HC Deb 26 April 1833 vol 17 c678

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. TOOKE, an Account of the Sittings held, and Fees received, and Business done by the Court of Review, and the other Courts of Bankruptcy, since their Establishment.—On the Motion of Mr. O'DWYER, an Account of the Fees received, and Duty performed, by the Officers of the Privy Council in Ireland.—On the Motion of Mr. Alderman THOMPSON, an Account of the Number of British and Foreign Vessels which cleared at the Custom House, London, for Ports in Holland, from the 1st of January, 1832, to the 6th November, 1832; and the same, from the 6th of November, 1832, to the 25th April, 1833.

Petitions presented. By Mr. GEORGE EVANS, from Dublin, for a Repeal of the Probate Duty.—By Mr. H. CURTEIS, Major BEAUCLERK, Mr. PIGOTT, Sir JOHN KEY, and Mr. LENNARD, from several Places,—against the Assessed Taxes.—By Mr. H. CURTEIS, and Mr. N. FITZSIMON, from several Places,—gainst Tithes.—By Major BEAUCLERK, from the Barony of CASTLEREAGH, for an Amendment of the Grand Jury Laws—By Sir H. PARNELL, from Forfarshire, for a Modification or Repeal of the Duties on Rum, Sugar, Coffee, and Cocoa, imported from Brazil; from the same Place, against a Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter: also for the Reduction of the Duty on Fire Insurances, and on Marine Insurances.—By Mr. TYRELL, Colonel GRANT, Mr. H. HANDLSY, Mr. RYDER, Mr. PLUMPTRE, and Sir E. KNATCHBULL, from several Places,—against the Malt Duty—By Sir E. KNATCHBULL, from Aylesford, for a Law to enforce the Better Observance of the Sabbath; and from the Clergy of Canterbury, against the Irish Church Reform Bill.—By Mr. G. F. YOUNG, Mr. HARDY, Lord MOLYNEUX, the SOLICITOR-GENERAL, Sir R. PRICE, Sir G. STAUNTON, Mr. CAVENDISH, Mr. PEASE, Mr. BENETT, Mr. W. WHITMORE, Mr. STEUART, Mr. KENNEDY, Mr. E. BARNARD, Sir RALPH LOPES, Mr. HERBERT CURTEIS, Mr. THICKNESSE, MR. LANGDALI;, Mr. DIVETT, Mr. HOSKINS, Mr. TYRELL, Sir GEORGE GREY, Mr. MILDMAY, Mr. MARSLAND, Mr. HODGSON, Mr. E. B. CLIVE, Mr. TENNYSON, Lord MORPETH, Mr. WELBY, Mr. R. OSWALD, Mr. BRODIE, Mr. BLAMIRK, Mr. R. WALKER, Sir GRAY SKIP-WITH, Mr. H. HANDLEY, Mr. PLUMPTRE, Sir W. CHAYTOR, Lord Viscount LUMLEY, Mr. RIDER, Sir H. VERNEY, Mr. WALTER, Mr. J. PARKER, Mr. METHURN, Mr. J. G. HEATHCOTE, Mr. DASHWOOD, Mr. WILKS, Lord JOHN RUSSELL, and Mr. FEMTON, from a Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By Mr. LENNARD, from Dissenters of Bocking, and another Place,—for a Charter to the London University.—By Mr. TENNYSON, from certain Retail Butchers of London, against Legislative Enactments relative to the Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Sir G. STAUNTON, and several HON. MEMBERS, from many Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. HODGSON, and Mr. PLUMPTRE, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and St. Andrews, for a Repeal of the Duty on Stamped Receipts. By Colonel VERNER, from Carrickfergus, against the Church Temporalities (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. WALTER, from the Licensed Victuallers of Henley-upon-Thames, complaining of the Inequality of Taxation as regarding Innkeepers.—By Mr. R. WALKER, from Bury, Lancaster, for Removing the Civil Disabilities affecting the Jews.—By Mr. OSWALD, from Beith and Pittenween, for Amending the Law of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Messrs. DUNLOP, and OSWALD, from the Hand-loom Weavers of several Places, for a Board of Trade, and for Relief.—By Mr. HODGSON, Mr. O'DWYER, Mr. FORT, Mr. WILKS, and Mr. WALTER, from Clithoroe, Cashel, and other Places,—for Amending the Laws relative to Corporations,—By Lord MORPETH, Mr. BROTHEBTON, Mr. WILKS, and Mr. T. B. LENNARD, from Rochdale, and other Places,—for Relief to the Dissenters from the Civil Disabilities affecting them.—By Lord JOHN RUSSELL, and Mr. FITZSIMON, from Congregations of Separatists, Dublin and Clara,—for substituting in their Case a Solemn Affirmation instead of an Oath.