HL Deb 16 July 1840 vol 55 c749

Bills. Read a second time:— Convicted Infants; Education.

Petitions presented. By the Bishop of London, from various places in his Diocese, for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day.— By Lord Kenyon, from Bradford (Somerset), Wellcombe, and other places, against any further Grant of Money to Maynooth College.— By the Earl of Haddington, from Whittingham, in favour of the Scotch Benefices Bill.— By the Bishop of Exeter, from Exeter, against the Grammar Schools Bill.— By the Marquess of Westminster, and Lord Stanley (of Aldersley), from the Inhabitants of the Township of Clive, various places in Chester, and other places, against the Weaver Churches Bill.— By the Duke of Richmond, from Liverpool, against the Beer Act Amendment Bill.