HC Deb 09 July 1832 vol 14 c187

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUME, the Amount of the Annuity Tax raised in Edinburgh during the last twelve years; and also, the Amount received for Seat Rents in each of the Established Churches in Edinburgh for the last twelve years.

Petitions presented. By Mr. PIGOTT, from Hockering, in favour of the Labourers in Agriculture Bill.—By Mr. ANDERSON PELHAM, from the North Eastern Unitarian Association;—by Mr. JOHN BROWNE, from two Places in Ireland; by Mr. HEYWOOD, from Lancaster and Chester; by Mr. O'CONNELL, from the Deptford and Greenwich Political Union; and from St. Michael's and St. John's, Dublin,—in favour of the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland).—By the Earl of MEXBOROUGH, from Leeds, against that Plan.—By Mr. HEYWOOD, from Hulme;—By Captain BERKELEY, from Gloucester;—by Mr HUME, from St. Andrew's, Holborn, and other Parishes in the Metropolis; and by Mr. Alderman WOOD, from St. Giles Without, Cripplegate,—against the Vagrants (Scotland and Ireland) Removal Bill.—By Mr. GRANBY CALCRAFT, from the Protestant Dissenters of Wareham, complaining of being excluded from the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge on account of their Religious Opinions.—By Mr. MORE O'FERRALL, from Dublin, for a New Valuation of Houses in that City.—By Mr. SADLER, from Lancaster, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill.—By Sir ROBERT FERGUSON, from Londonderry, for Abolishing the Punishment of Death in Cases of Forgery.—By Mr. MORE O'FERRALL, from five Places in Ireland;—by Mr. HUME, from seven Places in Ireland;—by Mr. O'CONNELL, from Waterford; and by Lord KILLEEN, from four Parishes in Ireland,—for the Abolition of Tithes.—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from the Deptford and Greenwich Political Union; and from the North Western Metropolitan Union,—for an equal and efficient Reform to Ireland.—By Mr. HUME, from the Company of Merchants, Edinburgh, against the Manner of collecting the Six per Cent Edinburgh Annuity; from the Bethnal Green Political Union, against the Taxes on Knowledge; from the Northwestern Metropolitan Union, for the Repeal of the Special Constables Act; from the National Political Union, against Flogging in the Army; and from several Individuals, complaining of Imprisonment for selling Unstamped Publications, and praying for Relief.—By Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, from Sir John Maxwell and others, for a speedy inquiry into the Standard of Value.