HC Deb 12 March 1835 vol 26 cc879-80

MINUTES.] Bills. Read a first time:—Witness Indemnity.—Read a second time:—Transfer of Aids and Exchequer Bills.

Petitions presented. By Mr. THOMAS DUNCOMBE, from St. Margaret's, Clorkenwell, and from the Butchers of Finsbury; by Mr. WILLIAMS, from the Inhabitants of Clorkenwell; by Mr. WODEHOUSE, from the Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Dunstan, Strand; by Sir JACOB ASTLEY, from the Inhabitants of Holborn, Stepney, St. Luke's, Whitechapel, Hackney, and Mile-end; and by Sir FRANCIS BURDETT and Mr. PATTISON, from Parishes in Westminster, and Loudon.—By Colonel DAMER, from 124 Butchers; by Mr. LYNCH, from the Vice Chancellor and Members of the Inns of Court; by Mr. ROLFE, from Inhabitants of the Liberty of the Rolls; by Mr. HANDLEY, from Graziers of Lincoln and of Grantham; and from 1,060 Bankers, Merchants, and Tradesmen of the City of London,—praying for the Removal of Smithfield Market.—By Mr. TOOKE, from St. Andrew's, Holborn; and by the Sheriff's of London for the Amendment of an Act for the Relief of poor Debtors in London, and for the Amendment of the Sheriffs'Court.—By Mr. SHARMAN CRAWFORD, from the Parish of Drumboe in the County of Down, for the Extinction of Tithes, and the Regium Donum, and by Mr. CUMMIN BRUCE and Mr. PRINGLE, from the Synod of the Mearns, the Presbytery of Forfar, and three other Places, praying for the Extension of Church Accommodation in Scotland.