HC Deb 20 March 1833 vol 16 c876

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Captain DUNDAS, an Account of the Number of Irish Poor passed from London to Bristol to be shipped for Ireland, and the Expenses incurred thereby.—On the Motion of Captain GEORGE FERGUSON, the Quantity of Foreign Oats imported into Ireland Free of Duty as Seed Corn, since permission was first granted to impost.

Petitions presented. By Mr. EWART, from Glasgow, for Poor Laws (Ireland); and from Liverpool, for the Abolition of the Punishment of Death for Offences against Property. By Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE, from Scarborough, for the Repeal of the House and Window Tax.—By Mr. ROEBUCK, from the Retailers of Beer, Stockport, to be placed on the same footing as the Licensed Victuallers; and by Mr. WILKS, from Retailers of Beer, Boston, to the same effect,—By Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE, from Scarborough, Sealby, and other Places; by Mr. ROEBUCK, from Proprietors of Stage Coaches and Waggons of Bath; by Mr. HOPE JOHNSTONE, from Dumfries, Ruthwell, Dunscore, Langholm, Linlithgow, and Borrowstonness; by Mr. WILKS, from Sion Chapel, Mallow; from Baptists of Bow; from the Minister and Congregation of St. Thomas's Square Chapel, Hackney; and from Ministers, Elders, and Congregation of Albion Chapel, Moorgate, in connexion with the United Secession Church of Scotland; by Colonel WILLAMS, from the Inhabitants of Ashton-under-Lyne; by Sir GRAY SKIPWITH, from Stoneleigh, Atherstone, Berkswell, and Wallsall; by Mr. SINCLAIR, from Bickenhill, and several other Places in Scotland; by Captain CHETWYND, from Stafford; by Mr. GILLON, from the Associate Congregation of Airdrie; by Captain DUNLOP, from Kilmarnock; by Lord ALTHORP, from Titchmarsh, and other Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE, from Scarborough; by Mr. HOPE JOHNSTONE, from Moffatt and Langholm; and by Mr. WILKS, from. Baptists at Horsham and Stradbroke,—for the Abolition of Slavery.—By Mr. ROEBUCK, from Persons at Stockport,—for the Repeal of the Union with Ireland.—By Colonel WILLIAMS, from Ashton-under-Lyne; and by Mr. GILLON, from certain Persons in Glasgow, and from Other Places,—against the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. EWART, from Glasgow, for the Removal of Restrictions on the Trade to the Brazils; and from Liverpool, in favour of the Jews.—By Mr. SINCLAIR, and Captain DUNLOP, from various Places in Scotland, for the Abolition of Church Patronage.—By Mr. DAVID ROCHE, from Limerick; and by Mr. EWART, from Liverpool,—for an Amendment in Corporation Laws.—By Mr. WILKS, from Dissenters Meeting at Argyle Chapel, Bath, at Boston, and Ashburton, for Exempting from Poor and Church Rates all Places of Worship, and for the Redress of Grievances.—By Mr. ROEBUCK, from the Females of Bath; by Mr. WILKS, from Ashburton; and by Colonel WILLIAMS, from Ashton-under-Lyne,—in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill.—Similar Petitions were presented by Mr. STRICKLAND, from Gomersall; by Mr. GILLON, from Operatives of Dundee; and by Mr. SINCLAIR, from Dingwall, Lismahagow, and Stanningley.—By Mr. GILLON, from Lanark; and by Mr. STRICTLAND, from Langfield, for the Reduction of Taxation.