HL Deb 11 August 1835 vol 30 c242

Bill. Read a third time:—Larceny Act Amendment; Postage.

Petitions presented. By the Marquess of BUTE, from Kingarth, for further Accommodation in Scotch Churches.—By the Earl of STRADBROKE, from the East Suffolk Society, for Protection and Relief to the Agricultural Interest.—By the Bishop of LONDON, from Tottenham, against Allowing Beer to be drunk on the Premises of Beer-Shops.—By the Duke of RICHMOND, from Horse-leap, for Poor-laws to Ireland.—By Viscount MELBOURNE, Lords RADNOR and BROUGHAM, from a number of Places, in favour of,—and by the Earl of FALMOUTH, from two Places, against the Municipal Corporations' Bill.