§ MINUTES.] NEW MEMBER SWORN. John Bright, Esq., for Durham City.
§ BILLS. Public.—1° Slave Trade Suppression; Heritable Securities; Slave Trade (Austria): Slave Trade (Chile): Slave Trade (Mexican Republic); Slave Trade (Portugal); Turnpike Acts Continuance; Highway Rates; Bishops Relief (Ireland).
§ Committed.—Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions; West India Islands Relief; Excise.
§ Reported.—Stamps; Coalwhippers; Drainage of Lands. 3° and passed:— Coroners.
§ Private.— Reported.— Oxnam's Estate (No. 2); Anderston Improvement and Police; Bermondsey, Rotherhithe, and Deptford Roads.
§ 3° and passed:—Earl of Gainsborough's Estate;M'Culloh's (or Roupell's) Estate.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. G. W. Wood, from Lord Oranmore, for the sale of all Church Property (Ireland). —By Lord Courtney, from Limerick, in favour of the Irish Arms Bill.—By Mr. Masterman, from the Clockmakers Company, against certain Clauses in the Customs Act; and by Mr. T. Duncombe, from the Committee of the Watch and Clockmakers to the same effect.—By Mr. Wawn, from the London Shipowners, against the Coal-Whippers Bill.—By Mr. Corry, from Tyrone, against the Repeal Agitation.—From Glasgow, against the Glasgow Police.—From Kidderminster, in favour of the County Courts Bill.—From Mayne, against any Grant for Educational Purposes in Ireland.