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House Of Commons

Volume 24: debated on Thursday 3 June 1830

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Thursday, June 3, 1830.

MINUTES.] James Hewett Massy Dawson, Esq. took the Oaths and his Seat as Member for the County of Limerick.

Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUME, the Salaries and Allowances received by each of the Judges of the Courts of King's Bench, Common Picas, and Exchequer, in the year 1792 and in the year 1829, stating the sources from which the same were paid:—The Salaries and Allowances received by the Commissioners of the General Assembly of Scotland, staling the sources from which the same were paid:—And the Sums paid to the Clergy of Scotland in the year 1829, stating for what purposes and from what sources the same were paid, with the amount to be paid in the present year.

The Fees Abolition Bill was passed. A Bill was brought in to regulate the Salaries and Emoluments of the Masters in Ordinary of the High Court of Chancery; and a Bill to regulate the Office of Registrar and Keeper of the same Court.

Petitions presented. Against the Stamp Duties (Ireland), by Sir H. PARNELL, from the Freeholders of Queen's County. In favour of Poor-Laws for Ireland, by Mr. BENETT, from Mr. B. Wells. Against the Vestry Act (Ireland), by Mr. O'CONNELL, thirteen Petitions. For the more speedy recovery of Small Debts, by Colonel DAVIES, from the Inhabitants of Worcester. For the Repeal of the Hop Duties, by Mr. CURTEIS, from Seddlescombe, Sussex. Against the Parish Vestries Bill, by Sir G. COCKBURN, from the Overseers of Plymouth. Against the Scotch and Irish Pauper Removal Bill, by Mr. Alderman WOOD, from the Overseers of St. Giles's, Cripplegate:—By Mr. SYKES, from the Overseers of Kingston-upon-Hull:—By Mr. HUSKISSON, from the Overseers of Liverpool:—By Mr. WM. SMITH, from the Overseers of Norwich. Against the Assessed Taxes, by Mr. HUME, from J. L. Schroder, of Isleworth. For a Reduction of the Duties on Sugar, by Mr. HUSKISSON, from the Merchants of Liverpool. Against the Northern Road Bill, by Lord LOWTHER, from certain Innkeepers and Coach Proprietors:—By Lord T. CECIL, from the Mortgagees of the Tolls of Wansford Bridge and Stamford Turnpike Road:—By Colonel SIBTHORPE, from the Inhabitants of Grantham:—By Mr. T. CHAPLIN, from Proprietors of Estates near Stamford:—By Mr. HEATH-COTE, from the Mortgagees of certain Turnpike Tolls. For Parliamentary Reform, by Mr. O'CONNELL, from Oldham, Lancashire. For the Abolition of Slavery, by Mr. SYKES, from the Unitarians of Kingston-upon-Hull. In favour of the Jews, by the same hon. Member, from the Unitarians of Kingston-upon-Hull. For the Abolition of Slavery, by the same hon. Member, from the Unitarians of Hull.