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Licensed Premises (Exclusion Of Children)

Volume 183: debated on Thursday 30 January 1908

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Petitions for legislation; From Accrington; Allerton; Amble; Ashington and Hirst; Aspatria; Barnsbury; Barry Dock; Basingstoke; Bath; Benwell; Bewcastle; Blundellsands; Blyth; Bow and Bromley; Brampton; Bristol (two); Broadstone; Burnley; Burton Lazars; Bury; Cadoxton; Camberwell; Cambridge and other places; Cheltenham; Coalville (two); Corbridge on Tyne; Crosby; Croydon; Darlington; Dunstable; East Islington (two); Ely; Gosforth; Harpurhey; Harrogate; Hassocks Hayton; Heanor; Highgate; Hulme; Ipswich; Islington (two); King's Norton and Northfield; Kingston-on Thames; Langley Mill; Leeds (two); Little-hampton; London (two); Long Clawson; Long Row; Melton Mowbray; Middle-ton; Mile End; Mundesley-on-Sea; Nelson; Newcastle upon-Tyne (three); Newton and Beadlan; Norwood; North London; Nottingham (two); Nunhead; Oldham; Oxford; Peckharn and Nunhead; Penarth (two); Peterborough; Poole; Purley; Purton; Reading; Richmond (seven); Rotherham; Ruddington; Saffron Walden; Salford; Sawston; Scarborough; Seaton Delaval; Selby; Sheringham; Sittingbourne; South London; Southport; Stalybridge (four); Starbeck; Stepney; Stocksfield; Swannington; Tunbridge Wells; Waterhead and Denton; Waverley Park; West Bridgford; West Hartlepool; Whitby: Willington Quay; and, Wootton Bassett: to lie upon the Table.