HC Deb 20 July 1838 vol 44 c381

Bills. Read a first time:—Sale of Spirits Licences by Retail Act Suspension.—Read a second time:—Arms (Ireland); and Gunpowder (Ireland).—Read a third time:—Fisheries (Ireland); Fines and Recognizances (Ireland); Loan Societies (Ireland); and Public Records.

Petitions presented. By Mr. E. TENNENT, from the Wesleyan Methodists of Belfast, by Mr. J. H. LOWTHER, Mr. BRISCOE, Mr. ETWALL, Sir F. TRENCH, Mr. W. O. STANLEY, and Mr. J. PARKER, several petitions, from various places, to put an end to Idolatry in India.—By Sir E. WILMOT, from Guardians of the Poor of the Union of Perchard, complaining of an Order not to allow the poor to attend the Parish Church.—By Mr. Vomit% from Spirit Dealers of Cavan, complaining of Grievances.—By Mr. FIELDER, several, from places in the North of England, praying for a Ten Hours Factory Bill.—By Mr. GILLON, from several Postmasters, complaining of the pressure of the Post-horse Duties.—By Sir D. ROCHE, from the Distillers and Spirit Dealers of Limerick, against the Spirit Licence Act in Ireland.—By Mr. G. PALMER, from the Marshal, and other Officers of the Palace Court, against the Imprisonment for Debt Abolition Bill, and praying for Compensation.—By Viscount SANDON, from the Corporation of Liverpool, against certain Clauses in the Imprisonment for Debt Abolition Bill; from the Bolton and Leeds Railway Company, against the Mails on Railways Bill.

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