HC Deb 08 May 1833 vol 17 cc1034-5

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. PENDARVES, an Account of all the Copper and Tin Imported. into, and Exported from the United Kingdom, in 1832.—On the Motion of Mr. BALFOUR, an Account of the Sums remaining unpaid in Ireland for additional Duties on Spirits under 1st William 4th, cap. 49, on the 5th April, 1832, and on the 5th January, 1833; the same for Scotland—On the Motion of Captain ELLIOT, a Copy of a Letter of the 4th of May, 1833, from the Commissioners of Greenwich Hospital to the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty: also an Account of the Quantities of Copper Sheets and Bolts respectively rolled in his Majesty's Dockyards of Woolwich and Portsmouth, in 1830, 1831, and 1832; the same of Iron; and an Account of the Aggregate Expense incurred by the managing of the Estates in Cumberland, Durham, and Northumberland, belonging to Greenwich Hospital.

Bills. Read a third time:—Dramatic Author; Savings Banks Annuities. Read a second time:—Dwelling House Robbery; Privy Council. Committed:—Law Amendments.

Petitions presented. By Lord JOHN RUSSELL, from Brixham, for an Improvement in the Highways Bill.—By Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, by Sir W. INGILBY, by Sir G. GREY, by Sir T. LENNARD, by Sir WATKIN WYNN, by Sir FRANCES VINCENT, by Sir CHARLES BURRELL, by Lord JOHN RUSSELL, by Colonel GORE LANGTON, by Messrs. LOCKE, BARNARD, MARSHALL, EWART, JAMES BULLER, GILBERT HEATHCOTE, G. W. WOOD, MURRAY, RYLE, CUTHBERT RIPPON, GILLON, JONE HEATHCOTE, WILBRAHAM, RICHARD OSWALD, and JOSEPH DENISON, from a great Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By Mr. RICHARD OSWALD, from Auchinleck, for an Inquiry into the Distress of the Working Classes, for the Repeal of the Corn Laws, and for an Alteration in the System of Church Patronage in Scotland; and from Beith, for a Repeal of the Septennial Act.—By Mr. WILBRAHAM, from Wilton-cum-Swambrooks, for Assessing Mines for the Relief of the Poor; and from Nantwich and Sandbach, for Relief to the Dissenters from their present Oppressions.—By Mr. GILLON, from Johnstone; and Mr. R. OSWALD, from Auchinleck, for a Separation between Church and State.—By Mr. GILLON, from Aberbrothock, against the Royal Burghs (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. HUTT, from Hull, for a Repeal of the Timber Duties.—By Mr. MURRAY, from the Coopers of Leith, for a Repeal of the Duty on Stamp Receipts.—By Mr. COLOUHOUN, from the Hand-loom Weavers of Auchinlech, for a Board of Trade; and from Kirkintilloch, for Relief and Inquiry into the Distress among the Hand-loom Weavers.—By Mr. O'CONNOR, from Middleton (Cork), for the Abolition of Tolls and Customs at Fairs and Markets in Ireland.—By Mr. MARSHALL, from the Medical Practitioners of Leeds, for an Alteration in the Apothecaries' Act.—By Sir WILLIAM INGILBY, from Caistor, for a Reduction of the Duties on Hawkers, Pedlars, and Petty Chapmen.—By Sir W. INGILBY, from several Places, for a Repeal of the Duty on Malt.—By Captain WEMYSS, from the Port of Limekilns (Fife), for a Committee to Inquire into the State of the Shipping Interest.—By Sir W. INGILBY, from Willoughby-cum-Slootheby, for the Abolition of Tithes; and from Belchford, for Appropriating some part of the Rents of the Land allotted in that Parish in lieu of Tithes to the support of the Poor, and the Repairs of the Church.—By Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, Captain WEMYSS, and Messrs. J. W. BULLER, BYNG, and R. OSWALD, from several Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, Mr. R. WALKER, Mr. BYNG, and Mr. WILBRAHAM, from several Places, for the Repeal or Alteration of the Sale of Beer Act.