HC Deb 18 March 1833 vol 16 c723

Petitions presented. By Mr. BYNG, from St. Luke's Chelsea, for the Abolition of the House and Window Tax; from St. James's, Westminster; St. Michael's, Highgate; from Hornsey, Ealing, and other Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath: and to the same effect, by Mr. EDWARD BULLER, from Tutbury and Howden; by Sir WILLIAM FOLKES, from Fakenham and Watton; by Mr. STRUTT, from Derby; by Mr. HODGSON, from certain Teachers of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; by Mr. A. JOHNSTONE, from Dollar, Dunfermline, the Shoemakers of London, and from the Presbytery of Haddington, and other Places; by Mr. Alderman WOOD, from Bartholomew-the-Great; by Mr. J. B. CARTER, from Bedford; and by Mr. BETHKLI., from Draypool and Howden.—By Mr. E. BELLEK, from Tutbury; and by Sir WILLIAM FOLKES, from Gratwich,—against the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. FERGUS O'CONNOR, from several Places in Cork,—against the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill, for the Abolition of Tithes, and for the Abolition of Tolls at Markets and Fairs; from Rossmore, for the Revision of the Grand Jury Laws; and from Kilgalan, for the Repeal of the Union.—By Colonel BUTLER, from Powerstown,—against the Coercive Bill; and from Callan, and Lisdownes, for the Repeal of the Union, and the Abolition of Tithes,—By Mr. SULLIVAN, from St. John's, Kilkenny, and other Places; and by Mr. MARSHALL, from the Political Union, Leeds,—against the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from Manchester, for Liberating Robert Taylor, against the Monopoly of the King's Printer, and in favour of the Factories Bill.—By Mr. BONHAM CARTER, from Portsmouth, for the Repeal of the Duties on Soap, and for the Repeal of the Disabilities on the Jews.—By Mr. ANDREW JOHNSTONE, from the Inhabitants of Kirk newtown and Cupar, against Church Patronage (Scotland).—By Mr. MARSHALI, from Leeds, for the Removal of the Restrictions on the Trade with the Brazils.—By Mr. FIELDEN, from Oldham, for the Abolition of Slavery; and from Todmorden, for the Abolition of Tithes and the Corn Laws.