HL Deb 02 July 1832 vol 13 c1180

Petitions presented. By Earl GOWER, from Pickering;—by Earl GREY, from Arundel; and by the Earl of SHAFTESBURY, from Helensburgh,—for changing the Polling Places under the Reform Bill.—By the Earl of RADNOR, from Manchester, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill.—By the Earl of HADDINGTON, from East Lothian, against the manner of dealing with Superiorities under the Scotch Reform Bill.—By Earl GREY, from Glasgow, in favour of Schedule E of that Bill.—By Lord KING, from Hamilton, against the Qualification Clause of the Reform Bill (Scotland).—By Earl GREY, from St. Michael's and St. John's, Dublin;—by Lord HOLLAND, from Liverpool and another Place;—by Lord SUFFIELD, from Salford; and by the LORD CHANCELLOR, from Dunfermline,—in favour of the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland).—By the Marquess of WATERFORD, from Camus Juxta Mourne, and Ardstraw, against that Plan.—By the Duke of PORTLAND, from Kilmarnock, for an Alteration in the Scotch Reform Bill—By the Marquess of HEADFORT, from Ennis-Keen and King's Court, for the Abolition of Tithes and Church Cess.—By the Marquess of LANSDOWN, from Walsall and Wolverhampton, for substituting Walsall for Lichfield as a Polling Place for the Southern Division of the County of Stafford.