HC Deb 18 March 1841 vol 57 c337

Petitions presented. By Mr. Easthope, Mr. Scholefield, Mr. A. White, Mr. T. Duncombe, and others, from Leicester, Birmingham, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Glamorgan, Wilts, and other places, for the abolition of Church-rates, and the Release of Mr. Baines.—By Mr. H. Smythe, Mr. Grimsditch, Mr. G. Crewe, Mr, Evans, Mr. H. Berkeley, and others, from Colchester, Chester, Derby, Gloucester, and a great many other places, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill, and for Alteration of some of its Clauses.—By Mr. Bailey, from Chemists and Druggists of Sudbury, against the Medical Profession Bill.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Tavistock, for the release of Frost, Williams, and Jones, for the release of Mr. F. O'Connor; from Sheffield, for the repeal of the Corn.—By Colonel T. Wood, from Staines and Hounslow, against countenancing Idolatrous Worship in India.—By Mr. Round, from Dunmow, in Essex, to continue the Poor-law Commissioners for five years.—By Mr. C. Bruce, and Mr. H. Smythe, from Elgin and Somersetshire, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—By Mr. Gillon, from Linlithgow, in favour of Free Trade.—By Colonel Perceval, from the Grand Jury of the Queen's County, and. by Mt, Archdall, from the High Sheriff and Grand July of the county of Fermanagh in favour of Lord Stanley's Bill By Sir W. Somerville, from the Ulster Constitutional Association, in favour of Lord Morpeth's Bill.—By Mr. F. Maule, from Argyle and other places, against Church Patronage in Scotland.—By Mr. Hawes and Mr. Hume, from Socialists in Lambeth and Birmingham, for an inquiry into their principles.—By Lord Sandon, from Chemists at Liverpool, against the Medical Profession Bill.—By Mr. Mackinnon, from St Clement, Danes, and by Mr. Hume, from Medical Practitioners at Kilkenny, for Medical Reform.—By Mr. Hume, from Members of the National Chartist's Association, for the Release of Mr. F. O'Connor.—By Mr. Loch, from Wick, for the total repeal of the Corn laws.—By Mr. L. Bruges, Mr. Miles, and General Lygon, from Bath and Worcester, for Church Extension.