HC Deb 13 July 1832 vol 14 c354

Bills. Read a second time:—Land Tax Commissioners.—Read a third time:—Tithe Prescription; Linen Manufactures (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By Mr. KENNEDY, from Dalkeith, for speedily passing the Scotch and Irish Reform "Bills.—By Mr. LAMBERT, from New Ross;—by Mr. HUME, from Dudley;—by Mr. SHEIL, from Bradford (Wilts); and two Places in Ireland; and from the Glasgow North-West Political Union,—for an equal and efficient Reform to Ireland.—By Mr. SHEIL, from the National Political Union, and two Places in Ireland;—by Mr. LAMBERT, from the Political Union of Edermine;—by Lord MORPETH, from the Unitarians of Thorne and Stainforth, and from Dundalk,—in favour of the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland).—By Mr. RIGBY WASON, from the County of Suffolk, for holding the Assizes alternately at Bury St. Edmund's and at Ipswich.—By Mr. LAMBERT, from three Places in Ireland;—by Mr. SHEIL, from Lorha, Durrow, and Louth; and by Mr. HUME, from Myross,—against Tithes.—By Mr. LAMBERT, from Lutterworth, against the Punishment of Death.—By Lord GEORGE BENTINCK, from King's Lynn;—by Lord MORPETH, from Bradford (York);—by Mr. HUME, from St. John's, Hackney by Earl GROSVENOR, from Stockport,—against the Vagrants (Scotland and Ireland) Removal Bill.—By Mr. HUME, from forty-six Places; and by Mr. SHEIL, from Louth, for Stopping the Supplies.—By Sir THOMAS BARING, from Winchester, for the better Observance of the Sabbath Day—By Lord ASHLEY, from Dorset, against the Coroners' Bill,—By Mr. HUME, from the Coach Manufacturers of Glasgow, against the Steam Carriages Bill; from Marylebone, St. Pancras, and Paddington, for Extending the Time for Registering Voters under the Reform Bill; and from Birmingham, against the Newspaper Stamp and Paper Duties.