§ Bills. Read a second time; Roman Catholl Charities; Master of the Mint's Salary: Growth of Tobacco Prohibition (Ireland); Land Tax Double Assessments; London Coal Trade.
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUNT, the quantity of Foreign Com imported between April, 1830, and April, 1831:—On the Motion of Mr. Alderman WOOD the number of Persons discharged under the Insolvent Acts; the number who have paid Dividends for Property delivered previous to their discharge; the number who have subsequently acquired Property, which bad been made available for their Creditors; and the number detained for contravening the Acts.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. HUNT, from Inhabitants of Abbylard, in Longford, for a Repeal of the Union. By Mr. DUNDAS, from the County of Berks, against the Reform Bill. By Mr. OWEN, from the Corporation of Morpeth, to continue to resident Burgesses, the right of voting. From Mr. HODGSON, from the Free Brothers of the same place, that the Elective Franchise be extended to them. By Mr. C. DUNDAS, from Inhabitants of Newbury, Speenhamland, and Greenham, to be represented in Parliament. By Mr. Alderman WOOD, from Mr. Hutchinson, complaining of the East-India Company for non-payment of a Debt. By Mr. PEMBERTON, from the Merchants and Ship-owners of Rye, for the Repeal of Marine Insurance Duties:—And to the same effect, by Mr. O'CONNELL, from Tralee. By Mr. SCHONSWAR, from Hull, against the renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. By Mr. O'CONNELL, from Rev. T. Smith, for a Reform of the Church Establishment; from the Catholic Inhabitants of Galway, for the extension of the Elective Franchise to them; from the Catholic Inhabitants of Ballycoog, against any further Grants to the Kildare Street Society; and from Thomas Lawrence, of Lambeth, complaining of the Admiralty Court.