HL Deb 08 June 1832 vol 13 c543

Bills. Read a first time:—To avoid Vacating Seats in Parliament on the Acceptance of certain Offices.—Read a second time:—Army Prize Money; Regent's Park Acts Amendment.—Read a third time:—Militia Ballots Suspension; Crown Lands (Ireland); Clerk of the Crown, King's Bench (Ireland.)

Petitions presented. By the Duke of GRAFTON, from Thetford, and other parts of the County of Norfolk, against the Norfolk Assizes Bill.—By the Bishop of LICHFIELD, from Osmaston and Edlaston, for the Suppression of the Political Unions, and against Reform.—By the Archbishop of YORK, from York, against Slavery.—By the Bishop of ROCHESTER, from Rochester and Addington;—by the Earl of RODEN, from five Places in Ireland, from three Orange Lodges, and from the Bishop and Diocess of Killala;—and by Lord CAREBERY, from Kilmeen,—against the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland); and by the Earl of CAMPERDOWN, from Kinghorn, in favour of that Plan.