§ Bills. Read a third time: Judges' Chambers Bill; Ottoman Dominions' Consuls.—Read a first time:— Court of Session Audit (Scotland) Bill; Sheriffs' Courts (Scotland); Heirs of Entail (Scotland) Bill.
§ Petitions presented. By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, against Factories' Act Amendment Bill.— By Mr. CUTLAR FERGUSSON and Mr. GILLON, from Lanark and Castle Douglas, for Alteration of Municipal Corporations' (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. GILLON, from Kirkintilloch, praying the House to reject any Application for New Endowments.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, for Abolition of Church Rates.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, against allowing Grocers to sell Spirits.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, that the House will Adhere to the Provisions of the Municipal Corporation Reform Bill as originally passed by them.—By Mr. TOWNLEY, from Tavistock, against Tithe Commutation Bill; and from Royston, for Revision of Criminal Laws.—By Mr. TOWNLEY and another HON. MEMBER, from Whittlesea and Cambridge, for placing County Rates in the hands of Deputies—By Mr. TENNYSON D'EYNCOURT, from Lambeth, that in case of summary Conviction before a Magistrate, the Evidence thereon given should be uniformly set forth in the Record.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, for Abolition of Tithes (Ireland)—By Sir JOHN OWEN, from several Places, for Repeal of Duty on Marine Insurances.—By several HON. MEMBERS, from various Places, for Lords' Day Bill.—By Mr. PLUMPTRE and Sir JOHN OWEN, from various Places, against Turnpike Trusts' Consolidation Bill.—By Mr. LAMBTON, from Sunderland, for Removal of Jewish Disabilities.—By Mr. STEWART MACKENZIE, from Laurencekirk, for Alteration of Burghs' Barony (Scotland) Bill—By Sir R. MUSGRAVE, from Waterford, for Revision of Grand Jury Taxation (Ireland).—By several HON. MEMBERS, from varoius Places, for the Joint-Stock Bank Committee to require from Private Banks an Account of their Liabilities and Assets.