HC Deb 12 February 1838 vol 40 c1005

Bills. Read a second time:—First Fruits and Tenths; Waterford House of Industry.—Read a third time:—Banking Co-partnership.

Petitions presented. By Mr. LEADER, from Ayr, and from St. John, Westminster, for a full investigation of the conduct of the Glasgow Cotton-spinners By Mr. SANFORD, from Somersetshire, for Negro Emancipation.—By Sir R. FERGUSSON, from Londonderry, for modifications in the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill By Lord F. EGERTON, from Lancashire, and by Mr. FIELDEN, from parishes and hamlets of Norwich and its vicinity, from Hunston, Donnington, North Mundham, Pagham, Chichester, Sussex, Weston-under-Penyard, Linton (Herefordshire), the city of Hereford, Bromside (Durham), Lockwood (York), Clayton, in the parish of Bradford, Hyde (Chester), Tonge (Lancaster), Huddersfield, from a public meeting at Sheriff-hill, Newcastle, Ossett-cum-Gawthorp (York), Gawthorp, from the township of Fixby, Linthwaite (York), and from Golear, also in Yorkshire, all for the repeal of the New Poor-law.—By Mr. M. PHILIPS, from inhabitants of Manchester, for a system of National Education.—By Sir C. BURRELL, from Worthing, for protection against French Fishermen.—By Mr. HINDLEY, from Ashton-under-Line, and by Lord DUNCAN, from Southampton, for Vote by Ballot.—By Sir G. STRICKLAND, from Ledbury, for the abolition of Negro Apprenticeship.—By Mr. PENDARVES, from St. Ives, for a reduction of the duty on Post-horses By Mr. REDINGTON, from Dundalk, for the abolition of Tithes in Ireland