HC Deb 12 August 1833 vol 20 c527

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUME, a Copy of the Regulations and Bye Laws of the College of Physicians of London and of other Papers concerning; that Establishment; the same of the College of Physicians of Edinburgh, of Glasgow, and of Dublin—On the Motion of Mr. LITTLETON, an Abstract of the Amount of the Gross and Net Incomes of Parochial Benefices in Ireland.

Bills. Read a third time:—Court of Exchequer; Uniformity of Process; Commissioners of Lunacy; Disembodied Militia—Head a second time:—Forgery of Stamps.

Petitions presented. By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, from Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, against the Notaries Public Bill—By Lord EBRINGTON, from Parkham, for rendering the use of the Imperial Measure inoperative.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from the Lace Manufacturers of Derby, against the Factories Regulation Bill.—By the SOLICITOR GENERAL, from the Inhabitants of Dudley, for the Privilege of Electing their own Magistrates.—By Mr. CHARLES BULLER, from Great Wigston, for an Amended System of Poor Laws.