HC Deb 25 July 1831 vol 5 c262

Bills brought in. By Mr. GRATTAN, for the Improvement of the Administration of Justice (Ireland). Road a second time; the Lord Lieutenants' (Ireland); Embankments (Ireland).

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. RUTHVEN, the quantity of Malt made and charged, with Duty in the half-years ending 5th April, 1830, and 10th October 1850:—On the Motion of Mr. MULLINS, of the amount of Vestry Assessments and Easter Offerings, in every Parish in Ireland, during Easter Week in the present year:—On the Motion of Mr. G. DAWSON, of the names of the Masters in Chancery retired upon Superannuation, allowances since November 1830, and the names of those appointed since that time.

Petitions presented. By Mr. HUNT, from the Working Classes of the Metropolis, for the Repeal of the Corn Laws; from the Labourers of Gedney (Lancaster), to Repeal all Taxes on the Necessaries of Life; from the National Union, Bethnal Green, for Universal Suffrage, Annual Parliaments, and Vote by Ballot. By Mr. LEADER, from the Inhabitants of Annan, to introduce Poor Laws into Ireland. By Mr. GRANBY CALCRAFT, from Wareham, to return one Member to Parliament. By Mr. GRATTAN, from Members of the Irish Bar, to reduce the Stamp Duties on Roman Catholics admitted to the freedom of Galway. By Mr. RUTHVEN, from the Corn and Malt Factors of Mark Lane, against the introduction of Molasses to Distilleries.

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