HC Deb 23 March 1837 vol 37 c708

Bills. Read a second time:—Dublin Police.

Petitions presented. By the LORD ADVOCATE, from Mussel-burgh, for Small Debts (Scotland) Bill; and for Repeal of Duty on Fire Insurances.—By Mr. DIVETT, from Exeter, for Repeal of Duty on Fire Insurances.—By Mr. TEASE, from Whitby, for establishing a Fund for the Relief of Widows of Officers of Excise.—By Mr. ROBERT FERGUS-SON, from fife, for suspending the Act of Sederunt.—By Mr. STANDISH BARRY, from Kanturk, for Abolition of Tithes (Ireland); for Vote by Ballot; and for Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. HUME, from Ilfracombe, for Relieving the Proprietors of the Shipping Gazette, for the Postage of Letters containing only Commercial Intelligence.—By Sir R. VYVYAN, from Bristol, for better regulation of Bristol Court of Conscience.—By Lord Viscount MORPETH, from the University of Dublin, for conferring the Right of Voting for Members for the University, on those who have or who may in future obtain Moderatorships in the University of Dublin.—By Mr. HINDLEY and Mr. ARTHUR TREVOR, from various places, for Exemption from the Operation of Poor-law Act.—By Mr. ARTHUR TREVOR, from Paulsferry, for separating that Parish from the Pollsbury and Stoney Stratford Union, and adding to the Towcester Union.—By Mr. GRANVILLE, against the Abolition; and by Mr. HINDLEY and other Hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for the Abolition of Church-rates.—By Sir R. VYVYAN and other Hon. MEM- BERS, from various places, against the proposed Measure.—By Mr. WARBURTON and Mr. WILKS, from various places, for the proposed Measure for the Abolition of Church-rates.