HC Deb 17 June 1834 vol 24 c492

Petitions presented. By Mr. BROTHERTON, from Salford, against the County Coroners' Bill.—By Mr. LITTLETON, from Dundalk, for Quays, Docks, and other Buildings, to that Port; from Harborne, for equalizing County Rates.—By Mr. CHARLES GRANT, from the East-India Company, for allowing the Importation of Sugar from the East at the same Rate of Duties as from the West Indies.—By Sir JOHN WROTTESLEY, from Brewood, for a Clause in the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Lord JERMYN, from several Places, against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Mr. EWART, from the Debtors in Lancaster Gaol, for the Abolition of Imprisonment for Debt.—By Sir EDWARD KNATCHBULL, from several Individuals, in favour of the Tithe Commutation Bill.—By Mr. KEMEYS TYNTE, from Yeovil, for Vote by Ballot; from the Creditors of the Tolls of the Wiveliscombe Turnpike, against the Lime Toll Exemption Bill.—By Mr. WALKER, from Walmersley, against the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. DUNLOP, from Kilmarnock, in favour of the Bankrupt-Laws (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. FERGUSON, from Kirkaldy, for relieving Royal Burghs from maintaining Prisoners sent from beyond their respective Boundaries; from the Linen Weavers of the same, for fixing a Standard of Wages.—By Mr. E. G. S. STANLEY, Mr. THICKNESSE, and Mr. WALKER, from several Places, for improving the Practice in Lancaster Court of Common Pleas.—By Captain YORKE, from Landed Proprietors of Cambridge County, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest; from Swaffham Prior, for amending the Sale of Beer Act; from March, Isle of Ely, against Drunkenness.—By Mr. J. SMITH, from Newport Pagnell, against the proposed Measure of Church Rates.—By Lord ROBERT MANNERS, Lord GRIMSTON, Lord BRUDENELL, Lord ASHLEY, Lord E. BRUCE, Lord HENNIKER, Sir ROBERT INGLIS, Sir EDWARD KNATCHBULL, Sir JOHN TYRELL, Sir JOHN WALSH, Captain YORKE, Messrs. BANKES, R. TREVOR, HERBERT, J. MARTIN, W. PATTEN, and HOPE, from a Number of Places,—against the Universities Admission Bill, against the Claims of the Dissenters, against the Separation of Church and State, and for Protection to the Established Church.