HC Deb 27 June 1831 vol 4 c359

Bills brought in, and read a first time. By Mr. LITTLETON, for continuing the Turnpike Acts in Great Britain. By Mr. STANLEY, Patents-Grants (Ireland). By Sir G. CLERK, for amending the Turnpike Acts (Scot- land). By Lord ALTHORP, to reduce the Salary of the Master of the Mint; and to Repeal an Act prohibiting the Growth of Tobacco in Ireland. Read a second time, Waterloo Bridge New Street; Buckingham Garden Wall; Customs and Excise Oaths; Duchy of Cornwall Leases; Lunatics Bills Committee; Canada Revenue.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. ROBINSON, an Account of Gloves imported. On the Motion of Mr. CHOICER, the Population (according to the last Census) of Boroughs now sending Members to Parliament, and which it is proposed shall send Members by the Reform Bill.

Petitions presented. By Mr. HUNT, from Milborne Port, for Revision of the Tithe Laws; from the Borough of Leslie (Fife), against the East-India Monopoly, and Corn Laws; from Collumkill in Ireland, for the Repeal of the Union; from Llangammarch, and other places in Wales, for alteration in the Tithe Laws. By Lord KILLEEN, from the County of Meath, in favour of Reform; and from Borminy (Meath), for an increased number of Members. By Mr. MORE O'FARREL, from County of Louth, for General Drainage of Bogs.

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