HC Deb 02 July 1833 vol 19 c2

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. RONAYNE, a Copy of Instructions sent by Mr. Kemmiss to Mr. Gun relative to his Proceedings for the Collection of Tithes in the County of Tipperary.—On the Motion of Mr. ROBERT WALLACE, the Names and Designations of the Persons forming the Commission of Inquiry into the State of the Laws and Judicatories in Scotland, with the Instructions given to them, and the Amount of Remuneration they are to receive.—On the Motion of Mr. PEASE, the Names of Commissioners appointed, and now officiating for the issue of Exchequer-bills for Public Works in England: Accounts of the yearly Expenses of the said Commissioners, for each year, since 1831, and of the Amount of Exchequer-bills issued by them.—On the Motion of Mr. E. RUTHVEN, an Account of all Persons on the Sheriffs Paper as Jurors in the County of Kildare, who were Fined within the last Twelve Months.

Bill. Read a third time:—Drainage Rates Recovery.

Petitions presented. By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, from the Medical Practitioners of York, against the Apothecaries Bill,—By Mr. WYNDHAM, from several Places, against the Tithes Commutation Bill.—By Lord PALMERSTON, from a Congregation of Independents at Lymington, against Slavery.—By the Sheriffs of London and Middlesex from the City of London, for the Repeal of the Septennial Act.—By Mr. Hume, from a Number against the present System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Lord SANDON, from the Medical Practitioners of Liverpool, and Mr. RONAYNE, from an Individual, against the Apothecaries Act.—By Mr. BOWES, from Barnard Castle, against the proposed Alteration in the Bank Charter.—By Mr. HARDY, from the Chairman of a Meeting of Over-lookers of Mills and Factories of Bradford (York); and by Mr. HODGSON, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne,—in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill,—By Mr. AYSH-FORD SANFORD, from several Places, against the Tithes Commutation Bill.—By Major KEPPEL, from Henstead, Norfolk, for the Repeal of the Tax on Carts.—By Mr. GROTE, from London, Lord SANDON, from Liverpool, and Mr. HODGSON, from Sunderland, against the Notaries Public Bill.—By Sir ANDREW AGNEW, from a Number of Places, in favour of the Lord's Day Observance Bill-By Mr. HAWKINS, from Newport, Isle of Wight, for the Repeal of the Septennial Act—By Mr. HYETT, from Stroud, against the Rating of Tenements Bill.—By Mr. ABERCROMBIE, from Edinburgh, in favour of the Royal Burgh (Scotland) Bill; from the Royal College of Physicians of that Town, against the Apothecaries Bill; from the Magistrates and Town Council of the same, for an additional Duty on Spirits; from the Chamber of Commerce of the same, for the Abolition of the Duty on Stamped Receipts; from a Wesleyan Congregation, for the Abolition of Slavery; from Stranraer, for an Alteration in the Reform of Parliament (Scotland) Bill.

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