HC Deb 19 November 1830 vol 1 c583

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUME, the total amount of Fees received by the chief, under, and other Secretaries in the Rolls Court, during the last three years; also for Returns of the number of Orders made, and the Rents and Profits of the Rolls Estates, within the same period; and for various other Returns connected with the Court:—On the Motion of Mr. RUTHVEY, the Fees and Emoluments of the Officers of the Prerogative Court in Dublin, in the years 1827, 1828, and 1829; also for a Return of the Fees received by Vicars-general in the different Dioceses of Ireland during the last three years.

Petitions presented. For the abolition of Negro Slavery, by Mr. HYDE VILLIERS, from Wootten-Basset:—By Lord J. FITZROY, twelve from different bodies of Dissenters:— By Sir J. ASTLEY, from Warminster:—By Sir G. NOEL, twenty-eight from different parts of Wales: —By Sir R. FERGUSON, from Nottingham: — By Mr. LITTLETON, from Congleton:—By Sir F. BLAKE, from Berwick-upon-Tweed:—By Mr. WARD, from Hackney:—By Mr. C. DUNDAS, two from Richmond, Yorkshire:—By Mr. JEPHSON, from the County of Cork:—By Sir R. BATE-SON, from Belfast: —By Mr. BRISCOE, from Kingston-upon-Thames, Thames Ditton, and Staines:—By Mr. RUMBOLD, from Great Yarmouth:—By Mr. PENDARVIS, from two places in Cornwall:—-By Sir W. INGILBY, from Dissenters of Barton-upon-Humber. For a repeal of the Corn-laws, by Mr. NORMAN, from persons engaged in the Merthyr-Tydvil Iron Works. By Mr. WEIGHTSON, from Hull, for a repeal of the Duty on Sea-borne Coals. Against the Subletting Act, by Mr. JEPHSON, from Whitchurch and Gamcloyne. By Mr. O'CONNELL., from the same place, for a Reform of Parliament. For equality in the Elective Frauchise, by Lord BELGRAVE, from Roman Catholic Inhabitants of Galway.