HL Deb 09 March 1838 vol 41 c704

Petitions presented. By Lord BANDON, from Electors of Cork, for an annual revision of the Registry in Ireland; from Bandon-bridge, for the continuance of Medical Charities; and from several other places, against any National system of Education in Ireland which excluded the use of the Holy Scriptures.—By Lord REDESDALE, from Inverness, for the establishment of a Morning Mail from London to the North.—By Earl STANHOPE, from Merthyr Tydvil, and from Huddersfield, for the immediate repeal of the Poor-law Amendment Act.—By the Earl of RADNOR, from Ashburton, and from Blackburn, by Lord BROUGHAM, from Ashburton, and from Wesleyan Methodists at Acton, from Bath, from Wesleyan Methodists of Penzance (Cornwall), the inhabitants of Wincanton, Dorking, Airdale College (Yorkshire), and from several other places, for the immediate abolition of Slavery; from Dunbar, Kirkintolloch, and other places, against any grant to the Scotch Church; from Solicitors of Dundee, against the Sheriffs' Court Bill; from Cupar, to amend the Reform Act; and from Cupar, to repeal the Corn-laws.