HL Deb 08 July 1834 vol 24 c1287

Bills. Read a first time:—Religious Assemblies.—Read a second time:—County Coroners.—Read a third time:—Securities (Ireland); Four-per-Cent Annuities.

Petitions presented. By the Earl of MALMESBURY, Lord SKELMERSDALE, the Earl of HADDINGTON, the Earl of WINCHILSEA, Lord FARNHAM, the Duke of GLOUCESTER, the Duke of WELLINGTON, and Lord BEXLEY, from various Places,—for Protection to the Established Church, and against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By Lord FARNHAM, from various Places in Ireland, for the Preservation of the Privileges guaranteed to the Protestant Church of Ireland at the Union.—By the Bishop of LONDON, from Shopkeepers of London, in favour of the Sabbath Observance Bill.—By the Earl of MALMESBURY, from St. Mary's, Whitechapel; and from St. Martin's, against the Poor-Laws' Amendment Bill.—By the Earl of POWIS, from Salop, for Relief to the Agriculturists; from Nettlestead, Salop, for an Alteration in the Sale of Beer Act, and against the Admission of Dissenters to the Universities.—By Lord WYNFORD, from Astbury and other Places; by the Earl of HADDINGTON, from Broadway and Ewelme Dorsetshire, with the same Prayer.—By the Earl of LIVERPOOL, from Lindfield, in favour of the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.