§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Alderman THOMPSON, an Account of all the Ships detained in the ports of the United Kingdom under the Order in Council 1074 of the 6th of November last, and of such as have been liberated under the Order in council of the 3rd of December.—On the Motion of Mr. HIME, an Account of the Ordnance Stores now in the Dock-yards at Woolwich, and elsewhere, as also of the Storekeeper General's Stores in Tooley Street: also an Account of the Expense incurred by the Payment of his Majesty's Diplomatic Servants and Consuls abroad for the three years ending January 5th, 1833.—On the Motion of Mr. PEASE, an Account of the Number of Tiles and Bricks upon which Duty was paid in Scotland and England between January the 1852, and the same day 1833—On the Motion of Mr. WARBURTON, an Account of the Number of Convictions in the Metropolis, and all the counties, and of Publicans and Beer-house Keepers Convicted of keeping their Houses open at Unlawful Hours, from the 1st of April, 1831, to the 1st of April, 1833.—On the Motion of Mr. SPUING RICE, Accounts of the Receipts and Application of the Revenue of the Ports of Ireland, and of the Names and Number of pilots and Vessels employed during the last three years: also an Account of the Annual value of the Property in each of the several Parishes within the Metropolitan Police District upon which the last Rate for the Relief of the poor prior to the 5th April, 1833 was assessed.
§ Bills. Read a third time:—Payment of Debts; Assizes Removal. Read a second time:—Soap Duties.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. G. YOUNG, from Newcastle; and Mr. INGHAM, from South Shields,—against the Embargo on Dutch Shipping.—By MR. COTEAS from Market Drayton, for the Repeal of the Sale of Beer Act; and from Willington, for a Repeal of the Duty on Malt.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from the Manchester New Mechanics' Institution, for a Repeal of the Taxes on Knowledge.—By Lord MILTON, Captain BOUVERIE, Sir ROBERT BATESON, and Messrs. SCHOLEFIELD, DAWSON, WHITBREAD, E. BULLER, POULTER, and INGHAM, from a great many Places,—against Slavery.—By Sir ROBERT BATESON and Mr. DAWSON, from several places,—for a Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from Manchester, for Relief for the Dissenters from their present Grievances.