HC Deb 13 November 1912 vol 43 cc1960-1

Petitions were presented praying the House not to pass into law the Established Church (Wales) Bill by-Captain Morrison-Bell from the Eastern Division, Devonshire.

Mr. Arnold Ward from the Watford Division, Hertfordshire, (25 petitions) bearing 6,647 signatures.

Mr. F. Goldsmith from the Stowmarket Division, Suffolk, (61 petitions) bearing 5,653 signatures.

Mr. Agg-Gardner from Cheltenham, (11) petitions) bearing 3,000 signatures.

Mr. J. Boyton from East Marylebone, 928 signatures; and on behalf of Sir Samuel Scott from West Marylebone, (5 petitions) bearing 528 signatures.

Mr. Glazebrook, from South-West Manchester, North-West Manchester, and Bury, (27 petitions) bearing 5,828 signatures.

Sir Randolf Baker from the Northern Division, Dorsetshire, (48 petitions) bearing 4,472 signatures.

Mr. Baldwin from the Bewdley Division, Worcestershire, (46 petitions) bearing 7,924 signatures.

Mr. Edward Wood from Skipton, Ripon, Keighley, and Allenthorpe (95 petitions) bearing '20,292 signatures.

Mr. Gretton from Rutland, (31 petitions) bearing 3,815 signatures.

Captain Weigall from the Horncastle Division, Lincolnshire, (48 petitions) bearing 5,976 signatures.

Colonel Warde from the Medway Division, Kent, (46 petitions) bearing 17,789 signatures.

Sir Clement Hill from the Willington Division, Shropshire, 8,027 signatures.

Mr. Percy Harris, from South Paddington, (9 petitions) bearing 1,478 signatures.

Captain Knight, from Kidderminster.

Mr. Ronald M'Neill from St. Augustine's Division, Kent, (54 petitions) bearing 8,392 signatures.

Mr. Royds from the Sleaford Division, Lincolnshire, (89 petitions) bearing 10,000 signatures.

Mr. Fred Hall from Dulwich, 2,073 signatures.

Sir John Jackson from Devonport, (25 petitions) bearing 2,000 signatures.

Mr. Norman Craig from the Isle of Thanet Division, Kent.

Sir C. Kinloch-Cooke from the South Molton Division, Devonshire, (43 petitions) bearing over 6,000 signatures.