§ Petitions presented. By Mr. D. BROWNE, from several places in Sligo and Mayo, expressing confidence in his Majesty's Government.—By Sir J. GRAHAM, from various places in Cumberland and Westmoreland, for alterations in the New Poor-laws.—By Lord C. MANNERS and other hon. MEMBERS, from various places, against the plan for the abolition of Church-rates.—By Mr. WILKS and other hon. MEMBERS, from various places, in favour of the Ministerial plan for the abolition of Church-rates.—By Mr. HINDLEY. from Hythe, Ashton, and other places, in favour of the Sabbath Bill, and for the introduction of a ten hours' Factory Bill.—By Mr. S. BARRY, from various places in Ireland, for the total abolition of Tithes, and expressing confidence in his Majesty's present Government—By Mr. GROTE, from the Chamber of Commerce, Madras, to be put on the same footing as Calcutta in regard to the Duty on Sugar.—By Mr. WAKLEY, from Worthing, in favour of the Dorchester labourers—By Mr. DUNLOP, from places in Scotland, in favour of the Burghs of Barony Bill.—By the ATTORNEY-GENERAL, from Edinburgh, that the punishment of death should be abolished for every crime except murder.—By Lord SANDON, from Liverpool, in support of the Bill for the better Observance of the Sabbath.