HL Deb 05 August 1833 vol 20 c308

Papers ordered. On the Motion of the Earl of ROSSLYN, a Copy of the Commission for Inquiry into the Burghs, &c., of Scotland.

Bills. Read a third time;—Dwelling House Robbery; Burgh Police (Scotland).—Read a second time;—Scotch and Irish Vagrants; Hyde Small Debts.

Petitions presented. By Lord SUFFIELD, from Leeds, for Equalizing the Duty on East and West-India Sugar.—By the Marquess of LANSDOWN, from the Burgh of Calton, to be included in the proposed Measure of Reform. By the Earl of SHAFTESBURY, from the East India Company, praying to be heard by Counsel against the Bill for the Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter.—By Lord ELLENBOROUGH, from Mr. Courteney Smith, against the same Bill; and by the Earl of GOSFORD, from the Reverend Charles Wodehouse, Prebendary of Norwich, for Alterations in the Liturgy.