§ BILLS. Public.—2°. Turnpike Roads.
§ Reported.—Slave Trade Abolition (Bolivia); Slave Trade
§ Abolition (Uraguay); Slave Trade Suppression (Texas).
§ Private.—2°. Dundee Harbour; Piel Pier; Inchbelly Road; South Eastern Railway; Monkland and Kirkintilloch Railway.
§ Reported.—Ipswich Docks; Carmarthen Markets; Chepstow Water; Sheffield, Ashton-under-Line,and Manchester Railway.
§ 3a. and passed:—Lancaster Lunatic Assylum; Cocker-mouth Roads.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Busfield, Mr. Brotherton, Mr. W. Evans, Mr. G. W. Wood, Mr. Ewart, and Mr. Cobden, from Sutton-in-Craven, Manchester, Wigan, Nottingham, Kendal, Skipton, Bingley, and Bradford, against the Factories Bill.—By Messrs. Brotherton, and Cobden, from Leigh, Tyldesley, Lowton, Annan, Cleckheaton, Win week, Sahden, J. B. Scott and Family, Enoch Bowker, Thomas Dover and Family, Hamilton, and Lauderdale, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws.—By Mr. Stafford O'Brien, from Croom, Adare, and Rathkeale, against the Irish Poor-law.—By Mr. M. Attwood, from Whitehaven, against Portions of the American Treaty.— By Mr. Brotherton, from Dublin, against the Opium Trade.— From Middlesmoor, Copt Newick, Bridge Newick, Sharon, Hutton Conyers, Ramsgill, Ripon, Bewerly, and Bishop Thornton, for Church Extension.—From the Collieries of Oxenford, and Clackmannan, for the Repeal of the Mines and Collieries Act.—From A. E. Saunders, (Bath) for Redress From the Hay Union, against the New Poor-law.—From the Bakers of Londonderry, for Regulating their Hours of Labour.— From Trecastle, Builth and Talgarth, against the Ecclesiastical Courts' Bill.