§ BILLS.—Private.—1°. Cliffe-cum-lund Inclosure; Thames Latlage and Ballastage; Dean Forest and Gloucester Railway; Scarborough Harbour; Northampton Improvement; Rochdale and Manchester Road; Topsham Improvement; Liverpool watering; Walton-on-the-hill Rectory; Northern and Eastern Railway; South Eastern Railway; Sowerby and Sayland Inclosure; South Eastern and London and Croydon Railway; Preston Waterworks; Sunderland Floating Harbour; 2°. Lancaster Lunatic Asylum.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir J. Hanmer, Capt. Plumridge, Mr. Ormsby Gore, Mr. Turner, Mr. Strutt, Mr. Kemble, Mr. Aldham, Mr. Hindley, Sir John Easthope, Sir G. Grey and Mr. V. Smith, from Members of the Committee of the Hull and East Riding Auxiliary of the London Missionary Society, Bodmin, Southampton, Ilkeston, St. Columb, Secretary of the Committee of the Baptist Missionary Society, Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, (three Petitions), Mevagissy and other places, Falmouth, Truro, Croydon, Oswestry, Batley (two Petitions) Derby, Leicester, Leicestershire, Stroud, Subscribers to the London Missionary Society, and Sheffield, for the adoption of Measures to counteract the influence of the Governor-general's Proclamation respecting the Gates of Somnauth.—By Captain Polhill, from W. R. Copeland and T. E. Fitzwilliam, for Repeal of the Act affecting Theatrical Entertainments.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Kilmury, Grange Mockler, Gammonsfield, Clonea, Carrick-on-Suir, Carrickbeg, Rathgormack, and Newtown, for altering the Laws between Landlord and Tenant.—By Captain Pechell, and Sir John Easthope, from Leicester, and Mr. Wilson, against the Bankruptcy Act of last Session.—By Mr. Wodehouse, and other Members from Fenny Compton, Kinwarton, and Great Alne, Ross, Watlington, Norwich, Bicester, Hampton Poyle, Banbury Chesterton, Buckwell, Lewknor, Newton-Purcell-cum-Shelswell, Ensham, Tetsworth, Somerton, Rev. John Holland, and others, Goddington, Hirnant, and Charlbury and other places, for Church Extension.—By Mr. Wyndham, from Petworth and Houghton, for the Repeal of the Malt-tax.—By Mr. O. Stanley, from Aylesbury, Portsmouth, and Reading, in favour of the Dogs Bill.—From Paddock, and Longroyd bridge against the Repeal of the Mines and Collieries Act.—From the Hereford Union, for the Repeal of the Registration of Births, &c Act—From Bromyard and Knutsford, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From Maybole, for Settling the Scotch Church Question.—From Barnsley, for Altering the Poor-law Amendment Act.—From the Dublin Protestant Association, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.—From Derby, against the Health of Towns Bill.—By Mr. W. Patten, from Southern Division of the Deanery of Frome, Caerwys, County of Flint, Norwich, Bagillt and Coleshill, Ysceifiog, (Haftin, Hope, Llandyssil, and Cwm, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.