§ Bills committed. Sentence of Death Regulation; Marine Mutiny. Read a second time; Consolidated Fund (3,000,000l.)
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUNT, of the Number of Persons in each County of England and Wales Sentenced by the Magistrates at Quarter Sessions to be Flogged; also, the Number of persons Flogged Privately in each separate Gaol in England and Wales by the Order of the Visiting Magistrates; stating the Names and Ages of the Persons Flogged, and the Offences for which they Suffered for the last three years ending 31st December, 1831.
§ Petitions presented. By Colonel PERCEVAL, from the Protestants of Skrene, Sligo, against the Ministerial Scheme of Education for the People of Ireland; from the Physicians and Surgeons of Ballina, complaining of the Laws Restricting the Admission of Medical Men to County Hospitals; and from the Officers of the Sligo Gaol, to introduce a Clause into the Irish Jury Bill to make Provision for Officers of Prisons:—By Mr. SADLER, from Newark-UponTrent, in favour of the Factories Bill:—By Lord MORPETH, from the Parish of Roscorn, Galway, for Equalizing Civil Rights in Galway:—By Mr. GISBORNE, from the Operatives employed at Cotton Mills at Newton Cheshire, against the Factories Regulation Bill.