§ Bills brought in. By Mr. CRIPPS, to Regulate the mode of Electing County Coroners:—By Sir JAMES GRAHAM, for continuing an Act passed in the First year of the present King, for the Regulation of the Marines while on Shore; and by Sir JOHN HOBHOUSE, for the better Payment of the Army, and preventing Mutiny and Desertion, commonly called the Mutiny Acts:—By Lord GEORGE LENNOX, to extend the Provisions of an Act of the 7th and 8th George 4th, relative to Remedies against the Hundred. Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. BURGE, of all Colonial and East-India Appeals, and all Appeals from the Islands of Guernsey, Jersey, Alderney, and Man, lodged or entered in the Books of the Privy Council, heard or decided, or remaining undisposed of, from the 1st of January, 1826, distinguishing each year;—On the Motion of Mr. Alderman VENABLES, of the Exports of British Manufactured Silks and mixed Silks, with the Amount of the Drawback paid thereon from 5th January, 1815, to 5th January 1832, and of the Duties received on Raw and thrown Silk, &c, imported during the same period:—On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, a List of Boroughs arranged according to the Number of Houses, Amount of Assessed Taxes discharged to be deducted, Game Duties to be added, and Assessed Taxes to be corrected.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. JAMES, from the Master Cotton Spinners of Blackburn and Bolton, against the Factories Regulation Bill, and by Colonel WEBB, from the Inhabitants of Gloucester, Wadebridge, Exeter, and certain Operatives, in favour of it:—By Mr. STANLEY, from the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, praying that the Provisions of the Anatomy Bill may be extended to that Country; and from the Inhabitants of Drogheda for an Inquiry into the Turnpike Trusts (Ireland):—By Mr. ALEXANDER BARING, from Bulkington and Coventry. By Mr. Alderman WAITHMAN, from 9,000 Silk Weavers in Spitalfields. By Mr. ROBINSON, from Macclesfield. By Mr. HENRY LYTTON BULWER, from Coventry, Nuneaton, Alleborough, and Stockingford, in Cliverston. By the Earl of GROSVENOR, from the Tradesmen of Macclesfield, Inhabitants of Sowe, Congleton, Manchester, and Salford, complaining of the Distressed State of the Silk Trade and for Inquiry.