§ Bill read a second time. Candle Duties Repeal.
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Lord KILLEEN, the names of the several stipendiary Magistrates in Ireland, the date of their Appointments, the amount of their Salaries and Emoluments, and the sources from whence derived; also, an account of the Superannuations granted to the Chief Constables of Police:—On the Motion of Sir HENRY PARNELL, of the sums paid into the Exchequer, in the year ending the 5th of January, 1831, by the Post Office, towards the repayment of Loans advanced for building the Menai and Conway Bridges, and for an account of the Tolls received on the said Bridges.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. HEYWOOD, from the Chamber of Commerce and Manufactures at Manchester, for the renewal of the Sugar Refinery Act; from the Operative Spinners and others of Ashton-under-Line, in favour of the Cotton Factories Apprentices' Bill; from the Owners of Tenements at Manchester, against the Liability of Landlords Bill. By Mr. CALLAGHAN, from the Inhabitants of Garrocloyne; and by Lord KILLEEN, from the Roman Catholic Inhabitants of Stammullen, Moor Church, Julianstown, Navan, and Screen, against any further Grant to the Kildare Street Society. By Mr. CALLAGHAN, from the Millers of Cork, against the Importation of Foreign Flour. By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from the Inhabitants of Ballinakill, and from the Catholic Clergy of Portarlington, Emo, and Killenard. By Sir RICHARD MUSGRAVE, from the Catholic Inhabitants of Ballyduff, of Temple Michael, Kilcockin, Kilwatermoy, Portlaw, Crook, Kilsaint, Nicholas, Batterstown, and Trinity-without-Waterford, against any further Grant to the Kildare Street Society. By Mr. SINCLAIR, from the Provincial Synod of Caithness and Sutherland, for the abolition of Slavery. By Sir W. W. WYNN, from the High Sheriff and Grand Jury of the County of Denbigh; and by Mr. NICHOLSON CALVERT, from the Maltsters of Ware and its vicinity, against the use of Molasses in Breweries and Distilleries.