HC Deb 21 March 1838 vol 41 c1116

MINUTES. Petitions presented. By Mr. BAINES, from five parishes in Yorkshire, for alterations in the Factory Act.—By Sir A. DALRYMPLE, from Brighton, complaining of the operation of the Poor-laws.—by Mr. GIBSON, from Ipswich, by Mr. MORRIS, from Carmarthen, from West Malling, and other places in Kent, by Mr. HODGES, by Mr. BRISCOE, by Mr. HAWES, from Walworth, from Congregations in Lambeth, and by Mr. PROTHEROE, and Mr. LUSHINGTON, from various places, for the abolition of Negro Apprenticeship.—By Mr. MONEYPENNY, from Rye, against including that Borough in the Boundary Bill.—By Mr. BROTHERTON, from Owners of Cottages in Salford, against the Rating of Tenements Bill; from the Congregation of Baptists in Oldham-road, Ashton-under-Lyne, for the abolition of Negro Apprenticeship.—By Mr. M. PHILIPS, from Manchester, to the same effect.—By Lord DALMENY, from Dunfermline, from the United Secession Congregation of Inverkeithing, and from the Mayor, and Town Council of the borough of Stirling, against additional Endowments to the Church of Scotland.—By Mr. WAKLEY, from the Working Men of Greenock, for Universal Suffrage, repeal of the Corn-laws, Short Parliaments, and Vote by Ballot; from Preston, in favour of Universal Suffrage; and from the Working Men's Association in Middleton, for a mitigation of the sentence on the Glasgow Cotton-spinners.—By Mr. HAWES, from Postmasters, praying for an equalization of the Stage-coach duty; and from his Constituents, to institute an immediate inquiry into the present mode of conducting Election Committees.