§ MINUTES.] BILLS, Public—1a.Grand Jury Presentment (Ireland).
§ Reported.—Bury, &c., Navigation, and Llanelly Harbour; Sowerby and Soyland Inclosure; Temperance Friendly Society; Caswall's Disability Removal; Piel Pier; Balfour's Estate.
§ 3a. and passed: Birmingham and Gloucester Railway; Thames Lastage and Ballastage; Clarence Railway; Glasgow and Three-Mile House Road; Drumpeller Railway; Maidstone Railway; South Eastern Railway Extension; Liskeard and Caradon Railway; Bristol and Gloucester Railway; Cliffe-cum-Lund Inclosure; Portsea Improvement.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. M. J. O'Connell, from Newry, Ennis, Ratoo, Baleyhige, Killury, and the Diocese of Tuam, against the Irish Poor-law. — By Colonel Conolly, from Innismacsaint, and other places, for altering the Grand Jury Cess Laws.—By Mr. C. Villiers, from Wolverhampton, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—By Mr. Perrand, from Dublin and Cork, for Inquiry into the Treatment of Mr. Oastler, and other Prisoners.—By Messrs. Scholefield, Busfield, Ewart, and C. Round, Ord, Thornely, Williams, M. Philips, Lord Worsley, Admiral Dundas, Colonel Gore Langton, Sir J. Guest, Captain Howard, the Earl of Arundel, Sir R. Lopes, and Dr. Bowring, from a number of places, against the Factories Bill; and by Lord Newry, from three Places, in favour of the same. — By Messrs. Cartwright, Christopher, and Allix, and Lord Worsley, from several places, against the Canada Corn Bill.—By Messrs. C. Villiers, Christie, and M. Philips, and Dr. Bowring, from a number of places for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-laws; and by Mr. Yorke, from several places, against any change in the Corn-laws. —From Chamber of Commerce of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, for Repeal of Duty on the Export of Coal to Foreign Parts.—From same place, for Carrying into Effect, Mr. Rowland Hill's Post Office Alterations.— From same place, in favour of Health of Towns Bill. —By Mr. S. Crawford, from Dunfermline, and certain Individuals, for Universal Suffrage; and Annual Parliaments.—From Coleraine, for the Suppression of Vagrancy—From Darlington, against the Truck system.— From Keighley Union, in favour of the Allotment system. —From the clergy of Norfolk, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor.—From Macroney, Kilworth, and Glanworth, against the Tariff and the changes in the Corn-laws.—From Warwick, and Manchester, for exempting Literary and Scientific Institutions from the Payment of Rates.—From Limerick, for Improving the Shannon Navigation—From Bigg, for Repeal of Duty on Malt.