HC Deb 17 April 1834 vol 22 c868

Petitions presented. By Sir JAMES GRAHAM, from Aspatria, in favour of the Lord's Day Observance Bill; and from the Clergy of Cumberland, against the same Bill—By Sir ROBERT PEEL, from Bryngirran, for preserving the Union between Church and State; and from the Presbytery of Skye, against any Alteration in the System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Mr. WIGNEY, from Brighton, against the Employment of Climbing Boys—By Mr. GOULBUN, from Maddington, against any Measures likely to weaken the efficacy of the Established Church.—By Messrs. HODGES and RYDER, from Goudhurst, and other Places, for the Repeal of the Malt Tax; and by Mr. HODGES, from Marden, against Tithes—By Sir GEORGE STAUNTON, Sir HYDE PARKER, and Messrs. FRYER, HODGES, DENISON, WILES, WILLIAMS, and WHINEY, from a Number of Dissenting Congregations,—for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. WIGNEY, from the Journeymen Bakers of Brighton; and by Serjeant SPANKIE, from those of Finsbury, for a Clause in the Lord's Day Observance Bill to prohibit Sunday Baking.—By Sir GEORGE STAUNTON, Sir HYDE PARKER, Mr. RIDER, and Mr. WILKS, from several Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. W. CHAYTOR, from Evenwood, against the General Register Bill.