HC Deb 07 April 1838 vol 42 c474

Petitions presented. By Mr. JAMES, from Stockdale, for the Emancipation of the Negroes.—By Lord CLEMENTS, from parishes in the county of Leitrim, for Corporation Reform, the abolition of Tithes, and Vote by Ballot—By Lord MORPETH, from places in Yorkshire, for an alteration in the Factories' Regulation Act; from places in the county of Cork, for the better regulation of Tithes; from a parish in Dublin, for an alteration in the Grand Jury laws; from Medical Practitioners in Dublin, for an increase of Medical Officers in Charitable Institutions; from Tyrone, for an abolition of Cess; and from several places, for a Poor-law for Ireland.—By Mr. WAKLEY, from Stirling, for a repeal of the duty on Foreign Corn.