§ BILLS. Public—2°.Municipal Corporations (Ireland).
§ 3°. and passed:—Exchequer Bills; Apprehension of Offenders.
§ Private.—1°. Ross and Cromarty Jurisdiction.
§ 2°. Bury, etc. Navigation, and Llanelly Harbour; Banbridge Road.
§ Reported.—St James's Improvement.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lords M. Hill, Dungannon, Howick, Stanley, Dalmeny, Duncan, Worsley, Ebrington, J. Manners, J. Russell, and Palmerston, Sirs G. Strickland, M. Wood, G. Staunton, Barron, J. Hanmer, J. Duke, G. Grey, T. Wilde, R. Philips, J. Graham, and H. Fleetwood, Colonel Sibthorp, Captain Berkeley, Colonel Powell, Captain Vivian, Colonel G. Langton, the Earl of Arundel, Dr. Bowring, Captains Pechell, and Howard, Colonel Fox, Captain Douglas, Colonel Wood, and Messrs. Evans, Trelawny, Tancred, A. Chapman, Bailey, Wawn, Halted, Ogle, Marsland, Thornely, Currie, Christie, Plumptre, Brotherton, W. Williams, Brownrigg, R. Walker, R. Yorke, Townley, C. Berkeley, Mundy, Pendarves, Barnard, Rice, Buckley, Crasswell, Curteis, S. Crawford, Turner, B. Smith, Marjoribanks, Ord, Blewitt, Gisborne, Busfeild, H. Lambton, Bowes, Ramsbottom, Hardy, Cobdon, A. Smith, Aldam, Hollond, H. Berkeley, T. Duncombe, Fortter, H. Seymour, Gill, V. Smith, D, Barclay, Hutt, Horsman, Wodehouse, Cartwright, S. Wortley, Attwood, P. Maule, Howard, Astell, Hawes, B. Wood, Childers, B. Clive, Ewart, B. Baring, Protheroe, Scholefield, Beckett, G. W. Wood, Hogg, Dickinson, Cardwell, Elphinstone, Brocklehurst; Fielden, Hume, Martin, Villiers, Ricardo, Hindley, G. Berkeley, and Tufnell, from an extraordinary grant number of places, against the Factories Bill.—By Sir J. Graham, Sir R. H. Inglis, Lord Sandon, and Mr. Liddell, from fifteen Places, in favour of the same; and from two Places for inquiry into the manner of getting signatures to the Petitions against the Factories Bill.—From Little Bolton, Alcester, Bowling, Sunderland, Bury, Buxton, Clapham, Marsh, and Ossett, for Limiting the Hours of Labour.—From Clogheen Union, and Tipperary, against the Irish Poor-law.—From Tipperary, against the System of Night-work among Bakers.—From Wirral, for Amending the Parochial Assessment Act—From thirty places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn and Provision Laws.—From Ashford, for the same and for Lowering the Duty upon Sugar.—From Castle Donington against any' further Grant to Maynooth College.—From Milton, for the Repeal of the Beer Act—From Dublin, for the more Equal Applotment of the Rates levied in that city.—From Waterford, against the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Bill.—From Warrington, for Medical Reform.—From Dublin, against transferring the Mail Coach Contract from Ireland to Scotland.—By Sergeant Murphy, from Cork, for the Repeal of the Union.—From Redruth, against portions of the American treaty.—From Finsbury, against the Repeal of the Mines and Collieries Act—From Winchcomb, and St. Mathew's, Bethnall' Green, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From Chorley, against the Ecclesiastical Courts Bill.—From Beverley, against the Bankruptcy Act.