§ BILLS. Public.—2° Court of Exchequer (Ire. land).
§ Committed.— Arms (Ireland); Fines and Penalties (Ireland).
§ Reported.—Appeals (Privy Council).
§ 3aand passed:—Sugar Duties.
§ Private.—2a Marquess of Abercorn's Estate; Infant Orphan Asylum.
§ Reported.—Ross and Cromarty Jurisdiction.—Tay Ferries;383
§ Inchbelly (Glasgow) Road; Northampton Improvement; Gorbals Police.
§ 3a and passed:—Liverpool Watering; Neath Harbour No. 2).
§ Lords Amendments agreed to.—Great Bromley Inclosure.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Whitby, Portsmouth, and Bridgwater, in favour of the Scientific Societies Bill.—From Kingston-upon-Hull. for a Tax on Wood cut by Saw-mills.—From a number of places against, and from five places in favour, of the Factories Bill.—From Ely, and Hedingham, against the Parochial Assessments Act.—From Ayr, for Amending the Laws relating to the Merchant Seamen's Fund.—From Drogheda, for a Clause in the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) BBL—From Boyle, for Amending the Irish Poor-law, and to Exempt small Tenements from the payment of Rates.—From Gressenhall, for the Repeal of the Roman Catholic Relief Act.—From Auchtermuchty, for carrying out Rowland Hill's plan of Post-Office Reform.—From the Hackney Coach Proprietors, of London, for Amending the Metropolitan Hackney Carriages Act.— From Sutton-in-the. Forest, and Huby, against the Canada Corn Bill.—From Edinburgh, Huddersfield, Basford, H. D. Griffiths, and South Shields, for Mitigating the Sentence of the Chartist prisoners.—From T. Ness, in favour of Coroners Bill.— From Cadogan Williams, respecting Long Annuities.—From Samuel Gordon, for Enquiry into case of Hugh Boyd.