HC Deb 06 October 1831 vol 8 c132

New Writs ordered. On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, for Drogheda, in the room of JOHN HENRY NORTH, Esq., deceased.

Bills brought in. By Mr. ELLICE, to Repeal an Act, 52nd George 3rd, and to provide for the more Speedy Auditing Military Accounts in Ireland. Read a second time; Consolidated Fund (1,800,000l.)

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. POULETT THOMSON, for an Account of all British and Foreign Manufactured Silks exported during the year 1828:—On the Motion of Mr. WILKES, for an Account of all the Friendly Societies existing in Great Britain and Ireland.

Petitions presented. By Lord INGESTRIE, from Farmers and Occupiers of Land, Roxburgh, against the use of Molasses in Breweries and Distilleries:—By Mr. ESTCOURT, from Magistrates, Clergy, and Inhabitants of Lechdale, Fairford, and adjoining Villages, against the Sale of Beer on the premises of Licensed Beer Houses:—By Mr. HUNT, from John Russell, of Wigmore Street, complaining of the conduct of Mr. Hoskins, one of the Marylebone Magistrates.