§ Bills. Read a first time:—Royal Burghs, and Burghs (Scotland); Roman Catholic Marriages (Ireland).—Read a second time: —Insolvent Debtors (India).
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. WILBRAHAM, from Northwick, against the Universities' Admission Bill.—By Mr. H. FLEETWOOD, from Preston, for the Repeal of the Duty on Raw Cotton.—By Sir R. GLYNNE, Sir M. W. RIDLEY, Colonel WOOD, Messrs. T. GLADSTONE, W. WYNN, H. DARE, FLEETWOOD, EGERTON, and HALFORD, from 127 a Number of Places,—for Protection to the Church of England.—By Messrs. HUME, F. PALMER, and W. ELLIS, from several Places,—against the Sale of Beer Act Amendment Bill.—By Sergeant SPANKIE and Messrs. HALFORD, B. WALL, and PLUMPTRE, from several Places,—against the Separation of Church and State.—By the LORD ADVOCATE, from Leith, for Repealing the Duty on Horses used in Trade; from Glasgow, against Arrestment of Wages; from there Places, in favour of the Bankrupts' (Scotland) Bill.—Mr. CAYLEY, from York, against any Alteration in the Corn-Laws; from the same Place, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest.—By Mr. POULTER, from the Fishmongers of London, against a part of the Sunday Observance Bill.—By Lord NORREYS, from Thame, against making Proprietors of small Houses liable to the Poor-Rates.—By Mr. JEPHSON, from Mallow, for equalizing Weights and Measures.—By Mr. H. FLEETWOOD, from a Congregation at Preston, against Drunkenness.—By Colonel R. TREVOR, from two Places, for Protection to the Church of England; from Cardigan, against the Universities' Admission Bill.—By Mr. HUTT, from the Corporation of the Trinity Hall, from the Governors and Guardians of the Poor; and from certain Inhabitants of the same Towns, against that part of the Customs' Bill, which went to allow of Bonded Warehouses in Inland Towns.