HC Deb 27 June 1834 vol 24 c913

Petitions presented. By Mr. WARBURTON, from Bridport, against Employing Children in Sweeping Chimneys; from Dumfries, and two other Places, for an Inquiry into the Medical Profession; from Bridport, and by Mr. ROBERTS, from Maidstone, against the Church Rates Bill.—By Mr. R. TREVOR, from one Place, for Protection to the Established Church—By Lord SANDON, from Liverpool; and by Mr. BLAMIRE, from Frome, Selwood,—against a Clause in the Poor-Law Amendment Bill—By Mr. ELLICE, from Foleshill, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Lord SANDON, from Liverpool, against the Universities Admission Bill.—By Sir D. K. SANDFORD, from the Schoolmasters of Paisley, for an increased Stipend.—By Mr. GULLY, from Arkworth, against the Sale of Beer Act Amendment Bill.—By Sir ANDREW AGNEW, from two Places, against Drunkenness.—By Mr. HARDY, from Bradford, in favour of Captain Atcheson.—By Sir HARRY NEALE, Messrs. GOULBURN, PARKER, MOSTYN, BYNG, and F. SHAW, from a Number of Places,—for Protection to the Church of England.—By Admiral FLEMING, from Balfour, for a Separation of Church and State; from two Places, for altering the Reform (Scotland) Act.—By Admiral ADAM, from Clackmannan, for an Alteration in the Game Laws.—By Sir ANDREW AGNEW, from a Number of Places, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. PARKER, and Mr. HALL DARE, from four Places,—against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Mr. T. ATTWOOD, from Stoke-upon-Trent, for remitting the Sentence of the Dorchester Labourers; from Birmingham, for amending the Friendly Societies Act.—By Colonel PERCEVAL, from Sligo, for an Inquiry into the State of the Irish Fisheries.—By Mr. G. LANGTON, from Shepton Mallet, for an Inquiry into the Charities of that Town.—By Mr. A. SANFORD, from Taunton, against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Mr. R. N. SHAWE, and Sir JAMES GRAHAM, from three Places,—for Relief to the Agricultural Interest.—By the former, from several Places, against the Church Rates Bill.—By Mr. TOOKE, from Jamaica, for compensating Congregations for the Destruction of their Chapels.—By Mr. DUFFIELD, Mr. HALL DARE, and Mr. R. N. SHAWE,—against Clauses in the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from three Places, for an Alteration in the present System of Church Patronage in Scotland; from Dundee, in favour of the Bankrupts (Scotland) Bill—By Mr. BLACKBURNE, from Huddersfield, against the Sentence passed upon Captain Atcheson and Lieutenant Dawson.—By Sir A. HOPE, from Linlithgow, for Protection to the Church of Scotland.