HC Deb 16 August 1831 vol 6 c83

New Writ ordered, for Armagh, in the room of Lord INGESTRIE, who had accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.

Bills. Read a first time; Church Building Acts Amendment.

Read a third time; Receivers of Taxes.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. CROKER, for returns of the population under the Census Act of 1821:—On the Motion of Mr. J. L. KNIGHT, for a Copy of the Letters Patent under which the Governor of the Isle of Wight holds his office:—On the Motion of Sir R. INGLIS, for an account of all Expenses paid for the Committees of the House of Commons since the year 1800; for an account of all expenses relative to the Bills for Disfranchising Aylesbury, Helleston, Barnstaple, Penryn, and Grampound; and for an account of the Expenses in building, repairing, and furnishing, the several Prisons in England and Wales, since the year 1800:—On the Motion of Mr. HUME, for a Return of Money paid out of the Consolidated Fund, for the encouragement of Public Works in Ireland, from the date of the last return up to the present time:—On the Motion of Mr. BALDWIN, for a Return of all the 40s. freeholders of the County and City of Dublin, with all the particulars relating to their property, and date of the instruments granting them the privilege of voting.

Petitions presented. By Mr. HUNT, from the Inhabitants of Bath, for a reduction of Taxation. By Mr. SHEIL from the Catholic Inhabitants of Newtownsmith, for the reduction of Stamp-duties on the admission of Galway Freemen to the Elective Franchise; and from the Catholic Inhabitants of Ahabologue, Duleek, Kilgarf, and other places, against any further Grants to the Kildare Street Society. By Mr. EWART, from the Chairman of Merchants at Liverpool, against the Sugar Refining Act. By Mr. TALBOT, from Inhabitant Householders of Swansea, in favour of a Clause in the Reform Bill, to have a separate Member for towns in Glamorganshire. By Mr. BALFOUR, from the Noblemen and Justices of the Peace of the county of Haddington, against the use of Molasses in Distilleries. By Mr. O'CONNELL, from the Catholic Inhabitants of the united parishes of Tramore and Carbally, Caher, Clogher, Newry, and Clonmel, against any further Grant to the Kildare Street Society; from the Inhabitants of Carrick-on-Suir, to disband the Yeomanry of Ireland. By Sir CHARLESWETHERELL, from Freemen of Sandwich, resident at Margate, to continue their privileges to vote for Sandwich; from the Inhabitants of Bristol, against the continuance of the Grant to Maynooth College. By Mr. LABOUCHERE, from Mr. Shillibeer, praying for a reduction of duty on Omnibuses.