HL Deb 28 March 1831 vol 3 c979

Bills. Colonial Trade, Canadian Revenues, read a second time.

Petitions presented. By the Earl of ELDON, from Dublin, for compensation, should Slavery be abolished in the West Indies. By the Earl of ROSSLYN, from Edinburgh, against the East-India monopoly. In favour of Reform, by the Marquis of CLEVELAND, from the Merchants and Inhabitants of the Town of South Shields:—By the Duke of ARGYLL, from the Merchants and Inhabitants of Cam-perdown:—By the Earl of YARBOROUGH, from the County of Hants?—By Lord DURHAM, from Edmonton and Swindon:—By the Duke of DEVONSHIRE, from a place in Devonshire:—By Lord KING, from the Town of Guildford;