§ New Writs ordered. On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, for Drogheda, in the room of JOHN HENRY NORTH, Esq., deceased.
§ Bills brought in. By Mr. ELLICE, to Repeal an Act, 52nd George 3rd, and to provide for the more Speedy Auditing Military Accounts in Ireland. Read a second time; Consolidated Fund (1,800,000l.)
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. POULETT THOMSON, for an Account of all British and Foreign Manufactured Silks exported during the year 1828:—On the Motion of Mr. WILKES, for an Account of all the Friendly Societies existing in Great Britain and Ireland.
§ Petitions presented. By Lord INGESTRIE, from Farmers and Occupiers of Land, Roxburgh, against the use of Molasses in Breweries and Distilleries:—By Mr. ESTCOURT, from Magistrates, Clergy, and Inhabitants of Lechdale, Fairford, and adjoining Villages, against the Sale of Beer on the premises of Licensed Beer Houses:—By Mr. HUNT, from John Russell, of Wigmore Street, complaining of the conduct of Mr. Hoskins, one of the Marylebone Magistrates.