HL Deb 27 September 1831 vol 7 c646

Bills. Received the Royal Assent; the Waterloo Bridge New Street; and the Ways and Means. Committed; the Game Acts Amendment; Administration of Justice (Ireland); Special Constables; Decrees in Equity. Read a second time; Wine Duties. Read a third time. The Bankruptcy Court.

Petitions presented. By the Duke of WELLINGTON, from the Mayor and Corporation of Queenborough, from the Resident Burgesses of that Borough, and from the Electors of the Town and Port, of Seaford, against the Reform Bill. By the Duke of RICHMOND, from the Inhabitants of the Ward of Walbrook, London, to pass the Reform Bill. By the Earl of CARLISLE, from the Burgesses and Inhabitants of Morpeth, to the same effect. By the Marquis of WESTMEATH, from the Protestant Landholders of Galway, in favour of the Galway Franchise Bill. By the Marquis of WESTMINSTER, the Earl of FINGALL, and Lord CLONCURRY, from Freeholders of Moycullen; Catholic Inhabitants of Newtownsmith, and St. Nicholas Galway, to the same effect. By Lord DACRE, from Royston, Hertfordshire, and from the City of Perth, in favour of Reform. By Lord BEXLEY, from the Mayor, Aldermen, and Burgesses of Harwich, against the Reform Bill, praying to be heard by Themselves or Counsel, against their Disfranchisement. By the Marquis of LANSDOWN, from the Inhabitants of Romsey, Hampshire, and from the Weavers of Glasgow, in favour of Parliamentary Reform.