HL Deb 14 October 1831 vol 8 c760

Bills. Read a third time, and passed through the other stages, the Standing Order, being suspended; the Relief and Employment of the Poor, and the Barbadoes Importation; also the Galway Franchise; Arms (Ireland); Prescription. Committed; Valuation of Lands (Ireland); Military Accounts (Ireland), Read a second time; Hop Duties. Read a first time; Distillation (Ireland.)

Petitions presented. In favour of Reform. By Viscount GODERICH, from Inhabitants of Havant and Aldborough:—By Earl GREY, from Stromness, Easter Ross, Salisbury, and Swanwick. By Lord KING, from the Political Society of Warwick, for the abolition of Slavery, and for the diffusion of Useful Knowledge. By Earl GREY, from the Royal Burghs of Scotland, praying for an alteration in the Scotch Reform Bill relating to the disfranchisement of the Fife district of Boroughs. By a NOBLE LORD, from the Rate Payers of St. Pancras, in favour of the Vestries Bill.