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14 April 1842 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.added
24 July 1849 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
01 August 1849 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
25 June 1852 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
05 August 1853 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
19 July 1854 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
18 July 1855 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
21 July 1856 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
29 April 1858 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
14 April 1859 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
02 August 1860 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
15 August 1860 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
03 May 1861 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
03 April 1862 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
20 March 1866 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
30 April 1866 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
16 August 1867 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
13 July 1869 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 March 1870 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 July 1870 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
20 February 1872 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
09 August 1875 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
18 February 1879 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 February 1880 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
01 July 1880 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
09 May 1882 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
20 November 1882 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
22 November 1882 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
27 November 1882 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
09 August 1884 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
18 March 1887 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to, such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
07 March 1888 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.modified
17 February 1891 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
03 March 1892 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
14 August 1896 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
04 March 1901 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
07 March 1901 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
02 April 1901 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
11 February 1902 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
13 February 1902 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
17 February 1902 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
02 May 1902 That every such Petition not containing matter in breach of the Privileges of this House, and which, according to the Rules or usual Practice of this House, can be received, be brought to the Table by the direction of The Speaker, who shall not allow any Debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such Petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk at the Table, if required.unchanged from previous
01 December 1902 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.modified
03 April 1906 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
09 April 1906 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
12 December 1906 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
16 April 1907 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 July 1909 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
05 May 1914 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 September 1915 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 January 1918 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
13 February 1918 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
19 February 1919 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
20 February 1919 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
21 June 1922 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
23 February 1926 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
30 March 1926 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
21 December 1927 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
24 July 1929 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this house, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this house, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of the speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
14 November 1933 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.modified
15 November 1934 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
15 July 1935 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
01 February 1938 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
09 March 1945 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
04 November 1947 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
17 December 1947 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk at the table, if required.unchanged from previous
28 July 1948 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk if required.modified
29 July 1948 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk if required.unchanged from previous
23 September 1948 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk if required.unchanged from previous
08 November 1948 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk if required.unchanged from previous
25 October 1950 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk if required.unchanged from previous
20 November 1950 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the clerk if required.unchanged from previous
06 December 1951 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.modified
04 November 1953 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
03 November 1954 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
06 November 1957 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
18 December 1957 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
08 February 1960 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
10 February 1960 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
30 May 1960 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
25 October 1960 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
02 November 1960 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
01 August 1963 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
27 October 1965 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
14 December 1966 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
24 October 1967 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
14 November 1967 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
06 December 1967 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
12 December 1967 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
14 December 1967 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
22 February 1968 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
24 October 1968 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
12 November 1968 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
19 December 1968 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
21 October 1969 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
23 November 1970 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
21 January 1971 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
08 March 1971 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
07 April 1971 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
16 July 1971 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
16 November 1971 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
24 November 1971 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
08 August 1972 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
18 December 1972 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
20 November 1973 Every such petition not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table by the direction of Mr. Speaker, who shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
04 April 1974 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.modified
09 April 1974 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
15 November 1974 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
14 January 1975 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
10 February 1975 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
03 November 1975 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
20 November 1975 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
02 December 1975 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
27 January 1976 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker, shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
24 February 1976 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.modified
23 July 1976 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
20 December 1976 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
02 February 1977 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
25 June 1979 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
26 June 1979 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
02 July 1979 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
26 July 1979 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
31 October 1979 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
17 January 1980 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
31 January 1980 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the Sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's Sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
30 October 1980 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.modified
16 June 1981 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
19 July 1982 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
21 December 1982 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 99 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the Government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
30 March 1983 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.modified
11 November 1983 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
25 November 1983 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
14 December 1983 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
27 March 1984 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
22 October 1984 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
23 May 1985 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
27 February 1986 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
25 March 1986 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 119 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, That this House do now adjourn, for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 2 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended, and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
12 November 1986 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 10 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), 'That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended', and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.modified
13 July 1988 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 10 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), 'That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended', and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
22 November 1988 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 10 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), 'That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended', and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
26 May 1989 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 10 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), 'That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended', and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
01 February 1990 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which, according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays be brought to the Table after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move, 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion, or after a Minister of the Crown shall have signified his intention to move, pursuant to Standing Order No. 10 (Sittings of the House (Suspended sittings)), 'That the proceedings of this day's sitting be suspended', and proceedings under this order shall not be interrupted at ten o'clock, and Mr. Speaker shall not allow any debate, or any Member to speak upon, or in relation to such petition ; but it may be read by the Clerk if required.unchanged from previous
21 February 1990 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-modified
19 October 1990 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
24 October 1990 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
25 October 1990 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
22 January 1991 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
26 June 1991 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
18 July 1991 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
14 November 1991 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
30 June 1992 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
04 November 1993 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
09 March 1994 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
11 July 1994 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
12 July 1994 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House, can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
24 November 1994 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-modified
23 February 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
20 April 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
17 July 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
02 November 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
06 November 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
07 November 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
19 December 1995 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
11 March 1996 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
17 December 1996 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
19 March 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 132 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
20 March 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-modified
08 July 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
15 July 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
18 July 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
25 July 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
28 October 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
10 November 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
17 December 1997 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
04 June 1998 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
17 November 1998 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
25 October 1999 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
11 April 2000 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
15 January 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
17 January 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
23 January 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
22 March 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
29 March 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
02 May 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
05 July 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
15 November 2001 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
08 January 2002 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
14 May 2002 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
22 July 2002 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
29 October 2002 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
09 January 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
23 January 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
27 January 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
12 May 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
26 June 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
11 September 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
15 October 2003 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
29 January 2004 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
12 May 2004 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
07 June 2004 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
26 October 2004 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
02 December 2004 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
26 January 2005 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
13 July 2005 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
10 October 2005 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
27 June 2006 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
01 November 2006 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
28 March 2007 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
04 July 2007 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
25 July 2007 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be brought to the Table-unchanged from previous
25 October 2007 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.modified
11 March 2008 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
17 July 2008 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
28 October 2008 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
12 November 2008 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
25 November 2008 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
18 December 2008 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
22 January 2009 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
09 February 2009 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
03 March 2009 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
30 April 2009 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
20 May 2009 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
25 June 2009 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
13 January 2010 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
22 February 2010 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
04 March 2010 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
07 June 2010 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
15 June 2010 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
02 December 2010 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
07 July 2011 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
30 November 2011 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
14 December 2011 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
19 January 2012 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
12 March 2012 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
11 July 2012 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
16 July 2012 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
18 September 2012 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
20 March 2013 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
23 April 2013 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
17 June 2013 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
02 December 2013 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
19 December 2013 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
08 May 2014 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
24 February 2015 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
10 March 2015 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
17 March 2015 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous
26 March 2015 Every petition presented under Standing Order No. 153 (Presentation of petitions) not containing matter in breach of the privileges of this House, and which according to the rules or usual practice of this House can be received, shall be presented after a member of the government shall have signified his intention to move 'That this House do now adjourn', for the purpose of bringing the sitting to a conclusion.unchanged from previous