HC Deb 14 July 1834 vol 25 c23

Petitions presented. By Lords ROBERT MANNERS, EASTNOR, and OSSULSTON, Sir JAMES SCARLETT, Sir ROBERT INGLTS, Sir RALPH LOPEZ, Colonels JOLLIFFE and VERNER, and Messrs. MOSTYN, A. PELHAM, GEORGE HEATHCOTE, and FINCH, from a Number of Places,—for Protection to the Established Church. By Sir EDMUND HAYES, Sir RALPH LOPEZ, Colonel JOLLIFFE, and Mr. A. PELHAM, from several Places,—against the Separation of Church and State.—By Sir R. INGLIS, and Lord EASTNOR, from two Places,—against the Universities' Admission Bill.—By Mr. J. OSWALD, and Mr. T. DUNCOMBE, from several Places,—against the Church-Rates Bill.—By Mr. R. N. SHAWE, from Suffolk; and by Lord ROBERT MANNERS, from Ashby-de-laZouch,—for Relief to the Agricultural Interest.—By Mr. FEARGUS O'CONNOR, from Kilrush, for Poor-Laws to Ireland.—By Mr. R. OSWALD, from Saltash, against the compulsory Support of Church Establishments; from Stewarttown, for Relief to the Dissenters; from the Hand-Loom Weavers of Newenilus, for a Board of Trade. —By Mr. PLUMPTEE, from Freshford, against compelling Protestant Officers and Soldiers to attend Catholic Ceremonies.—By Mr. MARRYATT, and Mr. P. THOMSON, from the London Dock Company; and from Kingston-upon-Hull, against any Alteration in the Warehousing Act—By Mr. H. HANDLEY, from Gosberton, against compulsory Payments for Supporting a Church Establishment.—By Mr. FORSTER, from London and Birmingham, against the Sale of Beer Act Amendment BilL.—By Mr. T. DUNDAS, from York, against the Friendly Societies Bill.