Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. TOOKE, an Account of the Number of Certificates taken out Annually by Attornies and Solicitors practising in England and Wales, from the first Day of Easter Term, 1819, to
* It was understood that the case referred to in the text was that of Lord Teynham, who bad been found guilty in the Court of King's Bench of a conspiracy to defraud. The noble Lord subsequently moved for and obtained a new trial.
the same Day, 1833: of the Number of Articles of Clerkships of Attornies, and of Assignments there of, filed in his Majesty's Court of King's Bench in each year for the same Term; also of the gross Annual Amount of Stamp Duties paid upon Admission of Attornies and Solicitors to practise in his Majesty's Courts of King's Bench, Chancery, &c, from the seventh Day of May, 1819, to the same Day, 1853.
§ New Writ ordered. On the Motion of Mr. ABERCROMBLE, for Tiverton, in the room of Mr. KENNEDY, declared unduly elected.
§ Bills. Read a third time:—Sewers. Committed:—Dower; Curtesy of England; and Inheritance.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. GOULBURN, from the Clergy of Kilmore, from several Places in Cornwall, and from the University of Cambridge; and by Sir ROBERT PEEL, from the Clergy of Middlesex, and other Places,—against the Church Temporalities (Ireland) Bill,—By Sir ROBERT PEEL, from Plympton, St. Mary, for making the proposed Commutation of Tithes on Fair and Equitable Principles.—By Colonel LEITH HAY, from Forres; and by Captain WEMYSS, from Queensferry, against the Assessed Taxes.—By Sir ROBERT PEEL, by Mr. SANDERSON, General SHARPE, Mr. FORSTER, Mr. ASSHETON SMITH, Mr. STRUTT, Mr. PRICK, Mr. RICHARDS, Mr. W. A. WILLIAMS, Mr. WILSON PATTEN, Mr. GRANVILLE, Mr. H. VERNON, Mr. CROMPTON, Captain WEMYSS, Mr. BARNARD, Mr. BYNG, Mr. BRISCOE, Colonel LEITH HAY, Captain DUNDAS, Mr. J. H. VIVIAN, General PALMER, Sir W. FOLKES, Mr. PARKER, Lord OBMELIE, Mr. C. TYRELL, Mr. THROCKMORTON, Captain ELLIOT, Sir C. J. GREVILLE, Mr. CHILDERS, Mr. STRICKLAND, Mr. HUDSON, Mr. BENETT, Mr. HARLAND, Mr. ROEERT GRANT, Mr. J. W. BULLER, Mr. WARBURTON, Mr. AGLIONBY, Sir C. LEMON, and Mr. EMERSON TENNENT, from a great Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By Captain ELLIOT, from Kelso, against any Legislative Enactments for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. R. GRANT, from Waterford, for Removing the Civil Disabilities of the Jews.—By Mr. C. H. TRACY, from the Independents of Tewkesbury, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. AGLIONBY, from Harrington, for Inquiry into the Distress of the Owners of Merchant Vessels; and for the Abolition of the Corn Laws.—By Sir CHARLES LEMON, from St, Keverne, for Removing the Cornwall Assizes from Launeeston to Truro.—By Mr. EMERSON TENNENT, from the Presbyterian Sceeders of Tyrone, against the Ministerial System of Education in Ireland.—By Mr. AGHONBY, from Cockermouth; Mr. STRICKLAND, from Beominster, and Dewsbury; and by Mr. W. H. WILLIAMS, Mr. WILSON PATTEN, and Mr. BRIGSTOCK, from several Places,—against the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. T. F. KENNEDY, from Ayr and Irvine; General SHARPE, from Sanquhar; and by Captain WEMYSS, from Stirling, for Repealing the Duty on Stamp Receipts.—By the Earl of ORMELIE, Captain ELLIOT, and Mr. T. F. KENNEDY, from several Places,—for Altering the present System of Church Patronage in Scot-land.—By Lord ROBERT GROSVENOR, from Chester, for making Extra Parochial Places, contributory to the Support of the Poor.—By Mr. STRUTT, from the Innkeepers of Hastings, for placing Innkeepers on a Footing with other Shopkeepers as regards the Assessed Taxes.—By Mr. RICHARDS, from St. Andrew's, Holborn, for Power to Magistrates to Suppress Dog Fighting, &c.—By Mr. WILSON PATTEN, from Maryport, against any Alteration in the Timber Duties.—By Mr. HODGSON, from Newcastle, against the Dutch Embargo.—By Captain WEMYSS, from Perth and Stirling, for granting to the Irish the Preaching of the Gospel in their own Language.—By the Earl of ORMELIE, from Blairgowrie; and Captain WEMYSS, from Stirling, for a Factories Regulation Bill.—By Mr. PARKER, from the Clergy of Sheffield; and Mr. DUNCOMBE, from the Clergy of the Diocese of Chester,—against the Church Temporalities (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. EMERSON TEN-NENT, from the Members of the Savings Bank, Belfast, against the Savings Bank Annuities Bill.—By the Earl of ORMELIE, from the Highlands of Perthshire, against the Reduction of the Malt Drawback; also from the Society of Procurators in Perthshire, for a Repeal of the Duty on Certificates of Solicitores, Attornies, &c,; and from the 1112 Burgh of Abernethy, for the Abolition of the Church of Ireland, and Appropriating its Revenues to the Reduction of the National Debt.