HL Deb 19 March 1832 vol 11 c399

Returns ordered. On the Motion of the Marquis of LANSDOWN, of the Number of Persons charged with Criminal Offences, committed for Trial during the last twenty-one years in England and Wales, distinguishing the Number in each year; a similar statement of the Numbers committed in each County in each of the three last seven years, with the Number of Acquittals, Convictions, and Sentences, the Number convicted of Crimes for which they received Sentence of Death, and the Number thereof who were Executed.

Petitions presented. By Lord BEXLEY, from the Inhabitants of Whitchurch, for the Abolition of Negro Slavery:—By the Marquis of SLIGO, from the Inhabitants of Aughanal, Westport, Aughagour, Louisburgh, and Isleanady, for a Reform of Parliament, and an Increase of Members to the County of Mayo, and from the Landholders of Ballinarobe, for the Abolition of Tithes in Ireland:—By Lord KING, from the Inhabitants of Ardraham and Albert, Moncoin, Canagen, Kiltormer, Clanmere, Port, Rathdrummin, Drumcar, Dunleer, Cappaugh and Desart, for the Abolition of Tithes and Church-rates, and for the Repeal of the Subletting and Vestry Acts:—By the Earl of WICKLOW, from 2,488 Inhabitants of Dublin, from the Corporation of Dublin; and by the Earl of RODEN, from the Guild of Tanners, Bakers, Cooks, Shoemakers, Weavers, Barbers, Butchers, Chandlers, Soapboilers, and Carpenters of the same place, against the Dublin Coal Trade Bill:—By the Duke of Sussex, from the Medical Schools and Societies of Liverpool and Worcestershire, for the adoption of a Measure to Facilitate the Study of Anatomy:—By the Bishop of EXETER, from the Inhabitants of Exeter. By Viscount LORTON, from the Vicar and Protestant Inhabitants of Ballisoden, and the Union of Granard. By the Earl of RODEN, from the Clergymen of the Established Church in the Deaneries of Southreps and Walham, in the diocese of Norwich; from the Inhabitants of Lyme and Charmouth, Dromore; and by the Marquis of LONDONDERRY, from the Inhabitants of Bangor, in the County of Down, against the proposed plan of Education for Ireland.