HC Deb 15 April 1839 vol 47 c2

Bills. Read a first time:—Purchasers Protection; Registration of Electors Scotland); Fictitious Votes (Scotland)

Petitions presented. By Messrs. G. Evans, M. J. O'Connell, Curry, Archbold, Jephson, D. Browne, Vigors, Ashton, Yates, Bellew, H. Grattan, Macnamara, Power, Barry, Reddington, Walker, Fitzsimon, Somers, O'Connor Don, D. Roche, Shell, Smith, O'Brien, and O'Connell, Sir William Somerville, and Sir Charles Styles, from more than four hundred places, in support of her Majesty's Government in Ireland.—By Mr. Lytton, from Dublin, Colonel Verner, from Armagh, Mr. Blackburn, from Warrington, and Sir Robert Bateson, from Dublin, and Mr. Dunbar, from Belfast, against the Ministerial Policy in Ireland.—By Messrs. Elliot, Pease, Childers, A. Chapman, Baines, and Gillon, from a number of places, for a Uniform Penny Postage.—By Sir Robert Inglis, from the Clergy of Tavistock, for Protection to the Church in the Coloni.—By Mr. Gillon, from Lanark, in favour of the Prisons (Scotland) Bill; and from Perth, against any further Grant to the Church of Scotland.—By Mr. Chalmers, from several places, to the same effect.— By Lord Stanley, from Rochdale, for postponing the question before the House until the Inquiry in the House of Lords be over.

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