HL Deb 14 May 1838 vol 42 c1170

Petitions presented. By the Duke of LEINSTER, from the Grand Jury of Clare, by the Marquess of LONDONDERRY, from Landholders of a parish in Antrim, by the Earl of RODEN, from the Grand Jury of Kilkenny, by the Earl of FINGALL. from the Grand Jury of Meath, and from the Grand Jury of the county of the town of Drogheda, and by the Earl of SHREWSBURY, from a parish in Dublin, against parts of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—By the Bishop of CHESTER, from certain Wesleyan Methodists, for the better Observance of Sunday.—By Lord WHARNCLIEFE, from a parish in Suffolk, from a place in Yorkshire, and from other places, that all Ecclesiastical Revenues may be appropriated to the spiritual improvement of the people.—By Lord HOWARD, of Effingham, from a place in Northumberland, by the Marquess of DOWNSHIRE, from Bandonbridge, and places in the county of Down, by the Duke of CLEVELAND, from Durham, Barnard Castle, and other places, by the Earl of CARLISLE, from members of the Society of Friends in Cumberland, by the Bishop of LONDON, from Hartley (Northumberland), by the Earl of BURLINGTON, from places in Westmorland and Derbyshire, by the Earl of SHREWSBURY, from Kilmain, and other places in Ireland, and by Lord, DENMAN (three), from Methodists of Manchester, and other places, for the Immediate Abolition of Negro Apprenticeship.—By Earl STANHOPE, from the parish of Revelsby, in the county of Lincoln, from the inhabitants of Chichester, and from Huddersfield and Bradford, against the New Poor-law.—By Viscount MELBOURNE, from two places, for Amendments in the Beer Act.—By the Bishop of DERRY, from the Governors of the Foundling Hospital, Dublin, praying that the interests and regulations of that Establishment may not be affected by the Irish Poor-law.