HL Deb 21 March 1837 vol 37 c675

Bills. Read a third time:—Transfer of Aids.—Read a second time:—Royal Mint.

Petitions presented. By the Marquesses of BUTE, DOWN-SHIRE, the Earls of SHAFTESBURY, FALMOUTH, HARDWICKE, Lords WHARNCLIFFE, REDESDALE, the Archbishop of CANTERBURY, the Bishops of LONDON, BANGOR, EXETER, and RIPON, from Cardiff, Newport, Monmouth, and various other places, against the Abolition of Church-rates.—By Lord DACRE, Viscount MELBOURNE, and the Marquess of LANSDOWNE, from various places, for the Abolition of Church-rates.—By Lord BROUGHAM, from Wheatley, Oxfordshire, in which the Petitioners express their indignation at the means resorted to by persons opposed to the Abolition of Church-rates, to procure signatures.—By the Marquess of DOWNSHIRE, from Cumber, Down, stating particulars as to the ruinous, dilapidated, and dangerous state of the Church, and praying that it may be rebuilt—By the Bishop of CHICHESTER, from Chichester, against granting any further power to the Poor-law Commissioners.

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