HC Deb 04 April 1833 vol 17 c116

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. LEFROY, a List of Barristers appointed by the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland under the Irish Reform Act, for the Registry of Persons entitled to vote.

Bill. Read a third time:—Seamen's Hospital.

Petitions presented. By Mr. BERNAL, from Rochester, complaining of the Administration of the Affairs of that Corporation.—By Colonel G. LANGTON, from Weston-upon-Mare, against the Irish Disturbances Suppression Bill; from Wellow and Yatton, against Tithes; and from Bath; and by Mr. BAILLIE, from Bristol, for Removing the Civil Disabilities of the Jews.—By Sir H. WILLOUGHBY, from Newcastle-under-Lyne; and by Mr. DAVENPORT, from Burslem,—for a Repeal of the Sale of Beer Act—By Sir HENRY WILLOUGHBY from a Congregation at Newcastle-under-Lyne; by Colonel GORE LANGTON, from Bath; Mr. DAVENPORT, from Burslem; Mr. PETRE, from York; and by Mr. TODD, from Honiton,—for Relief for the Dissenters from Civil Disabilities affecting them.—By the SOLICITOR GENERAL, from Banbury; by Lord MORPETH, from Hakmondwike; and by Mr. DAVENPORT, from Norton-in-the-Moots,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Lord MORPETH, Colonel GORE LANGTON, and Mr. DAVENPORT, from several Places,—against Slavery.—By Mr. Attwood, from Shipley, and Windhill, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill.