HC Deb 18 June 1834 vol 24 c520

Bills. Read a second time:—Common Fields' Exchange.—Read a third time:—Glasgow Lotteries.

Petitions presented. By Colonel WYNDHAM, from three Places, for Protection to the Church of England.—By Mr. A. SANDFORD, from Common Carriers, and Owners of Waggons, for amending the General Turnpike Act.—By Lord SANDON, Colonel TORBENS, and Mr. GREENE, from several Places, for Amending the Practice in the Lancaster Court of Common Pleas.—By Mr. FAZAKERLEY, from Peterborough, for making Landlords of small Tenements liable for the Payment of Rates.—By Mr. BARING, and Mr. LLOYD, from three Places,—against the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. S. LEFEVRE, from Bentley, for the Repeal of the Sale of Beer Act.—By Colonel LYGON, from Claines, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Sir EDMUND HAYES, and Sir JOHN OWEN, from two Places, against Drunkenness.—By Mr. P. SCROPE, from Stroud, for Repealing the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. FENTON, from several Places, against the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Viscount LOWTHER, and Sir ROBERT INGLIS, from several Places,—against the Universities' Admission Bill.—By Mr. A. PELHAM, from three Places, against any Alteration of the Poor Laws.—By Mr. SHELL, from several Places, for the Repeal of the Union; from a Number of Places, against Tithes.—By Major MARSLAND, from Stockport, for the Repeal of the Duty on Cotton.—By Mr. FEARGUS O'CONNOR, from the Charlotte Street Institution, against the Sentence on the Editors of the True Sun.—By Mr. STUART MACKENZIE, from Dingwall, for an Alteration in the System of Patronage in Scotland.—By Colonel BUTLER, from Kilkenny County, for Redress on account of the Loss by the Failure of the County Treasurers.—By Sir WILLIAM MOLESWORTH, from St. Clere, against the Tithe Commutation Bill; from Launceston, against the undue Influence exercised at the Elections in that Borough.—By Colonel WILLIAMS, Mr. W. FIELDEN, and Mr. FLEETWOOD, from several Places,—for amending the Practice in the Lancaster Court of Common Pleas.—By Messrs. FLEETWOOD and WIGNEY, from Preston and Brighton,—against the Proposed Measure of Church Rates.—By Lord LOWTHER, from Proprietors of Customary Lands in Westmoreland, for amending an Act relative to such Property. —By Lord LOWTHER, Colonel LYGON, Sir ROBERT INGLIS, and Sir JOHN OWEN,—against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Lord DALMENY, from Bradley and Wield, against the Separation of Church and State—By the same, Sir HENRY HARDINGE, Sir ROBERT INGLIS, Lord SEYMOUR, Mr. SANDERSON, and Mr. FLEETWOOD, from several Places,—for Protection to the Church of England.