HL Deb 04 July 1832 vol 14 c51

Petitions presented. By Lord SUFFIELD, from Godalming, for making that Place a Polling place for Surrey.—By the LORD CHANCELLOR, from the Western Division of the Comity of Gloucester, to make Dursley the Place of Election for that part of the Country.—By the Duke of SUSSEX, from Halifax, to extend the Right of Voting for two Members of Parliament to Halifax.