HL Deb 01 August 1836 vol 35 c686

Bills. Read a third time:—Lighthouses; Richmond Penitentiary (Ireland); Ottoman Dominions Consuls. —Read a second time:—Stamp Duties on Newspapers.

Petitions presented. By the Duke of WELLINGTON from Saxmundham, for the Protection of the Protestant Religion, and together with Lord LYNDHURST, from various Places, against Imprisonment for Debt Bill; and from Shiffnal and the adjoining Parishes, against Marriages' Bill.—By the Duke of Richmond, from Meath, for the Protection of the Established Church (Ireland); and from Portsmouth, for Oyster Fisheries' Bill.—By Lord WYNFORD, from Blaxhall, and from St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, for Repeal and Amendment of Poor-Law Amendment Act; and from the last named Place, against the uniting of Parishes.—By the Marquess of BUTS, from Glenelg, against Universities' (Scotland) Bill.—By Lord DUNCANNON, from Kingston-upon-Thames, for Marriages and Registration of Births' Bills, and for Abolition of Church Rates.—By the Earl of CALEDON, from the Members of the Grand Panel, Armagh, against Grand Juries (Ireland) Bill.