HC Deb 01 May 1839 vol 47 c699

Bills. Read a second time:—Exchequer Bills; High Sheriff's Expenses.

Petitions presented. By Lord BARRINGTON, Sir R. DONKIN, Captain WEMYSS, Sergeant JACKSON, and Messrs. GROTE, RIPPON, LANGDALE, BENNETT, AINSWORTH, O'CONNELL, HAWES, and M. PHILIPS, from a very great number of places, for a Uniform Penny Postage.—By Sir ROBERT PEEL, from Lancaster, against the Rating of Small Tenements Bill.—By Captain GORDON, from Aberdeen, against the Granting of Spirit Licences; and against parts of the Prisons (Scotland) Bill.—By Lord DUNGANNON, from Durham, against alienating the Revenues of that See; from Denbigh, against the plan for Education proposed by Ministers.—By Sergeant JACKSON, from a place in the county of Kilkenny, against any system of Education extending to Catholics; from two places, against compelling Presbyterian Soldiers to attend Churches different from their own.—By Mr. BARNARD, from Greenwich, against the Metropolitan Police Courts Bill.

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