HC Deb 09 May 1834 vol 23 c779

Bill. Read a second time:—Administration of Justice in Boroughs.

Petitions presented. By Sir JOHN HANMER, from Whitchurch, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest, and the Repeal of the Malt Tax; from Shrewsbury and Manchester, for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Messrs. YOUNG, CLAY, and BROUGHAM, from several Parishes, against the POOR LAWS Amendment Bill.—By Mr. BUXTON, from Officers and Clerks in the Audit and Admiralty Offices, against the Pensions Civil Offices Bill.—By Mr. HUTT, from Kingston-upon-Hull, for the Repeal of the Tea Duties Act.—By Mr. FAZAKERLY, from Peterborough, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from the Linen Weavers of Dundee, for a Law to fix the Rate of Payment.—By Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY, Sir JAMES SCARLETT, Messrs. HUMPHERY, CLAY, WATSON, SCHOLEFIELD, and BARNARD, from a Number of Places,—against the Poor Laws Amendment Bill.—By Mr. GEORGE EVANS, from Skerries, for Relief to the Irish Fishing Interest.—By Mr. ROTCH, from several Places, against Trades' Unions.—By Captain PAGET and Mr. WALKER, from Anglesea and Bury,—against the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. WALKER and Mr. POULETT THOMSON, from several Places, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY, from a Friendly Society in London, for the Amendment of the Act relating to Friendly Societies.—By Mr. EDWARD STEWART, from Wigton, against the present System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Messrs. COTES and BAINES, from several Dissenting Congregations,—for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Captain PAGET, from Anglesey, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest, and a Reduction of Taxation.—By Mr. JAMES OSWALD, from Glasgow, for Equalizing the Duty on East and West-India Produce; from the same Place, for a Clause in the Poor Laws Amendment Bill to disqualify Persons born elsewhere from acquiring a Settlement in Scotland; from the Medical Practitioners of Glasgow, for Amending the defective Constitution of Medical Corporations; from Gavan, against the Separation between Church and State.