HL Deb 22 March 1832 vol 11 c581

Returns ordered. On the Motion of the Marquis of LANSDOWN, of the Amount of the Assessed Taxes in Dartmouth, for the years 1829, 1830, and 1831; Memorials of the Inhabitants of Ramsgate and Greenock, and of the Burgesses of Appleby, the amount of Population and Number of Houses in the present and proposed Boroughs; amount of Exemptions from Assessed Taxes on Account of Yeomanry Cavalry; a Summary of what the Returning Officer considered the Right of Voting, with a Plan of Bodmin, the Number of Voters polled at the last contested Elections, and the Number of Freemen in Boroughs and Corporate Towns:—On the Motion of Lord ELLENBOROUGH, of the Number of Vessels employed in the Repression of the Slave Trade by Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, Brazil, and France, with Copies of the Special Orders issued to their Commanders.

Petitions presented. By the Marquis of LONDONDERRY, from Merchants, Shipowners, and others, of the Town of Belfast, interested in the Trade of the West-Indies, for a reduction of the Duties on West-India produce:—By the Marquis of LANSDOWN, from the Inhabitants of Moyanna and Stradbally, for the Abolition of Tithes; and from the East-India Company, to be heard by Counsel against certain parts of the Zemindar of Nozeed's Bill:—By the Duke of WELLINGTON, from Wellington. By Viscount LORTON, from the Clergy, Landowners, and Inhabitants of Bruera, and Foxearth.—By the Bishop of CHESTER, from the Mayor and Inhabitants of Chester. By Lord BEXLEY, from Reading and Maidenhead. By the Earl of RODEN, from Wareham; from the Presbyterians of Drumquin, Tyrone; Bandon, Cork; Monaghan; the Presbyterians of Renshaw, Down, and of Drum, Monaghan; and Renfin, Kennail. By the Earl of WICKLOW, from Murrough, against the New plan of Education in Ireland:—By the Bishop of CHESTER, from the Inhabitants of Blackburn, against the Anatomy Bill.