§ Bills. Read a third time:—Murderers Execution; Bills of Exchange.—Read a second time:—Personal Tithes; Benefices Plurality.—Read a first time:—Hand loom Weavers.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. BROTHERTON, from various Places, against Factories' Act Amendment Bill.—By Mr. TOWNLEY, from Wisbeach, against Secular Jurisdiction (York and Ely) Bill—By Mr. PEASE, from Caltwry, for Abolition of Tithe on Fish.—By Sir EDWARD CODRING TON, from Devonport, for a Repeal of the Act 58th George 3rd, for Regulation of Parish Vestries.—By Mr. HESKETH FLEETWOOD, from Poulton and Thornton, for Repeal of the Bastardy Clause.—By Mr. HARVEY, from the Pro prietors of Licensed Beer Houses, Rochford, Southwark, and Eastern Half Hundred of Brixton, to be placed on the same footing as Licensed Victuallers.—By Mr. RIDLEY COLBORNE, from the Procurator-General, Bath and Wells, for Compensation. —By Mr. JAMES OSWALD and the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, from Edinburgh, for Acceleration of the Mail.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, for Amendment of Municipal Corporations' (Scot land) Bill.—By Mr. DUNLOP, from Beith and Kilmauni, against Burghs of Barony (Scotland) Bill.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, praying the House to adhere to the Irish Municipal Corporation Reform Bill as originally passed by them.—By Mr. S. CRAWFORD, from Dundalk and Inniskeen, for Landlord and Tenant (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. H. FLEETWOOD, from Preston, for Abolition of Beer Shops.—By -Mr. Alderman THOMPSON and Mr. FORT, from Sunderland and Chipping Camp den, for Abolition of Church Rates.— By two HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, against Church Bill (Ireland.) —By Mr. HAWKINS, from Newport, for Amendment of Municipal Corporations' Act.— By the ATTORNEY GENERAL, from Edinburgh, for Abolition of Annuity Tax. —By Mr. HARVEY, from the Medical Profession, Colchester, for Medical Witnesses' Bill.—By Mr. S. CRAW FORD, from Bangor, against Excise Licences (Ireland).