HC Deb 14 March 1839 vol 46 c627

Petitions presented. By Messrs. Hale, Grant, Barneby, Maunsell, Pringle, Blennerhasset, Goddard, Miles, Belford, and Handley, Lords Cole, Dalmeny, G. Somerset, and Norreys, Viscounts Grimston, Cive, and Ingestrie, and Sir E. Filmer, from a number of places, against the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Messrs. Bannerman, F. Dundas, Lascelles, Ellice. jun., R Currie, Lords Morpeth, and G. Lennox, Sir Charles Burrell, Sit H. Parnell, and Sir John Seale, from a number of places, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. Gladstone, from the Church of England Lay Association, by Sir Charles Burrell, from the Rural Deanery of Broad water, by Sir Robert Inglis, from the Clergy of Winchester, against the Ecclesiastical Duties and Revenues Bill.—By Mr. Wallace, from Perth, for a Uniform Penny Postage.—By Mr. Hale, from four places, by Sir R. Inglis, from several places, and Mr. Bagge, from several places in Norfolk, against any system of National Education not founded on the Scriptures.—By Mr. O'Connell, from several places, for Justice to Ireland, or Repeal of the Union.—By Lord Dungannon, from Durham, for Church Extension in Canada.—By Sir Robert Inglis, and Mr. Goulburn, from several places, to the same effect.—By Sir G. Sinclair, from Caithness, and Mr. Lockhart, from Ross, and Lanark, and Mr. F. W. Grant, from Banffshire, for Church Extension in Scotland.—By an hon. Member, from Connaught, against the existing system of Education in Ireland.—By Mr. Blennerhasset, from the county of Kerry, and Mr. O'Connell, from Dublin, in favour of the Government system of Railroads in Ireland—By Mr. Brady, from Connaught, against the Report of the Irish Railway Commission.—By Mr. Fox Maule, from two places, in favour of, and by Sir Henry Parnell, from Dundee, against the Prisons (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir W. Somerville, from Drogheda, for Improving the Criminal Law.—By Mr. F. Egerton, from the Board of Guardians of a place in Cheshire, for Amending the New Poor-law Act with regard to Affiliation.