HL Deb 21 May 1832 vol 12 c1094

Petitions presented. By the Earl of CAWDOR, from Carmarthen, for the Abolition of Slavery.—By Lord FEVERSHAM, from Northallerton, to substitute that place for York for holding the Elections for the North Riding of Yorkshire.—By the Marquis of BUTE, from Greenock, for Relief to the West-India Interests.—By Lord DINORBEN, from Exeter, in favour of the Factories Bill.—By Lord LYNEDOCH, from Perth, Galston, Newmilns, and Irvine, in favour of the Reform Bill.—By the Earl of RODEN, from the Orange Lodge, 1672;—from Leffuny, Carberry, and Edmonton;—and by a NOBLE LORD, from King's Lynn, and East Dereham,—against the Bill.—By Lord WHARNCLIFFE, from Daniel Jarvis, of Margate, to give a Representative to that Place.—By Lord ELLENBOROUGH, from Appleby, to retain its Member.