HC Deb 30 March 1838 vol 42 c156

Petitions presented. By Mr. WARBURTON, from Eye, in favour of the Ballot.—By Mr. WHITLEY DUNDAS, from Newmarket and Mold, by Mr. EASTHOPE, from three places in Leicestershire, by Mr. PEASE, by Sir H. VIVIAN, by MR. BROTHERTON, by Mr. BAINES, by Mr. A. WHITE, by Colonel PERCRVAL, by Alderman COPELAND, by Mr. HARVEY, by Colonel CONOLLY, by Mr. PENDARVES, by Lord DALMENY, by Dr. LUSHINGTON, (43) by Sir G. STRICKLAND, (25) by Sir G. STAUNTON, and by Lord C. FITZROY, from various places, for the immediate Abolition of Negro Apprenticeship.—By Mr. WALLACE, from a place in Scotland, against the Justice of Peace (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir C. STYLE, from Scarborough, for the Repeal of the Duty on Marine Insurances.—By Colonel CONOLLY, from a place in Westmeath, against the system of National Education in Ireland.—By Mr. T. DUNCOMBE, from inhabitants of the Borough of Finsbury, complaining of the plunder and deterioration of Church Property.—By Mr. GILLON, from Edinburgh and forty-four other places, against any further endowments in the Church of Scotland.—By General SHARPE, from several places in Scotland, by Mr. GROTE, from the Campbeltown Voluntary Church Association, and by Sir H. PARNELL, from Dundee, against further endowments in the Church of Scotland.