HL Deb 16 March 1832 vol 11 c297

Petitions presented. By the Earl of SEFTON, from 2,000 Inhabitants of Clerkenwell, for a Limitation of the Number of Hours of Employing Children in Factories:—By Lord KENYON, from the Inhabitants of Waterford, against the proposed System of Education for Ireland, and by Viscount LORTON, from the Inhabitants of Drumlease to the same effect:—By the Earl of RODEN, from nine Peers, and 4,100 of the Gentry, Clergy, and other Inhabitants of the County of Cork, against the Repeal of the Union, against the Reform Bill, and calling upon the House to support the Protestant Interest in Ireland:—By Lord KING, from the Freeholders, Landholders, and other Inhabitants of Donegore, Kilbride, Ballyeaston, and Nekeen, from the Reform Society, and other Inhabitants of Belfast, the Inhabitants of the Barony of Forth, Termonfechin, Clogher, and Mayne, for the Abolition of the Tithe System, and in favour of the New System of Education proposed for Ireland.