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Petitions in favour of: Of Members of the Church of Christ, Waterwork Street, Bootle; Leaders Meeting of the Wesleyan Society, Haltwhistle; Members and Attenders of the Religious Society of Friends in Huddersfield, signing; Members of the Paraclete Congregation Church, Newton Mambles; South Division Wales Monthly Meeting of the Society of Friends; Staines and District United Temperance Council; Quarterly Meeting of the Earlestown Grand Division Sons of Temperance; Congregation of Primitive Methodist Church, Hendon Road, Hull; Bethesda United Methodist Church, Leek; Women's Total Abstinence Union; Trinity Baptist Church, Horton Lane, Bradford; A Public Meeting held at the Baptist Schoolroom, Vine Street, Aldershot, 28th October, 1908; Stimpson Avenue Wesleyan Church, Northampton; Members of the Upper Chapel Unitarian Congregation, Sheffield, signing, and others; Oldham and District Band of Hope and Temperance Union; Council and Members of the Glasgow United Young Men's Christian Association (Temperance Section); Temperance Committee, South Wales District, Primitive Methodist Connexion; Society of Friends in the District of Moseley Road, Birmingham; A Public Meeting held in the Congregational Schoolroom at Mere, Wilts; A Meeting in connection with "Clapton Park" Congregational Church, London, N.E., held on 19th October, 1908; South Norwood P.S.A. Brotherhood; The Brentwood P.S.A. Brotherhood; The Inhabitants of Enfield at a Public Meeting 14th October, 1908; National Commercial Temperance League (Leicester Branch); Erdington Temperance Association; Sheffield Women's Christian Temperance Association; Evangelical Church Council of Kidderminster and District; Hoyland Primitive Methodist Circuit Temperance Union; Church of Christ Band of Hope, Thatto Heath, St. Helens, Lancashire; Members of the Guild of Fellowship in connection with Attercliffe Unitarian School Church; Sunday School Teachers and Elder Scholars of Upper Chapel, Sheffield; United Council of Sheffield and District Women's Liberal Associations; United Free Church of Scotland, Presbytery of Perth; Wesley Guild, Haltwhistle; Liskeard Temperance Society; Oldham and District Band of Hope Temperance Union; South Woodford Branch of British Women; Attercliffe Branch of Sheffield Women's Christian Temperance Association; Meetings of the Primitive Methodist Church at Selly Oak and Bowenbrook, 1st November, 1908; Public Meeting held at Patricroft on 12th October, 1908; Great Western Railway Temperance Union (Aberdare Branch); Public Meeting of the Members of the United Methodist Church, Molesworth Street, Rochdale; Congregation of the Calvinistic Methodist Church, Pwllheli, Carnarvonshire; Officers, etc., of the Wesleyan Church, Coventry Road, Birmingham; Congregation of the Oakdale Presbyterian Mission, Seacombe, Cheshire; Skye Presbytery of the United Free Church of Scotland; Ministers and Deacons of the Calvinistic Methodists of South Cardiganshire; Congregation of the Ainon Baptist Chapel, Abertyssiog, Monmouth; International Order of Good Templars, Perseverance Lodge, No. 2706; Coleridge Lodge, No. 4523; Swallowfield Lodge, Reading; Littlehampton Branch; Public Meeting in the Wesleyan Chapel, Littleborough, 3rd November, 1908; Public Meeting held at Hampstead Norris, near Newbury; Brunswick Welsh Wesleyan Church, Rhyl; Meeting of the Inhabitants of the Town of Sandown; Public Meeting held at Bolingey, in the County of Cornwall; Scholars attending the Greet Early Morning Adult School, Birmingham; Executive Officers of the St. John Street Welsh Temperance Society, Chester; Branch of the Original Order of the Total Abstinent Sons of The Phœnix, Seacombe, Cheshire (Bond of Union Lodge, No. 212); Congregation of the United Methodist Church, Haddington Road, Devonport; Temperance Meeting at Mexborough; The following Branches of the British Women's Temperance Association; Sheringham, Truro, Ashton-under-Lyne, Cockermouth, Tunbridge Wells, Holbeck and New Wortley; The Low Bentham Unsectarian Band of Hope; Kirkcaldy Presbytery of the United Free Church of Scotland; Members of the Baptist Church, Astley Bridge, Bolton; Primitive Methodist Church, New Southgate, Enfield Circuit; Welsh Congregational Church, Martin's Lane, Liscard, Cheshire; River Street Women's Early Morning School, Birmingham; Independent Order of Good Templars (Llanelly Welsh District); Zion United Methodist Sunday School, Batley; Primitive Methodist Church, Bushill Park, Edmonton; Primitive Methodist Church of Goff's Oak, Cheshunt, Herts; Primitive Methodist Church, Enfield Lock; Primitive