HC Deb 15 May 1833 vol 17 c1263

Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUME, an Account of the Salaries and Emoluments of the Judge, and other Officers of the High Court of Admiralty: also of the Names and Time of Service of the different Ambassadors and Secretaries of Embassy from this Court to Turkey, since January, 1827: also an Account of the Number of Persons Officially Employed by each Member of his Majesty's Treasury, and the Salary and Emoluments enjoyed by each Person so Employed in the years 1832, 1833: also an Account of the Pensions paid at the Treasury, for which 14,000l. is required in the Estimates on the Table: also an Account of the Manner in which 38,193l. voted in 1832, for defraying Contingent Expenses, and for Messengers, have been Expended: also how the Sum of 22,000l. voted for the Expenses of the Houses of Lords and Commons, in 1832, and also the Arrears of 3,500l. were Expended: also an Account of the Manner in which 12,624l., voted in 1832, for defraying the Expenses of the Insolvent Debtors' Court, were Expended, as also of the total Amount of Fees received in that Court: also an Account of the total Amount received for, and forming the Fee Funds in the several Offices in his Majesty's Treasury, in the year 1852, and the Manner of its Appropriation: also an Account of the Funds belonging to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, for defraying the Charge and Salaries of the Professors, in aid of which the House has hitherto voted Money, and is called upon to grant further Sums,

Petitions presented. By Mr. SINCLAIR, from St. George's, Hanover Square; by Mr. SPRY, from Bodmin, and other Places; and by Mr. LANGSTON, from St. Clement's, Oxford,—against the Assessed Taxes.—By Sir H. PARNELL, from Dundee; and Mr. DUNLOP, from Rutherglen,—against the Royal Burgh (Scotland) Bill.—By Colonel WILLI AMS, from the Members of the Subscription Library at Brighton, against the Duty on Newspapers.—By Mr. EWART, from Liverpool, against Mr. STURGES BOURNE'S Act.—By Major BEAUCLERK, from Wimbledon; and by Lord G. LENNUX, from Oving,—against Tithes.—By Mr. CAVLEY, from Tadeaster, for the Repeal of the Malt Tax and Assessed Taxes,—By Sir J. JOHNSTONE, from Scarborough, for an Inquiry into the State of the British Shipping interest.—By Mr. J. FIELDEN, from Blackburn, against the Irish Church Temporalities Bill.—By Mr. CAVLEY, and Sir B. W. GUISE, from several Places,—for a Repeal of the Malt Tax.—By Mr. SINCLAIR, from several Places in Scotland, for Amending the Existing System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Mr. O'CONNELL., from Balmerino, for Relief to Ireland; from the Saddlers of Dublin, and from Enniscorthy and Temple-shannon, for a Repeal of the Union; from Strathmiglo, for the Abolition of the Church of Ireland as connected with the State; and from two Places, against Tithes and Church Cess: also from several Parishes in Dublin, and other Places; and by Mr. F. O'CONNOR, from Ballymoney, and Kenneigh,—against the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. WYNN KLLIS, from a Dissenting Congregation, Liverpool; and by Colonel WILLIAMS, from the Dissenters of Ashton-under-Lyne, for Relief to the Dissenters, from their present Grievances.—By Mr. J. OSWALD, and Mr. DUNLOP, from the Handloom Weavers of several Places, for the Appointment of a Board of Trade to Regulate Wages.—By Mr. OLIPHANT, and Mr. J. OSWALD, from Perth and Galston, against the Corn Laws.—By Sir H. PARNELL, from Maryborough; and Mr. SINCLAIR, from Armagh, for substituting a Solemn Affirmation for an Oath.—By Sir H. PARNELL, from the Coach Proprietors and Postmasters, on the Lines of Road between London, Worcester, &c., that the same Principle of Taxation may be applied to both Rail-roads and Common-roads; and from Dundee, for certain Alterations in the Law of Scotland.—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from Dublin; Mr. ROEBUCK, from Bath; Mr. SINCLAIR, from Brighton; and Mr. COLLIER, from Plymouth,—for granting to the Inhabitants of Corporate Town;; the Right of Electing their own Municipal and Local Magistrates.—By Mr. FINCH, from Stamford; Mr. BRODIE., from Salisbury; and Mr. WIGNEY, from Brighton—for the Repeal or Amendment of the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. ROEBUCK, Mr. O'CONNELL, and Sir W. MOLESWORTH, from several Places,—against Tithes—By Sir R. INGLIS, SIR JOHN ASTLEY, Lord MORPETH, Sir H. PARNELL, Sir W. GUISE, Lord G. LENNOX, Lord G. BENTINCK, Lord LUMLEY, Colonel DAVIES, Sir W. MOLESWORTH, Colonel TORRENS, Major FANCOURT, Lord DALMENY, and Messrs. A. JOHNSTON, GULLY, HURST, EWART, DILLWYN, ROPER, COLLIER, WEYLAND, H. A. FELLOWES, CHICH ESTER, RAMSBOTTOM, CAYLEY, SINCLAIR, O'CONNELL, WYNN ELLIS, J. OSWALD, BANNKRMAN, J. MARTIN, WHITMORE, PHILIPS, TODD, and HORNBY, from a great Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By Lord MOR PETH, Lord G. BENTINCK, Sir R. INGLIS, Sir EARDLEY WILMOT, Sir ANDREW AGNEW, Sir ROBERT SIMEON, Sir W. GUISE, Colonel G. WILLIAMS, Messrs. A, JOHN STON, HOPE, WEYLAND, STRUTT, and SINCLAIR, from a Number of Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. OLIPHANT, from Perth, for Amending the Scotch Law of Bankruptey.—By Mr. CLAY, from St. Paul's, Deptford, for Relief from the General Distress, and from the Expense of the Metropolitan Police.—By Mr. BANNERMAN, from Aberdeen, for a Revision of the Apothecaries Act.—By Mr. J. MARTIN, from Sligo, for Substituting a Solemn Affirmation for an Oath—By Lord MORPETH, from Leeds, against the Corn Laws.—By Sir JOHN ASTLEY, from Bristow, against the Malt Tax.—By Mr. HORNEY, from Warrington, for Transferring the Assizes from Lancaster to the former Place; and for Relief to the Dissenters from their present Grievances.—By Mr. HORNBY, from Warrington; Mr. CLAY, from St. Mary's, Whitechapel; and Mr. TODD, from Honiton, against the Assessed Taxes.—By Sir R. INGLIS, from the Dean and Chapter of Ely, against the (church Temporalities (Ireland) Bill.—By Lord MORPETH, Mr. HORNBY, and Sir R. INGLIS, from several Places,—for Amending the Sale of Beer Act.