HC Deb 28 March 1832 vol 11 c1012

Bills committed. Sentence of Death Regulation; Marine Mutiny. Read a second time; Consolidated Fund (3,000,000l.)

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUNT, of the Number of Persons in each County of England and Wales Sentenced by the Magistrates at Quarter Sessions to be Flogged; also, the Number of persons Flogged Privately in each separate Gaol in England and Wales by the Order of the Visiting Magistrates; stating the Names and Ages of the Persons Flogged, and the Offences for which they Suffered for the last three years ending 31st December, 1831.

Petitions presented. By Colonel PERCEVAL, from the Protestants of Skrene, Sligo, against the Ministerial Scheme of Education for the People of Ireland; from the Physicians and Surgeons of Ballina, complaining of the Laws Restricting the Admission of Medical Men to County Hospitals; and from the Officers of the Sligo Gaol, to introduce a Clause into the Irish Jury Bill to make Provision for Officers of Prisons:—By Mr. SADLER, from Newark-UponTrent, in favour of the Factories Bill:—By Lord MORPETH, from the Parish of Roscorn, Galway, for Equalizing Civil Rights in Galway:—By Mr. GISBORNE, from the Operatives employed at Cotton Mills at Newton Cheshire, against the Factories Regulation Bill.