§ BILLS. Public.—1° Defamation and Libel; Fisheries.
§ Committed.—Coalwhippers; Highway Rates; Slave Trade (Austria); Slave Trade (Portugal); Slave Trade (Chile); Slave Trade (Mexican Republic).
§ Reported.—Admiralty Lands.
§ 3°. and passed:—Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction; Excise.
§ Private.—2°. Miller's Estate.
§ Reported.—Saggart Commons Award; Anderston Improvement and Police.78
§ 3°. and passed:—Glasgow police.
§ PETITION PRESENTED. By Mr. Hume, from Jeremiah John Kelly, against the Coalwhippers Bill.—By Mr. Trelawney, from Travistock, against the Irish Arms Bills; and by Mr. T. Duncombe, from Finsbury, to the same Effect.—By Mr. E. B. Roche, from Cork, and from Galway, against the Irish Poor Law.—By Mr. Halford, from Athlone, in favour of the Repeal of the Legislative Union.—From Portobello, and Musselburgh, for the Repeal of the Corn Laws.—From two Religious Unions, against the Factories Bill.—From North Berwick, against the Prisons (Scotland) Bill.—From Macroom Union, for Applying all Church Property toward the Diminution of Taxation.—From Ipswich, for the Establishment of a Bishoprick at Manchester.—From Lutterworth, Lyndhurst, and Oswestry, in favour of the Country Courts Bill.