§ Bills. Read a second time. On the Motion of Lord JOHN RUSSELL:—Ecclesiastical Revenues; Turnpike Acts' Continuance.—On the Motion of Viscount MORPETH:—Public Roads' (Ireland).—Read a third time:—Registrar Office Improvement; Bankrupts' Estate.—Sheriffs' Declaration; Polls at Elections.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. R. WALLACE, from Greenock, against the Redcar Harbour Bill; also against the proposed Alteration in the Bonding Warehouses System; from Postmasters and others between Port Patrick and Dumfries, against the present System of Farming the Post-Horse Duty.—By Mr. CAYLEY, from two Parishes in the North Riding, against the Ecclesiastical Courts' Bill; and a Petition from Preston, against the Factory Act.—By Mr. HUTT, from Kingston-upon-Hull, in favour of the Irish Church Bill.—By Mr. FINCH and Mr. SHAW, from a Number of Places,—against the Church of Ireland Bill.—By the latter, from Dublin, against the Municipal Corporations' (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. MARK PHILIPS, from Sheepshead, for the Remission of the Sentence on the Dorchester Unionists.—By Mr. O'CONNELL, from two Places, against Tithes; also against the Light-Houses' Bill; also for the Construction of a Railway from Valentia Harbour; also against the Steam Vessels' Pilotage Bill.—By Mr. MARSHALL and Mr. W. H. ORD, from two Places, against the present System of Farming Post-Horse Duties.—By Lord STANLEY, from Glasgow and Kingarth, for Protection to the Church of Scotland.—By Dr. BOWRING and Mr. HUME, from several Places, against the Duty on Newspaper Stamps.—By Mr. FINCH, from Killeshandra, for Incapacitating Roman Catholics from Voting at Elections.—By Dr. BOWRING, from Prestwick, against any Grant to the Church of Scotland.—By Lord STANLEY, from Colne and Halifax, against Drunkenness; from Aberdeen, against the University of Aberdeen Bill.—By Mr. TOOKE, from the Solicitors of Doncaster, against the Duty on Attorneys Certificates.—By Mr. LEADER, from Bridge-water, against Beer being allowed to be drunk on the Premises of Beer Houses.—By the Sheriffs, from the City of London, for the Repeal of the Duty on Newspaper Stamps.