HL Deb 09 July 1838 vol 44 c1

Petitions presented. By Lord KENTON, from the Treasurer of the Benchers of the Middle Temple, to exempt the Preacher belonging to that Society from the provisions of the Clergy Residence Bill.—By Lord ASHBURTON, from Liverpool, and another place, for reduced Postage.—By the Duke of CLEVELAND, from West Horton, and other places in the counties of Durham, Norfolk, and Cumberland, for the Abolition of the Negro Apprenticeship system—By Lord REDESDALE, from a place in Surrey, against the Sale of Beer Act.