HL Deb 02 April 1833 vol 17 c1

Bill. The Royal Assent was given by Commission to the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.

Petitions presented. By Lord SUFFIELD, from Clitheroe, against Sunday Trading.—By Lord KING, from six Places in Ireland, against Tithes and Church Cess; from a Congregation at Wem, for Relief, for Protestant Dissenters; from certain Christians called Separatists, for substituting in all Cases a Solemn Affirmation for an Oath; from the Political Union of Yeovil, for the Abolition of Restrictions on the Press; and from Paisley, for Poor Laws for Ireland.—By Lords AUCKLAND, SUFFIELD, and KING, by Earl FITZWILLIAM, the Marquess of STAFFORD, and the Duke of RICHMOND, from a Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By the Earls of CAWDOR, and ROSE-BERY, from Places in Scotland, against the present System of Church Patronage in that Country.—By the Bishops of HEREFORD, Durham, Bangor, and ROCHESTER, the Earl of RODEN, and Lord REDESDALE, from a Number of Places,—for a Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By the Earl of RODEN, from several Places in Ireland, against the Ministerial System of Education, and against the proposed Measure of Church Reform.