§ BILLS.Public—2° Pines and Penalties (Ireland); Copyhold and Customary Tenure.
§ Private.—1° Londonderry Bridge; Hawkins's Estate.
§ Reported. — Haddenham Inclosure; Belfast Harbour; Southampton Cemetery; Bannbridge Roads (No. 2); Millbank Prison.
§ 3° and passed: Bethnal-green Improvement; Walton-on-the-Hill Rectory Forth Navigation.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Strutt, and Mr. Ord, from six places, for Post Office Reform, and the Carrying put of Rowland Hill's Plan.—By the Earl of March, Mr. Cartwright, Mr. R. Palmer, Mr. Acland, and Mr. W. Heathcote, and Sir J. Trollope, Lord Charles Manners, and Lord Alford, from a number of places, against the Canada Corn Bill.—By Lord Dalmeny, Captain Berkeley, Colonel Core Langton, Colonel Rushbrooke, Dr. Bowring, General Johnson, Sir W. Clay, and Messrs. Hume, Ewart, Gisborne, Duncan, T, Duncombe, R. Yorke, Bowes, Tancred, Marsland, Ord, and Hindley, from a great number of places, against, the Factories Bill; and by Lord Henniker, and Mr. G. Baker, from Weymouth, and Suffolk, in favour of the Same,—From Huddersfield, for further Limiting the Hours of Labour.—By Mr. Marsland, from Stockport, Bedford, etc., against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—By Messrs. Bowes, Brotherton, and Hume, from a great number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-laws.—By Messrs. Forster, and Trelawney, from Berwick-upon-Tweed, for Reforming the Merchant Seamen's Fund.—By Viscount Bernard, and Mr. E. Tennent from Belfast, and Cork, against, and by Sir H. Barron, from Waterford, for, the Repeal of the Legislative Union.—By Captain Polhill, from Keswick, against the Turnpike Roads Bill.—.By Mr. Muntz, from one Richard Gathorne Butt, for relief from Unjust Imprisonment.—By Sir D. Norreys, from Belfast, Limerick, and other places, for Amending the Irish Poor-law.—From Glastonbury, and Yeovil, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor—From the Diocese of Clogher, for Amending the Tithe Composition, and Poor Relief (Ireland) Acts.—From Radnor and Presteign, for the Repeal of the Income Tax,—From Thomas Lott, for Amending the Law of Debtor and Creditor—From Shrewsbury, and East Retford, for Amending the Bankruptcy Act.— From Waterford, against the Irish Corporations Act.— From Skipton, and Durham, in favour of the Waste Lands Allotment System,—From Roseneath, for settling the Scotch Question.—From St, Leonard's Shoreditch, 573 against the Metropolitan Buildings Bill.—From William Beeston, for Inquiry into the Army Accounts —From Dublin Pawnbrokers, for Compensation. From Burp-ham, for the Repeal of the Malt-tax—From Docking for rating the Owners of Small Tenements instead of the Occupiers.—From Grand Jury of County of Donegal, for Inquiry into Conduct of Poor-law Commissioners.