HC Deb 30 September 1841 vol 59 c1011

New Member. Right hon. H. T. L. Corry, for Tyrone (County).

New Writ. For Wilton in the room of Viscount Fitzharris, become Earl Malmsebury.

Bills. Read a third time. Population Payments; Marlborough's Estate; Riddell's Estate; Clayton's Name.

Petitions Presented. By Colonel Verner, from Armagh, to place the Spirit trade on the same footing as in England.—By Sir G. de Larpent, from Inhabitants of Bombay complaining of the Supreme Court there, and praying for redress.—By Mr. Cobden, from Ministers of Baptist Churches in Cheshire, and Lancashire, and from Stockport, Staley-Bridge, and Middlewich, and by Mr. Thornely, from Holt, and Edwin Noon, complaining of public distress, and for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. Ewart from Baptist Ministers of Cheshire and Lancashire, for the substitution of Affirmation for Oaths, and for making trading in female purity, a punishable offence.—By Sir C. Napier, from Inhabitants of St. Pancras, to redeem the Metropolitan Bridge Tolls.— By the Attorney-General from prisoners for debt, for the Amendment of the law of Debtor and Creditor.