HL Deb 10 December 1830 vol 1 c956

The Royal Assent was given, by Commission, to the Consolidated Fund Bill.

Petitions presented. Fox the abolition of Slavery, by the Marquis of LANSDOWN, the Marquis of THOMOND, the Earl of ROSSLYN, and the Earl of ABERDEEN, from various Congregations of Dissenters in England, and from several places in Scotland. By the Marquis of LANSDOWN, from the Catholics in the parish of St. Peter, Athlone, praying for a better appropriation of the Funds voted for Education in Ireland; from the working Curriers of Dublin, complaining of Distress, and praying for a Repeal of the Union; from the Inhabitants of the parish of St. Nicholas, Dublin, for a reduction of the Duty on Sea-borne Coal; from Corkaguinny, Kerry, praying for a continuance of the bounties on Fish; for Parliamentary Reform, from the Town Council and Inhabitants of the Royal Burgh of Arbroath; from the Merchants' Company of Ayr; from the Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of Ayr; from the Incorporated Guilds of Stirling; and from the Magistrates and Town Council of Forfar:—By the Earl of RADNOR, from the Inhabitants of Perth.

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