§ 2o. Lunatic Asylums (Ireland); Court of Exchequer (England).
§ Private—2 Crawford's Estate.
§ Reported.—Lagen Navigation; Coward's Divorce; Wide Streets (Dublin); Mersey Conservancy,
§ 3o. and passed:—Earl of Devon's Estate.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Duncombe, Dr. Bowring, and Lord R. Grosvenor, from London, Sligo, and Chester, against the Tobacco Regulations Bill—By Mr. D. Barclay, and Mr. Hutt, from Sunderland, Berwick upon-Tweed, Gateshead, and Tynemouth, for the Reform of the Medical Profession.—From Cork and Wells, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—From Killala, and Ballisakiery Dispensary, against placing such Institutions under the control of the Poor-law Commies. sioners.—From Potternewton, Rawdon, Leeds, Armley, Chapel, Allerton, Wortley, Beeston, Hemslet, Brambly, Fernley, Holbeck, and Heading-cum-Burley, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill.—From Parochial Schoolmasters of Abertaiff, for Ameliorating their condition.— By Mr. Villiers, from Leek, Girvan, Damerham, Ipstone, and Shrewsbury, for a Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Captain Bones, from Dromore, against the Present System of National Education (Ireland).—By Sir R. Inglis, from the Archdeaconry of Wells, for Church Extension.—From the Corporation of Leeds, for an Inquiry into the Existing Distress.—By Mr. Shield, from the Patent Officers of the Superior Courts of Common Law at Dublin, for Compensation.—From the Archdeaconry of Wilts for alteration of Parochial Assessments,