HC Deb 12 May 1837 vol 38 c821

Bills. Read a third time:—Annual Indemnity.

Petitions presented. By Mr. WILKS, from the neighbourhood of Boston, against Church-rates.—By Mr. WARBURTON, from John Stevenson, Surgeon, of Limerick, against the power invested in the Apothecaries' Company of Dublin.—By Mr. PEASE, from Methodists in Durham, for the abolition of Church-rates, and the better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. W. MILES, from Blackburn, against the Ministerial plan respecting Church-rates.—By Mr. W. PATTEN, from Lancaster, for a repeal of the Duty on Raw Cotton.—By Sir GEORGE CLERK, from Dundee and Falkirk, against the Municipal Corporations (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir R. BATESON, from parishes in Antrim and Down, against the system of National Education in Ireland; and from Londonderry, complaining of the existence of the National Association.—By Mr. TENNANT, from shareholders of the Agricultural Bank of Ireland, praying that they might be at liberty to go in immediately before the standing orders Committee, in order to prove the truth of their allegations against the Agricultural Bank.—By Mr. S. O'BRIEN, from Croome and other parishes in the county of Limerick, for abolition of Tithes.—And by Mr. GROTE, from a parish in London, against Church-rates; and one from certain Debtors in White-cross-street prison, in favour of the Imprisonment for Debt Bill.