HL Deb 04 March 1833 vol 16 c104

Petitions presented. By Lord KING, from Seawby and Wedmore; by the Marquess of LANSDOWN, from Wareham; by Earl GREY, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Doncaster, and Moffatt; by the Earl of BEAUCHAMP, from Lutterworth and Fenwick; and by the Earl of RODEN, from Enniskillen, Mallow, and the Scotch Presbytery of Newcastle-upon-Tyne,—for the Abolition of Slavery.—By Earl AMHERST, from St. George's, Hanover Square, for a more Equal Distribution of the Rate levied under the Metropoltian Police Act; and from the same, for Poor Laws (Ireland).—By the Bishop of BRISTOL, from Bristol; by Lord SALTOHN, from Kirkintilloch; by the Earl of ROSKBKTRY, from Hallamshire and DOLLAR; by Earl CAWDOR, from Auldearn; by Lord WHARNCLIFFE from Sheffield; by the Bishop of LONDON, from. Islington, St. Albans, and four other Places; by a Right Reverend PRELATE, from Bridlington; by the Bishop of BATH AXD WELLS, from Taunton; and by the Earl of RODEN, from the Presbyter of Aberdeen and five other Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By the Earl of RSEBERY, from Urquhart, to vest the Right of Electing Ministers of the Church of Scotland in all the resident Male Inhabitants in full communion with that Church.—By Lord CLONCURRY from Carrickacross, against Coercive Measures for Ireland; for the Abolition of Tithes; and a Legislative Provision for the Destitute" the Infirm, and the Aged Population of Ireland; and by the same, from Donoughmore and Knocked, for the Abolition of Tithes.—By Earl GREY, from Clifton, Darkmouth, Hardness, and Townstall, for a participation in the Privileges of the Darkmouth Corpoaration; from Alnwick, that the Corporate Officers may be chosen by the Freemen; and from Leith, for Reform of the Burghs of Scotland and the System of Taxation adopted in them.