§ BILLS. Public.— 1a. Warwick and Lancaster Coroners; St. Asaph and Bangor Cathedrals; Lunatic Asylums (Ireland).
§ Committed.—Protection to her Majesty's Person.
§ 3a and passed:— Protection to her Majesty's Person; Rivers (Ireland).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hardy, from Marylebone, against a farther grant to Maynooth.— By Mr. Brotherton, from Ulverston, to discontinue the Wars in China, and Affghanistan.—By Sir L. H. Hayes, from Letterpenny, against the Tobacco Regulations Bill.—By Mr. S. Wortley, from Cuttal, Callerton, and other places (39 petitions) against the Dissolution of Gilbert's Unions.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Dr. Bedingfield, for Repeal of the Poor-law Amendment Act.—By Mr. T. buncombe, from Dr. Quaill, to be appointed Medical Attendant of the Polish Refugees.—By Mr. Aldam, from Leeds, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. J. Parker, from Lowtherstone Union, for Inquiry into the conduct of the Poor-law Commissioners in Relation to that Union.— From St. Pancras and Clerkenwell, in favour of the Building Regulations Bill.—By Mr. Clay, from Inhabitants of the Metropolis, for abolition of Duty on Inland Coals.—From the Grand Jury of the county of Louth, against placing Medical Charities under the Poor-law Commissioners.—From Queenhead, for the Repeal of the Corn. laws.—From Kingston-on-Thames, for the Redemption of the Tolls on the Metropolitan Bridges.—From the Medical Association at Newcastle-on-Tyne, for Medical Reform.—From Bassingbourn, to alter the mode of Pleading on Criminal Trials; and from Bassingbourn, London, Great Eversden, and Melbourne, to substitute Affirmations for Oaths.