HC Deb 31 March 1832 vol 11 cc1156-7

Bills. Read a second time; Mutiny. Read a third time; Sentence of Death Regulation.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Sir JOHN HOBHOUSE, from the Parish Officers of St. James's, Westminster, of the Number of Rate-payers qualified to Vote for the Adoption or Rejection of the 2 William 4th, the Number of Votes tendered, and the Number rejected.

Petitions presented. By Sir GEORGE ROBINSON, from the Inhabitants of Northampton, for extending the Time for Retailers of Beer to keep their Houses open, and for placing them on the same footing as Licensed Victuallers:—By Mr. MORE O'FARRELL, from the Inhabitants of Kill, Lyons, Bodenstown, Cloncurry, Athy, Monasterevan, Kildangan, Nurney, Lacca, Lea, and Harristown, for the Abolition of Tithes:—By Mr. HUME, from the Northern Political Union, praying the House not to renew the Mutiny Bill until after the Reform Bill was passed:—By the Earl of BELFAST, from Belfast, that all Vessels Sailing with Passengers be required to carry a Surgeon:— By Mr. EWART, from the Catholic Merchants and Traders of Galway, for Equalizing Civil Rights in that Place:—By an HON. MEMBER, from Operatives of Hyde, against the Factories Regulation Bill.