HC Deb 08 March 1837 vol 37 c76

Bills. Read a second time:—County Bridges.

Petitions presented. By Mr. JOHN FIELDEN, from Oldham. —By Mr. G. PALMER, and other Hon. MEMBEBS, from many places, against the New Poor-law Act.—By Captain ALSAGER, from Merchants in London, for the better Regulation of Steamers.—By Mr. SCHOLEFIELD, from the Birmingham Union Gift Society, for Amendment of Benefit Societies' Act.—By Mr. Sergeant JACKSON, from Cork, Cloyne, and Ross, against the present system of Education (Ireland).—By Mr. SCHOLEFIELD, Mr. LEADER, and other Hon. MEMBERS, from Birmingham, Leicester, and other places, for Repeal of Duty on Soap.—By Sir OSWALD MOSELEY, and other Hon. MEMBERS, from Uttoxeter, and other places, against County Rates Bill.—By Mr. COLLIER, from Plymouth; and Mr. WALLACE, from Greenock, for Alteration of the Law relating to Bonding Warehouses.—By Mr. FITZGIBBON, Mr. O'CONNELL, and other Hon. MEMBERS, from various places, in favour of Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Sergeant JACKSON and Mr. HAMILTON, from St. Mark, St. Anne, St, George, Dublin, against the said Bill.—By Mr. HASTIE, and other Hon. MEMBERS, from Paisley, Wigan, and other places, for Repeal of the Duty on Cotton Wool.—By Viscount SANDON, from Liverpool Guardian Society, against Imprisonment for Debt Bill.—By Colonel BUTLER and Sir SAMUEL WHALLEY, from Grange and Grove Kells, for Vote by Ballot.—By Colonel BUTLER, Mr. O'CONNELL, and Mr. MORGAN JOHN O'CONNELL, from Donamaggan, and various other places, for Abolition of Tithes (Ireland).—By Viscount SANDON, and other Hon. MEMBEBS, from London, Liverpool, Stockton, and other places, for Repeal of Duty on Tobacco.—By Mr. HODGSON HINDE, from Isle of Man, against assimilating the Customs Duties of that Island to those of the United Kingdom.— By Mr. ROBERT FERGUSSON, from East Linton and Daley, against the creation of Fictitious Votes (Scotland).—By Mr. POTTER, from Wigan, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws. —By Mr. Fox MAULE, from Dundee and Arbroath, for Repeal of Duty on Fire Insurances; and from Aberfield, for Small Debts (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Fox MAULE, from Dunblane, for a Bill for the Appointment of Magistrates and Councillors to certain Burghs in Scotland.—By Sir GEORGE STRICKLAND, from Randon, Huddersfield, for Repeal of Duty on Foreign Wool and Olive Oil.—By Captain ALSAGER, and several other Hon. MEMBERS, from Kingston-upon-Thames, and various other places, against the Abolition of Church-rates.—By Mr. HASTIE, from Paisley, for a Steam Communication to India; and also from the same place, against any further Endowments to the Church of Scotland.—By Lord GBANVILLE SOMERSET, from Crawley, in support of Church-rates.