§ MINUTES. NEW MEMBER SWORN.—Right Hon. Thomas Berry Cusack Smith, for Ripon.
§ Private.—1°. Sutherland Roads; Holbeath and Lochgelly Railway; Burry, etc. Navigation; Saltcoats Harbour; Haddenham Inclosure; Deptford Poor and Improvement; Tay Ferries,
§ Reported.—Cardigan Market; Lancaster Lunatic Asylum.
§ 3°. and passed;—Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal; Newcastle and Darlington Junction Railway; Liverpool Gas.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTND. By Sir H. Fleetwood, Messrs. Ewart, Brotherton, and G. W. Wood, and Dr. Bowring, from Preston, Prescott, Higham, Billington, Burnley, Levens, Helsington, Casterton, Barbon, Middleton, Pres ton Richard, Farleton, Huttonroof, Hincaster, Under barrow and Bradleyfield, Nethergraveship, Killington, Lambrigg, Docker, Hawkshead, Natland, Old Hutton, New Hutton, Scalthwaite Higg, Crook, Claife, Bowness, Undermillbeck, and Greyregg, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws.—By Lord Duncan, from Bath, against portions of the American Treaty.—By Mr. R. Trevor, from Llandovery, for Amend. of Bankruptcy Act.—By Sir R. Inglis, from Oxford, Ax-bridge, and Dunster, for Church Extension, and from Bath, against the Abolition of Church Rates.—By Mr. S. Wortley, from Tower Hamlets, and some London Parishes, in favour of the Health of Towns Bill.—By Mr. G. Knight, from Lambeth, for Redemption of the Tolls on the Bridges in the Metropolis.—By Sir, W. Clay, from Hackney, against the Education Clauses in the Factory Bill.—By the Chancellor of the Exchequer, from Lewes, for Amending the Parochial Assessment Act.—By Mr. Christopher, from Gainsburgh, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From Aylesbury, in favour of the Dogs Bill.—From Ennis, Lower Creggan, and Inno shannon, against the Irish Poor-law.—From Samuel Gordon, for holding the next Session of Parliament in Dublin.—From Tenterden, Berks, Godstone, North Droxford, and Rochester, against Union of Sees of Bangor and St. Asaph.