HL Deb 22 July 1834 vol 25 c327

Bills. Read a third time:—Capital Punishment; Newspaper Stamps (Ireland); Sale of Tea; Greenwich Hospital Annuity; Port of London Dues.

Petitions presented. By the Marquess of CLANRICARDE, from the City of London, for amending the Poor-Law Amendment Bill.—By the Marquess of BUTE, from the Shareholders of the London and Westminster Bank, in favour of that Bank.—By Lord SUFFIELD, from three Places, for Altering the Law relating to Arson.—By the Earl of RADNOR, from Fenstanton, against Altering the Sale of Beer Act; from Dunning, for the Separation of Church and State.—By the Bishop of GLOUCESTER, from South Carlton, against the Claims of the Dissenters.—By the Duke of WELLINGTON, the Marquess of CHOLMONDELEY, the Earls of SHAFTESBURY and WINCHILSEA, and the Bishop of GLOUCESTER, from a great Number of Places,—for Protection to the Established Church.—By the Bishop of GLOUCESTER, from the Clergy of Shaftesbury, for a fair Equivalent in Case of a Commutation of Tithes.