HC Deb 03 September 1831 vol 6 c1063

Petitions presented. By Mr. SADLER, from the Inhabitants of Knottingley, for the introduction of Poor-laws into Ireland; and from the Operative Cotton Weavers of Leyland, for a protecting duty on the exportation of Cotton Yarn; by Mr. PRINGLE, from the farmers of Fraserburgh and Dause, and by Mr. WRANGHAM, from Owners and Occupiers of Land in and about Sudbury, against the use of Molasses in Distilleries and Breweries; by Mr. CUMING BRUCE, from the Freeholders, Heritorss, Commissioners of Supply, and others of the County of Elgin, praying that County may not be combined with Nairn, under the Scotch Reform Bill; from the Magistrates and Councillors of the Royal Burghs of Fortrose, and Rosemarchy, that the Proprietors of 10l. houses, may, in addition to the Magistrate and Council, elect a Delegate to represent them in that House; and from the Corporation of the Royal Burgh of Forres, that that Borough may preserve the right of tendering its Vote by Delegate as heretofore; by Mr. HENRY GRATTAN, from the Dissenters of Knockbreda, for the Repeal of the Irish Vestries Act.

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