§ BILLS. Public—1°. Health of Towns.
§ 2°. House of Lords Oaths; Turnpike Roads (Ireland).
§ Committed.—Punishment of Death.
§ 3°. and passed:—Justices of the Peace (Ireland).
§ Private.—1°. Cockermouth Roads; Mansfield and Work-sop Roads; Bercot and Oxford Navigation; Clarence Railway; Bolton Gas; Chepstow Water.
§ 2°. Edinburgh Water.292
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. D. Barclay, Mr. Busfeild. Dr. Bowring, Sir G. Strickland, and Sir H. Fleetwood, from Sunderland, Cleckheaton, Preston (39 petitions), Sabden (16 petitions), Read, and Durham, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws.?— By Mr. Ferrand, Mr. A. Chapman, Mr. Arkwright, Mr. Walter, and Mr. Broadley, from Whitby, York, Nottingham, Pocklington, Hereford, Ludlow, Leominster, Barnstaple, Chester, and Knaresborough, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.— By Mr. Divett and Mr. Ferrand, from Barnstaple, and George Wythen Baxter, against the Income-tax.— By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Great Yarmouth, for Church Extension, in favour of the Parochial system of Education, and against any further grant to Maynooth College.— By Lord Clive and Lord Ashley from Carlisle, Llanwnda, Lianfaylen, Doon, Falmouth, Northampton and Shaston, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.— From the Hibernian Anti-Slavery Society, against the Tenth Article in the American Treaty. — From Leeds, against Machinery. — From Ncwry, for Altering the Laws Regulating the Spirit Trade in Ireland. — From Thomas Clark, for Legal and Judicial Reforms. — From Glasgow, in favour of the Scotch Church.