HC Deb 24 June 1831 vol 4 c320

Bills brought in. By Mr. PORTMAN, to Consolidate and Amend the Laws relating to Highways in England and Wales. By Mr. EVANS, to prevent the application of Corporate Property to the purpose of electing Members. By Mr. FRANKLAND LEWIS, for regulating the Sale of Coals in London, and places adjacent. By Lord NUGENT, to abolish certain Oaths and Affirmations in Customs and Excise Departments. By Mr. S. RICE, to enable the King to make Leases, &c. of Lands in Cornwall. By Mr. R. GORDON, for regulating the Care and Treatment of Insane Persons in England.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. BURGE, Copies of the Laws passed by the Colonial Legislatures, for the relief of Catholics, Jews, and Free Persons of Colour; the Amount of the Civil, Ecclesiastical, and Military Establishments of Jamaica, the expenses of which are defrayed by the Island; and of the Ways and Means of raising Revenues for the last ten years, for such purpose; and similar Returns from the other West-India Islands; also, for Returns made by British Consuls, respecting the South American Trade, from October, 1823, to the latest date: — On the Motion of Mr. Alderman THOMPSON, the Official value of Goods Warehoused in London, from 1825 to 1830, inclusive; and account of Goods actually in Bonded Warehouse on the 5th January, 1831:—On the Motion of Mr. HUME, of the General Disbursements of Military Asylums at Chelsea, Isle of Wight, and Southampton, distinguishing each, for 1828,1829, and 1830; and for Accounts of Salaries and Allowances exceeding 750l. a year; and for the average charge for each Child:—On the Motion of Mr. RUTHVEN, all Informations filed in the Irish Court of Exchequer, for the recovery of Penalties under the Excise Laws, specifying the Offence, Proceedings, and Costs.

Petitions presented. By Mr. O'CONNELL, against further Grants to the Kildare Street Society, from Tralee; and in favour of Reform, from Maglass, Ballamore, and other places:—By Mr. H. BULLER, from Cawston for Reform. By Mr. WYSE, from Inhabitants of Kilfien, for aid to Emi-grate, and from the said persons, against further Grants to the Kildare Street Society. By Mr. J. WILLIAMS, from Free-holders and Inhabitants of the County of Carmarthen, for additional Representatives. By Mr. HUME from the Working Classes of Aberdeen and Nairn, in favour of Re-form. By Mr. HUNT, from Inhabitants of Bolton-le-Moors, in favour of Election by Ballot; and from Stockport, for Repeal of the Corn Laws. By Mr. PORTMAN, from Broadway (Dorset), for a summary and less expensive mode for the recovery of Small Debts; from the Inhabitants of Gillingham, for the Abolition of Slavery; and from the Managers of the Blandford Savings' Bank, for alteration of the Act 9th Geo. 4th, c. 92, respecting the Amount allowed to be invested.