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House of Commons Hansard
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House Of Commons
16 February 1836
Volume 31

Tuesday, February 16, 1836.

MINUTES.] Bills, Read a first time;—Exchequer Bills; and Pensions Duties.—Read a third time:—Dean Forest,

Petitions presented. By Mr. GILLON, from Places in Lanarkshire, against any further Grants to the Scotch Church; and from Spirit Dealers (Edinburgh) against the Tippling Act.—By the LORD ADVOCATE, from Musselburgh, in favour of Mr. BUCKINGBAM'S Claims.—By Captain ALSAGER, from Rotherhithe, for the Regulation of steam Vessels on the Thames.—By Mr. HAWES, from various Architects, for Means to Exhibit their Plans of New Houses of Parliament.—By Mr. GRANTLEY BERKLEY, from Gloucester, in favour of Mr. BUCKINGHAM'S Claims.