Methodist Church, Chase Side, Enfield; Harrow and District Free Church Council; Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of Beeston in the County of Notts; Jerusalem Presbyterian Church, Abertyssiog, Monmouth; Primitive Methodist Church of Lye; Friends' Adult School, Rawdon; Public Meeting held in the Wesleyan Schools, St. Helens, on 11th November, 1908; Rotherham and District Sunday School Band of Hope Union; Public Meeting at Bacup; Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of Beaumaris; Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of Southport; Public Meeting of the Inhabitants of Woodbridge: Independent Order of Rechabites (Falmouth) (Safe Anchorage Tent, No. 2,185); Kent and Sussex Baptist Association (Sussex District); Of a Public Meeting at Earby; The Parishioners of the Parish Church, King's Heath; The People's Bible Class, Birmingham; Primitive Methodist Church, Birmingham; River Street Women's School, Birmingham; Miss S. Dobbins, Summer Lane, Birmingham; British Women's Temperance Association, Ossett; Audience at Ebenezer Hall, Everton; Wesleyan Methodist Church, Cwm; Worshippers at St. Domingo Hall, Everton; Welsh Wesleyan Church, Rhyl; Inhabitants of Beeston Edge End Church, Sydbrook Circuit; Watson Street Men's Meeting, Plaistow; Primitive Methodists Church, Hedgefield; Fidelity Tent, No. 146, of the Independent Society of Rechabites, Crawford; Public Meet- ing at Craven Arms, Salop; York and District Band of Hope Union; Watson Street Mission Lodge of the Independent Order of Good Templars, Plaistow; Guardian Eagle Tent, No. 1,663, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Falkirk; Ivy Tent, No. 2,841, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Mapplewell; Advance Tent, No. 1,102, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Thornhill Edge; Dyfodel Ein Gwlad, Tent, No. 1,921, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Troedyrhin; Blodenyn Yr Yynys Tent, No. 2,009, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Yynshir; Royal Oak Tent of the Independent Order of Rechabites; High Peak Tent, No. 78, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Peak Dale; Jubilee Tent, No. 1,785, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Vigilant Tent, No. 1,198, of the Independent Order of Rechabites, Cleckheaton; Quarterly Conference of Temperance Reformers, Pendlebury; London Sons of Temperance Friendly Society; Temperance Committee of the Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Denomination; Truro Branch of the British Women's Temperance Association; Church of Christ, Bootle; Citizens of East Grinstead; Welsh Congregational Church, Birmingham; British Women's Temperance Society, Grimsby; British Women's Temperance Association, Leicester; Advance Guard, 1884 Tent, of the International Order of Good Templars; British Women's Temperance Association, Winsford; Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Church, Birmingham; Non-conformists Ministers Fraternal Meeting, St. Helens; Duke Street United Methodist Church, Southport; Heckmondwike Temperance Society; Jerusalem Welsh Methodist Church, Ynysybwl; Lodge No. 1, St. John's of the Red Cross Knights; Seacombe Presbyterian Church; Trustees of the Prescot Wesleyan Methodists Church; Presbytery of Hawick of the United Free Church of Scotland; Primitive Methodist Church, Ladywood; "Hope of Bearwood" Lodge of Good Templars, Smethwick; People's Bible Class, Birmingham; United Methodist Mission, Derby; Seacombe Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Meeting; Leagram's Tent, No. 3,371, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; United Free Presbytery of Ardrossan; Parishioners of Parish Church, King's Heath; "Veto" Tent, No. 2,534, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Wesleyan Methodists Church, Clawton; County Council of the West Riding of Yorkshire; British Women's Temperance Association, Handsworth; Baptist Church, Ripley; Hay Mills Congregational Pleasant Sunday Afternoon Meeting, Birmingham; Ministers and Officials of the Wesleyan Methodist Church in the Ilkley Circuit; Wisbech and District Free Church Council; Independent Methodist Temperance Society, Bingham; Martock Lodge, No. 4,623, of the International Order of Good Templars; Bright Hope of the Future Tent, No. 1,374, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Good Intent Tent, No. 203, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Vale Royal Safeguard Tent, No. 1,510, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Ark of Safety Tent, No. 1,349, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Hope