HC Deb 23 August 1833 vol 20 c866

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. G. F. YOUNG, the Quantities of Flax, and Hemp, and of Saltpetre, and Brimstone, Imported into Great Britain, from the beginning of 182G to the beginning of the present year: also the Real and Official Value of British and Irish Linens Exported to Foreign Ports during the same period.—On the Motion of Mr. O'REILLY. Returns of the Charges made by the Petty Sessions Court of Dundalk, for Summonses, Warrants, and Bail-bonds, and the Amount received under each head during the last three years: also of all Fines Imposed by the Authority of the said Court during the same period.

Bills. Read a third time:—Civil List Charges; Turnpike Road Accounts; Juries (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By Mr. CLAY, from St. Leonard's, Shore ditch, for the Abolition of the Metropolitan Police—By Mr. BARNARD, from Lewisham, Bromley, &c., for the Repeal of the Malt Duty—By Mr. G. F. YOUNG, from the Shipowners of Newcastle, against the Navigation Laws; from Tynemouth, in favour of the Factories' Regulation Bill—By Colonel EVANS, from Wakefield, for the Repeal of all Taxes on Knowledge; and for Inquiry into the Case of Joshua Hodson; and from two Parishes in Westminster, for a direct passage from Castle Street into Trafalgar Square.—By Mr. EWING, from the Council and Assembly of Dominica, against the Slavery Abolition Bill.—By Mr. BUCKINGHAM, from Sheffield, against Impressment.—By Mr. BLAMIRE, from Staveley, and fourteen other Places, in favour of the Tithes Stay of Suits Bill.—By Mr. M'LEOD, from Cupar, for Excluding the Bishops from the Upper House.—By Mr. HAWES, from Kingston-upon-Thames, against the Impositions of their Corporation.—By the SOLICITOR GENERAL, from the Medical Practitioners of Armagh; and by Mr. WARIIURTON, from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, for an Inquiry into the State of the Medical Profession.—By Mr. WARBURTON, from New castle-upon-Tyne, for Vote by Ballot.—By Mr. HUGHES, from Perth, for the Restoration of the Drawback on Spirits made from Malted Grain—By Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY, from Inhabitants of Mary-le-bone, for an Inquiry into the Case of Hodson.—By Mr. HUTT, from Kingston-upon-Hull, against the Barton Ferry Bill; and from James Acland, a Prisoner for Libel, praying the Intercession of the House.