HC Deb 16 March 1830 vol 23 cc388-9
Sir F. Burdett

, in presenting a Petition from the Inhabitants of the Parish of Uley, in Gloucestershire, complaining of distress, and praying for a free trade in Corn, took the opportunity of stating, that he cordially concurred in the prayer of the petition, and hoped that the monopoly in Corn would speedily be done away. Also from the Inhabitants of Stroud, in Kent, complaining of the duty on Beer.

The Petitions to be printed.

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