HL Deb 18 April 1836 vol 32 c1114

Bills. Read a first time:—Mutiny; Marine Mutiny; Slave Abolition (Jamaica); Writers to the Signet Widows' Fund.

Petitions presented. By Lord SEAGRAVE, from the Dissenters of Hemel Hempstead, and Stroud, for Relief.—By the Earl of WESTMORELAND, from various Places, for an Alteration in the Ecclesiastical Courts' Consolidating Bill as relates to the Probate of Wills.—By the Marquess of DOWNSHIRE, from Newry, against the Municipal Corporations' Bill (Ireland).—By the Marquess of BREADALBANE, from Perth, in favour of the Municipal Corporations' Bi (Ireland).—By Viscount MELBOURNE and Lord STAFFORD, from various Places, in favour of the Municipal Corporations Bill (Ireland).—By Lord STAFFORD, from Rochester, against the Punishment of Death for any other Crime but Murder.—By Lord WYNFORD, from Beaconsfield, against Imprisonment for Debt.—By Lord TEMPLEMORE, from Kilcoursy, that Landlords who eject their Tenants may give them some Compensation, and that Poor Laws may be introduced into Ireland.