HL Deb 13 May 1830 vol 24 c659

Petitions presented. Against any alteration in the Welsh Judicature, by the Earl of ELDON, from the Gentlemen of the County of Carmarthen; and from certain Inhabitants of the County of Montgomery. For throwing open the Trade to China, by Lord KING, from the Inhabitants of Tavistock, of Dean Prior, and Buck-fastleigh, and of the Clothing District of Gildersome:—By the Marquis of BUTE, from the Inhabitant); of New Mills, Henfield, and Glossop; the Merchants of Glasgow; the Provost and Burgesses of Calton; the Manufacturers of Wilsden: and from the Cotton Spinners and others of Ashton-under-Lyne. For a protecting Duty on Foreign Lead, by Lord KING, from the Owners and Workers of Lead Mines at Tavistock:—And by the Marquis of CLEVELAND, from the Inhabitants of Stanhope and Walsingham, in the County of Durham. For a commutation of Tithes, by the same Nobleman, from the Inhabitants of Gainsford, Wycliff, Hutton, Ovington, and Seargill. Against inflicting the Punishment of Death for Forgery, by Earl BATHURST, from the Inhabitants of North Shields. Against the Sale of Beer Bill, by the Marquis of LANSDOWN from the Inhabitants of Frome, Selwood. For the Abolition of Slavery, by the same Nobleman, from the Inhabitants of Knottingley. For higher Import Duties, by Earl STANHOPE, from Joseph Ponsent. Against compelling Merchant Seamen to Contribute to the Funds for Greenwich Hospital, by the same Nobleman, from the Seamen of Whitby.