§ Bills Bead a flat time:—Custody of Infants Sabbath.
§ Petitions presented. By several hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for the better observance of the Sabbath—By several hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for the proposed Measure; and by other hon. MEMBEBS, FROM various places, against the proposed Measure for the abolition of Church-rates.—By Mr. JERVIS and Sir RICHARD VIVIAN, from various places. for repeal of, Window Tax; and from natives of Wales, against the alienation of the revenues of St. Asaph and Bangor to the see of Manchester.—By several hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for repeal of the Duty on Fire Insurances.—By Mr. EATON, of Soham, for a more speedy recovery, of small Debts—By Mr. H. T. HOPE, from Gloucester, for alteration of system of Bonding Warehouses.—By Mr. T.S. DONCOMBE, from various places, for equalisation of Land: Tax.—By Mr. WAKLEY and other hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for amendment of Factories' Act.—By Mr. CHARLES BULLER, and other hon. MEMBEBS, from various places, for Municipal Corporations (Ireland),—By Mr. CHARLES 503 BULLER, from Creeve and Clooncreff West, for abolition of Tithes (Ireland).—By Lord WORSLEY and Sir OSWALD MOSLEY, from various places, for amendment of the Highway Act.—By Mr. AGLIONBY, from Kendal, for a new writ, on account of the loss, by illness, of the services of their representative.—By Sir RICHARD VYVYAN and Mr. PENDARVES, from various places, against the monopoly enjoyed by the Post-office Shipping List.—By Mr. EATON, from Grantham, for establishment of Local Courts.—By Mr. COWPER, from Hertford, for repeal of the duties on soap, sugar, tobacco, glass, and bricks.—By Sir ROBERT INGLIS, from clergy of Oxford, against the recommendations of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners affecting cathedral Churches; and from various places, for Metropolis Improvement Bill.—By Mr. EATON and other hon. MEMBERS, from various places, for amendment of Poor-law Act.—BY Mr. SHAW LEFEVRE, from various places, for rating owners instead of occupiers of small tenements.—By Mr. HUME, from Bradford (York), in favour of Household Suffrage.