§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of the SOLICITOR GENERAL, of the Average Amount of Fees accrued to each of the Messengers to the London Commissioners of Bankrupt, for two Months, commencing from 12th January, 1829, 1830, and 1831; and for an Account of similar Fees accrued for two Months, commencing from 12th January, 1852.
§ Bills. Read a second time:—Boundaries (Ireland); South Sea Islands.
§ Petitions presented. By Lord EBRINGTON, from Brixham, South Molton, the County of Devon, and Denny;—by Mr. LAMBERT, from Enniscorthy and New Ross;—by the LORD ADVOCATE, from the Trades House, Glasgow,—for Stopping the Supplies until the Reform Bill be passed.—By Mr. LAMBERT, from Gorey, for Equal Rights and Privileges to Ireland; from Enniscorthy and Templeshannon, for a Tax on Absentees; and from four Places in Ireland, against Tithes;—by Sir RICHARD MUSGRAVE, from six Places in Ireland, against Tithes; from Temple-town, for Inquiry into the Newtownbarry Affray; and from Collighan, against Turnpike Tolls on Market Carts.—By the LORD ADVOCATE, from Biggar, in favour of the Reform Bill (Scotland); and from Cupar, in favour of the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland).—By Mr. SHAW, from Swords, against that Plan.