HC Deb 21 March 1836 vol 32 c438

Bills. Read a second time; Mutiny; Marine Mutiny.

Petitions presented. By Sir GEORGE STRICKLAND, from Doncaster, against a Clause in the English Commutation of Tithes' Bill.—By the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, from Edin- burgh, for Equalizing the Post-Horse Duty By Mr. "WAKLEY, from Dorking, for Remuneration to Medical Men for attending Coroner's Inquests.—Uy Sir GEORGE STRICKLAND, from Walton, for the Repeal of the Soap Duties.—By Mr. HUME, from Londonderry, against any Grant for Building Barracks there; from Hitchin, fit making Landlords liable for the payment of Poor-Rates instead of the Tenants.—By Mr. WALKS, from the Union of Royston, for Extending the time for the Repayment of Sums borrowed by Parishes under the Poor-Law Act.—By Sir WILLIAM MOLESWORTH, from a Number of Places in Cornwall, against the Tithe on Fish caught in the Sea.—By Mr. HUME, from Newtown, Limavacly, for Amending the Laws relating to Forgery; from Chatham, against the Union of Church and State; from Glasgow, for Releasing immediately all Persons Confined for selling Unstamped Publications.—By Mr. WILKS, from Leicester, for perfect Religious Liberty.—By Mr. CURTERES, and several other MEMBERS, from Grin stead, "Wareham, and other Places, —for Relief to the Dissenters; also against the Additional Duty on Spirit Licences.—By Colonel GORE LANGSTON, Sir G. STRICKLAND, Messrs. HUME and WILKS, and Several other How. MEMBERS,—for the Repeal of the Duty on Newspaper Stamps.—By Colonel GORE LANGSTON, from Persons at South Bonham and Mills, against having been Disfranchised at the last Revision of Voters for the County of Somerset.