HC Deb 13 March 1834 vol 22 c125

New Writ ordered. On the Motion of Mr. FRANKLAND LEWIS, for the Borough of Thirsk, in the room of Sir R. FRANKLAND, who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.

Petitions presented. By Sir RICHARD VYVIAN, from Derby, against any Measures likely to weaken the Efficiency of the Established Church.—By Sir HENRY HARDINGE, from Launceston, for Relief from Taxation; and by Mr. BEILBY THOMSON, from Bridlington, to the same effect.—By Sir JOHN JOHNSTONE, from the Medical Practitioners of Scarborough, holding Edinburgh Diplomas, for the Repeal of the Apothecaries Act.—By Mr. WILBRAHAM, GUEST, WYNN, and Alderman WOOD, from the Dissenters of several Places,—for Relief.—By Sir HENRY PARNELL and Mr. MURRAY, from Dundee and Leith,—for the Repeal of the Reciprocity of Duties Act.—By Mr. O'DWYER, from four Places, against Tithes; and for the Repeal of the Union.—By Mr. CURTEIS, from two Places, for the Abolition of Slavery.—By Mr. TALBOT, from Glamorganshire, against any Alteration in the Corn Laws; and from the Shipowners of Sunderland, for a Continuance of the Protecting Duty on the Exportation of Coal.—By Mr. BRISCOE, from several Parishes, for the Repeal of the House and Window Taxes.—By Mr. GILLON, from Falkirk, for the Repeal of the Duty on Baltic Timber; and from Fruchie, for the Exclusion of the Bishops from the House of Lords.—By Mr. A. JOHNSTON, from several Places, against the Tithes on Fish levied at Leith and Newhaven.—By Sir H. PARNELL, from the Carters of Dundee, for the Repeal of the Tax on Horses.—By Mr. S. LEFEVRE, from the Coroners of Southampton, for an Augmentation of their Fees.—By Mr. O'DWYER, from Drogheda, for an Inquiry into the State of the Corporation of that Town.—By Mr. CORTEIS, from a Number of Places, against Tithes.—By Colonel LEITH HAY, Sir H. PARNELL, and Messrs. C. FERGUSSON, GILLON, and A. JOHNSTON, from a Number of Places,—for the Abolition of Lay Patronage in Scotland.—By Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, and Messrs. H. HUGHES, and PENDARVES, from several Places,—for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Sir CHARLES BLUNT, Colonel EDWARDS, Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, Sir T. FREEMANTLE, Sir H. VERNEY, and Messrs. PENDARVES, GREENE, BAINES, GROTE, H. CURTEIS, DUFFIELD, POTTER, BRISCOE, FORSTER, TYNTE, THICKNESSE, HARDY, TALBOT, C. BULLER, and Sir GEORGE STAUNTON, from a Number of Congregations of Dissenters,—for Relief.