HL Deb 21 February 1839 vol 45 c700

Bill. Read a second time:—Borough Court. Petitions presented. By the Earl of WINCHILSEA, from Malton (Yorkshire), by the Duke of WELLINGTON, from a number of places, by Lord WHARNCLIFFE, from several places, by Lord WROTTESLEY, from Portsmouth, and other places, by Lord PORTMAN, from a place in Somersetshire, by the Marquess of BUTE, from Arbroath, and several other places, by Lord REDESDALE, from Lancaster, by the Duke of BUCKINGHAM, from a number of places, and by Lord WYNFORD, from one place, against the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Lord RADNOR, from several places, by the Earl of MINTO, from Kinross, Hoy, and Hawick, and by the Marquess of BUTE, from the Town-Council of Ayr, for the Repeal of the Cornlaws.—By Lord WHARNCLIFFE, from the Moderator of the Synod of Edinburgh, for the advancement of Education.