§ Mr. Dennis from the Commissioners of Excise, presented accounts of balances remaining in the hands of the Receiver General of Excise, at various periods from the 5th of Jan. 1793, to 5th April last inclusive. Ordered to be printed.—Mr. Staveley from the Post-office, presented an account of balances in the hands of the Receiver General of the Post-office, which was ordered to be printed.—On the motion of Mr. Vansittart, the Committee on the Irish Revenue Jurisdiction bill, and the further consideration of the report of the Committee on the Irish Port Day bill, were postponed to this day three months.—Mr. Ormsby brought up the report of the Committee on 767 the Petition from Collyer and others, Freeholders of Middlesex, praying for compensation for loss of time in attending the Committee on the contested election for Middlesex. Ordered to be taken into consideration on Monday.—A message front' the lords intimated their lordships' concurrence in the bill for purchasing ground .in Palace Yard, the Dublin Harbour Improvement bill, the Militia Officers bill, and the Corn Import and Export Regulation bill—Mr. Fowler from the Tax-office, presented an account of the expences incurred for Officers and Commissioners under the Act for the Redemption of the Land Tax, from 5th Jan. 1804 to 5th Jan. 1805.—On the motion of Mr. Vansittart, the Irish Distillery bill, the Irish Paper Duty bill, and the Irish Hearth Duty bill, were read a third time aid passed.