§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. PUSEY, an Account of the Public Income and Expenditure for the years 1830, 1831, and 1832—On the Motion of Lord SANDON, Copies of all Official Papers concerning the Finance and Administration of Justice in the Crown Colonies.—On the Motion of Mr. COURTENAY, an Account of all Goods Warehoused in the Ports of Great Britain on the 5th of January, 1827, 1828, 1829, 1830, and 1831.—On the Motion of Lord OXMANTOWN, Copies of tire Correspondence between the Treasury and the Post-office in Ireland on the subject of the dismissal of George Dallas Mills, and Clotworthy Devitt—On the Motion of Mr. HUNT, all the Letters addressed by the Right Hon the Secretary of State for the Colonies, in reply to Governor Darling's Despatches relative to the Punishment and Death of Private Joseph Sudds, late of his Majesty's 37th Regiment, dated 4th and 12th December, 1826, and 20th April and 20th May, 1829. Also, the portions of Mr. Wentworth's Letter of Impeachment omitted in the Return laid upon the Table of this House on 1st July, 1830.
§ Bills. Read a second time:—Fisheries (Newfoundland); Appropriation of Duties (Newfoundland).—Committed;—Tithes Prescription.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. LEADER, from eleven Places in 87 Ireland;—by Mr. WYSE, from ten Parishes in Ireland; and by Mr. FITZGIBBON, from Abingdon,—for the total Abolition of Tithes.—By Mr. WYSE, from Belfast; and by Mr. WILLIAMS, from the Protestant Dissenters of a Place in Ireland,—in favour of the Ministerial Plan of Education for that Country.—By Mr. MACKINNON, from the Society for Promoting Rational Humanity towards the Animal Creation, in favour of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals Bill.—By Mr. EVANS, from Leicester, for establishing Courts of Local Jurisdiction—By Mr. TYRREL, from Kelsale, in favour of the Labourers Employment Bill.—By Mr. HEYWOOD, from Colne and Burnsley;—by Mr. LENNARD, from Westerham;—by Mr. WILKS, from Tottenham; by Mr. Alderman WOOD, from the Parish of Cripplegate,—against the Vagrant Removal (Scotland and Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. WYSE, from Carrick-on-Suir, for a more extensive measure of Reform for Ireland, and for a separate Representative to the above Town.