§ A Select Committee was re-appointed to inquire into the subject of Secondary Punishments.
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Lord JOHN RUSSELL, of the Number of Electors in each of the Boroughs in schedule B.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. PERRIN, from Forty Shilling Freeholders of Ballriggan, for the Restoration of their Franchise. By Mr. HENRY HOWARD, from Inhabitant Householders of New Shoreham, in favour of Reform. By Mr. HUNT, from the Women of Cropper Street, Manchester, for the Repeal of the Com Laws, and against the Renewal of the East-India Company's Charter. By Mr. WILKS, from the Female Baptists, for the Abolishment of Slavery. By Sir ROBERT BATESON, from the Belfast Sunday School Union, in favour of the Grant to the Kildare Street Society. By Mr. HENRY LYTTON BULWER, from John Ashton, of Coventry, against the clause in the Reform Bill, relating to Rent paid half-yearly. By Sir RICHARD PHILLIPS, from the Corporation and Inhabitants of Tenby, to exclude Burgesses, created since the Dissolution of the late Parliament, from Voting; and from the Merchants and Ship Owners of Milford, for the Repeal of the Stamp Duties on Marine Insurances. By Mr. HENRY HOWARD, from Henry Story, for Assistance to Emigrate to Canada. By Mr. RYDER, from Licensed Retailers of Beer at Ramsgate, Margate, Canterbury, and other places, for Alteration of the Hour to close their Houses. By Mr. KEMP, from Managers and Officers of Brighton Savings' Bank, for on alteration of Act 9 George 4th. Cap. 92.