HC Deb 25 July 1834 vol 25 c475

New Writ ordered. For the Eastern Division of Gloucestershire, in the room of Sir WILLIAM GUISE, Baronet, deceased.

Bills. Read a third time:—Newspapers Postage; Quare Impedit Actions; Friendly Societies.—Read a second time:—Dean Forest; Arms Importation (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By Sir JOHN TYRELL, and Messrs. FINCH, MILES, and FORSTER, from several Places, for Protection to the Church of England.—By Mr. MILES, from Whittington, against; and by Mr. WILKS, from Llannely,—in favour of the Dissenters.—By Mr. D. O'CONNOR, and Mr. F. SHAW, from several Places, for Protection to the Irish Protestant Church.—By Captain DUNLOP, from Renfrew, against a Local Act; from Kilmarnock, for Relief to the Handloom Weavers.—By Mr. COBBETT, from Eye, against a Clause in the Highway Act; from Kilgureer, against Tithes in Ireland.—By Lord JOHN RUSSELL, from Hitchen and Potter, for placing Retailers of Beer on a footing with Licensed Victuallers.—By Mr. WILKS, from Frampton, for an Inquiry into the Charitable Funds in that Place; from Holbeach, against the Church Rates Bill.—By Sir GEORGE MURRAY, from two Places, for Protection to the Church of Scotland.—By Mr. BUCKINGHAM, and Dr. LUSHINGTON, from two Places,—against Drunkenness.—By Dr. LUSHINGTON, and Mr. CHARLES RUSSELL, from Ampthill, and Castle Tonington, for Protection from Incendiaries.—By Mr. BUCKINGHAM, from the Corporation of Dublin, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. SHEIL, from the Catholic Clergy of Killala, for Assistance to form a Seminary in that Diocese.—By Mr. CHRISTMAS, from Waterford, for Parliamentary Papers.—By Mr. PETER, from Penzance and St. Ives, for the Repeal of the Reciprocity of Duties Act.—By Sir H. CAMPBELL, from Renfrew, against the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By the ATTORNEY GENERAL, from the Debtors in the King's Bench Prison, for causing the Discharge of those Debtors who have petitioned for and are entitled to it.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from the Chamber of Commerce, Manchester, and from Staley Bridge, for the Repeal of the Duty on Cotton Wool.—By Mr. ABERCROMBY, from the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce, against the Bankrupts (Scotland) Bill.