§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. OLI-PHANT, an Account of the Sums of Money paid by each Borongh in Scotland to the Convention of Royal Burghs, during the last ten years, and how that Money is Expended by the Convention.—On the Motion of Mr. GALWAY, an Account of the Number of Mail Coach Guards appointed in Ireland, during the last two years.—On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICE, the Number of Passengers by the Holyhead Packets, for six Months, to the 1st June, 1833, and during the same period in 1832: also the Amount of Duties received on Stage Carriages, from 5th December, 1851, to 5th May, 1832, and the same for the following year.—On the Motion of Mr. O'Dwyer, the Names of the Clerks of the Roads in England and Ireland, their Salaries, and Emoluments.—On the Motion of Mr. Alderman WOOD, the Amount raised for the Church, and Poor Rates, and Tithes, by each parish in the City of London, during the last three years.
§ Bills, Read a first time:—Bank Charter; and Slavery Abolition.—Read a second time:—Public Works; Exchequer Bills.—Read a third time;—Parish Apprentices; Artillery Pensions.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. O'FEARALL, from two Places in Ireland, against Tithes.—By Mr. G. W. WOOD, from Owners of Cotton Mills at Prestwick, against the Factories' Regulation Bill.—By Mr. M. ATTWOOD, from the Shipwrights of Whitehaven, against the Privileges of the Isle of Man.—By Lord ASHLEY, from a Number of Places, in favour of the Factories Regulation Bill—By Mr. M. ATTWOOD, from Preston-cum-Sutton, in favour of the Lord's Day Observance Bill—By Lord TULLAMORE, from Falmouth and Penryn, against the Notaries Public Bill.