of Lostock Tent, No. 1,862, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Blaguryn Goluithiol Tent, No. 1,808, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Gwiullan Tent, No. 2,211, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Dyfodol Dar Tent, No. 2,616, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Gobaith yr Ynys Tent, No. 1,825, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Gogonant Llanfabon Tent, No. 2036, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Blodewyn Dirwest Tent, No. 1,959, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Dyfodol Ein Gwlad Tent, No. 1,921, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Tent, No. 2,126, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Baner Sobrwydd Tent, No. 2,218, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Gobaith Cynon Tent, No. 2,061, of the Independent Order of Rechabites; Calvinistic Methodist Church, Pandy Tudur, Llanrwst; Total Abstinent Sons of the Phœnix Friendly Society, Bilston; South Woodford Branch of British Women's Temperance Association; Brixton Hill Men's Meeting; Branches of the National British Women's Temperance Association at Sheriff Hutton, Toxteth (Liverpool), Poringland (Norwich), Waterloo and Blundellsands, Tollington Park and Hornsey, Highbury, Woodhall Spa, Eccleshill, (Bradford), Ashton-under-Lyne, Hayling Island, Rushden, Sleaford, Sunderland, Heath (Cardiff), Bilston, Runcorn, Man- chester Road, Tottenham, Truro, Southend, Chingford, Arboretum, Penarth, Stockport, Keighley, Eccles, Maidstone, Mickley, Wingrove, Felton, Retford, Walton, Blackheath, Amble, Goxhill, West Finchley, Bedminster, Teams, Gateshead, Swansea, New Southgate and Friern Barnet, York, Hafod, Hales Owen, Wallasey, Willesden, Winchester, Upminster, Blandford, Burgess Hill, Ditchling, Hassocks, Daventry, Coalville, Aintree, Enfield, Harringay and West Green, Bowes Park and Wood Green (five Branches), Darlington, Leicester, Langley Mill, Heswall, Weardale, St. Albans, Eastside, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Lincoln, Bishopston, Flamborough, Shipley, Cleckheaton, Manor Park, Brynmawr, Fairfield, Bentham, Staincliffe, Wooton Bassett, Wood Green, Hebden Bridge, Blackburn, Isleworth, Higham Ferrers, Liverpool Centre, Birkenhead, Bridlington, Clydach (Glamorganshire) Littlehampton, Blyth, Camberwell, Tilehurst, Buxton, Highbury Park, Crouch Hill, Swavesey, Adderbury East, Eastbourne, Malton, Walkden, Mexborough, Hyde, Brighton, Yeadon, Grimsby, Redhill, Benwell, Loddon, Ripley, West Bromwich, Durham City, Willington Quay, Peak Dale and District, Glossop, Southfields, Dawley, Walsall, Lutterworth, Twickenham, Stoke and Trent Vale, West Jesmond, Wallasey Village, Harrow, Preston (Brighton), Stourport, Abertillery, Treforest, Hungerford, Anerley and Penge, Leytonstone, Roundhay, Chesterfield, Letchworth, Audley and Halmerend, Bentinck (Newcastle-on-Tyne), Palmer's Green, Roseville Road (Leeds), Leominster, Folkestone, Bow and Bromley (E.), Carlisle, Westmoor and Forest Hall, Catford, St. Day, Irthlingborough, Scotland Road (Liverpool), Bitterne Park, Neath, Allerton (Bradford), Shieldfield (Newcastle-on-Tyne), Waverley Park, Winsford (Cheshire), Kettering, Chiswick, Plymouth, and Stonehouse, Marsden (Huddersfield), Huntingdon, Old Southgate, Accrington, Colwyn Bay, Clevedon, East Ham and Upton Park, East Croydon, Kirkdale, Headingley (Leeds), Constitution Hill (Birmingham), Bootle (Lancashire), Norwich, Aberdare, Prittlewell, Canterbury, Scotswood-on-Tyne, Saffron Walden, Woolstanton (Staffordshire), Ingleton, Hailsham, Brackley, Skegness, Basingstoke, Halton and Crossgates, St. Anne's-on-Sea, Gateshead, Cadoxton, Manselton (Swansea), Greenwich, Gosforth, Long Melford, Tonbridge, Helmsley, Barton-on-Humber, Leyton, Herne Bay, Harringay and West Green, Chesham, Altrincham and Bowdon, New Holland (Lincolnshire), Malvern Cambridgeshire Scattered Members, Canton (Cardiff), Welburn (York), Aspatria, Honiton, Stourbridge, Bowes Park, (North London), West Kirby, Exmouth, Muswell Hill, Great Yarmouth, Street (Somersetshire), Swinton and Pendlebury, Mapperley (Nottinghamshire), Lower Edmonton, Astwood Bank, Whitby, Farm Street (Birmingham), Cleethorpes, Seaton Delaval, Wimbledon (No. 2), Sherwood and Carrington, Hornchurch, Upper Norwood, Hylton, Ilkley, Barnet, Carley Street (Leicester), Crosby (Liverpool), Wrexham, Scarborough, Goole, Liskeard, Saltley New Brighton, Launceston, Blundellsands and Waterloo "Y", Shipley, Nottingham County Union, Finsbury Park, South Hayling, Sidcup, Weymouth, Wigton, Great Bridge (Tipton), Hither