HL Deb 08 March 1832 vol 10 c1268

Bill: Read a third time. Subletting Act Amendment (Ireland.)

Petitions presented. By Lord DOVER, from the Inhabitants of Bethnal Green, and from certain Individuals in the City of London, and by Lord SUFFIELD, from the Inhabitants of Christ Church, Spitalfields, against the Employment of Children for unlimited Hours in Factories:—By the Earl of FINGAL, from the Inhabitants of Kiltayle:—By Lord CLONCURRY, from Kill, Lyons, Bodenstown and Clonmere:—By Lord KING, from the Landowners of Monastereven, Kildangan, Nurney, Lacca, Rahill, Rathvilly, Moleary, Monastervoice, and Newtown, Carlow, against the Tithe System of Ireland:—By the Earl of FINGAL, from the Inhabitants of Kiltayle and Ballyconick, for a Reform in the Irish Representation similar to that of England as intended by the Reform Bill:—By the Bishop of LONDON, from the Clergy of the Deanerie of Boroughbridge, for the augmentation of small Livings by reducing large ones:—By Lord KING, from Tooting, to exempt that Parish from the Metropolitan Police Bill; and from Saltash, against certain parts of the Saltash Floating Bridge Bill:—By the Earl of RODEN, from the Protestants of Skull, the Presbyterian Congregation of Bally train; Inhabitants of Sevisby, and of Clare in Suffolk, against the proposed System of Education for Ireland.