HC Deb 25 April 1839 vol 47 c511

Petitions presented. By Captain BERKLEY, from Bristol, against the present system of Registering Parliamentary Electors.—By Mr. LITTON, from Kilmore, against any further Grant to Maynooth College; from another place, against the present system of Education in Ireland; from several places, against the Irish Municipal Reform Bill; from two places, against compelling Presbyterian Soldiers to attend the service of the Established Church.—By Lord DUNGANNON, from a parish in Durham, against alienating any of the Surplus Revenues of that See; from a place in Denbighshire, for Church Extension in Canada; and from several places, against any system of National Education not founded on the Scriptures.—By Sir G. CLERK, from the Edinburgh and Leith Glass Company, against the Excise Regulations; and from three places, in favour of Church Extension in Scotland.—By Mr. LOCKHART, from two places, to the same effect—By Captain BERKELEY, Mr. HAWES, Mr. C. DUNDAS, Sir H. PARNELL, Mr. BARING, Dr. LUSHINGTON, Mr. PHILPOTTS, Mr. M. PHILIPS, and Sir R. PEEL, from a great number of places, for a Uniform Penny Postage.—By Sir R. INGLIS, from several places, for Church Extension in Canada.—By Mr. STANLEY, from eight Parishes in Anglesea, against alienating any part of the Church Property of the Islands.—By Mr. PAKINGTON, from several places, for Church Extension in Ireland.—By Mr. COMPTON, from a place in Hampshire, against the present system of Licensing Public Houses.—By Mr. EASTHOPE, from eight Congregations in Leicester, against the Imprisonment of David Jones and Mr. Thoroughgood.