§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. WARBURTON, Copies of Letters, &c., from the Treasury, relative to the Deccan Prize Money.—On the Motion of Mr. E. CURTEIS, a Copy of the Commitment of—Dodsworth to Beverly House of Correction, for Nonpayment of the Tithes of Wages.—On the Motion of Mr. WARBURTON, Papers relating to the Establishment of Courts of Bankruptey.—On the Motion of Mr. ABERCROMBIE, an Aceount of the different Sums collected in Edinburgh and Leith, for the Behoof of the Clergy previous to 1809.
§ Bills. Read a second time:—Slave Trade; Convention; Hamburgh Marriages.—Read a third time:—Law Amendment.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. POULETT THOMSON, from Blackley, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath; from Manchester, against the Apothecaries Bill; from the Cotton Spinners of Manchester, against the Factories' Regulation Bill; and from the Shipwrights of London, for Equalizing the Rate in all British-Built Ships.—By Mr. RUMBOLT, from Bradley and Wield, for Amending the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. HAWKINS, from Newport, Isle of Wight, against the Slavery Abolition Bill—By Mr. E. L. BULWER, from Lincoln, for Making Extra-Parochial Places Contributory to the Maintenance of the Poor.—By Mr. E. B. CORTEIS, from several Places, against the Tithes Commutation Bill.—By Mr. HUTT, from Hull, for Liberating the Corn now in Bond on Payment of a Moderate Duty.—By Mr. HUGHES HUGHES, from the Market Gardeners of Deptford, to be Exempted from Paying the Duty on Horses, &c.