HC Deb 07 December 1837 vol 39 c746

Bill. Read a second time:—Houses of Parliament.

Petitions presented. By Colonel EVANS, from the Westminster Electors, for Vote by Ballot, and Extension of the Suffrage, and Short Parliaments.—By Sir W. MOLESWORTH, from Edinburgh, against considering the Reform Act as a final measure.—By Mr. LAW HODGES, from Tenterden, Kent, against the Spottiswoode Subscription Fund; and against the present system of Bribery at Elections.—By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, from the Members of the Manx Bar, against the annexation of the Bishopric of Sodom and Man to that of Carlisle.—By Mr. BAINES, from Leeds, against the Duties on Wool and Olive Oil By Mr. O'CONNELL, from Halesworth, East Suffolk, for the suppression of Bribery at Elections—By Mr. BARNARD, for the effectual and final Abolition of Slavery.