HC Deb 30 March 1832 vol 11 c1094

Bills brought in. By Sir JOHN HOBHOUSE, the Mutiny Bill:—By Colonel CONOLLY, to Regulate the Baking Trade in Ireland:—By Sir EDWARD SUGDEN, to Amend the Provisions of the Statute of Frauds, and to Amend the Laws respecting the Attestation of Deeds, Wills, and other Instruments.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Lord DUNCANNON, of Papers relating to proposed Improvements of Crown Lands in Ireland:—On the Motion of Sir WILLIAM RAE, of the Minutes of the Proceedings of the Committee of the Court of Exchequer (Scotland) Bill:—On the Motion of Mr. BURGE, of all Manumissions granted in Jamaica, from 1st January, 1825, to 31st December, 1830, distinguishing the Number in each year, and those which were gratuitous, and those paid for, and similar Returns for the other West-India Islands:—On the Motion of Sir WILLIAM RAE, of the Number of Persons tried for Capital Crimes before the High Court and Circuit Court of Justiciary in Scotland, during each of the last five years, distinguishing those Convicted, and those Acquitted.

Petitions presented. By Mr. O'FARRELL, from the Inhabitants of the County of Dublin, for an Investigation into the Turnpike Trusts in that County; from the Governors of Naas and Athy Gaols, for Introducing a Clause into the Irish Jury Bill, Empowering Juries to make Provision for Officers of Prisons; and from the Inhabitants of Monasterevan, for Commuting the Punishment of Death for Offences against Property:—By Mr. SPRING RICE, from the Resident Freeholders and Freemen of Carrickfergus, Complaining of the Constitution of the Corporation of that Town:—By Lord EBRINGTON, from the Manufacturers of Lace in the West of England, against the Factories Regulation Bill:—By Mr. RUTHVEN, from the Inhabitants of Carbery, complaining of the Conduct of the Police, from the Parishioners of Kiltoo, in favour of the Irish Reform Bill, from the Guilds of Tailors and Bakers, Galway, for the Repeal of the Stamp Duties on the Admission of Freemen to Corporations; from the Inhabitants of Lanesborough, the Reform Society, and other Inhabitants of Belfast, the Inhabitants of Ballymore, Eustace, Ballyboght, Tipperkeven, Newport Pratt and Tieranan, for the Abolition of Tithes.