§ Bill. Read a third time:—Four-per-Cent Annuities.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. BERNAL, from Rochester and Stroud, for Amending the Friendly Societies Act.—By Sir R. DONKIN, from Berwick-upon-Tweed, for a Clause in the Poor Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. Alderman WOOD, from the Watermen on the River Thames, against the Lord's Day Observance Bill, No. 2.—By Messrs. BAINES and WINDHAM, from two Places,—against the Church Rates Bill—By Colonel PERCEVAL, Mr. WINDHAM, Mr. WYNN, and Mr. MILDMAY, from several Places,—against the Separation of Church and State.—By Mr. SHAW, from Lustleigh, against the Universities' Admission Bill; from several Places, for Protection to the Established Church of Ireland.—By Mr. FINCH and Mr. PLUMPTRE, from three Places,—for securing Protestant Officers against the necessity of attending the Ceremonies of the Catholic Religion.—By Lord ROBERT MANNERS, 840 Sir GEORGE MURRAY, Messrs. FINCH, HALFORD, and Captain BARNARD, from several Places,—against the Separation of Church and State.—By Lord ROBERT GROSVENOR, from Chester, for a Reform in the Established Church of Wales.—By Mr. FORSTER, from several Friendly Societies, for amending the Act concerning such Societies.—By Lord ROBERT MANNERS, from Loughborough, against the Claims of the Dissenters.