HC Deb 26 March 1832 vol 11 c871

Bill brought in. By Sir JAMES GRAHAM, the Marine Mutiny.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Sir HENRY PARNELL, of the Money Voted and Expended on the London and Holyhead Road, the Tolls charged thereon, and the Sums Expended for the Construction and Maintenance of Howth Harbour:—On the Motion of Mr. TREVOR, of the Exports and Imports of British Manufactures and Produce, of Colonial and Foreign Produce, and of the Exports and Imports of Ireland, for two years ending the 5th January, 1832.

Petitions presented. By Mr. FOLEY, from the Silk Throwsters of Blockley, and of the Inhabitants of Foleshill, complaining of the Distressed State of the Silk Trade, and praying for Relief:—By Mr. HEYWOOD, from the Silk Manufacturers and Trustees of Manchester, against any alteration in the Laws relating to the Silk Trade:—By Lord COLE, from the Presbyterian Congregation of Newry, against the proposed Plan of Education for Ireland:—By Mr. FITZROY, from the Inhabitants of Bury St. Edmond's, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill:—By Mr. HEYWOOD, from the Operatives employed in certain Cotton Mills at Hyde, Compstall, and Herneth, and from the Inhabitants of the Township of Crompton, against the Bill.