Green, Rayleigh, Tulse Hill and West Norwood, Howden-le-Wear and Beechburn, Burnley, Coneysthorpe, Gorleston, Sutton-in-Ashfield (Nottinghamshire), Newport (Pembrokeshire), Lancaster, Swindon, Wallington, West Walthamstow, Wingrove, Thatcham, Tranmere, Four Oaks and Hill, North Shields, Kentish Town, Forest Gate, Upminster, Cross Street Baptist Church, Wimborne, Thirsk, Olney, Hove, Sutton, Pocklington, Abercarn, Tulse Hill and West Norwood, Salisbury, Hammersmith, Louth, Sittingbourne, Stalybridge, Highgate, Purton, Wiltshire, Morecambe, Pontypridd, Earlestown, Barry Dock, Whitley Bay, Hasland (Chesterfield), Guiseley, Bedford, Tipton, Wimbledon, North Finchley and Whetstone, Streatham and Balham, Bideford, Ripon, Ackworth, Manningtree, Cowes, Stratford and West Ham, Newbury, Winlayton, Cleator Moor, Batley, Thrapston, Stockton-on-Tees, Barrow-on-Humber, Barnsley, Woking, Wallingford, Annelrey and Penge, Measham, Barbican, Boreham Wood and Elstree, Portsmouth, Kirkby Stephen, Cilfynydd, Barnsbury, Bishop Auckland, Gloucester, East Dulwich, Raunds, Bedale, Dudley, Holloway, Newbridge, Birstall, Selly Oak (Birmingham), Bolsover, Hyson Green, Burley (Leeds), Leek, Pudsey, Burslem, Low Fell, Thorne, Minehead, Bristol, Havant, Chatteris, Newport (Isle of Wight), Barry, Knottingley, Hessle, Boston, Bath, Middleton, Rockferry, Reading, Oldham, Lydney, Clapton, Woodstock, Cheltenham, Cambridge Heath and London Fields, Stoke Newington, Rotherham, Richmond (Surrey), Woodhouse (Leeds), Rectory Road (Clapton), Paddington, Kilburn, and St. John's Wood, Reigate, Carr's Hill (Gateshead), Ystalyfera, Rochdale, West Bridgford, Totnes, Romford, Woodford Green, Ipswich, Cambridge, Devonshire Square (Stoke Newington), Filey, Frances Willard (Leyton), Wednesbury, Marple, East Ardsley (Yorkshire), Sutton Coldfield and Erdington, Morley, Horsforth (Leeds), Seaforth, Brondesbury Mothers Meeting, Low Moor, Plymouth, Morning Lane Working Women's, Selby, West Bowling, Lady Lane (Leeds) Central Mission, Heanor, Southport, Rye, Wavertree, Tyne Dock (South Shields), Wibsey (Bradford), Clitheroe, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, Victoria Hall Branch (East Greenwich), South Shields, Woodborough Road (Nottingham), Bishopston "Y", Mundesley-on-Sea, Penzance, Nevagissey, Redruth, Claremont Hall, North, Falmouth, Liverpool West Toxteth, Wadebridge, Saltash, Islington, Derby, Hastings, Seaford, Christchurch (Westminster Bridge Road), Wakefield, Stocksfield, Hope Street "Y", (Liverpool), Shrewsbury, Devonport, Port Sunlight, Neston (Cheshire), Preston Park, Small Heath, Edgbaston "Y," Great Yarmouth "Y," Canton (Cardiff), Greet, Grafton, Lenton; of the following branches of the Young British Women's Temperance Association at Short Heath, Norwich, Islington, West Bridgford, Birkenhead (Oxton), Fulham, Wood Green, West Hull, Sutton Coldfields and Erdington, Bilston, Longton, Burnley, Newcastle-on-Tyne (Jesmond), Workington, Winsford, Warrington, Dawley, Rochdale, Ripley (Derbyshire), Tunbridge Wells, Tranmere, Kingston-on-Thames, Bedford, Marple (Cheshire), Heckmondwike, Coventry, Reigate, Darlington, Pudsey, Wallington, Croydon, Cockermouth, West Bowling, Muswell Hill, Bowes Park, Horley, Hornsey, Finsbury Park, Canton (Cardiff); of the following County Unions of the British Women's Temperance Association at Staffordshire, Sussex, Hertfordshire, South Metropolitan Union, Cornwall County, Cumberland and Westmoreland, Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, Berkshire County Union, Hertfordshire County Union, Worcestershire and Herefordshire, Lincoln County Union, Birmingham, Warwickshire and District Union, North Metropolitan Union, Lancashire; of the following Branches of the Women's Christian Temperance Association, Oxford Road, Dock Mission, Heaton Moor, Ravencroft, Withington, Longsight, Oldham Road, Salem, Collyhurst, South Reddish "Y," Ladybarn, Chorlton-cum-Hardy, Levenshulme "Y," Droylsdon, Ardwick, Greenhill Street (Greenhays), Withington "Y," Whalley Range, Higher Openshaw, Miles Platting, Radnor Street, Regent Road, Salford, Cheetham Hill and Crumpsall, Dolphin Street, Broughton, Manchester Girl's Institute, Lower Chatham Street, Manchester and Salford; of the following Branches of the Women's Total Abstinence Union at Ushaw Moor, Bromley and Shortlands (2), Bristol, East, Society of the, Crawley, Huddersfield, Slough, Slough Junior, Brislington, Leytonstone, Exeter, Kelvedon, Hayward's Heath, Enfield, Langley Park (County Durham) Junior Society, Bromley and Shortlands Executive Committee, Chelmsford, Clapton and Stamford Hill, Young