§ Bills. Read a third time:—Penitentiary (Millbank), Mutiny and Marine Mutiny Bill.—Read a first time:—Uniformity of Process; Judicial Factors (Scotland).
§ Petitions presented. By several Hon. MEMBERS, from various places, against the Abolition of Church-rates; and from Twickenham, Great Marlow, and other places, against the ministerial Measure.—By Mr. WILKS, and other Hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for the Abolition of Church-rates; from Leeds and various other places, for the ministerial Measure.—By Lord G. SOMERSET, Mr. WILKS, and other Hon. MEMBERS, from Halsted, Stroud, and other places, for an Inquiry into the mode of providing Medical Relief by the New Poor-law Act,—By Sir JAMES GRAHAM and Lord HENNIKER, from Bridgend and Cambridge Union, for Amendment of New Poor-law Act.—By Mr. P. HOWARD and Lord HENNIKER, from Rochford and Wangford Union, against the Repeal of New Poor-law Act.—By Mr. TOOKE, from the Inhabitants of the Liberty of the Rolls, for Equalisation of Land-tax.—By Sir A. LEITH HAY, from Banf, complaining of the Advantages enjoyed by the Owners of the Post-office Shipping List over similar Lists, which are burthened with Postage Dues.—By Mr. HASTIE, from Paisley, for a Household Suffrage; and from Dalmellington and Maxwelltown, for Burghs of Barony (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. O'CONNELL and other Hon. MEMBERS, from various places for Abolition of Tithes (Ireland).—By Mr. O'CONNELL and Mr. MORGAN JOHN O'CONNELL, from several places, for Municipal Corporation Bill (Ireland).—By Mr. O'CONNELL and other Hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for Irish Municipal Corporations; for Abolition of Tithes (Ireland); and for Vote by Ballot.