HL Deb 18 May 1838 vol 42 cc1361-2

MINUTES.] Petitions presented. By the Earl of HADDINGTON, from two places in the county of Donegal, against the system of National Education (Ireland).—By the Earl of RODEN, from places in Armagh, and from the Masters and Wardens of the Corporation of Weavers of Dublin, by the Marquess of CLANRICARDE, from the county of Galway, and from the county of Leitrim, and by the Marquess of HEADFORT, from Cavan, against the Poor Relief (Ireland) Bill.—By the Marquess of SLIGO, from places in Northumberland, from Sheffield, Barnard Castle, Wesleyan Methodists of Maple Durham, Colchester, and various other places, and from the General Baptists of Lombard-street Chapel, London, by the Earl of ALBKMARLE, by the Duke of RUTLAND, by the Marquees of LANSDOWNE, from various places, by the Duke of CLEVELAND, from the Anti-Slavery Society of Durham, and from a place in the county of Durham, by Lord ASHBURTON, from the Town-council of Devonport, and from a place in the county of Ross, by Lord BROUGHAM, from Glasgow, Carlisle, Aberdeen, Manchester, Dublin, Stockport, Birmingham, Leeds, Portsmouth, Derby, Bath, Belfast, North Shields, and from the counties of Hereford, Fife, Stafford, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, York, Lancaster, Northampton, Worcester, Norfolk, Somerset, Hants, Devon, Suffolk, Huntingdon, Middlesex, Ayr, Banff, Elgin, Forfar, and a great number of other places, by the Marquess of CLANRICARDE, several, and by the Marquess of BUTE, from Luton (Bedfordshire), for the immediate Abolition of Negro Apprenticeship.—By Lord BROUGHAM, several, from places in Scotland and Yorkshire, against additional endowments to the Church of Scotland; by the Earl of ABERDEEN, from Edinburgh and from another place in Scotland, in favour of granting further endowments.—By the Earl of KINNOUL, from procurators of Perth, in favour of the Sheriff's Court (Scotland) Bill.—And by Lord ASHBURTON, from the vicar and churchwardens of Wynford, for the better Observance of the Sabbath.