HL Deb 06 April 1832 vol 11 c1293

Petitions presented. By the Duke of WELLINGTON, from the Inhabitants of Measham; and by the Marquis of BRISTOL, from the Minister and Parishioners of Rushmere, the Inhabitants of Ipswich and Tattingstone, against the proposed System of Education for Ireland:—By the Earl of ABERDEEN, from the Landholders, Commissioners of Supply, and Justices of Peace of the Counties of Aberdeen and Kincardine, against the Malt Drawback Bill:—By the Bishop of CHESTER, from the Minister and Inhabitants of Cheadle, for a Repeal of so much of the Beer Act as permits Beer to be drank on the Premises where sold:—By Lord DELAMERE, from the Gentry, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Chester, against the Reform Bill; and by the Marquis of LONDONDURRY, from an Individual, to the same effect.