HL Deb 24 April 1837 vol 38 c218

Bills. Read a first time:—Dublin Police.

Petitions presented. By the Earl of BANDON and other Noble LORDS, from various places, against the Abolition of Church-rates.—By the Earl of HADDINGTON, from the Presbytery of Dunbar, against the National system of Edu- cation (Ireland).—By the Earl of ROSEBERRY, Viscount DUNCANNON, and other Noble LORDS, from various places, for the Abolition of Church-rates.—By Lord CLONCURRY, from Rathkeale and other places, for Municipal Corporation Reform, and the Abolition of Tithes in Ireland.—By Lord FITZGERALD and VESCI, from Queen's County, against the Irish Municipal Corporation Bill.—By Lord BROUGHAM, from the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of the City of London, complaining of the unequal manner in which the Land-tax was assessed; and from Bradford, for Municipal Corporation Reform (Ireland).—By the Earl of HAREWOOD, from a place in the West Riding of Yorkshire, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Viscount MELBOURNE, from the Mayor and Aldermen of Boston; and from Carmarthenshire, for Municipal Reform in Ireland.—By the Earl of RODEN, from the parishes of St. John, Dublin, and of Ardroth, County of Tyrone, against Municipal Reform (Ireland).