HL Deb 15 March 1832 vol 11 cc240-1

Bills. Read a third time; Mutiny; and Marine Mutiny.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of the Earl of WICKLOW, Copy of a Letter from Mr. STANLEY to the Duke of LEINSTER, on the formation of the New Board of Education for Ireland, with the Document accompanying it.

Petitions presented. By the Duke of ARGYLL, from the County of Argyll, against certain parts of the proposed measure of Reform for Scotland; and from the Parish of Dunoon, in favour of the same measure:—By the Bishop of BATH and WELLS, from Blackburn, Lancashire, and by the Earl of RADNOR, from Devonport, in favour of the Factories Bill:—By the Earl of RODEN, from the Corporation of Shoemakers; and the Corporation of Bricklayers; and the Guild of Merchants, Dublin, against the Irish Reform Bill:—By Viscount LORTON, against the New System of Education in Ireland; from the Archbishop and Clergy of Tuam, from the Archbishop and Clergy of Armagh, and from the Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese of Elphin:—By Lord KING, from the Roman Catholic Inhabitants of Drogheda, and by Lord CLONCURRY, from the Landholders and Tithe-payers of Harristown, for the Abolition of Tithes.