§ MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.ߞ1°. Drainage (Ireland); Australia and New Zealand.
§ 2°. Mutiny; Marine Mutiny.
§ Reported.—Public Works; Spirit Duties (Ireland).
§ Private.—1° Tyne Fisheries; Kingswinford Small Debts; Carlow Road; Stockton and Hartlepool Railway; Wicklow Harbour.
§ 2°. Yarmouth and Norwich Railway; Great Torrington Market; Fleetwood Improvement and Market; Saint Austell Market; Kingstown Mariners Church; Liverpool Improvement; Bunsen's Naturalization; Guarantee Society.
§ 3° and passed:—Birmingham and Liverpool Junction Canal; Duke of Bedford's Estate; Severn Navigation; Windsor Bridge.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. J. Bailey, from the Glovers of Worcester, against the Importation of Foreign Gloves.—By Lord Bernard, from the City of Cork, that Cork may he selected as the Packet station between Bristol and the South of Ireland.—By Mr. Ffolliott, and Lord Bernard, from Sligo, Cork, and Limerick, against the National System of Education—By Mr. W. Browne, from Westminster, for the Repeal of the Tolls on Soutnwark, Waterloo, and Vauxhall Bridges,—By Mr. Greene, from Lancaster, against the Buildings Regulation Bill.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Haddington, for Universal Suffrage, and Vote by Ballot. —By Captain Jones, from Moira, and from places in the County of Down, against the System of National Education (Ireland).—By Mr. Banks, from Wareham, against the Proposed Increase in the Duty on Imported Clay.—By Dr. Bowring, from Dublin, deprecating the War in Affghanistan.-—By Mr. M. J. O'Connell, from Tralee, that a Post-office Communication may be Established with the South of Ireland by means of Bristol and the Cove of Cork.—From Whalley, Highgate, Birmingham, and other places, for Repeal of the Corn-laws.— From Blakeney, Norwich, Carlisle, and other places, for Encouraging the Importation of Grain in preference to Flour From Mayo, Limerick, &c, against the Corn Importation Bill—From G. Edwards, for Amendment of the Law relating to the registration of Voters,—From Boston, and Little Bolton, against the Boroughs Improvement Bill.—From the Hinckley Union, against the Continuance of the Poor-law Commission.—From Sunderland, for Equalization of the Timber Duties.—From Newton Limavady, in favour of the Marriages (Ireland) Bill.—From Bath, and other places, against further Grant to Maynooth.—From Sheffield, for a Law to Prevent Brewers Casks being Distrained for Rent.—From Ticehurst, for Rating Owners instead of Occupiers of Tenement.—From Kerry, for Amendment of the Law of Roads (Ireland).—From Chichester, against the Repeal of the Gilbert's Act,