§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Sir HARRY VERMKY, Number of Persons confined within the year ending Michaclmas 1832, for breaches of the Revenue Laws.
§ Bills. Read a second time:—Fines and Recoveries; Dower; Limitation of Actions; Curtesy of England, &c.
§ New Members. Lord MILTON took his Scat for the Northern Division of Northamptonshire, in the room of his Father Lord MILTON, called up to the House of Peers,
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. LUKE WHITE, from Ardagh, and several other Places in the County of Longford; by Mr. HALL, from Monmouth; by Major KEPPBE, from Diss, Norfolk; by Mr. D. O'CONNOR, from several Parishes in Roscommon; by Mr. O'FERRALL, from Arklow; by Mr. A. OSWALD, from the Bath Political Union; by Mr. FERGUS O'CONNOR, from two Parishes in Cork; and by Lord MOLYNEUX, from Todmorden,—against the Suppression of Disturbances (Ireland) Bill.—. By Mr. BRIGSTOCK, from a Place in Somersetshire; and by Mr. INGHAM, From South Shields,—in favour of the Bill.—By Mr. ROBINSON, from Portsmouth, against the Corporation of that Town.—By Mr. CHARLES GRANT, from Kilmorack and Kirkhill,—for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.