HC Deb 13 March 1839 vol 46 c441

Bill. Read a secondtime:—Tithe Composition Arrears (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By Messrs. A. Holmes, D'Israeli, Parker, Mills, E. Tennant, G. Heathcote, Shaw, Cayley, B. Clive, Barry, and Lefroy, Cot Thomas, Lords Clive, and G. Lennox, Sir D. Norreys, and Sir J. Y. Buller, from a number of places, against the repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Messrs. Denison, Lister, Wakley, Gillon, Ewart, and Gibson Craig, and Sir Robert Ferguson, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By the Attorney-General, from Edinburgh, in favour of the Prisons (Scotland)Bill.—By Mr. Bethel, from some places, against any system of National Education not founded on the Scriptures.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Dublin, for a line of Railway to facilitate the Communication between the two capitals.—By Mr. Pakington, from several places, for protection to the Established Church in Canada.—By Mr. F. French, from Roscommon, and Connaught, for Railway Communication.—By Mr. Denison, from one place, for the Repeal of the Malt tax.—By Mr. O'Connell, from Lomas, for Justice to Ireland, or the Repeal of the Union.—By Mr. Wyse, from Queen's County, to the same effect.—By Sir G. Staunton, and Lord G. Lennox, from several places, for the Repeal of the Beer Laws.—By Mr. F. Palmer, from Reading, against any Alteration in the Beer Laws.—By Mr. Lockhart, from a place in Ayrshire, for Church Extension in Scotland.—By Mr. G. Berkeley, from Gloucester, for the Enclosure of Waste Lands; and from the Hand-loom Weavers of Gloucester, for a Tax on all Looms, on which more than two persons are employed in one manufacture.—By Mr. G. Evans, from Dublin, against the Report of the Railway Commission.