§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. O'CONNKLL, Copies of Reports of the Commissioners of Inland Navigation, and of Reports on the Harbour of Dublin presented by Order of the Director General of Inland Navigation, from 1800 to 1801.—On the Motion of Mr. TOOKE, the Number of Ships, and their Amount of Tonnage that have entered the Port of London, with Cargoes from Foreign Ports, in the years 1829, 1830, 1831, 1832, and the two first Quarters of 1833: and also an Account of the Bonding Warehouses in the City of London, and in the County of Middlesex in the Occupation of the East-Ind a Company, and have been approved as Places of Special Security.—On the Motion of Alderman THOWPSOM, an Account of the Amount of Duty paid for Advertisements by each Provincial Newspaper in England, from June 1832, to June 1833.—On the Motion of 1292 Mr. YOUNG, an Account of all Joint-Stock Banks in England that have Stopped Payment, or become Bankrupt, from 1824, to the present time; the same of Private Banks—On the Motion of Mr. RUTHVEN, an Account of the Salaries and Emoluments of the different Clerks of the Peace in Ireland, during the last three years.
§ Bills. Read a first time:—On the Motion of Mr. SPRING RICK, Artillery Pensions,—On the Motion of Mr. R. PALMER, Scotch and Irish Vagrants.—On the Motion of Mr. CHARLES GRANT, East-India Company's Charter.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. Alderman WOOD, from Preston, complaining of Irregularity at the last Election in that Place.—By Lord MOLYNEUX, from Hexham, for a Reform of the Church of England; from Toxteth Park, and other Places, against the Rating of Tenements and Highways Bill; from the Master Spinners and Manufacturers of Ashton-under-Lyne, for a Committee of Inquiry. By Sir JOHN HAY, from Culross, against the Claekmanan, and Kinross Parishes Bill.—By Mr. FRKDERICK SHAW, from Carriekfergus, against Disfranchising that Borough.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, and Mr. BROTHERTON, from Salford, and another Place, against the Apothecaries Bill.—By Mr. EWART, from Liverpool, for Admitting East-India Sugar, on equal terms with West-India Sugar.—By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from Dundee, for a Revision of the Law affecting Salmon Fisheries in Scotland; from the same Place, for the Repeal of the Soap Duties, and against any Alteration in the present Timber Duties; also against the Church Temporalities (Ireland) Bill; and in favour of the Factories' Regulation Bill; also for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. SHAW, from Dublin, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.