HC Deb 19 August 1835 vol 30 c672

Bills. Read a second time:—Glass Duties'; Registration of Voters' (Ireland).—Read a third time:—Imprisonment for Debt (Scotland); Arrestment for Wages (Scotland); Tithes Recovery; Tithes on Turnips; Sheriffs' (Ireland); Insolvent Courts'; Wood Duties'; Charities Commissioners'; Special Constables.

Petitions presented. By Mr. F. SHAW and Mr. BARING WALL, from several Places,—against the Church (of Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. M. PHILIPS, from Retailers of Beer in Manchester, for an Equalization of the Hours for opening and closing of Beer Houses.—By Sir G. CLERK, from Bothwell, for an Alteration of the Laws relating to Pew holding.—By Messrs. LENNARD and DIVETT, from two Places,—against the Duty on Spirit Licences—By Mr. AARON CHAPMAN, from Liverpool, against the Light Houses' Bill.—By Dr. LUSHINGTON, from St. Ann's, Limehouse, for a Clause in the Weights and Measures' Bill.—By Mr. SCHOLEFIELD, from a Society of British Artists, against the Appropriation of the National Gallery to the uses of the Royal Academy.—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from St. Mary's, New Ross, against any Alteration in the Timber Duties.—By the same, from Dublin, in favour of;—and by Mr. F. SHAW, from the same Place, against the Municipal Corporations' (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from St. John's, Newfoundland, for a Better Administration of Justice in that Island.—By Lord G. LENNOX, from Sevenoaks, and two other Places, against the Clause in the Poor-Law Amendment Act, relating to the Building of Workhouses; from the Agriculturists of Edenbridge, for Relief.—By Captain PECHELL, from Brighton, for some Legislative Enactment to regulate Fishing.