§ NEW MEMBERS.—Colonel Clements, for Cavan.
§ Bills. Read a first time:—Parish Constables.—Read a second time:—East-India Rum.—Read a third time:— Tithe Compositions (Ireland).
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. O'Connell, Major Macnamara, Sir R, A. Fergusson, and Colonel Rawdon, from Down, Munster, Londonderry, Armagh, and other places, in favour of Lord Morpeth's Irish Registration Bill.—By Mr. Litton, and Sir R. Bateson, from Wicklow, Cork, Fermanagh, and other places, in favour of Lord Stanley's Irish Registration Bill.—By Mr. Wakley, Mr. Trotter, and Sir J. Y. Buller, from St. Luke's, Guildford, Devonport, and other places, against the New Poor-law Bill.—By Mr. W. Duncombe, and Sir R. Inglis, from Yorkshire, and other places, for Church Extension.—By Sir De Lacy Evans, from the Westminster Reform Society, against the Window Duties.—By Sir H. Bateson, from Antrim, against Patronage in the Scotch Church.—By Sir R. Jenkins, from a parish in Montgomeryshire, against the Union of the Dioceses of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Lord Stanley, from Wigan, for additional Church Accommodation; and from the Rate-payers of a parish in Lancashire, against the New Poor-law, and the Rural Police Act.—By Lord Sandon, from the East-India and China Association of Liverpool, for an Equalization of the Duties on the Produce of the East and West Indies.—By Sir W. Follett, from a Parish in Devonshire, for the Establishment of Local Courts.—By Mr. W. S. O'Brien, from a Parish in the county of Limerick, against the Vaccination Act.—By Sir G. Staunton, from the Royal College of Surgeons, against the Medical Reform Bill.—By Mr. Baines, from the Mayor and Corporation of Leeds, for an Alteration in the mode of making up the Registrations of Municipal Electors, and for the 742 better Draining of Towns.—By Mr. Pease, from the Stockport and Darlington Railway Company, for an equitable mode of Railway Taxation.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Birmingham, for the Release of Frost, Williams, and Jones.