Women's Social, Meopham, Streatham and Tulse Hill; of the following Branches of the British Women's Temperance Association at Consett and Blackhill: Mickley, Wingrove, Felton, Retford; of the following Tents of the Independent Order of Rechabites at Leadhills, Salford Unity, Airdrie, Falkirk, Glasgow, Govan, Skinflats, Whitewick, Blantyre, Carron, Glasgow, Oban, Budleigh Salterton, Lisburn, Maddiston, Lennoxtown, Thorniewood, Carlukes, Shotts, Bonnybridge, Wisham, New Tredegar, Dorchester, Belfast, Glasgow, Dalserf, Karnes, Shillingstone (Dorsetshire), Fort William, Bothwell, Law, South Hiendly, Cawthorne, Birdwell, Harley (Rotherham), St. Wakering, Chelmsford, Saffron Walden, Stirling, Dumbarton, Stirling, Lanark, Stirlingshire, Chayston, Kirkintilloch, Blackburn, Moretonhampstead, Exmouth, Horton, Fauldhouse, Shotts, Balluchulish, Partick, Kippen, Motherwell, Lesmahagow, Douglas, Larbert, Coatbridge, Paisley, Glenboig, Ellenabeich, Glasgow, Brentwood, Woodham Ferris, Stonehouss, Ringwood, Boscombe, Hampshire, Langham, Gosport, Crossford, Glasgow, Golbarne, Helsingham, Belfast, Cowie, Old Kilpatrick, Waterside, Stirling Larne, Belfast (2), Canterbury, Standburn, Hillside, Motherwell, Overtown, Avonbridge, Haggs, Belfast, Glasgow, Canterbury (2), Houston, Alloa, Bridge of Weir, Elderslie, Govan, Mexborough, Warrington, Garswood, Haydock, Newtownards, Ballymena, Cambuslang, Douglas Water, Stockholm Heath, Kilmalcolm, Renton, Strathaven, Clackmannan, Glasgow, Hamilton, Maryhill, Kilsyth, Liverpool (2), Chesterfield, Leeds; Of the following Bands of Hope, Baptist, Langley Mill, Wesleyan, Thurgoland, Sheffield, Chapeltown and Distrist, Ne'son and District, Canterbury (6), Doncaster, Huddersfield and District, Dewsbury and District, Bishop Auckland and District, Bristol, Derby (2), Colne (2), Cardiff and District, Long Eaton, Northamptonshire, Bolton (10), Bootle, Manningtree, Beverley, Yorkshire; Of the United Kingdom Railway Temperance Union at Sheffield; Of the following Sunday Schools, Congregational, Sheffield (2), Primitive Methodist, Bromley, Kent, Wesleyan, Liskeard, Unitarian, Colne, Wesleyan, Trawdon, Derby and District, Baptist, Osmaston, Derby, St. Mary's Gate, Derby, Rutland Street, Derby, Primitive Methodist, Oakhurst, Batley, Wesleyan, St. Helen's Road, Bolton, Presbyterian, Canterbury, Hanover, Bolton, Northampton (2), Bolton (11), Holland Street, Blackfriars, S.E., Kent Street, Tabard Street, S.E., Wesleyan Methodist, Bootle, Lancashire, Christian Workers, Christchurch, Liscard, Cheshire; Of the following Wesley Guilds at Hull, Worcester, Northampton (5), Bristol (2), Marske-by-Sea, Yorkshire, Bootle, Cardiff, Bourne, Lincolnshire, Young People's Guild, Leeds; Of the following Christian Endeavour Societies: United Methodist Christian, Sheffield (2), Masbro', Rotherham, Chester, Northampton (8), Derby, Bristol, Canterbury, Hull, Christchurch, Westminster Bridge Road, Kingsthorpe; Of the following Young People's Christian Endeavour Societies at Doddridge Church Northampton (4), Boulevard Baptist, Hull (2); Of the following Temperance Societies and Unions, Temperance Festival Association, West Sleekburn and Stakeford, United Kingdom Railway, Barnard Castle, Stockton-on-Tees, Ladies, Liverpool, Gospel Blue Ribbon Mission, Derby, Temperance Workers, Derby, Women's United, Ealing, United Working Men's, Leeds, Adult School, Worcester, United, Carshalton and Wallington, The Temperance Societies, Longton, Staffordshire, The Queen's Road, Wallington, Lowesmoor, Worcester, Total Abstinence Society, Worcester, Old Baptist Church, Broseley, Salop, Dewsbury, Bishop Auckland, Unitarian, Liverpool, Bridlington, Clifton, Bristol, South Nutfield, Liskeard, Baptist, Peckham, Chignal, Chelmsford, Tredrizzick, Temperance Council, Christ Church, Westminster Bridge Road, Bolton, Wesleyan Methodist, Linacre, Northamptonshire, St. Andrews Presbyterian Temperance Guilds, Canterbury Lytchett Minster; Of the following Divisions of the Sons of Temperance at Hauxley, Cardiff, Derby, Goole, Earlestown, Bolton; Church of England Temperance Society, Lillingstone Lovell; Of the following Lodges of the International Order of Good Templars at Northern Light Lodge, Newcastle-on-Tyne (3), Hebburn, Leasingthorne, Washington, Leeds, Chesterfield (2), Colne, Northampton (5), Bristol, Southport, Kingsthorpe, Weedon, Bolton, Warrington, St. Helen's, Newton-le-Willows, Oxford; Public Meetings at Great Ayton, Stockton-on-Tees, Rotherham, Prudhoe-on-Tyne, Bromley, Sheffield, Carshalton, Cambervell, Misterton, Stockport, Derby, Brampton, Skegness, Woodhall