§ NEW WRIT.—For Salisbury, in the room of; William Bird Brodie, Esq., who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.
§ BILLS. Public—1° County Courts; Queen's Beneh Offices; Exchequer Bills.
§ 3° and passed:—Testimony in the Colonies; Schoolmaster's Widows Fund (Scotland).
§ Private.—1° Maryport and Carlisle Railway.
§ Reported.— Cromford and High Peak Railway; South Eastern, and London and Croydon Railway.
§ 3° and passed:—Charlwood Inclosure.
§ PETITIONS PERSENTED. By Mr. Scholefield, from Boston, for the Repeal of the Income-tax.—By Admiral Dundas, Colonel G. Langton, Lord John Russell, Sir J. Duke, 890 Lord Marsham, the Lord Mayor, Sir C. Napier, and Messrs. Thornely, E. Buller, Trelawny, Busfeild, Stan-dish, C. Berkeley, Bell, C. Villiers, H. Berkeley, G. W. Wood, Ord, Packe, Yorke, Tancred, G. Knight, Cripps, W. Fielden, Cobden, Greene, Lambton, Ricardo, Hayter, Wynn, Ellis, Jervis, Miles, Ewart, Christie, and Blackstone, from an immense number of places, against the Educational Clauses of the Factories Bill.—By Mr. Hardy, from Bradford, York, and other places, for Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories.—By Messrs. C. Villiers, and T. Duncombe, from fourteen Parishes and places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-laws. By Sir John Hanmer, Sir M. Wood, and Mr. Mackinnon, from Hull, and a number of Metropolitan Parishes, in favour of, and against the Health of Towns Bill.—From Aylesbury, and Scarborongh, against Ecclesiastical Courts.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Youghal, and by Mr. Sergeant Murphy, and Mr. Ross, from a number of places in Ireland, against the transferring to Scotland the Contract for the Mail Coaches in Ireland—By Lord Marsham, from Scarborough, Gravesend, and Milton, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.— From Chester, for Medical Reform.-— From the Medical Union of Ireland, in favour of the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.