HL Deb 21 July 1831 vol 5 c130

Bills. Read a third time; Militia Ballot Suspension, Dean Forest Boundaries, and Assessed Taxes Composition.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Lord TEYNHAM, the quantity of Capsicum and Capsicum Pods Imported for the last Seven Years, distinguishing each year, and the amount of Duty paid thereon.

Petitions presented. By the Marquis of THOMOND, from the Merchants, Traders, and Inhabitants of Cork, against the removal of the Naval Station from Cove. By the Bishop of GLOUCESTER, from the Minister and Inhabitants of Southborough (Kent), against that part of the Beer Bill which allowed Beer to be drank on the Premises. By Lord PLUNKETT, and the Marquis of DOWNSHIRE, from the Catholic Inhabitants of Charleville, for regulating Grants for Education; and of the Inhabitants of Dromara, Dromore, and Gawaghy, for continuing the Grant to the Kildare Street Society. By the Duke of RICHMOND, from the Inhabitants of Llanerehymedd, praying to Return a Member, in unison with other Boroughs.