HL Deb 25 May 1835 vol 28 c44

Petitions presented. By the Duke of BUCCLEUGH, from the Agriculturists of Wellingborough, for Relief.—By the Earls of WILTON, RODEN, and HARROWBY, from Lancaster, Aberdeen, and Hannury, for Protection to the Protestant Church of Ireland.—By the Duke of SUTHERLAND, from the Synod of Ross, against the Grant to Maynooth College.—By Earl HOWE and the Bishop of LICHFIELD, from three Places,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By the Dukes of GORDON and SUTHERLAND, and the Earls of ROSSLYN and CAWDOR, from several Places,—in favour of,—and by Lord BROUGHAM and the Earl of ROSEBERY, against—any Grant of Money for Building Churches in Scotland.