§ New Writ ordered. On the Motion of Mr. JOHN FIELDEN, for the Borough of Oldham, in the room of WILLIAM COBBETT, Esq., deceased.
§ Bill. Read a second time:—On the Motion of Mr. POULETT THOMSON, Salmon Fisheries (Scotland).
§ Petitions presented. By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, from two Places, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. PEASE, from Trowbridge, for the Repeal of the Stamp Duty on Newspapers; from Hartlepool, for Placing that Borough in Schedule B of the Municipal Corporations' Bill. By Sir HENRY PARNELL, from Dundee, for Altering the Laws affecting Salmon Fisheries in Scotland; also against the Salmon Fisheries (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir M. S. STEWART, from Glasgow and Ayr, against the Registration of Births' Bill; from two Places, against the Imprisonment for Debt (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. BANNERMAN, from Aberdeen, for preventing surreptitious Emigration.—By Mr. E. W. GLADSTONE, from Newark-upon-Trent, against the Municipal Corporations Bill.—By Sir JAMES GRAHAM, from three Places, against conferring upon Doctors' Commons the sole Power of granting Probates and Administrations.—By the same, and Sir R. INGLIS, from several Places,—for Protection to the Church of England.—By Dr. LUSHINGTON, from the Tower Hamlets, for a more Speedy and less Expensive Process for the Ejectment of Tenants; from the Parish of Bethnal Green, for a Board of Trade, to Regulate Wages; from Chorley, for Amending the Factories' Regulation Bill.—By the same, and Sir JAMES GRAHAM, from a Commercial Association in London,—against the Imprisonment for Debt Bill.—By Dr. LUSHINGTON, from several Places, against Drunkenness.—By Mr. CHISHOLM, Mr. STEWART MACKENZIE, and an HON. MEMBER, from several Places,—against any Grant for Building Churches in Scotland.—By Mr. CHISHOLM, from Perth and Inverness, for the Repeal of the Post-Horse Duty.—By Mr. HENRY SMYTH, from two Places, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest; from Colchester, for the Repeal of the Duty on Spirit Licenses.—By Mr. Sergeant TALFOURD, from the Retail Dealers of Beer of Reading, to be placed on a Footing with Licensed Victuallers.—By Captain CHETWYND, from Stafford, against the Stafford Disfranchisement Bill.—By Mr. JOHN R. SMITH, from Great Yarmouth, against the Municipal Corporations' Bill.—By Mr. MOSTYN, from three Places, against the Imprisonment for Debt Bill; from Madeley, against Drunkenness.—By Sir F. TRENCH, from Scarborough, for the Repeal of the Reciprocity of Duties' Act.—By Mr. CODRINGTON, from Cheltenham, for enforcing the Obligations imposed upon Catholic Members by their Oath; from Gloucestershire, for Relief to the Agricultural Interest.—By Mr. FERGUS, from Burntisland, against the Seamen's Enlistment Bill; from Kinghorn, against any Grant for Building Churches in Scotland; from Kircaldy, against Employing Vessels not Seaworthy for conveying Emigrants.