HC Deb 27 August 1831 vol 6 c696

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. MAXWELL, the report made by Major Bushe to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, respecting the conduct of the Yeomanry at Newtownbarry.

Petitions presented. By Mr. W. A. WILLIAMS, from the Inhabitants of Newport (Monmouth), praying to vote for contributory Boroughs at the place of residence of the Voters. By Mr. PRINGLE, from the Farmers frequenting Jedburgh Market; and from Landholders of the county of Kincardine, against the use of Molasses in Distilleries and Breweries; and from the Burgh of Selkirk, against the proposed union of that place with Lanark and Falkirk, under the Scotch Reform Bill. By Mr. ESTCOURT, from the non-resident Freemen of Worcester, complaining, that the Reform Bill would disfranchise them altogether, and praying to retain their privileges. By Mr. BLACKNEY, from the Inhabitants of Paulstown for disarming the Yeomanry of Ireland.