HC Deb 15 July 1833 vol 19 c638

MIUTES Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. JOHN O'CONNELL, an Account of the Quantity of Glass Imported into Ireland, during the three years preceding the laying on of the glass Tax; also the Amount of the Sum paid by Law Students to the Courts of Law in Ireland and in England.—on the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, the total Amount of Timber and other Articles of Wood imported into the Isle of Man from Foreign Parts, in the last five years; also the Advances made from the Consolidated Fund in Ireland, for Paying the Commissioners appointed for Establishing a Composition of Tithes.

Bill. Read a third time:—Letters Patent.

Petitions presented. By Mr. BLAKE, from Ballingeholla, against the manner of Collecting Tithes in Ireland By Mr. RUTHVEN, from Dublin, against the Coal and Ship Owners of Newhaven—By Mr. G. J. VERNON, from two places, against, and from one Place, in favour of, the Lord's Day Observance Bill.—By Lord LUMLEY, from several Cotton Mills; and by Mr. G. J. VERNON, from Ilkiston, against the Factory Bill.—By Mr. MARSHALL, from the Medical Practitioners of Leeds, against the Apothecaries Bill.—By Mr. TOOKE, from the Liverpool Law Society, for Relief from the Tax on Attornies' certifieates.—By Mr. BRIGGS, from Halifax, in favour of the Notaries Public Bill; and also in favour of the Rating in Tenements Bill.—By Mr. BEAMIRB, from Workington, for Amending the Law relative to Roman Catholic Marriages.—My Mr. BEWES, from Plymouth, for a Revision of the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. DAWSON, from the Frame-work Knitters of Hinckley, for Relief.—By Mr. TRELAWNEY, from East Cornwall, for a Commutation of Tithes.