HL Deb 10 July 1833 vol 19 c466

Bill. Read a third time:—Corporation offices.

Petitions presented. By the Earl of RADNOR, from Long Wittenham, for the Repeal or Alteration of the Sale of Beer Act; from a Welsh Society in London, for making a Knowledge of the Welsh Languae imperative on Clergymen appointed to Places in Wales; from Paisley, for an Alteration in the Irish Episcopal Church Establishment; from Glasgow and Fenwick, to the same effect; from the Protestant Dissenters of Stockton-on-Tees, Builth, and the Back-Street Meeting, Tulbuy, praying fur Relief in re- spect to Marriages, Registrations, and Church Rates; from Roman Catholic Clergymen for the Legalization of Roman Catholic Marriages; from Enniscorthy and Temple-shannon, for the Abolition of Tithes; from Burton-upon-Trent, for the Abolition of Tithes; from the Teignbridge Agricultural Association, for the Abolition of Tithes, &; from the Proprietors and Occupiers of Land in Trigg, for the Commutation of Tithes; from John King Watts, for the Removal of Civil Disabilities affecting the Jews; from Protestant Dissenters of Grantham, for an Improvement in Parochial Registration, and to Exempt from Poor Rates all Places of Religious Worship; from St. Giles's, Camberwell, for the Repeal of the House and Window Taxes; from the Union of Edremine, for the Repeal of the Union with Ireland; and from the United Associate Congregation of Kilwinning, and several other Places, for the Abolition of Slavery.—By the Bishop of LONDON, from the Clergy of a Number of Places, against the Church Temporalities (Ireland) Bill; from the Operatives of the West Riding of Yorkshire, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill; from the Labourers of Tunbridge Wells, for the Revision of the Poor Laws.—By the Earl of CAMPERDOWN, from several Places in Scotland, against Slavery; and from Haddington, &c, for a Better System of Church Patronage in Scotland.