§ NEW WRITS.—For King's County, Vice Nicholas Fitzsimon, Esq., Chiltern Hundreds.
§ Bills. Read a first time:—Parliamentary Voters (Ireland); Medical Profession,
§ Petitions presented. By Sir Francis Burdett, from New bury, Berks, against the New Poor-law Bill.—By Sir H. Parnell, from the Chamber of Commerce, Dundee, for the Repeal of the Duties on all Foreign Linens.—By Mr. T. S. Duncombe, from the Working Men's Association in Finsbury, complaining of the present state of the Representation in Parliament, and for the House to take into consideration the People's Charter, and for an Address to her Majesty for the Release of Frost, Williams, and Jones, and all Political Offenders.—By Mr. Sergeant Jackson, from a place in the county of Dublin, for the Encouragement of Scriptural Societies, particularly those connected with the Church Education Society.—By Sir R. Inglis, from places in Yorkshire, complaining of the inadequate means possessed by the National Church to supply the wants of the Increasing Population.—By Mr. Litton, from Mountmillick, against any further Grant to the College of Maynooth, and for the Exclusion of Roman Catholics from Parliament.