§ BILLS. Public.— 1°. Spirit Duties (Ireland); Public Works; Consolidated Fund.
§ 2°. Parish Property; Salmon Fisheries (Scotland).
§ 3° and passed:—West India Clergy.
§ Private.—1°. Sudbury Improvement; Slug Road; Great Torrington Market; Granton Pier (No. 2); Kilmington Inclosure; York Cathedral; Fleetwood Improvement and Market.
§ 2° Deptford Pier; Gravesend Town Pier; Gravesend Terrace Pier; Bolton and West Houghton Road. Reported.—Forged Exchequer Bills; Rivers (Ireland).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hindley, Mr. Sharman Crawford, Mr. P. M. Stewart, Colonel Fox, Sir John Easthope, and other hon. Members, from Warrington, Down, Stepney, Manchester, Weymouth, Newport (Isle of Wight), Melcombe Regis, and other places, for a Re peal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. Leader, and Mr. B. Hall, from St James's, Westminster, and St. Pancras, against the Marylebone Parish Bill—By Mr. Leader, from West-minster, against the Proposed new Corn-law Bill.—By Mr. Hardy, from Bradford, Bolton-le-Moors, and Har wood, against the New Poor-law.—By Mr. Baldwin, from Millers in Ireland, for Protection from the Importation of Foreign Flour.—By Mr. S. O'Brien, from Clare, for Protection from the Importation of Foreign Cattle.— By Mr. Morgan John O'Connell, from Kerry, for the Importation of Foreign Wheat instead of Flour.—By Sir R. Bateman, from Presbyterians in the North of Ireland, in favour of the Marriages (Ireland) Bill; and from Down, and Londonderry, in favour of the system of Education adopted by the Church Education Society.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Finsbury, for a Radical Reform of the House of Commons.—From Marylebone, for Redemption of Tolls on Metropolitan Bridges.—From W. Balls, for Universal Suffrage.—From the Newcastle-upon-Tyne British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, against Exportation of Labourers from British India.—From Ulver-stone, against further Grant to Maynooth College.