§ Bills. Read a third time:—East India Officers, Salary.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. H. GORING, Mr. CODRINGTON, Mr. C. BARCLAY, and Sir C. KNIGHTLEY, from various places, against the Ministerial plan for the abolition of Church-rates.—By Mr. WILKS, Colonel C. LANGTON, Mr. ORD, Dr. BOWRING, Mr. POTTER, and other hon. MEMBERS, from various places, praying for the abolition of Church-rates.—By Mr. HALFORD, from Leicester, praying that the County-rates should be placed under the management of persons elected by the rate-payers.—By Lord C. MANNERS, from Loughborough, complaining of the Poor-law Commissioners for not erecting the workhouse in Loughborough.—By Captain POLHILL, from the coroner of the county of Bedford, complaining of inadequate remuneration.—By Mr. C. BERKELEY, from the Board of Guardians of the Cheltenham Union, complaining of the present mode of rating small tenements.—By Mr. H. WILSON, from Suffolk, against the present system of rating cottages under the New Poor-law Act.—By Mr. T. DUNCOMBE, from Knaresborough, for Household Suffrage.—By Sir O. MOSLEY, from a place in Staffordshire, for the better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. BROCKLEHURST, from Macclesfield, for a revision of the Poor-law Amendment Act.—By Mr. W. BAKRON, from St. John's, Newfoundland, complaining of the conduct of certain functionaries of that Island; and from places in Ireland, praying for the abolition of Tithes; and for Corporate Reform; and also, expressing confidence in the present Government.—By the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, from the president, vice-president, and council of the Royal College of Surgeons in London, against that part of the Poor-law Amendment Bill relating to medical attendance on the poor.—By Sir T. FREMANTLE, from the borough of Buckingham, in favour of the Better Observance of the Sabbath.