HL Deb 05 March 1832 vol 10 c1104

Petitions presented. By the Marquis of LANSDOWN, from the Landowners and Inhabitants of Fraughart and Moss Towns and by the Earl of SHREWSBURY, from the Inhabitants of Kilcomin and Romin, Whitchurch and Garroclyne, New Ross, Carrick on Suir, Kilmannan, Killag, Butlers Town, Kelrie, Union of Burnchurch, Gowranclara, Youghall, and Kells, for the Abolition of Tithe, in Ireland:—By the Earl of SHREWSBURY, from the National Trades Political Union, Inhabitants of Grange Gorman, Duncormack, Kilcoan, New Ross, Kilcomin, and Robin, that a measure of Parliamentary Reform may be granted to Ireland similar to that of England, from the Inhabitants of Whitchurch and Garrocloyne, for the Intro- duction of Poor Laws into Ireland, from the Inhabitants of Longford Temple Michael and Ballymacormick, for the Repeal of the Union, from the Inhabitants of Wexford, Maglass, Ballymore, Killinick, and Smarthmore, to disband the Yeomanry, and from the Roman Catholic Inhabitants of Butlers Town for the Repeal of the Subletting Act.