HL Deb 07 December 1830 vol 1 c797

Petitions Presented. For the abolition of Slavery, by Lords CALTHORPE, DACRE, and BEXLKY, the Marquis of CLANRICARD, the Bishop of LONDON, and the Archbishop of CANTERBURY, from Holyhead, from several places in Staffordshire, from the Baptist Meeting-house in Hereford, from the Inhabitants of Birmingham, from the Inhabitants of Camberwell, from the Congregation of York Chapel, Walworth, from Reigate, from Brixton, and from various other places. By the Marquis of CLANRICARDE, from the Chamber of Commerce in Dublin, for an Assimilation of the Bankrupt Laws; from Killarney, for a Repeal of the Subletting Act; and from the Catholic Inhabitants of the Parish of St. Michan and St. John, Dublin, for a better appropriation of the Parliamentary Grants voted for Education in Ireland.

The Consolidated Fund Bill was brought up from the Commons, and read a first time.