HC Deb 02 March 1836 vol 31 c1132

Petitions presented. By Mr. R. WALLACH, from Greenock, against the Dublin Steam-Packet Bill; from the same Place, and from Trowbridge, for the Repeal of the Duty on Newspapers.—By Captain WINNINGTON, from Worcester; and by Mr. BAINES, from the Methodists of the same Place, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. R. PALMES, from three Places, and by Mr. G. J. HEATHCOTE, from Boston, for the Protection of Agriculture.—By Mr. WILLIAM MILES, from Devizes; and by Mr. H. PALMER, from several Places, for the Amendment of the Poor-Taw-Amendment Act.—By Colonel GORE LANGTON and Mr. WILLIAM MILLS, from a Number of Places, for the Better Registration of Voters.—By Mr. W. MILES, from the Medical Practitioners of Frome, for Remuneration on attending Coroners' Inquests.—By the same, Mr. SHAW LEFEVRE, Mr. ELPHINSTONE, Mr. LAW HODGES, and two other MEMBERS, from a Number of Places, against the Additional Duty on Spirit Licenses,