HL Deb 14 April 1836 vol 32 c1012

Petitions presented. By H. R. H. the Duke of CUMBERLAND, from the Corporation of Dublin, against the Municipal Corporations' Bill.—By the Bishop of LONDON, from Bury St. Edmund's, against the Punishment of Death for any Crime but Murder.—By the Earl of BEAUCHAMP, from the Magistrates of Worcester, against the Prisoner's Counsel Bill.—By the Duke of LEINSTER, from the Inhabitants of Dublin, in favour of the Municipal Corporations' Bill.—By Lord LYNDHURST, from the Solicitors of Nottingham, for an Alteration of the Ecclesiastical Courts' Consolidation Bill.—By Viscount DUNCANNON, from Coventry, that no Alteration be made in the Municipal Corporations' Act Amendment Bill.—By the Earl of HARROWBY, from Debtors in Liverpool Gaol, for the Abolition of Imprisonment for Debt.

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