§ BILLS. Public.—1°.Bonded Corn (No. 2) Tobacco Regulations; Ordnance Services.
§ 2a. Right of Voting (Dublin University).
§ Committed-British Possessions Abroad s Municipal Corporations (Ireland).
§ 3°. and passed:—Drainage (Ireland); Railways.
§ Private.—Reported.—Ashton's Divorce; Wrexham Road.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Captain Rous, Mr.Gill, and Mr. S. Wortley, from Lancaster, St. Paul's, Covent Garden, Woolwich, Huddersfield, and Plymouth, against the Poor-law Amendment Bill—By Mr. Litton, and Viscount Bernard, from Mallow. Kilmichael, Clondrohid, Ballina-clash, and Holy Trinity, Cork, for an Alteration in the present System of Education (Ireland).—By Mr. J. D. Jackson, from Athy, and Waterford, against placing Medical Charities under the Control of the Poor-law Commissioners.—By Mr. Beckett, and Mr. R. Scott, from Hixby, Whitley, Upper Elland, Llanelly, Grimscar, and Barnsley, against the Mines and Collieries Bill—By Mr. Hardy, from Medical Practitioners and Pupils, for anlnquiry into the Working of the Anatomy Act—From the Holders of Salmon Weirs on the Barrow, against the Fisheries (Ireland) Bill—From Derby, against Brewer's Casks being Distrained for the Rent of their Customers. —By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Edinburgh, for Inquiry into the Causes of the National Distress, and the Murders in Ireland.—By Sir C. B. Vere, from Hoxne Union, for Rating the Owners in lieu of the Occupiers of Small Tenements.—From Ugborough, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.