HL Deb 20 July 1838 vol 44 c377

Bills. Read a second time:—Conveyance of Estates.—Read a third time:—Administration of Justice (New South Wales); Vagrant Acts Amendment.

Petitions presented. By Lord GLENELG, from Carnarvon, and by the Earl of FALMOUTH, from a place in Cornwall, for the Abolition of Idolatrous Worship in India.—By Viscount MELBOURNE, from Stockport, for the reduction of the rate of Postage; and from a place in Ireland, in favour of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—By the Bishop of GLOCESTER, from a place in his Diocese, against any further Grant to the College of Maynooth; from Honiton, North Shields, Warminster, Ottery, St. Mary's, Cambridge, Axminster, and many other places, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath; and from a place in Kent, for the Immediate Abolition of Negro Slavery.—By Lord COLCHESTER, from the Guardians of a Poor-law Union in Sussex, against Orders to prevent Paupers from attending the Parish Church.