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House Of Commons

Volume 50: debated on Wednesday 14 August 1839

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Wednesday, August 14, 1839.

MINUTES.] Bills. Read a first time:—King's Inn, Dublin; Attorneys and Solicitors (Ireland).—Read a third time:—Patents for Inventions.

Petitions presented. By Mr. O'Connell, from Waterford, and National Trades' Union (Ireland), against the Bank Of Ireland Bill; and from Linen Manufacturers of Belfast, and Carrickfergus, for the Amendment of the Law relative to the Linen Manufacture (Ireland),—By Sir Thomas Freemantle, from Edinburgh, for the Extension of the Church Establishment; and from the Nottingham Board of Guardians, against the Poor-law Commission Continuance Bill.—By the Chancellor of the Exchequer, from Bosmere, Claydon, Ramsgate, and Yeovil, against the Sale of Beer Bill.