HC Deb 07 May 1834 vol 23 c686

Bill. Read a second time:—Spring Quarter Sessions.

Petitions presented. By Mr. CARTWRIGHT, Mr. HOULDSWORTH, Mr. TODD, Mr. MILES, Lord Viscount EBRINGTON, Lord Viscount HOWICK, Mr. DUNCOMBE, Mr. HANDLEY, Mr. PLUMPTREE, Mr. PEASE, the Earl of DARLINGTON, Mr. DIVETT, Mr. BULLER, Mr. STRUTT, Mr. TYNTE, Mr. INGHAM, the Earl of LINCOLN, Sir GEORGE HEATHCOTE, Mr. MATTHIAS ATTWOOD, Mr. TOOKE, Sir FRANCIS BURDETT, Mr. CAYLEY, Lord CAVENDISH, Sir WILLIAM INGILBY, Sir EARDLEY WILMOT, and Messrs. BLAMIRE, DYKE, and JERNINGHAM, from several Places,—against the General Register Bill.—By Mr. RIGBY WASON, Mr. LITTLETON, Sir WILLIAM INGILBY, and Messrs. TYNTE, WEYLAND, DILLWYN, BARNARD, and DASHWOOD, from a Number of Dissenting Congregations,—for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. ROTCH, from two Places, for a Remission of the Sentence on the Dorsetshire Labourers.—By Sir J. ASTLEY, from three Places, for Amending the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from two Places, for putting Retailers of Beer on the same footing as Licensed Victuallers.—By Mr. EMERSON TENNENT and Sir WILLIAM RAE, from Belfast and Rothesay,—for the Repeal of the Reciprocity of Duties Act.—By Sir WILLIAM INGILBY, Sir W. RAE, Sir J. ASTLEY, Mr. SANFORD, and Captain ELLIOT, from several Places,—in favour of the Bill for the Better Observance of the Sabbath, and for extending that Measure to Ireland.—By Mr. E. TENNENT, from several Places, and by Sir W. RAE, from two Places,—for an amended System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Mr. EMERSON TENNENT, from Belfast, for one uniform Duty on all kinds of Tea; from the Handloom Weavers of Belfast, for Relief—By Mr. G. F. YOUNG, from the Females of London, in favour of the Bill for preventing the Employment of Children in Sweeping Chimneys.—By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from Strathmiglo, for the Repeal of the Corn Laws.—By Mr. RIGBY WASON, from the Unitarians of Ipswich, against the proposed Measure concerning Church Rates.—By Mr. BROCKLEHURST, from the Retailers of Beer of two Places, to be put upon the same footing as Licensed Victuallers.—By Mr. BAINES, from several Places, against Trades' Unions.—By Sir RICHARD SIMEON, from the Isle of Wight, for Amending the Friendly Societies Act.—By Mr. WYNN, from the Southern Part of the County of Denbigh, for the Repeal of the Duty on Bricks; from several Places, against any Measures likely to weaken the efficiency of the Established Church.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from the Jews of Manchester, for the Removal of their Civil Disabilities.—By the same, and Mr. BANNERMAN, from Manchester and Kilmarnock, for the Repeal of the Corn Laws.—By Mr. DUNLOP, from several Schoolmasters, for an Augmentation of their Stipends.—By Captain ELLIOT, from Hawick, for Amending the Factories Regulation Act.—By Mr. MORRISON, from several Places, against the Measure relating to Church Rates.—By Mr. PRYME, from two Places, for giving to Rate-payers the right to elect Churchwardens and Overseers.—By Mr. CHARLES FITZSIMON, from two Places, for the Abolition of Tithes.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from the Surgeons of the Manchester Infirmary, for Placing it on the same Footing with regard to Certificates, as the Hospitals of London and other Places.—By Mr. JOHN PHILPOTTS, from three Parishes in the City of Gloucester, for the Repeal of the Window Duty.—By Sir JOHN ASTLEY, from several Places, for the Repeal of the Malt Duty.—By Mr. ROSS, from Montrose, for Exempting Fishing Vessels from Light-House Dues.