HL Deb 19 March 1840 vol 52 c1220

Bill. Read a first time:—Metropolitan Police. Petitions presented. By Lord Rayleigh, from a place in Essex, against the Irish Municipal Bill.—By the Duke of Buccleugh, and Argyle, the Marquesses of Normanby, Bute, and Londonderry, the Earl of Aberdeen, and Lords Lurgan, and Holland, from an Immense number of places, in favour of the Principle of Non-Intrusion.—By the Marquess of Normanby, from Stepney, for an Alteration in the Leet Jury system; from Tralee, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws; from a body of Dissenters, against Expending the Public Money in Building Churches.—By the Earl of Glengall, from Clonmel, against Including that Town in Schedule A of the Irish Corporation Bill.