HC Deb 09 June 1834 vol 24 c320

Bills. Read a second time:—Weights and Measures (Ireland); Lancaster Court of Common Pleas; Escheats; Settled Estates.—Read a third time:—Administration of Justice in Boroughs; Landed Securities (Ireland); Justices of the Peace.

Petitions presented. By Sir GEORGE GREY, from two Places, against the Poor Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. JOHN MAXWELL, from Kirkintillock, for securing a part of Church room to those who pay for the building of the Churches.—By Mr. COLQUHOUN, from Greenock, for Endowed Lecturerships in Towns where there are no Universities.—By Mr. NICHOLL, from Glamorgan, for exempting Lime from the payment of Toll.—By Sir ANDREW AGNEW, from Almondbury, against any Individual in his Majesty's Service being compelled to attend the Religious Services of Roman Catholics Abroad; from Port Patrick, for Regulating the Nomination of Ministers to Churches (Scotland).—By Sir WILLIAM FOLKES, from several Places, for a Clause in the Tithes Commutation Bill.—By General ARBUTHNOT, from the Synod of Angus and Mearne, against any Alteration in the Law of Patronage in Scotland.—By Captain DUNLOP, from Renfrew, in favour of the Sabbath Observance Bill.—By Mr. BLAKE, from Galway, for a Better System of Pilotage in the Bay and Harbour of Galway; from the same, for a Canal between Galway and Loch Corrib; also against the Tithes (Ireland) Bill; from three Places, for the Abolition of Tithes.—By Mr. COLQUHOUN, and General ARBUTHNOT, from several Places, for an Increase of Salary to the Parochial Schoolmasters.—By Sir THOMAS FREE-MANTLE, Colonel LEITH HAY, Messrs. FINCH, HAWKES, WILSON PATTEN, and NICHOLL, from several Places,—against the Universities' Admission Bill.—By Mr. CUTLAR FERGUSSON, and Mr. COLQUHOUN, from several Places, for a Better System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Mr. E. ROMILLY, from Newport (Monmouth); and by Lord ARTHUR LENNOX, from Chichester,—against Church Rates, the Dissenters' Marriages Bill, and the Registry of Births Bill.—By Mr. COTES, from Wellington, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. RUMBOLT, from Great Yarmouth, against the Merchant Seamen paying Sixpence to Greenwich Hospital.—By Mr. WILSON PATTEN, from Ulverston, against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Lord ARTHUR LENNOX, Messrs. NEELD, COTES, HAWKES, and FORSTER, from several Places,—for Protection to the Church of England.—By Lord ARTHUR LENNOX, Messrs. DASHWOOD, E. ROMILLY, and HODGSON, from several Places,—against the Proposed Measure of Church Rates.—By Lord WILLIAM LENNOX, and Mr. CUNLIFFE LISTER, from several Places,—for putting the Retailers of Beer on a Footing with Licensed Victuallers.—By Mr. E. ROMILLY, and Mr. PARKER, from Usk and Sheffield,—for amending the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. G. W. WOOD, Mr. COTES, and Mr. PARKER,—against any Alteration in the Sale of Beer Act.—By Lord ARTHUR LENNOX, Sir THOMAS FREEMANTLE, Mr. J. MAXWELL, and Mr. BONHAM CARTER, from several Places,—against Drunkenness.—By Sir WILLIAM FOLKES, Messrs. G. W. WOOD, HEATHCOTE, BETHEL, HAWKES, WILSON PATTEN, and WALTER, from a Number of Places,—against the Poor Law Amendment Bill.