HC Deb 07 August 1833 vol 20 c402

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Sir HENRY HARDINGE, a Copy of a Memorandum of September 10th. 1823, signed by the Duke of WELLINGTON, on the subject of the Deccan Prize Money.

Bills. Read a second time:—Disembodied Militia; Customs' Acts Repeal.—Read a third time:—Parish Vestries.—Committed:—Roman Catholic Marriages.

Petitions presented. By Colonel TORRENS, from Great and Little Bolton, for the Release of Robert Taylor, and Richard Carlile from Prison.—By Sir EDWARD CODRINGTON, from Gloucester, in favour of the Local Courts Bill.—By Mr. LYALL, from the Merchants and others connected with the Fort of London, in favour of the Scavage and Package Bill.—By Sir HYDE PARKER, from Gosford (Wilts), against the Tithes Commutation Bill; nom Long Wittenham, for the Amendment of the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. SINCLAIR, from Sutherland and Caithness, against the New System of Education (Ireland); and from Glasgow and Brechin, for Amending the Law of Patronage in Scotland.—By Sir HENRY PABNELL, from the Linen Weavers of several Places, for Better Wages; from Dundee, against the Bankrupts (Scotland) Bill.—By Colonel EVANS, from the Parish of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, for Amending the Parish Vestries Act—By Mr. CLAY, from several Metropolitan Parishes, for Poor Laws to Ireland; and by Sergeant PERBIN, from Moate and Tullamore, to the same effect—By Mr. CHARILES CAVENDISH, from Lindfield, to be placed under Episcopal Jurisdiction.—By Lord GEOROE LENNOX, Mr. CHARLES CAVENDISH, and Mr. GASKELL, from several Places,—against the Tithes Commutation Bill—By Lord GEORGE LENNOX, from Bosham, for an Inquiry into the State of the Fisheries of that Place.—By Mr. T. ATTWOOD, from Birmingham, against the Highways Bill.—By Sir OSWALD Mosely, firom Eccleshall, for Extending the Franchise from Stafford to that Town.—By Mr. HENRY STANLEY, from Preston, in favour of the Notaries Public Bill; from several Protestant Dissenting Congregations at Preston, for a Redress of their Grievances.—By Mr. JAMES OSWALD, from the Political Union, Leith, for Reduction of Taxation, Universal Suffrage, Vote by Ballot, and Annual Parliaments.—By Mr. GBOTE, from Portsoken Ward, for the Repeal of the Assessed Taxes.

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