§ MINUTES.] BILLS. Private,—2°. Hawkins's Estate. Reported. — Argyllshire Roads; Chalgrove Inclosure; Eglwysrhos, etc. Inclosure; Topsham improvement; 939 Leighton Bussard Inclosure; Saltcoats Harbour; Ken tish Town Paving; Liverpool Watering; Southampton Cemetery; Anderston Improvement and Police.
§ 3a and passed: — Bannbridge Road (No. 2); Glasgow Marine Insurance.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Messrs. B. Hawes, Ewart, W. O. Stanley, R. Yorke, Ward, G. Berkeley, B. Smith, Standish, Busfeild, Leader, W. Cowper, Aldam, Barnard, M. Philips, Thornely, T. D'Eyncourt, J. Jervis, Evans, Villiers, S. Crawford, Cobden, P. Howard, P. Scropo, Tufnell, and G. Byng, Sirs G. Grey, G. Strickland, J. Duke, G. Staunton, and B. Hall, Lords Duncan, Arundel, R. Grosvenor, and Listowell, the Lord Mayor, Captain Pechell, Colonel Wood, and Colonel Paget, from an enormous number of places, against the Factories Bill; and by Mr. S. Wortley, from ten places, in favour of the same.—By Messrs. Bennett, and Neeld, and Sir John Tyrell, from fifteen places, against the Canada Corn Bill.—By Mr. Hutt, and other hon. Members, from a number of places, for the Total and Immediate Repeal of the Corn-laws, — From Newcastle, for carrying out Rowland Hill's Plan of Post-Office Reform—From six places, against the Union of the Sees of St. Asaph and Bangor—From York, for a measure to compel the Payment of Church Rates. — From Lambeth, for the Redemption of the Bridge Tolls.—From Tomregan, against any further Grant to Maynooth College; and for Education in Ireland. — From Bailinasloe, for Encouraging the Church Education Society's Schools. — From Sack-ville Walter Lane Fox, Esq. M.P., against the County Courts Bill.—From the Bakers of Waterford, against Night-Work.