HC Deb 23 May 1834 vol 23 cc1272-3

New Writ ordered. On the Motion of Colonel PERCEVAL, for the County of Fermanagh, in the room of General ARCHDALL, who had accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.

Bills. Read a first time:—Landed Securities (Ireland).—Read a second time:—House Tax Repeal; Church Temporalities (Ireland) Act Amendment; Newspaper Stamps (Ireland); Sale of Fish.

Petitions presented. By Mr. RIGBY WASON, Sir JAMES SCARLETT, Mr. LANGSTON, Colonel LYGON, Mr. CHARLES WOOD, Mr. HUMPHRIES, and Sir GEORGE SKIPWITH, from several Places,—against Clauses in the Poor Laws Amendment Bill.—By Sir EARDLEY WILMOT and Mr. HENRY LYTTON BULWER, from Persons engaged in the Ribbon Trade,—for a Board of Trade, and for Relief.—By Mr. ROTCH, from Bradford, against Trades' Unions.— By Mr. CLAY, from the Tower Hamlets, for an Alteration in the Law of Landlord and Tenant; from Tottenham, against Employing Children in the Sweeping of Chimneys.—By Mr. BRISCOE, from Croydon, for an Inquiry into the State of the Medical Profession.—By Mr. TOOKE, from two Places, against the Tithe Commutation Bill; from two Places, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By the same, and Mr. LITTLETON, from several Places,—for Amending the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. LITTLETON, from two Places, against County Rates.—By Mr. CLAY, from a Dissenting Congregation, against Church Rates; and from several others, for Relief to the Dissenters; from Poplar, for Amending the Metropolitan Police Act; from St. George's, Middlesex; and by Mr. GASKELL, from two Places, against the Poor Laws Amendment Bill.