HC Deb 22 April 1833 vol 17 cc380-1

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. EMERSON TENNANT, an Account of all Monies deposited with Sheriffs, or other Returning Officers throughout Ireland, during the late general Election, and the manner in which that Money was disposed of.

New Writs issued. On the Motion of Mr. CHARLES WOOD, for Worcestershire (West), in the room of the Hon. THOMAS FOLEY, (now Lord FOLEY); and for the Inverness Burghs, in the room of JOHN BAILLIE, Esq., deceased.

Petitions presented. By the Marquess of CHANDOS, Lord W. LENNOX, Sir JOHN TYRELL, Mr. W. BANKES, Mr. DUGDALE, Mr. W. EVANS, Mr. C. MARJORIBANKS, and Mr. LOCKE, from a Number of Places,—for a Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. WATSON, from Cranbrook, against Legislative Enactments for the Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. ROEBUCK, from London and Westminster, for Facilitating the giving of Instructive and Scientific Lectures on Sundays.—By Lord DUDLEY STUART, Sir FRANCIS BLAKE, Sir JOHN TYRELL, Sir G. PHILLIPS, Mr. GORE, Mr. SLANEY, Mr. R. WILLIAMS, Mr. BRODIE, Mr. N, CALVERT, Mr. PETER, Mr. COLLIER, Mr. C. BERKELEY, Mr. POULTER, Mr. A. WILLIAMS, Mr. GASKELL, Mr. M. A. TAYLOR, Mr. W. EVANS, Mr. DUGDALE, Mr. W. F. HANDLEY, Mr. WATSON, Mr. WINDHAM, Mr. H. HANDLEY, Mr. HALL, Mr. R. SHAWE, Mr. STRICKLAND, Mr. C. MAR-JORIBANKS, Mr. BRIGSTOCK, Mr. WATKINS, Mr. Turner, Mr. LOCKE, Mr. ROBERT WILLIAMS, and Major HAND-LEY, from a Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By Mr. W. BANKES, and Mr. H. HANDLEY,—for Removing the Civil Disabilities of the Dissenters.—By Mr. DIVETT, from Exeter; by Mr. W. EVANS, from Leicester; and by Mr. WATKINS, from Brecknock, for correcting Corporation Abuses.—By Mr. WATSON, from Canterbury; Mr. WINDHAM, from Norwich: Mr. TENNYSON, from Camberwell; Sir SAMUEL WHALLKY, from Marylebone; and by Mr. BRODIE, Mr. Serjeant SPANKIE, and Sir JOHN TYRELL, from several Places,—against the Assessed Taxes.—By Mr. WINDHAM, from the Hundred of Diss; and Sir JOHN TYRELL, from Tendring,—against the Duty on Taxed Carts.—By the Earl of KERRY, Mr. DUGDALE, Mr. W. BANKES, the Marquess of CHANDOS, Mr. PEL-HAM, Mr. FYSCHE PALMER, and Sir E. KERRISON, from many Places,—for Alterations in the Sale of Beer Act.—By Sir JOHN TYRELL, from the Innkeepers of the County of Essex, complaining of the Inequality of Taxation.—By Mr. SLANEY, and Mr. NEWTON FELLOWES, from two Places,—against Tithes By Mr. STRICKLAND, from Hebden Bridge, in favour of the Factories' Regulation Bill.—By Colonel LEITH HAY, and Mr. M'LEOD, from Kintore and Nairn,—for an Alteration in the Royal Burgh (Scotland) Bill By Mr. D. GASKELL, and Sir R. SIMEON, from Wakefield and the Isle of Wight,—for Relief from Taxation By Mr. W. ROCHE, from Separatists of Limerick, and Ennis, to substitute a Solemn Affirmation for an Oath.—By Mr. H. HANDLEY, from Peterborough, against Altering the Winchester to the Imperial Measure.