HC Deb 29 July 1831 vol 5 c519

Bills brought in. By Mr. SPRING RICE, for raising 13,616,400l. by Exchequer Bills for 1831. By Mr. HOBHOUSE, for the better regulation of Vestries.

Petitions presented. Against the use of Molasses in Distilleries and Breweries, from Corn Growers of Bungay, Halesworth, and Harleston; of Tenants and Occupiers of Land in Haddington, of Members of the Norfolk Agricultural Society, of Members of the West Lothian Agricultural Society, of Owners and Occupiers of Land in Soham, of Corn Factors of Mark Lane, Merchants, Factors, and Growers of Corn (Dundee); from Corn Growers of Framlington, of Scotch Distillers, and several others. By Colonel EVANS, from the Inhabitants of Rochdale, against the Highways Bill. By Sir MICHAEL SHAW STEWART, from the Merchants and Ship Owners of Plymouth, and from the Chamber of Commerce, Greenock, against the Duties on Marine Insurances. By an HON. MEMBER, from Residents of Strabane, against Reform in Parliament.