HL Deb 08 May 1832 vol 12 c745

Petitions presented. By the Duke of RICHMOND, from the Lewis Bundle of Sticks Society;—by the Marquis of CLEVELAND, from the Freemen of the Seven Incorporated Trades of Dumfries;—by Lord KING, from Clonnoulty and Rossmore,—in favour of Parliamentary Reform.—By the Earl of HARKEWOOD, from Northallerton, that that Place might be substituted for York as the Place for holding, in future, the Elections for the North Riding of Yorkshire.—By Lord KING, from Dumfries;—and by the Duke of DEVONSHIRE, from Derby,—in favour of Education (Ireland) Bill.—By the Earl of RODEN, from Kilnagross;—by the Earl of ABERDEEN, from the Presbytery of Aberdeen;—by a NOBLE LORD, from the Synod of Galloway;—and by the Duke of WELLINGTON, from Norwich,—against the Bill.—By Lord KING, from Kilconley, Kilbannon, Crossboyne, Kilvine, Armagh, and Tagheen; from Lanesborough; from the Tithe-Payers of the Barony of Bargy; the Inhabitants of Clondalkin, Lukan, Palmerstown, Shrule, Loughmore; and from the Political Union of Waterford; from the Inhabitants of Mallyfarnham, Leany, and Lacken,—for the Abolition of Tithes, and the Repeal of the Vestry Laws;—from the Inhabitants of Leapatrick, expressing their satisfaction that Tithes are to be Abolished in Ireland, and praying the House to pass the English Reform Bill as speedily as possible.—By Lord DACRE, from the Inhabitants of Hemel, Hempstead, and St. Alban's, for the immediate Abolition of Negro Slavery; and from Shipsea and Beaford, in favour of the Bill for Ameliorating the Condition of the Agricultural Poor; and also for speedily passing the Bill to Regulate the Hours of Employing Children in Factories:—By Lord KING, from the Inhabitants of Newtownsmith, to be heard by Council against the Indemnity Bill; and from Tullamore, Clara, and Maale, for a Revision of the Criminal Law.—By the Bishop of BRISTOL, from the Society against Cruelty to Animals of Saffron Walden, for devising such Regulations as will prevent unnecessary Cruelty.