HC Deb 27 March 1833 vol 16 c1138

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. CHARLES GRANT, Copies of the Correspondence between the Directors of the East-India Company and the Board of Control respecting the East-India Charter.—On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, a Copy of the Proceedings of the Bombay Government connected with the Report of Mr. CHAPLIN, late Commissioner in the Decean, in the Case of Narroba Govind Outia,—On the Motion of Mr. ROBERT GORDON, a Copy of the Warrant of Appointment of Lord Dunglass to be Chamberlain of Ettrick Forest: also a Statement of the Revenue he collects, and of the Salary he receives: also a Copy of the Warrant appointing Lord MELVILLE to the Office of Privy Seal in Scotland, with the Salary and Emoluments of the same: also a Copy of the Warrant of Appointment to the Office of Director of Chancery in Scotland, with the Emoluments of the same, and from what sources derived.

Bills. Read a second time:—On the Motion of Sir JAMES GRAHAM, Marine Mutiny; Trial of Offences (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By Mr. MURRAY, from Leith and Edinburgh, to substitute Simple Assertions for Oaths in all Cases where hitherto an Oath has been required by Law; and from the same, for allowing Sugar to be Imported, to be refined for Exportation.—By Mr. OLIPHANT, from Perth, for Establishing District Courts in Scotland; and from Perth, Kilmore, and Urquhart, against the present System of Church Patronage in Scotland. By Mr. CLAY, from Poplar, in favour of the Factories Regulation

Bill.—By Sir RICHARD SIMEON, from Carisbrooke and Brading; by Mr. TENNYSON, from Lambeth; by Mr. RICHARD OSWALD, Mr. GEORGE EVANS, and Mr. DANIEL GASKELL, from a Number of Places,—against the Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. CHARLES CANENDISH, from Rye; by Mr. MURRAY, from South Shields; by Mr. RICHARD OSWALD, Mr. CHILDERS, Lord MORPETH, Mr. BRIGSTRICK, Mr. PENDARVAS, and Mr. INGHAM, from a great Number of Places,—against Slavery. By Mr. STEWART MACKENZIE, Mr. W. Brougham, Mr. U. OSWALD, Mr. WILBRAHAM, Colonel PERCBVAL, Lord MORPETH, Dr. LUSHINGTON, Mr. BRIOSTRICK, Sir EDWARD KNATCHBULL, Sir RICHARD VYVYAN, Lord ROBERT MANNERS, Mr. OLIPHAXT, Mr. JAMKS BROUGHAM, and Mr. CHARLES GRANT, also from a great Number of Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. HODGES, from Harwich; Mr. JAMES BROUGHAM, from Kendall; and Mr. PETER, from Saltash,—for granting to the Inhabitants of Corporate Towns the Privilege of Electing their own Magistrates and Municipal Officers.—By Mr. HODGES, from Cranbrook; by Dr. LUSHINGTON from St. Paul's, Shadwell, and St. George's, Middlesex; and by Mr. WILLLIAM BROUGHAM, from Christ Church, Surrey,—for a Repeal of the Assessed Taxes,—By Mr. RICHARD OSWALD, from Cumnock, for an Entire Separation between Church and State, and for a Repeal of the Corn Laws; from Irvine, for a Board of Trade, and for Relief; and from the Keith Agricultural Political Union, for the Abolition of all Sinecure Offices in Church and State.—By Mr. G. W. WOOD, from Blatchingworth and Caldcrbrook for the Abolition of Tithes, and the Repeal of the Corn Laws; and from the same Place, for the Repeal of the Taxes on Malt, Hops, and Soap, and for a Repeal of the Septennial Act, and Vote by Ballot, and for a Removal of all Grievances to which Protestant Dissenters are subject; and from Toxteth, Ashton-under-Lyne, Staley Bridge, and Duken field, for a Removal of all Disabilities to which the Jews are liable.—By Colonel BAILLE, from Elphin and other Places, against the Church of Ireland Bill.—By Mr. LAMBERT, from five Places in Ireland, against Tithes,—By Mr. LAMBERT, and Mr. MORGAN O'CONNELL, from Tacumshane, and the Barony of Gallen, for Vote by Ballot; and from several Places,—for a Repeal of the Union with Ireland.—By Sir RICHARD VYVYAN, from the Clergy of the Deanery of Bristol, and from Penzance, against the Irish Church Bill; and from Veryan, Cornwall, against Tithes, and the most Oppressive of the Taxes.—By Lord MORPUTH, from Stansfield, for a Repeal of the Septennial Act, and for Vote by Ballot; and from the same Place, for a Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge.—By Sir RICHARD VYVYAN, from Bristol, for a Repeal of the Duty on Soap.—By Sir EDWARD KNATCHBULL, from the Western Division of the County of Kent, against the Sale of Beer Act,—By Mr. SPRING RICE, from Kilkenny, for Speedily passing the Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.