HL Deb 09 July 1832 vol 14 c164

Bills. Read a second time:—Ecclesiastical Courts; Appellate Jurisdiction.

Petitions presented. By Lord DOVER, from Blackburn, Folkestone, and Aisgarth, against the Punishment of Death.—By the Earl of CAMPERDOWN, from Banff, to make that Town the Place of Election for the Elgin District of Boroughs; from Kirkaldy, Dundee, and St. Andrew's, for an Alteration of the Qualification Clause; and from Cupar, in favour of the Reform Bill (Scotland).—By the Earl of ROSEBERRY, from Greenock, against adding that Town to Glasgow in returning Members to Parliament under the Reform Bill.—By the Duke of HAMILTON, from Bridgetown and Greenock, for passing the Reform Bill for Scotland as speedily as possible.—By the Duke of BUCCLEUGH, from Kincardine, and four other Counties, for Compensation for Superiorities; from Ross-shire, for a separate Member to that County; and from Hamilton, for an Alteration in the Boundary Bill.—By Earl GREY, from Port Glasgow and Newark, for an Alteration in the Scotch Reform Bill; from Arva, against the Reform (Ireland) Bill; from Darlaston, for replacing Walsall as the Election Place for the Southern Division of the County of Stafford; and from Charles Attwood, against the Anatomy Bill.—By Lord KING, from Hacketsdown, and five other Places, for the Abolition of Tithes.—By Earl GREY, from Killaney, against Tithes and Church Cess.