HC Deb 08 June 1837 vol 38 c1247

Petitions Presented. By Mr. TULK, from Poole, for a reform in the Church, against the abolition of Church-Rates.—By Mr. WILLIAMS, from the city of London, for a reform in the Corporation.—By Mr. WILKS, from dissenting congregations in Leicestershire, for the abolition of Church-rates.—By Dr. BOWRING, from the town council of Glasgow, to have Glasgow excluded from the Scotch Gaol's Bill.—By Sir LOVE PARRY, from a place in Carnarvon, for a reform in the Church.—By Lord BENTINCK, from the Merchant's-house of Glasgow, complaining of the present mode of soliciting Private Bills through that House.—By Mr. GROTE, from the parish of Edgware, and from St. George, Hanover-square, praying for an equalisation of the Land-tax.—By Mr. W. DUNCOMBE, from 700 innkeepers of the counties of York, Northumberland, Leicester, and Northampton, for a revision and consolidation of all the Acts of Parliament which govern their trade; and also two from places in the West Riding of Yorkshire, against the abolition of Church-rates.