HC Deb 24 July 1833 vol 19 c1164

Bills. Read a second time:—Court of Chancery; Commissioners of Lunacy; Roman Catholic Marriages (England).—Read a third time:—Dramatic Performances.

Petitions presented. By Mr. HAWES, from the Parochial Association of Lambeth, for the Repeal of the Parish Vestries Act—By Mr. JOHN ROMILLY, from some Parts of the City of London, for Relief to the Sugar Refiners.—By Colonel EVANS, from Rye, for the Abolition of the Corn Laws—By Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY, from St. Mary-le-bone, and by Colonel EVANS, from St. John's, Westminster, for the Repeal of the Assessed Taxes.—By Lord FORDWICH, from the Unitarians of Canterbury, for Relief with regard to Marriages, Registration, and Church Rates.—By Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY, from the Society for the Improvement of Factory Children, in favour of the Factories' Regulation Bill; from St. Pancras (Middlesex), against the Compulsory Payment of Sixpence per Month by Merchant Seamen for the Support of Greenwich Hospital—By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from the Linen Weavers of Scotland, to be paid by the yard.—By Mr. PEASE, from the County of Ross, against Abolition without Compensation; also from the Society of Friends at Stroud, Chatham, and Rochester, against Tithes and Church Cess By Mr. ROEBUCK, from the Bath Political Union, for an Inquiry into the Coldbath-field Meeting Affair; from Dumfries, for a Free Colony of Negroes on the Coast of Africa.—By Mr. HUME, from the Sugar Refiners of Wapping, and by Dr. LUSHINGTON, from St. Mary, Whitechapel, for Relief.—By Lord HOWICK, from several Places, for the Abolition of Slavery.