§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Sir WILLIAM CHAYTOR, the Number of London Bankers who have become Bankrupts from January 1824, to the present time.—On the Motion of Sir HARRY VERNEY, an Account of all Places in England and Wales where Assizes or Quarter Sessions are held, particularly of those at which the County Gaol or House of Correction is situated.—On the Motion of Mr. O'CONNELL, an Account of the Number of Stamps issued to each Newspaper in Ireland, from the 5th of January, 1832, to 5th of April, 1833.—On the Motion of Mr. J. H. TALBOT, an Account of the Property left by Messrs. Dormer and Comerford, the Founders of Trinity Hospital, New Ross.—On the Motion of Mr. PEASE, an Account of the Quantities of Large and Small Coals Exported last year.
§ Bills. Read a third time—Parochial Rates Exemption Corporation Officers.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. O'CONNELL, from the Licensed Victuallers of Dublin, against the Spirits, Wine, and Beer (Ireland) Bill.—By Lord EBRINGTON, from the Landed Proprietors of Devonshire, against the Tithes Commutation Bill.—By Mr. PARKER, from the Medical Practitioners of Sheffield, against the Apothecaries Bill.—By Mr. BRIGSTOCK, from Bath and Warminster, for Amending the Weights and Measures Act.—By Lord GEORGE BENTINCK, from the Guardians of the Poor of King's Lynn, Norfolk, in favour of the Sea Apprenticeship Bill.—By Mr. THOMAS ATTWOOD, from Birmingham, for an Inquiry into the Conduct of the Police at the Coldbath-fields Meeting; from the same Place, for the Repeal of the Corn Laws, and again for the Repeal of the Malt Tax, and the House and Window Duty.—By Mr. GILLON, from Hamilton, against the proposed Alteration of the Boundaries of that Place.—By Mr. WATSON, from Canterbury, for making Extra-Parochial Places Contribute to the Support of the Poor.—By Mr. HOPE JOHNSTONE, from Lanquhar, for the Abolition of Slavery.