HC Deb 11 June 1835 vol 28 c654

New Writ ordered. For Hull, in the room of D. CARRUTHERS, Esq., deceased.

Bill. Read a first time:—Education (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By the LORD ADVOCATE, from Traders of Edinburgh, against the Imprisonment for Debt (Scotland) Bill; from the Provost and Town Council of Leith, against the Seamen's Enlistment Bill.—By Sir HUGH CAMPBELL, the LORD ADVOCATE, Sir ANDREW AGNEW, Dr. LUSHINGTON, Mr. CUTLAR FERGUSSON, Captain WEMYSS, the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, General SHARPE, and other MEMBERS, a great Number of Petitions from both, for and against a Grant of Money to provide Church Accommodation in Scotland.—By Colonel GORE LANGTON, from Frome, Selwood, for the Repeal of the Duties on Newspapers.—By Mr. LABOUCHERE, from Cirencester, for further Restrictions on Beer-houses.—By Mr. BRODIE, from two Places in Ireland, in favour of the Church Establishment in that Country—By Lord BRUDENELL, from Axholme and Kettering, complaining of Agricultural Distress.—By Sir GEORGE STRICKLAND, from Keighley, to Repeal the Sentence on the Dorchester Unionists.—By Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY and Mr. HENRY LYTTON BULWER and others, from various Parishes and Places in the Metropolis,—for the Repeal of the Window Duties.