§ MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.—1°. Landlord and Tenant (Ireland).
§ 2°. Loan Societies; Prison Discipline; Limitation of Actions (Ireland); Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction; Stamps; West India Islands Relief; Excise.
§ Committed.—Law of Evidence; Warrants of Attorney.
§ 3°. and passed:—Loan Societies; Slave Trade Treaties; Militia Ballot's Suspension; Bills of Exchange; Marriages (Ireland); Stock in Trade.
§ Private. — Reported. — Earl of Gainsborough's Estate; M'Culloh's (or Roupel's) Estate: Wilkinson's Estate.
§ 3°. and passed:—Leicester and Peterborough Roads.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir W. Clay, and Mr. Masterman, from Stepney Union, Port of London, and the Tower Hamlets, in favour of the Coalwhippers Bill.— By Mr. Hamilton, from Westmeath, in favour of the Irish Arms Bill.—From two places, against any further Grant for Educational purposes; and from several places, for Encouragement to the Schools in Connection with the Church Education Society.—By Mr. Bannerman, from Aberdeen, against the Factories Bill; against the Merchant Stamens Fund; against the Tenth Article in the American Treaty; against the Prisons (Scotland) Bill; for Carrying out Rowland Hills Plan of Post-Office Reform; and for making Seduction a Capital Offence.— From Individuals at Fishlake, and Stainforth, against the Names being signed without their consent to Petitions for the Repeal of the Corn Laws.—From Aberdour, and other places, for Inquiry into the Causes of the present Distress.—From Mayne, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.