§ BILLS.Public.—1° Turnpike Roads (Ireland).
§ 2° Law of Evidence.
§ Reported.—Justices of Peace (Ireland).
§ Received the Royal Assent:—Forged Exchequer Bills; Coal Venders Penalties.
§ Private.—1° St. Pancras Churches; Plymouth Roads, Carriages, etc.; Jackson's Divorce.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Rugby, against Lord Ellenborough's Proclamation.—By Sir H. Douglas, and Mr. Aglionby, from Liverpool, Ipswich, Winchester, Carlisle, Worcester, and a Law Society, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—By Colonel Wyndham, from Littlehampton, Warningcamp, Tonington, 247 Ford, Leominster, and Arundel, for the Repeal of the Malt Tax.—By Mr. W. O. Stanley, Mr. Liddell, Lord Clive, Mr. Mackenzie, and Mr. S. Wortley, from Sudbury, Durham, Theifod, Craven, Dursley, Rotherhithe, Chirk, Conway, the Archdeaconry of Wilts, Llansant-fraid Glaw, St. Martin, Salisbury, Ashbourn, Newchurch with Ryde, Llandulas, Anglesey, Cirencester, and Narberth, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Dr. Bowring, Mr. Ewart, and Mr. G. W. Wood, from Mold Green, Kendal, Haslingden, Alden, Musbury, John Taylor and Family, Joseph Hinchcliffe and Family, Dalkeith, and Joseph Jackson and Family, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Mr. A. Campbell, from Kilmarnock, against the Law of Patronage in the Scotch Church. — From Launceston, against portions of the English Poor-law.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Liverpool, for placing the Theatres there under the Direction of the Lord Chamberlain, or the Mayor of Liverpool. —By the same, from North Shields, for an Inquiry into the Causes of the late Outbreak.—By Mr. F. Maule, from Plean, Auchenbowie, and Plean Colliery, for Repeal or Amendment of the Mines and Collieries Act.—From South Moulton, against the Exemption of Mail Coaches from Turnpike Tolls.—From Cadogan Williams, for Inquiry into his Scheme as to Deferred Annuities.—From James Wiggins, for Means to Emigrate.—From the Rev. Joseph Foster, against the Parochial Assessment Act.— From Belfast, for placing the Irish Spirit Trade on the same footing as the English. — From Samuel Gordon, against the Proceedings of the Irish Court of Chancery regarding him.—From the Counties of Warwick, and Leicester, in favour of the Dogs Bill.—From the Grand Jury of Monaghan, against the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.—From Kilkeel Union, for Suppression of Mendicancy (Ireland).—From Newry, respecting Bakers Working Hours.—From Edward Groves, Plan for Liquidating the National Debt.—From Newport (I. w.), for Alteration in Law of Church Rates.