§ Bill. Read a second time:—Letter Stealing (Scotland).
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. JAMES OSWALD, from Glasgow. for the Repeal of the Duty on Soap.—By Lord CASTLE-REAGH, from Newry, against; and by Lord ACHESON, Mr. S. R. LUSHINGTON, and the CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER, from several Places, in favour of the Municipal Corporations' (Ireland) Bill.—By Lord EBRINGTON, from Kings bridge, in favour of Mr. BUCKINGHAM'S Claims.—By the Marquess of CHANDOS, from the Winslow Union (Bucks), against the Low Rate of Wages for Labour,—By Mr. WILKS, from Southampton, for Relief to the Dissenters.—By Mr. H. GRATTAN, from the Roman Catholics of Navan, for Exempting from Duty Materials for Building Churches; from Meath, against Tithes—By Mr. R. WALLACE, from Bedford, for Corporation Reform; also against tile Stamp Duty on Newspapers; from Greenock, to the same effect.—By Mr. EWART, from Liverpool; and by Mr. SCHOLEFIELD, from Birmingham, against the Excise Restrictions on the Manufacture of Tobacco.—By Sir a STRICKLAND, from Doneaster, against the Assessed Taxes; from Sheffield, for Relieving Licensed Victuallers of the Additional Duty on Spirit Licenses.—By Mr. GILLON, from Lanark, for Abolishing the Statute Labour (Scotland) Acts.—By the same, Mr. TYNTE, and Mr. WILLIAMS, from three Places, against the Stamp Duty on Newspapers.