HC Deb 20 June 1834 vol 24 c632

New Writs ordered. On the Motion of Mr. CHARLES WOOD, for Finsbury, in place of the Right Hon. ROBERT GRANT, Governor of Bombay; and for Kirkudbright, in the room of ROBERT CUTLAR FERGUSSON, Esq., Judge Advocate.

Bills. Read a second time:—Insolvent Debtors' (Ireland); Roads' Act Amendment (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By Mr. MORGAN O'CONNELL, Mr. RUTHVEN, and Mr. FITZSIMON, from a Number of Places,—against Tithes.—By Mr. HALL DARE, from three Places, against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By the Earl of LINCOLN, from Tenbury, in favour of the Lime Toll Exemption Bill.—By Messrs. HERBERT, PEERS WILLIAMS, and PIGOTT,—from four Places, against the University Admission Bill.—By Mr. SINCLAIR, from three Places, for Protection to the Church of Scotland.—By Messrs. J. BULLER, HERBERT, MILES, and Lord JOHN RUSSELL, from several Places,—against the Separation of Church and State.—By Mr. LISTER, from Keighley, against the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Sir EDWARD KNATCHBULL, Sir JOHN TYRELL, Messrs. DUGDALE, ESTCOURT, STANLEY, BARING, and BETHELL, from a Number of Places,—for Protection to the Church of England.—By Mr. HILL, and Serjeant SPANKIE, from three Dissenting Congregations, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. CHAPMAN, from Westmeath, for amending the Grand Juries (Ireland) Act.—By Mr. CAVENDISH, from Stony Middleton, in favour of the Lord's Day Observance Bill.—By Mr. ROBINSON, from a District of Lower Canada, for a Better Administration of the Law.—By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, the Marquess of CHANDOS, Mr. GOULBURN, and Captain CHETWYND, from a Number of Places,—against the Universities' Admission Bill.—By Lord HENNIKER, and Mr. ESTCOURT, from several Places,—against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, Mr. GOULBURN, and the Marquess of CHANDOS, from several Places,—for Protection to the Established Church.—By Messrs. SLANEY, HARDY, and BAYLEY, from several Places,—against altering the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. RUTHVEN, from Killelagh, for an Inquiry into the State of their Corporation.—By Sir CHARLES BURRBELL, and Mr. R. PALMER,—for amending the Sale of Beer Act,—By Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, from Staffordshire, for exempting Coal Mines from the Payment of Poor Rates.—By Sir RICHARD VIVIAN, and Mr. CHARLES RUSSELL, against the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Lord JOHN RUSSELL, from South Hams, against the Tithes Commutation Bill.—By Mr. Sergeant SPANKIE, from the Society of Parish Clerks, against the General Register Bill.—By Mr. MORGAN O'CONNELL, from several Places, for the Repeal of the Union.—By Colonel EVANS, from a Metropolitan Parish, for Inquiry into the Causes of Drunkenness.—By Mr. LENNARD, from Maldon, against the proposed Measure of Church Rates.—By the Marquess of CHANDOS, and Colonel EVANS, from several Places,—in favour of the Lord's Day Observance Bill.—By Colonel EVANS, from Westminster, for a Clause in the Justices of the Peace Bill.—By Mr. CLAY, from St. Ann's, Limehouse, against the Board of Sewers.—By Lord JOHN RUSSELL, from two Places, for Relief to the Dissenters.