§ Bills. Read a first time:—Customs' Acts Amendment.—Read a second time:—Newspaper Postage.—React a third time:—Insolvent Debtors (Ireland); and Court of Equity Process.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. PRYSE, from Dissenters of Aberystwith, for Relief.—By Mr. GASKELL, and Mr. PELHAM, from Dissenters of Wakefield, Chipping Wycombe, and other Places, against the Church-Rates Bill.—By Sir ROBERT PEEL, Mr. HALFORD, Mr. SCOTT, Viscount HBRINGTON, Lord HENNIKER, Mr. R. PALMER, Mr. FANCOURT, Lord HOTHAM, Mr. GOULBURN, Mr. BLAMIRE, and Mr. BARING, from a great Number of Places,—for Protection to the Established Church.—By Mr. 1134 HILL, from Hull, for the Repeal of the Stamp-Duties on Newspapers.—By Mr. C. BRUCE, from Merchants of Inverness, in favour of the Bankrupt (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir WILLIAM MOLESWORTH, from Mr. George Gurney, for Relief, Acts of Parliament having injured his Patent for Steam Carriages.—By Mr. RICHAERDS, from Hull, for Compensation under the Non-Imprisonment for Debt Bill.—By Mr. J. A. SMITH, from Chichester, to enable Ecclesiastical Corporations to grant Enfranchisements.— By Mr. LEFROY, from Clergymen of Elphin, not to pay Instalments on Loans for Glebe-Houses.—By Mr. ROEBUCK, from Bath, and by Lord ALTHORP, from Reading,—against the Sale of Beer Act Amendment Bill.—By Sir D. SANDFORD, from Paisley, against the Law of Entails.—By Mr. BARING, from Coventry, for Inquiry into the Silk Trade.—By Colonel CONOLLY, from Clonard, for a Better Education for Catholics; and by Mr. BROTHERTON, from Hand-Loom Weavers of London and its Neighbourhood, for Local Boards of Trade.