§ MINUTRS.] BILLS. Public.—1o. Chelsea Hospital.
§ Committed.—Copyhold and Customary Tenure.
§ Reported. — Roman Catholic Oaths (Ireland); Assessed Taxes.
§ Private.—1o. Neath Harbour.
§ Reported.—Deptford Poor and Improvement; Tay Ferries; Edinburgh Water works; Bolton Water Works; Great North of England Railway; Sutherland Roads; Lagan Navigation. 3a. and passed:—Leamington Priors Improvement; Aberdeen Harbour; Hawkins's Estate; Bardney Drainage; Paisley Municipal Affairs.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. Evans, Tuffnell, Morison, R. Currie, Brotherton, James, Gisborne, Astell, Lawson, Plumptre, and Legh, and Lord R. Grosvenor, from a great number of places, against, and by Mr. Astell, from Clapham (Bedfordshire), and Ampthill, in favour of the Factories Bin.—By Mr. Morison, from Forres, Settle, and Fortrose, for carrying out Rowland Hill's Plan of Post-Office Reform. — By Colonel Baillie, from Southampton, and several Individuals, in favour of the Coroners Bill. — By Colonel Conolly, from Donegal, against the Spirit Duties.—By Mr. Plumptre, from eleven places, against any further Grant to Maynooth College; and against the system of National Education—By Messrs. Hawes, Hindley, and M. Gibson, from Lambeth, Manchester, Holme, and other places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Corn and Provision Laws.—By Sir E. Knatchbull from Kent, for Protection to the Agricultural Interest. From the Trustees of the several roads near Leeds, and other Places, against the Turnpike Roads Bill From a Manchester Association, against the Nuisance of Smoke from actories.—From the Metropolitan Improvement Society, in favour of the Health of Towns Bill; and against the Practice of Interment in Cities.—From South Shields, for the Repeal of the Income-tax. From Llanfechain. for the Repeal of the Emancipation Act.— From Manchester, Devonport, and Stonehouse, in favour of the Scientific Societies Bill—From Inishowen Union, against the Irish Poor-law.—From the Clergy of Warwick, against Lay Baptism.—From South Shields for Amending the Law relating to the Merchant Seamen's Fund.—From Inhabitants of Bulwell, in favour of the Repeal of the Union (Ireland).