HC Deb 26 April 1841 vol 57 c1072

Petitions presented. By Mr. Crawford, from Bombay, for the Renewal of the Trade with China.—By Mr. Hindley, from Ashton-under-Line, against Idolatrous Practices in India.—By Sir G. Strickland, from Saddleworth, for a Revision of the Import Duties; from Huddersfield, against appointing Chaplains to Workhouses belonging exclusively to the Established Church; from a place in the West Riding of Yorkshire, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws; and from Todmordon, complaining of the Expense of Vaccinating Children.—By Mr. O'Connell, Mr. Dillon Browne, Mr. G. Evans, and other, from Tralie, and other places, for Lord Morpeth's Registration Bill.—By Mr. Litton, and Lord Stanley, from Dublin, Finsbury, and and other places, for Lord Stanley's Irish Bill.—By Mr. Christopher, from the Board of Guardians of Lincoln, for Out-door Relief.—By Sir C. Burrell, from Worthing, in favour of Gilbert's Act; and from Hurst, and other places, in favour of Church Extension.—By Mr. Muntz, from Birmingham, against the County Courts Bill; and from certain Manufacturers of London, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. Mackinnon, from Mrs. and Miss Chambers, stating that Mr. Chambers had been confined sixteen years for Debt, and was seventy-six years old, and for an Alteration of the Law.—By Captain Pechell, from Arundel, to prevent the Infliction of Punishment on the Sabbath.—By Mr. Litton, from Coleraine, Port Steuart, and other places, against the exercise of Lay Patronage in the Church of Scotland; and from Protestant Inhabitants of Dublin, and a town in Queen's County, against any further Grant to Maynooth.