HC Deb 01 August 1834 vol 25 c889

Bills. Read a second time:—Exchequer Bills; Consolidated Fund; Tithes; Stay of Suits; Norfolk Island.—Read a third time:—Land Tax Amendment; Royal Burghs (Scotland); Fever Hospital; Assessed Taxes Composition.

Petitions presented. By the LORD ADVOCATE, from Inverness and Forfar, in favour of the Bankrupts' Scotland Bill.—By Messrs. LANGDALE and BLAMIRE, from the Spirit Sellers and Licenced Victuallers of Beverley and Carlisle,Marquesses—against any Increase of their Licenses.—By Sir FREDERICK VINCENT, from St. Alban's, against Drunkenness.—By Sir JOHN REID, Messrs. GOULBURN and PHILPOTTS, from several Places,—for Support to the Church of England.—By Mr. CHARLES GRANT, from the Parochial Schoolmasters of Abernethy and Inverness, for an increased Stipend; from several Places, for altering the System of Church Patronage in Scotland; from Inverness, against Clandestine Emigration.—By Mr. R. WALLACE, from Greenock, against exempting decked Vessels from Lighthouse Dues; and for certain Alterations in the Tonnage of Vessels Bill.—By Mr. C. RUSSELL, from Reading, for amending the Sale of Beer Act Amendment Bill.—By Captain JONES, from several Places, for Protestant to the Protestant Church of Ireland.—By Mr. BARHAM, from Dewsland, for Protection and Relief to the Agricultural Interest.—By Admiral FLEMING, from Crieff, for Vote by Ballot—By Mr. ABERCROMBIE, from Edinburgh, for Surveyors to superintend Merchant-Ships while building, and while preparing for Sea.—By Mr. AGLIONBY, from Stockport, against the Sale of Beer Act Amendment Bill.