HC Deb 28 March 1833 vol 16 c1199

MINUTES Papers ordered On the Motion of Mr. BARING, an Account of the Number of Persons to whom a half year's Dividend was due at the last half yearly payment thereof, on each description of Stock, with the Amount due to each; also an Account of the Gold and Silver Coin and Bullion, Imported into, and Exported from, India and China, to or from Europe and America respectively.—On the Motion of Mr. PEASE, the Quantity of Lead, and Lead Ore, Exported, or Imported, in the year ending 5th January last.—On the Motion of Mr. RUTHVEN, the Number of Commissions of Bankruptcy issued in Ireland, from the 1st of January, 1823, to the 1st of January, 1833; the Number of Certificates granted upon such Commissions; and the Number of Commissions superseded: also the Number of Summonses issued. Informations heard and Penalties awarded, by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, and other Magistrates acting in the County or City of Dublin, against the Owners and Drivers of Hackney Coaches and Jaunting Cars, during the last three years.

New Writs issued. On the Motion of Mr. SPKING RICE, for the Northern Division of Lancashire, in the room of Mr. STANLEY, who had accepted the Office of one of his Majesty's Principal Secretaries of State; and for the City of Westminster, in the room of Sir JOHN HOBHOUSE, who had accepted the Office of Chief Secretary for Ireland.

Petitions presented. By Mr. ESTCOURT, from Dundee, for the Speedy Passing of the Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.—By Sir WILLIAM INGILBY, from the Political Union of Spilsby; by Mr. WYNN ELLIS, from Leicester; by Mr. WILLIAM ROCHE, Mr. SHEIL, Mr. BARRON, and Mr. RUTHVRN, from a great many Places in Ireland,—against that Bill.—By Mr. ESTCOURT, by Lord NORREYS by Mr. POSTER, by Mr. CALLANDER, by Sir WILLIAM, by Captain YORKR, by Mr. HALL DARE, by Mr. BELL, by Mr. KENNEDY, by Captain JONES, by Sir GEORGE GREY, by Mr. TENNENT, by Sir OSWALD MOSELEY, by Mr. COLLIER, by Mr. WILLIAM EVANS, and by Mr. WYNN, from a vast Number of Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Sir WILLIAM INGILRY, by Mr. BEWES, by Mr. PEASK, and by Sir EDWARD CODRINGTON,—for the Abolition of Slavery—By Mr. BELL, from Maryport, for the Abolition of the Punishment of Death in Cases of Offences against Property.—By Sir W. INGILBY, from Alford and Gainsborough; by Mr. HODGES, from Gravesend and Milton,—for granting to the Inhabitants of Corporate Towns the Privilege of Electing their own Magistrates.—By Mr. HODOES, from Crayford and Bexley; by Sir OSWALD MOSELEY, from Uttoxeter and other Places; and by Mr. ROBINSON, from Worcester,—against the Beer Act.—By Mr. G. Young, from the Marines of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for an Inquiry into the Causes of the Depression of the Shipping Interest; and from Shoreham, Chichester, and other Places,—for a Repeal of the Duty on Marine Insurances.—By Mr. COLLIER, from Plymouth, for an Alteration of the Law between Debtor and Creditor—By Mr. SCHOLEFIELD, from Birmingham, for a Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge.—By Mr. GROTE, from the Ward of Cheap, London, against the House and Window Taxes; and from the Jews of Bristol, for the Removal of the Civil Disabilities affecting the Jews—By an Hon. MEMBER, from Cosford and Blackburn, for the Abolition of the Duty on Taxed Carts—By Lord DUDLEY STUART, from Ayr and Arundel; and by Mr. WILLIAM ROCHE, from Galway, for a Repeal of the Duty on Soap.—By Mr. T. F. KENNEDY, from Ayr, for a Repeal of the Duty on Stamps for Receipts; and from Irvine, for allowing the Importation of Foreign Sugars, for the purpose of being refined for Exportation.