HL Deb 17 February 1831 vol 2 c618

The Post Master General's Bill went through a Committee.

Petitions presented. For the Repeal of the Union (Ireland), by Lord KING, from Tullamore and Killenaule:— By the Earl of SHRKWSBURY, from Grange Gorman, and from St. Michael's and St. John's, Dublin. In favour of the Local Courts Bill, by Lord KING, from Collumpton. For a Revision of the Tithe System, and Reduction of Taxation, by the same noble Lord, from Aldington, from Easing, and Bolton by Rolland. For the Repeal of the Duty on Coals, by the Earl of SRAFTESBURY, from the Ship-owners of Newcastle: — By the Earl of RADNOR, from the Mayor and Burgesses of Cardigan. For Reform in Parliament, by Earl SPENCE, from Northampton and Wellingborough:— By the Earl of RADNOR, from Calne, and St. Pancras, Middlesex:— By the Earl of GLENOALI., from Navan. Against further Grants to the Kildare-street Society, by the Earl of SHREWSBURY, from Kilchrist.