HL Deb 05 March 1838 vol 41 c385

Bills. Read a first time:—Protection of Slaves; Glebe Houses.—Read a second time:—Conservancy of the Thames.

Petitions presented. By Lord BEXLEY, from inhabitants of Blackheath, in favour of the Protestant Church.—By the Duke of RICHMOND, from the Archdeacon and Clergy of Chichester, against the union of the Bishopric of Sodor and Man with that of Carlisle.—By Lord FITZGERALD, from Lisburn, by Lord BROUGHAM, from Exeter, and from the same city, signed only by Females, and from Wesleyan Methodists of Devon, from Oldham, and from a number of other places, by Lord REDESDALE, from Stowmarket, and other places, and by the Marquis of LANSDOWNE, from Great Cheveley, Devizes, and other places, against Negro Apprenticeship.