HL Deb 17 April 1837 vol 37 c1296

Bills. Read a second time:—Dublin Police.

Petitions presented. By Lords STAFFORD, COLVILLE, the Dukes of WELLINGTON, BUCCLEUGH, and other Noble LORDS, from Norwich, Warwick, and other places, against; and by Lords DACRE, HOLLAND, BROUGHAM, and other Lords from Portsea, St. Ives, Huntingdon, for the Abolition of Church-rates.—By the Bishop of LONDON, from Hadleigh, Suffolk, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath; and from various places, for the Better Regulation of Factories.—By the Bishop of ST. ASAPH, from Montgomery, for Repeal of the Act passed last Session, relating to the Surplus Revenue of the Church.—By Earl FITZWILLIAM, from Horton, for Alteration of the Poor-laws Act—By the Bishop of CARLISLE, from a Parish of Cumberland, against the Introduction of the said Act into that Diocese.—By the Earl of HAREWOOD, from Gawthorpe, of a similar nature.