HC Deb 07 May 1840 vol 53 c1312

Petitions presented. By Messrs. Villiers, Finch, Baines, Byng, C. Lushington, Gisborne, Brotherton, A. White, Erie, Hume, Hawes, and Ellis, Sir M. Wood, Sir C. Style, and Captain Berkeley, from a very great number of places, against, and by Sir R. H. Inglis, Lord Sandon, Lord G. Somerset, Captain Alsager, Lord A. Lennox, Lord Dungannon, and Messrs. Colquhoun, Blackstone, Clive, and W. Miles, from a number of places, for, Church Extension.—By Messrs. Pease, Hume, and Villiers, from a number of places, for, and by Mr. Codrington, and Mr. Bell, from three places, against, the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Lord Sandon, from Liverpool, Mr. Pease, from Northampton, and Mr. Baines, from several places, against the Opium Trade.—By Lord Dungannon, Mr. Blackstone, and Mr. Turner, from several places, against, the Grant to Maynooth College.—By Mr. Alderman Copeland, from Stoke-upon-Trent, and by Mr. Byng, from Brentford, against Rating Personal Property to the Poor.—By Mr. Turner, Mr. A. White, and Mr. Hume, from a number of places, against Church Rates, and for the Release of John Thorogood. — By Captain Peehell, from several Unions in Sussex, against Parts of the Poor-law Act.—By Mr. O'Connell, from several places, by the O'Connor Don, and by Sir E. Roche, from a number of places, against the Irish Registration Bill.—By Sir E. Roche, from one place, for an Extension of the Franchise.—By Mr. Christopher, from three places, against the Sewers Bill.