§ Bills. Read a first time:—Pilots.—Read a third time:—Prisons; Exchequer Bills.
§ Petitions presented. By Messrs. J. Neeld, Lister, and R. B. Wilbraham, Sir R. H. Inglis, Viscount Barrington, and Sir H. Hill, from a number of places, for, and by Messrs. Fort, Strutt, Warburton, Ellis, Brotherton, Hume, Baines, Hodges, R. Currie, Clive, Langdale, J. Parker, Williams, Hawes, Sir C. Styles, Captain Winnington, Sir G. Staunton, and Sir R. Vivian, from a great number of places, against, Church Extension.—By Messrs. Wallace, Pattison, Greg, T. Dundas, Warburton, Sir B. Hall, and Sit R. Ferguson, from a number of places, for the Repeal of the Com-laws.—By Sir M. Wood, from one place, against the Poor-law Commissioners.— By Captain Win- 1314 nington, from several places, against Church Rates, and against the Ecclesiastical Courts.—By Sir E. Filmer, from Gravesend, against the Corporation Act.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Salford, against the Constabulary Bill. —By Sir E. Wilmot, from Lichfleld, in favour of the Grammar School Bill By Mr. Ewart, from Liverpool, Sir C. Skyle, from several places, and Sergeant Currie, from Armagh, against the Irish Registration Bill.—By Colonel Bailey, from the Isle of Skrye, for a General system of Emigration.—By Mr. Curry, and Sir C. Coote, from Cavan, and another place, in favour of the Irish Registration Bill.