HL Deb 24 June 1831 vol 4 c280

MINUTES.) Bills brought in. By Viscount MELBOURNE, to Revive and Continue Expired Commissions, Appointments, Patents, and Grants in Ireland; and to Indemnify certain persons.

Petitions presented. By the Marquis of WESTMEATH, from the Inhabitants of Moate, for the revision of the Criminal Laws. By the Bishop of BRISTOL, for the Abolishment of Slavery, from the Inhabitants of Tipton Kirkby, Wharfe, Trowlesworth, Auchtergavin, Harling, Little Waldingfield, Town Malling, Farforth-cum-Maiden-well, Wrotham, Yaxham, and Welborne, Smarden and ltchen, and Alfeld. By the Earl of SHREWSBURY, for the regulation of Grants for Education in Ireland, from the Inhabitants of Graig, Ullard and Powerstown, Killameny, Windgap and Tullarkaright, Elmlafad, and Kilmargan, and nine or ten other places for Reform, from Lady Island, Came, Wexford, and several other places; and for the Repeal of the Subletting Acts, from Roman Catholics of Graig, Ullard, and Powerstown, and several others; from Roman Catholic Tradesmen and Day Labourers of Navan, for power to build places of Worship; from Magistrates of Galway, for protection of the Kelp Trade; from Inhabitants of Syddan Rush, and Castledermott, and two other places, for the restoration of the Parliament of Ireland; from Roman Catholics of Ballindooley, to extend the Elective Franchise to them.