HC Deb 26 July 1838 vol 44 c646

Bills. Read a second time:—Oaths Validity.—Read a third time:—Gibraltar Lighthouse; Judges Jurisdiction; Extension.

Petitions presented. By Mr. BAINES, from Huddersfield and Macclesfield, by Mr. MILLS, from Malmesbury, by Lord TEIGNMOUTH, from Bayswater, by Lord MORPETH, from Doncaster, by Sir F. BURDETT, from Bradford, by Mr. G. W. WOOD, from Kendal, and by Lord ROBERT GROSVENOR, from Chester, against encouraging Idolatry in India.—By Mr. C. LUSHINGTON, from five Inhabitants of Scarborough, to be protected from a notification signed by the Clergymen in the neighbourhood of Scarborough, that the Registration Act was not evidence of Baptism.—By Mr. BAINES, from Huddersfield, and by Sir C. LEMON, from Penzance, and other places in Cornwall, against the Beer Act.—By Mr. LEIGH, from the Rural Dean and Clergy of Malmesbury, against the Parochial Assessments Bill.—By Mr. WARD, from Bangor, in the province of Ulster, in favour of the Appropriation Principle.—By Viscount MORPETH, from Temperance Socie- ties in Dublin, against the Suspension of the Spirit Licences Act.—By Sir T. D. ACLAND, from Bath, against the grant of any further powers to the Ecclesiastical Commissioners; from the Clergy of an Archdeaconry in Somersetshire, against the Parochial Assessments Bill.—By Mr. HUME, from Kilkenny, that the Banking system in Ireland might be placed on the same footing as in England and Scotland.—By Sir INGLIS, several, from different bodies of Clergy, by Mr. GOULBURN, from Clergymen of an Archdeaconry in the Diocese of Exeter, from Clergymen in the northern division of the Diocese of London, and from Clergymen in the western division of the Diocese of Oxford, against the Parochial Assessments Bill; from Brailesford (Derbyshire), against the Annual Grant to Maynooth College; and from Preston, in favour of an Amended Factory Bill.—By Captain ALSAGER from the Rural Deanery of Andover, against the Parochial Assessments Bill.