HL Deb 07 July 1836 vol 34 c1291

Bills. Read a second time:—Commissary Courts (Edinburgh); Loan Societies' (Ireland).

Petitions presented. By several NOBLE LORDS, from various Places, against Universities' (Scotland) Bill.—By the Earl of MANSFIELD, from Penrith, Falmouth, and Truro, for the House to resist all attempts to interfere with their Rights, Privileges, and Independence.—By Lord WINFORD, from Holsworth complaining of Distress, and praying for Relief.—By the Marquess of WESTMINSTER, from St. James, Westminster, for Westminster Small Debts' Bill.—By Lord HOLLAND, from various Places, for Abolition of Church Rates By Lord PLUNKETT, from St. Paul, Dublin, for Municipal Corporation Reform Bill (Ireland) as first brought up from the Commons By Lord ASHBURTON, from Romford, that the Compulsory Clauses of Tithe Commutation Bill be delayed till next Session.—By Lord PLUNKETT, from St. Paul, Dublin, for Abolition of Tithes (Ireland).