§ NEW WRITS ORDERED.—For Ripon in the room of Thomas Pemberton, Esq. Steward of the Chiltern Hundreds.—For Cambridge Borough, in the room of Sir A. C. Grant, Bart. Steward of Poynings.
§ NEW MEMBERS SWORN.—Charles Newdigate Newdigate, Esq., for Warwick County (Northern Division).—James Matheson, Esq., for Ashburton.
§ BILLS. Public—l° Mutiny; Marine Mutiny.
§ 2°. Pawnbrokers Trade (Ireland).
§ Private—1°. Bardney, etc. Drainage; Aberdeen Harbour; St. Helens Waterworks; Eglwysehos, etc. Inclosure; Liverpool Fire Prevention; Glasgow and Three-Mile-House Road; Leeds Gas; Mildenhall Drainage; Edinburgh and Glasgow Union Canal.
§ 2°. Carmarthen Markets; Glasgow City and Suburban Gas; Grafton Inclosure; Imperial Continental Gas; Cromford and Belper Road; Lady Fleetwood's Naturalization; Samwells name; Sheffield, Ashton-under-Line and Manchester Railway; Brighton and Hove Gas; London and Brighton Railway.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Dugdale, Mr. Holmes and Mr. Stuart Wortley, from Birmingham, Salop, Coventry, Weldon Wentnor, Heptonshall, and Northumberland, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Colonel Sibthorpe and Mr. Escott, from Portsmouth, Maryport, York, Lincoln, Brecon, Glouces- 745 ter, and Lichfield, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill, By Sir G. Staunton, from Havant, Bath, Winchester, and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, against Dog Carts.—By Sir D. Norreys, and Mr. F. French, from Tybohan, Elphin and Doneraili, for the Repeal of the Irish Poor-law Act—By Mr. S. Crawford, from Felling, Harwich, and Rochdale, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Com and Provision Laws.— By Mr. Plumtree, from the Isle of Thanet, Easingwold, Crickhowell and East Ashford, for the Repeal of the Births, Deaths, and Marriages Registration Act.—From Artagh, and Pohahan, in favour of the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.—From Norwich, against a Part of the American Treaty.—From Wigtown, for Relief to School masters in Scotland.—From Bandon, Brinny, and Desert-more for Inquiry into the working of the New Poor-law. —From John B. Buckstone, for the Repeal of an Act concerning Theatrical Entertainments.—From Coventry, and Abdon, for Church Extension.—From Birmingham, for Provision for Chaplains to Colonial Bishops.