§ BILLS. Public.—2°. Exchequer Bills.
§ Private.—Reported.—St. Helen's Water Works.
§ 3°. and passed:—Cromford and High Peak Railway.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Tredawny, Evans, Hollond, C. Berkeley, Lawson, Broadley, Tancred, G. Philips, Thornely, Busfeild, Standish, Waddington. Brotherton, H. Lambton, S. Crawford, Cardvell, J. Jervis, Chute, B. Escott, Greene, Barnard, Bernal, Martin, S. O'Brien, Elphinstone, Aldam, Acland, and S. Wortley, Sir T. Chetwode, Colonel Rushbrooke, Lord Duncan, Lord Dalmeny, Colonel G. Langton, Sir J. Hanmer, Sir E. Filmer, Lord H. Vane, Lord C. Fitzroy, Sir G. Grey, Lord John Russell, Colonel T. Wood, and Sir C. Napier, from an enormous number of places, against the Educational Clauses in the Factories Bill.— From Kendal, against Altering the Law relating to the Recovery of Lost Time in Factories.— By Colonel Wyndham, from Bepton, against the Importation of Corn from Canada.—By Mr. Thornely, from Cradley, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws.—From High Sheriff of Bucks, for Protection of Industrious Classes in Home Market from Foreign Competition.—By Mr. R. Palmer, from Laugharne, Henley. Upon. Thames, and Wokingham, against the Municipal Corporations Bill. —From Mahaesbury, for Altering the Municipal Corporations Bill. — From Deralossory, and Glanely, for Encouraging the Schools connected with the Established Church in Ireland. — From Delgany, for Amending the Irish Poor-law. — From Chippenham, and Shrewsbury, against the Union of She sees of St. Asaph and Bangor. — From Bonnyrigg, Lasswede, and Launched, for Universal Suttage.— From I Hitchin, for an Inquiry into the present state of the Medical Profession. — From Cyrus Redding, in favour of Health of Town Bill.