HL Deb 15 May 1834 vol 23 c1006

Petitions presented. By the Duke of BUCCLEUGH, from several Places, against the Separation between Church and State.—By the Earl of HADDINGTON, from the Presbytery of Lanark, against any Alteration in the present System of Church Patronage in Scotland.—By the Marquess of DOWNSHIRE, and Lords WHARNCLIFFE and BEXLEY, from several Places,—for Protection to the Established Church.—By the Duke of GLOUCESTER, from one Place, against the Admission of Dissenters to the Universities.—By the Bishop of GLOUCESTER, from Eastington, for the Repeal of the Sale of Beer Act.—By Lord SUFFIELD, from several Dissenting Congregations, for Relief to the Dissenters; and by Lord YARBOROUGH, from Lincoln and Llandovery, to the same effect; and for the Separation between Church and Slate.—By the Duke of GLOUCESTER, the Marquess of CHOLMONDELEY, Lords BEXLEY and FEVERSHAM, and the Earl of LINCOLN, from a Number of Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Lord YARBOROUGH, from a Number of Places, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest.