§ BILLS. Public. — 1a East India Bishops.
§ 2a Election Petitions Trial.
§ 3a and passed:—Testimony Perpetuating.
§ Private.—Reported.—Earl of Devon's Estate.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir M. Wood, from the Ward of Aldgate, Spa Fields, and Broad Street, London, for the Redemption of the Tolls on Waterloo and the other Metroplitan Bridges.—By Mr. M. Gibson, from Manchester, for an Inquiry into the cause of the Distressed state of the Shopkeepers of Manchester.—By Mr. Plumptre, from Uppington, Preston, Wing, and Llanfihangel, against any further Grant to Maynooth College. —From Padiham, Oldham, and Whit church (Salop) for Inquiry into the course of Instruction pursued at Maynooth College.—By Mr. Labouchere. from Duxford, for the Substitution of Affirmations in lieu of Oaths.—From the Wigton and Horsham Unions, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—From Taunton, for the Appointment of a Medical Commission.—From the Lincoln and Lincolnshire Mechanic's Institution, for Exemption from Rates and Taxes.—By Sir Howard Douglas, from Liverpool and Ballyshannon, against the Tobacco Regulations Bill.—From the Magistrates of the Quarter Sessions at Beccles, praying that Owners instead of Occupiers of Small Tenements may be rated.