§ Bill brought in. By Mr. SPRING RICE, for granting certain Duties in Sugar to his Majesty for a limited time for the Service of the year 1832.
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HODGES, of the total Amount of Money levied for the Poor and County Rates, for the year ending the 25th of March, 1832, and how the same was applied, with a Statement from the Respective Overseers, whether Select Vestries prevailed, or Assistant Overseers were employed in their respective Parishes; also of the Number of Persons Employed on, and the Expenses of maintaining the Parochial Roads during the same period, and the Number of Persons Employed in other Labour by their Respective Parishes:—On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, of the Number of Persons committed for Trial for Criminal Offences in England and Wales during the last twenty-one years, to be divided into three distinct periods of seven years each, with the Number of Convictions and Sentences Arc; and the same Returns for London and Middlesex, exclusively.
§ Petitions presented. By Lord STANLEY, from the Inhabitants of Hawkshead, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill:—By Mr. LAMBERT, from the Inhabitants of the United Parishes of Rosscarberry, and Kilkeranmere, Kiltenell, Clonegoose, Ardrahan, Abbert, Newcastle, Ratoath, and Kellaban; and by Mr. WISE, from the Inhabitants of Clogher, Carrick-on-Suir, Kilcash, and Templetney, against the Tithe System in Ireland; from the Freemen and Freeholders of Galway, generally; the Guild of Weavers and Sawyers; the Roman Catholic Merchants and Freemen; the Protestant Freemen, and of Members of the Irish Bar connected with that place; and by Mr. CRAMPTON, from the Catholic Freemen, praying for a reduction of Stamp Duties on the Admission of Freemen, and for the preservation of the peculiar Franchise of that place:—By Lord STANLEY, from the Freeholders and Inhabitants of Charlton Row, against the General Registry Bill.