HC Deb 28 May 1830 vol 24 c1191

Petitions presented. Against the assimilation of Stamp Duties (Ireland), by Mr. BATTIE, from Thurles:—By Mr. TALBOT, from Freeholders of the County of Dublin. For a Reform in Parliament, by Mr. HOB-HOUSE., from Calne, Lancashire:—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from Nairne. For Relief under Distress, by Mr. Wm. SMITH, from Norwich. For an alteration of the Duty on Foreign Flour, by Mr. BRAMSTON, from Millers in the neighbourhood of Colehester:—By the Earl of DARLINGTON, from the Millers of Stockton-upon-Tees:—By Mr. BRIGHT, from Millers near Bristol. Against Slavery, by Mr. BRAMSTON, from the Inhabitants of Chelmsford:—Against the Vestry Acts (Ireland', by Mr. HUTCHINSON, from Cloneen, Tipperary. Against the Roman Catholic Charities Bill, by Mr. G. MOORE, from Sir H. Lees. Against the Pauper Removal Bill, by Mr. PALLMER, from the Overseers of St. Giles's, Cambenvell. For the repeal of the Duties on Malt, and Sea-borne Coals, and against imposing a further Duty on Spirits, by Mr. E. WODE-HOUSE, from the Fanners and others attending Hailesworth and Beccles Markets.