HL Deb 01 July 1831 vol 4 c576

Petitions presented. By the Bishop of FERNS, from Trinity College, Dublin, praying, if any alteration were made in the Elective Franchise in that College, it might proceed on the principle recognized in the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. By the Earl of GLEN-GALL, from Clonnoulty and Clonmell, in favour of Reform.

The LORD CHANCELLOR laid on the Table his Majesty's Patents, appointing Lord Tenterden Deputy Speaker in the House of Lords, in the absence of the Lord Chancellor; the Earl of Shaftesbury Deputy in the absence of the Lord Chancellor and Lord Tenterden; and Lord Wynford Deputy, in the absence of the Lord Chancellor, Lord Tenterden, and the Earl of Shaftesbury.

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