Spa, Thorpe-on-the-Hill, Coseley, Leicester, Gainsborough, Retford, Fenny Stratford, Pucklechurch, Bristol (15), Keynsham, Wigan, Southampton, Swansea, Market Harborough, Hull, Lincoln, Sawbridgeworth, Little Hallingbury, Fernhill Heath, Worcester, Middlewick, Crediton, Spridlington, Bardney, Sleaford, Navenby, Billinghay, Duston, Ministerley, Kirkdale, Liverpool (9), Glazebury, Great Shelford, Cherryhinton, Peckham Rye, Oxford (5), Dawley, Golborne, Stoke-on-Trent, Birkenhead (2), Prescot, Crewe, Luton, Sparkbrook, Birmingham, Broomfield, Bolton, Cheslyn Hay, Chorley, Newbury, Chesham, Havelock Hall, W.C., Darlington, Everton (2), Seaforth, Hanley Castle, Birkenshaw, New Ferry, Cleck- heaton, Birstall, Armley, Belvedere, Crediton; Church of Christ at Parton, Heanor, Derbyshire, Birmingham (3), Bradford, Barrow-in-Furness, Whitehaven, Swindon, Knaphill, Woking, Harrogate, Southfields, S.W., Doncaster, Mapplewell, Barnsley, Dalton-in-Furness, Bourneville, Hull, Leeds, Birkenhead, Kirkby-in-Ashfield, Leigh, Lancashire, Leicester St. Helens, Birstall, United Methodist Churches at Stockton-on-Tees, Middlesborough, Leeds, Ilkeston, Derby, Colne (2), Hayland Common, Shiney Row: Primitives Methodists of Tudhoe Colliery, Bedminster, Derby, Sheffield, Methodist New Connexion of Wallsend-on-Tyne; Welsh Congregational Churches at Chester, Birkenhead (2), Liverpool; Congregationalists of North Finchley (2), Exmouth, Hassocks Whetston, Halifax, Huddersfield, Leeds, Seacombe, Chester, Balham, Ferndown, Liverpool (2), Ainsdale, Southport (2), Orrell, Upways, Puddletown, Shaftesbury, Bristol, Northampton, Dorchester, Leeds, Melbourne, Derby, London, Sheffield, Bere Regis, Blandford, Morely, Barmouth, Canterbury, Poole, Bolton (2), Hastings, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Northampton (3), Beaminster, Buckley, Cerne Abbas; Committee of Friargate Chapel, Derby; King Street Free Church, Maidstone; Norchcliffe Chapel, Styal; Ancient Chapel and Hope Street Church, Liverpool (2); Christ Church Reformed Episcopal and Memorial Church, Liscard (2); Unity Chapel, Bristol; Brightmet Free Church and St. George's Road Church, Bolton (2); New Road Chapel, Oxford; Melbourne Hall Church, Leicester; Kettering Road Church, Northampton; Unitarian Free Church, West Kirby; Welsh Presbyterian Congregation, Liverpool; English Presbyterian Churches, Chester, New Brighton, Niston, St. Leonards-on-Sea, Canterbury, Free Church Councils of Worcester, Halifax, Yeadon, Coggleshall, East Lancashire, Worksop, Wem, Shropshire, Hull, Bromley, Beckenham, South Bank, Canterbury; Provincial Assembly of Non-Subscribing Ministers and London and South-Eastern Counties Mothers' Meetings at Alvaston, near Derby, Bromley, Kent; Wesleyan Women's Bible Classes, East Bristol, Bromley, Kent (2); Women's Societies at Mothers' Meeting at Bromley (4), Bristol, East, Benwell, Derby; Women's Adult Schools at Leeds, Plymouth, Westbury Brotherhood; Pleasant Sunday Afternoon, New Barnet, Northampton, Hastings, Oxford, North Shields; Mothers' Meeting at Cleckheaton, Homerton; Men's Adult School, Batley; Baptist Men's Own, Leeds; Primitive Methodist Adult Bible Class, Armly; Adult School, Leeds (2); Adult Bible Class, Yorkshire Federation; Adult Schools, Halifax, Marsden, Bradford (2); Men's Meeting, Beeston Hill; Adult School, Hartshead Moor, Headingley; Men's Meeting, North Finchley, Great Boughton; Bible Classes, Derby (7), Northampton, Sheffield, Mickleover, Hayland Common; Wesleyan Class Meeting, Liscard; Brotherhoods, Battersea, Oxford; Pleasant Sunday Afternoons, Everton, Bootle, Bellingham; Men's Brotherhood, Bromley Common; Central Hall Men's Own, Bromley; Friends' Adult School, Horfield; Christians' Meeting House, Netherfield; Religious Society of Friends, Stockport, Cardiff; Baptist Church, Northampton; Classes at Northampton (5), Peckham, Leeds, Liverpool, Liscard (2), Church of Christ, Sheffield, Morley, Askam, Southborough, Nottingham, Dewsbury, Hinckley, South Shields, Leyton, N.E., Ulverston, Liverpool, Wigan, Heanor, Huddersfield, Southport, Leicester, South Wigston, Sheffield, Hindley, Brighton, Blackburn, Uckfield, Altrincham, Percy Main, Northumberland, Birkenhead, Great Saughall, Southport; Welsh Baptist Churches, Liverpool (3); Baptist Churches, North Finchley, Chorley, Hemel Hempstead, Wigan, Birkenhead (4), Bootle-cum-Linacre, Westminster Bridge Road, S.E., Liverpool (2), Claremont, Bolton, Gillingham, Canterbury, Halifax, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, Hastings, West Haddon, Blisworth, Weedon, Earl's Barton, Northampton (2), Harpole, Bristol (2), Dover, Chester, Melbourne, Derby (3), Colne, Rye Lane, Peckham, S.E., Sheffield and District; Baptist Associations of Shropshire, Kent, Sussex, Wesleyan Society and Congregation, Stenson; Churches, Mickleover, Newcastle-on-Tyne (3); Wesleyan Methodist Churches, Ushaw Moor, Alvastone, Northampton (2), Kislingbury, Wooton, New Holland, Barton-on-Humber, Tonge Moor, Bolton, Roade, Wallingford Wesleyan Methodist Church, Egre- mont (4), Liverpool; Wesleyan Churches, Plymouth, Childrey, Crowthorne, Northampton (3), New Brighton, St. Leonard's-on-Sea (2), Hastings, Bootle, Liverpool, Bolton, Oxford, Nestory, Birkenhead; Society of Friends, Kelvedon, Northampton, Halifax; Welsh Calvinistic Methodist Churches, Liverpool (3), Rockferry, Bootle, Birkenhead; Independent Methodist Churches (Band of Hope), Bolton (4), Bradford Moor; Primitive Methodists, Aintree, Liverpool (2), Bolton (2), Swanscombe, St. Leonard's-on-Sea, Northampton (2); United Methodists, Liverpool (2), Forest Hill, S.E., Bolton (2), Leicester, Bleadney, Halifax (2), Gildersome, Huddersfield, Middlesborough, Haverton Hill, Leeds, Independent Order of Rechabites from the following Tents: Nodfa Glyd, Rose, Blodewyn Yr Yynys, Castell Cariad, Seren Bethlehem, Sons of Toil, Mid Glamorganshire District, Alpha of Monmouthshire, Pride of Cwm; English Wesleyan Sunday School, Pontardawe; Ffestiniog and Langranog Temperance Societies; Church of Christ, Cwmaman; Zion English Baptist Church, Ynysybwl; English Wesleyan Churches, Pontardawe, Ynysybwl; Moriah Welsh Calvinistic Church, Cefn-Coed; Jerusalem Welsh Methodist Church and Bethel Welsh Calvinistic Church, Ynysybwl; Bethania Welsh Congregational Church, Abercynon; English Congregational Churches at Ynysybwl, Corwen, Old Colwyn, Gwersyllt; Welsh Congregational Churches of Gellideg, Bryn Seion, Ynysybwl, Cwmdare, Merthyr Vale, Nelson, Godseaman, Penegoes, Oswestry, Llanwyddyn, Hansaintffraid, Llanbrynmain, Llanidloes, Penytontawr, Aberhosan, Carno, Penarth, Llanfair (4), Hanwnog, Sammah, Cemmet Road, Llanerfyl, Voerl, Penygroes, Llanselin, Ceidio, Morfa Nivin, Hanrhaeadi, Cardiff (5), Newtown, Merthyr Tydfil, Fourcrossis, Penlan, Horeb Llwydcoed, Nefyn, Groeslon, Rhaslan, Llanystumdwy, Carmel, Portmadoc, Borth-y-Gist, Morfa Byschan, Nazareth, Penrhyndendraith, Criccieth, Talybont, Nebo, Abernant, Bedlinog, Calfaria, Ffinnegroew, Rossett, Johnstown, Shotton, Rhosrobin, Wrexham, Ferndale, Dowlais, Ruabon; Association of Welsh Congregational Churches, North Glamorganshire; Presbyterian Churches, Groeslwyd, Coedway, Newtown, Llanymymech, Machynlleth, Newport Road, Cardiff, Carlisle Street, Cardiff; Congregational Churches Cefn Coed (2), Hebron, Bryneraes, Pwllheli, Ystradgynlais; Public Meeting, Taffs Well and District; Methodist Church, Rhiwlay; Congregational Churches, Maengwry-nedd, Bwlchyffridd, Bethel, Newtown, Meiford, Braichywaen, Llanfyllin, Cwmnantymeichiaid, Calvinistic Methodist Church, Saron Forge, Llansilin, Llawrycwm, Trefnannan, Gwern-y-pant, Cemmaes, Caersws, Meiford, Bontnewydd, Pentrefelin, Carneddaer, Derwenlas, Aberangell, Llanwrin, Mallwydd, Llanfihangel, Pontrobert, Darowen, Rhydyfelin, New Mills, Hanwrin, Delanog, Llansantffraid, Llanfechain, Pontyperthog, Maesgwyn, Llanbryn, Llanidloes, Park, Llanrharder, Trefeglwys, Llamryglyn, Glaig, Pentyrch, Bethlehem, Soar, Llanfair, Rhydwen, Machynlleth, Carno, Llanrhaiadr, Maengwynedd, Llangynog, Cardiff (3), Capel Uchaf; Methodist Church, Cefn Canol, Horeb, Dolanog, Llangadfan, Adfa, Tregynon, Nenadd, Manledd, Capel Isaf, Deildref, Llanwyddyn; Wesleyan Methodist Church, Cardiff; Congregational Church, Aberangell; Calvinistic Methodist Church, Abermwle; Baptist Church, Cefn Coed, Llanfyllin (2), Caersws, Kerry, Llanidloes, Llanllygan, Llanfair, Machynlleth, Llanrhaidr, Rumney, Cardiff (7); Unitarian Church, Cefn Coed; Welsh Wesleyan Church, Llandiloes (2), Machynlleth, Deep Cutting Penygarnedd, Rumney,; Wesleyan and Calvinistic Methodist Churches, Penygroes; Wesleyan Methodist Churches, Llanfyllin, Llanfechain; Methodist Church, Hirnant; Wesleyan Churches, Llansantffraid, Llanrhaiadr; United Methodist Mission, Cardiff; Three Nonconformist Churches, Birchgrove; United Kingdom Alliance, South Wales; United Methodist Church, Primitive Methodist Church, and Forward Movement Church, Cardiff; Independent Order of Rechabites, Hove of the Valley Tent, Merthyr Vale, Congregational Churches, Drwsycoed, Llaniestyn, Aberbeeg, Craigberthlwyd; Church of Christ, Merthyr Vale, Barry Dock, Llanfair Caerimcoir; Of the following Wesleyan Churches, Milbury Heath, Gloucester, Earthcote Green, Gloucester, Derby, Amberley, Potterne, Wiltshire, Shebbear, Holsworthy