§ BILLS. Private—1°. Balfour's Estate.
§ Reported—Maidstone Railway; Glasgow and Three Mile House Road.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. W. Mackinnon, from Derby, and two Metropolitan Districts, in favour of the Health of Towns BillBy Lord R. Grosvenor, fromChester, for Amending the Bankruptcy Act.—By Mr. Pusey, from Chelmsford, and other places, against the Canada Corn Bill.—By Mr. Hardy, from Oakenshaw, in favour of the Factories Bill; and by Lord Clive, and Messrs. Greene, and Tufnell, from forty-four places, against the same.—By Dr. Bowring, Sir G. Grey, Lord C. Manners, Colonel Fox, Sir B. Hall, and Messrs. Hume, J. Ponsonby, Villiers, Cobden, Ricardo, Busfeild, Ward, S. Crawford, Wallace, B. Smith, Aglionby, Strutt, Brotherton, and Thornely, from an immense number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of all Corn and Provision Laws.—From Belfast, Tralee, and Elphin, against the Irish Poor-law—By Lord M. Hill, from the Western Division of Surrey, for a Fixed Duty on CornFromWem, for further Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories. — From Keswick, against Altering the Law relating to Lost Time—From Ashby-de-la-Zouch, and seven other places, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From George Cobb, and Thomas Trotter, against the Players of Interludes Bill.—From Carrigeen, Killenaule, and Moy glass, for Alteration of Law relating to Landlord and 101 Tenant (Ireland).—From Dursy island, for Exemption from County Cess (Ireland).—From Tydavnet, Water ford, and Bruff, for Repeal of the Union (Ireland).— From Bradford, for the Establishment of Home Colonies. —From John Dalton, for Exemption of Literary Institutions from all Taxes—From Chichester, for Inquiry into the Medical Profession.—From Berriew and Suffolk, for Church Extension.