§ Bills. Head a second time:—Arras' (Ireland); Turnpike Roads' (Ireland).—Read a first time:—Administration of Justice (New South Wales); Admiralty Jurisdiction (Prince of Wales' Island); Insolvent Debtors' (India); Constabulary Act Amendment (Ireland).
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. CHISHOLM, from Forres, against any Alterations in the Regulations of Universities (Scotland).—By several HON. MEMBERS, from vartous Places, for Abolition of Church Rates.—By Mr. R. SMITH, from Newport Pagnell, for Mitigation of Criminal Laws; and from Amersham, for Measures to ensure the Negroes the full benefit of the Slavery Abolition Act. —By Mr. EWART and Sir S. WHALLEY, from Retailers of Beer, Liverpool, Stockport, and St. Pancras, for placing them on the same footing as Licensed Victuallers.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, against Municipal Corporations' (Scotland) Bill.—By Viscount SANDON, from Ship Bread Bakers, Liverpool, complaining of the Importation of Foreign Corn and Biscuit on Bond.—By Colonel PERCEVAL, from various Places, for Lords' Amendments to the Irish Municipal Reform Bill By Lord ASHLEY, from various Places, against Factories' Act Amendment Bill.