Circuit, Thornbury, Trawden, Cowling; Of the following Primitive Methodist Churches, Alveston, Wenlock Road, South Shields, Spondon, Derbyshire, Whaddon; Of the following United Methodist Churches, Redwick, Laygate Lane, South Shields (2), Bude, Colne; Of the following Independent Methodist Churches, Boldon Colliery, South Shields, Pilning, Littleton-on-Severn; Unitarian Church, Colne; Inghamite Church, Colne; Cambringe Hall Congregation, South Shields; St. Simon's Church, Simonside, South Shields; United Methodist, Carden Street, Derby; Town Mission, Traffic Street, Derby; Mission Workers, Percy Street, South Shields; Mission Church, Stone; Independent Chapel, Falfield; Of the following Churches and Congregations, Tockington, Redwick, Olveston, East Compton, Olbury-on-Severn; Society of Friends, Street, Somerset; Free Church Ministers, South Shields; Wesleyan Circuit (8 congregations), Colne; Of the following Free Church Councils, Street, Somerset, Gillingham and District, Weston-super-Mare and District, Calne, Wiltshire, Purton, Wiltshire, Wesleyan Methodist Church, Desborough; Butchers' Mission, St. Andrew's Street, Liverpool; Of the following Mission Halls, Bromborough and Eastham; Liverpool (10), Wavertree (2), Tarbock, Lancashire, Field Road, New Brighton; Sunday School Union, Liverpool; Baptist Church, Rochester; of the following Presbyterian Churches: Hull, Liverpool; of the following Congregational Churches: Leigh, Lanes, Bristol; United Methodist Church, Ovenden; Primitive Methodist Church, Little Neston, Cheshire; Of the following Wesleyan Churches, Rochester, Hull, Alford (2); Evangelical Free Church Council, Brighouse; Free Church Council, Oxford and District; Redfield Road Church, Midsomer Norton; Primitive Methodist Church, Stone's Cross, Midsomer Norton; Primitive Methodist Church, Stone's Cross, Welton; Literary Society of St. James' Presbyterian Church, Bristol; Methodist Free Church (8 churches), Wednesbury; Trinity Congregational Church, Leeds; Of the following Wesleyan Methodist Sunday Schools, Derby, Colne, Churchill, Falmouth; Societies and Meetings at South London, Halifax, Liverpool, Bootle, Hornsey, Camberwell, Kennington Park, Calvinistic Methodist Church, Shrewsbury; Wesley Church, West Hartlepool; Temperance Society, Ombersley; International Order of Good Templars, Rose of Eden Lodge, Shildon; Temperance Workers, Northumberland and Durham; Public Meetings, Baltonsborough; Wookey Hole, Taunton, Ilfracombe, Beaworthy, Somerton, Trevelmond Dobwalls, Mere, Cheltenham, Bramham, Ashcott, Chilton Polden, Grampound, Blagdon, Collingbourne, South Shields (9), Junction Street, Derby (2), Mevagissey (2), Keighley, Heckmondwike, Halifax, Whinfell, Preston Patrick; Church of Christ, Leicester (2); Gateshead, Creswell, Workington, Underwood, Mollington, Alfreton, Liversedge, Hastings, Wakefield; Sunday Evening School, Southwark; Christian Abstainers' Union, Manchester; Missions, Canterbury; Nutfield, Northampton (2), Bootle, Carshalton, Wavertree, Westminster Bridge Road, Bolton, Hastings (2), Women's Liberal Associations, Bromley, Kent, Northampton, Newquay; Societies and Meetings, Liskeard, Whitby, Colne, Poplar, Westminster Bridge Road, Kelvedon, Devon Union, Hull; Employees "Starch, Blue, and Black Lead Works" and W. J. Jacobs and Sons and their Employees, Plymouth; Licensing Bill Campaign Committee, Oxford and District; Church of Christ, Bedlington, Acklington, Lindale, Aspatria, Kirkby, Bristol, Bootle, Hucknall Torkard; Public Meetings, Bath, Dinton, Minehead, Langhope, High Littleton; Baptist Churches, Tytherington; Woodford, Thornbury, Morton, South Shields (2), Desborough; Congregational Churches, Thornbury, Barton St. David, Great Boughton, Brampton, South Shields, Hastings, Teignmouth; Sunday Schools, Sandford, Derby (3), Bude, Potterne, Brampton, Melbourne, South Shields (3), Denby Bottles (2), Colne; Bible Classes, Derby (2); Schools and Classes, South Shields, Derby, Desborough, Street, Colne; Brotherhoods, South Shields, Halifax; Guilds and Meetings, Leeds, Ilfracombe, Derby, Skelmersdale, East Dulwich, Bloomsbury, Sutton, Leeds, Derby; Methodist Christian Endeavour, Sheffield, Hull (3), Brampton, Teignmouth, South Shields (2); Primitive Methodist Church, Sunday School, and C.E., Derby; Young Men's Christian Association, South Shields, High Shields; Christian Endeavour Guild, Chester; Wesleyan Men's Bible Class, Bromley; A Public Meeting held at Gilstand on 14th November, 1908. Read, and ordered to lie on the Table.

Petitions against: Of persons signing (5); read, and ordered to lie on the Table.