HC Deb 01 August 1833 vol 20 c256

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. LITTLETON, the several Bills of Costs furnished to the Crown in all Cases, since 5th July, 1831, by the Crown Solicitors in Ireland, with an Account of all Monies paid on Account of them.—On the Motion of Mr. FINN, an Account of 1st. The Balance arising from the Remittance of Public Money to and from the Irish and British Exchequers, from 1793 to 1833: 2nd. Also, the Debts of Great Britain and Ireland, in 1792, 1801, and 1816: 3rd. The total present Expenditure of Ireland, including Debt, Army, Pensions, Civil List, Miscellaneous Estimates, and all Disbursements payable out of the Imperial Revenue: 4th. The Revenue of Ireland, and of Great Britain, in the years ending 5th January, 1801, and 5th January, 1817: 5th. The Exports and Imports of Great Britain and Ireland, in Official Value, in the years ended 5th January, 1793, 5th January, 1801, and 5th January, 1817: 6th The Consumption of Wine, Spirits (Foreign and Home-made), Sugar, Coffee, Tobacco, Tea, and Malt, in Great Britain and Ireland, in the years ending 5th January, 1801, and 5th January 1817: 7th. The Tonnage of the Irish Ports in the last year.—On the Motion of Mr. HUME, the Number of Africans Liberated and Landed at Sierra Leone, since the Abolition of the Slave Trade: also Copies of the several Minutes of Council made at the Presidency at Madras by Sir Thomas Munro, Mr. Lushington, &c. on the subject of Extending the Trial by Jury to Natives in Criminal Cases.—On the Motion of Mr. O'DWYER, the Names of all Captains and Commanders of the Royal Navy appointed to Ships, or to any Situations under the Admiralty, from July 1st, 1830, to July 1st, 1833, and of all Midshipmen now serving in his Majesty's Ships of War who had passed their Examinations for Lieutenants before 1823: also the Names and Rank of the several Officers Employed in the Packet Establishment at Falmouth, showing the Seniority and Services of each Officer together with the Pay and other Emoluments: of the Amount of the Freights of Specie carried by each Packet, between 1st January, 1832, and 1st January, 1833, showing the Sum received by each Commander of a Packet: of the Number of Passengers, &c., conveyed by each Packet, between 1st January, 1832, and 1st January, 1833.—On the Motion of Mr. Alderman THOMPSON, the Amount of Duty received from Sea Policies of Insurance, from January, 1832, to January, 1853: also the total Cost, Charges, and Expenses of the Coast Guard: of the Names of the Captains and Commanders Employed in the Preventive, or Coast Guard Service, on 1st July, 1833; and of all Captures and their Value, made by the Coast Guard Service since its Establishment.

Petitions presented. By Mr. HUME, from the Carse of Gowrie, for a Revision of the system of Taxation, and the Repeal of the Corn Laws.; from Arbroath, against the Bankrupts (Scotland) Bill; from Brechin, for a National System of Education; from the Glasgow Political Union, for the Repeal of the Act of Charles 2nd, which Restored to the Bishops their Seats in the Upper House; from Brockdish, for the Abolition of Tithes; from a Number of the Labouring Classes, for an Amendment of the Poor Laws,—By Lord ASHLEY, and Mr. TODD, from several Places,—for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Lord ASHLEY, from Cupar, in favour of the Factories' Regulation Bill; and from two Places in Dorsetshire, for the Amendment of the Sale of Beer Act.