HL Deb 15 June 1832 vol 13 c728

Papers ordered. On the Motion of the Duke of BUCCLEUGH, of the Number of Writs of Subpœna issued during the last ten years by the Court of Exchequer (Scotland), &c.

Bills. Read a third time:—Army Prize Money; Regent's park Act Amendment.—Read a second time:—King's County Assizes.

Petitions presented. By the Earl of WICKLOW, from Tullamore and Frankford, in favour of the King's County Assizes Bill.—By the Earl of MINTO, from the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, in favour of the Anatomy Bill.—By the Earl of FINGALL, from Garrocloyne;—by the Earl of RADNOR, from three Places in Ireland; and by Lord KING, from White Church, and other Places,—for the Abolition of Tithes.—By Lord KING, from the Northern Political Union, for a better Appropriation of the Revenues of the Bishoprick of Durham; and from the Rate-payers of Cheshire, against certain Grievances existing in that country.—By the Duke of DEVONSHIRE, from Dungarvon, for continuing the Franchise to the 5l. Householders—By the Marquess of CLANRICARDE, from Parishes in Dublin and Westminster, in favour of the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland).—By the Earl of RODEN, from ten Places, and seven Orange Lodges, against that Plan; and from Oxford, for a Revision of the Criminal Code.