Mr S. Le Fevre
presented three petitions from the inhabitants of Brighthelmstone, in favour of the bill for constructing a Jetty or Jetties near that town.—Mr. Tierney presented a petition from the Butchers and Farmers, within fifteen miles of the metropolis, against the Hide and Skin Regulation bill.—On the motion of sir J. Newport the Irish Revenue Jurisdiction bill was read a 2d time.—On the motion of sir J. Newport the Irish Distillery bill went through a committee.—On the motion of the lord Advocate of Scotland, it was ordered that the house should to-morrow resolve itself into a committee on the report of the committee of the 21st of July 1803, relative to the Bell Rock Lighthouse in Scotland.—Mr. Grenfell presented a petition from the London Assurance Company against the bill for the incorporation of the GlobeInsurance Company. Referred to the committee on the said bill.—Mr. Calcraft obtained leave to bring in a bill to make compensation to the proprietors of certain lands at Chatham, Warley Common, and Woolwich, 837 which had been occupied for the purposes of his majesty's ordnance. Mr. C. immediately brought up the bill, which was read a first time.—Mr. King brought up a bill to amend the Post Office acts; which was read a first time.—Mr. Hobhouse brought up the report of the committee on the bill for regulating the office of the Receiver General of the Post Office, which was agreed to.—Mr. Rose presented a petition from the Trustees of the British Museum, praying aid to complete the purchase of Mr. Townley's Collection, and to finish the buildings now erecting for the use of that institution.