§ Petitions presented. For an alteration in the Hackney Coach Act, by Mr. HOBHOUSE, from certain Inhabitants of London. For the Abolition of Slavery, by the same hon. Member, from Chichester and its vicinity:—By Mr. D. PENDARVIS, from Camborne, Cornwall. For the abolition of the East India Company's Monopoly, by Sir M. S. STEWART, from Merchants of Greenock and from Port Glasgow. Against the Use of Machinery, by Mr. O'CONNELL, from the Members of the British Association for promoting Co-operative Knowledge. For the repeal of the Irish Vestries Act, by Sir J. NEWPORT, from the Inhabitants of Glenmore:—By Sir M. SOMERVILLE, from Screen (Meath):—By Mr. JEPHSON, from Buttevant:—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from five Parishes in Clare. Against the Stamp Duties, by Mr. R. KING, from Landowners and Occupiers in the County of Cork:—By Sir J. BRYDGES, from Colcrainc:—By Mr. BLAIR, from the Dean of Faculty and Members of the Society of Writers, Ayr. Against the Irish Constabulary Act, by Sir M. SOMERVILLE, from the Magistrates of Meath. In favour of Mr. Owen's Plan, by Mr. HUME, from the Members of the Co-operative Trading Association. Against the Poor (Irish and Scotch) Removal Bill, from the Rector and Churchwardens of St. Mary's, Whitechapel:—By Mr. R. COLBORNE, from the Governors of the Poor of St. George's, Hanover-square:—By Mr. BYNG, from the Overseers of Paddington, and St. George's, Middlesex. For the abolition of the Punishment of Death for Forgery, by Mr. GUEST, from Honiton. For extending Corporation Privileges to all Inhabitants of Corporate Towns, by Mr. O'CONNELL, from Cork. Against the Sale of Beer Bill, by Sir R. VVYYAN, from Stratton, Cornwall. Against allowing Tobacco to be Grown in the Kingdom, by Mr. LIDDELL., from the Tobacco Manufacturers of Alnwick. Against the increased Duty on Spirits, by Mr. TALBOT, from the Distillers of the County of Perth; and from the Agricultural Society of Perth.