HC Deb 13 August 1833 vol 20 c576

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. CHARLES BULLER, the Receipts and Expenses of the Record Commission: a Return of the manner in which Sums charged in the Civil Contingencies have been Expended similar to the Return ordered on 29th June, 1829: also a Return of all Works now in progress or completed.—On the Motion of Mr. RUTHVEN, the Estates and Rental of the Dublin Corporation.—On the Motion of Mr. O'DWYER, Returns of the Probate Duty, &c., in Ireland: also an Account of the Establishment of each Government Office in Dublin.—On the Motion of Mr. HUME, the Sums Voted and actually Expended for the Militia of the United Kingdom: also the Number of Troops, or Regiments, of Effective Yeomanry in the United Kingdom, in the year 1832, and the Expense of each Corps.—On the Motion of Mr. STEWART MACKENZIE, the total Number of Registered Voters for each County, City, Borough, and Town in Scotland: also the Expense incurred for Revising the Lists, and the Legal Expenses of each Candidate at the last Election: also Copies of the Deeds of Entail ordered in the General Registry of Entails in Edinburgh, from 1685 to 1833, inclusive.—On the Motion of Mr. AGLIONBY, the Sums Voted, and the Sums actually Expended in each year, for the Yeomanry and Volunteer Corps in England, Scotland, and Ireland, from 1816 to 1833.

Petitions presented. By Earl GROSVENOR, from certain Silk Manufacturers, against the Removal of the Duty on Foreign Thrown Silk.