HL Deb 02 April 1832 vol 11 c1166

Petitions presented. By Lord PLUNKETT, from 1,500 Inhabitants of Liversedge, in favour of the New Plan of Education for Ireland:—By the Marquis of LONDONDERRY, from the Inhabitants of Broadmills, against it: —By Lord WYNFORD, from Sir Harcourt Lees, for the Repeal of the Catholic Relief Bill; and against the Irish Reform Bill:—By the Duke of WELLINGTON, from the Corporation of Queenborough, against the Reform Bill:—By the Marquis of SLIGO, from the Inhabitants of Roslea, Drum, and Balla. By the Earl of RADNOR, from the Landholders of Ballamakenny; and by the Duke of LRINSTER, from the Inhabitants of Athy, for the Abolition of Tithes and Church Bates:—By a NOBLE LORD, from the Distillers of Elgin, against the Reduction of the Drawback on Malt Spirits.