HL Deb 07 March 1833 vol 16 c332

Petitions presented. By Lord SIDMOUTH, from the University of Oxford; by the Earl of WICKLOW, from Buckerell; by the Marquess of WESTMITNSTER from Glasgow; by Lord SUFFIELD, from Bow and St. Pancras; by Lord BYRON, from Christ Church; by the Bishop of Lincoln, from Gainsborough; by the Earl of RODEN, from several Parishes in Dublin; and by the Earl of CAWDOR, from Cawdor,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath—By the Marquess of WESTMINSTER, from Dissenters at Thrapston, for the Repeal of all the Laws relative to the Observance of the sabbath—By Lord TEVNHAM, from Wakefield, in favour of the Factories Bill; and from Killeconigan, and other Places in Ireland, against the Coercive Bill By Lord, KING, from St. Mary's, Newington; by Lord DACRE, from Newport and Dunlop; by the Earl of CAWDOR, from Auchtergaven; and by Lord LILFORD, from Waldegraven, Wold Weldon, Scaldwell, and Cranford, Northamptonshire,—for the Abolition of Slaver.—By Lord KING, from St. Mary's, Newington, for the Repeal of the House and Window Tax.—By Lord DACRB, from Thurso, for the Abolition of Church Patronage.