§ BILLS. Public, 1o. District courts and Prisons; Western Australia; Farm Buildings; Parish Constables; Criminal Justice (Middlesex); Loan Societies.
§ 2o. Marriages; Soap Allowances.
§ Reported.—Law Courts (Ireland); Municipal Corporations.
§ 3o. and passed:—Dctatehcd Parts of Counties; Butter and Cheese; Actions for Gaming Discontinuance (No. 2).
§ Private.—o. Ramsden's Estate; Hitchins' (or Peach's) Estate.
§ Reported.—Ayr Bridge (No. 2.)
§ 3o. and passed:—Sudbury Disfranchisement.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Plumptre, from Wells, for increasing the efficiency of the Church of England.—By Mr. Plumptre, from Wells, and Marylebone, for better observance of the Lord's Day.—By Sir W. Codrington, from Wheatenhurst, against Repeal of the Com Laws.—By Viscount Palmerston, from Engravers, for Encouragement of An Unions.—By Mr. Aglionby, from Greenwich, against. Encroachments on the Park.—By Mr. Aglionby, from Admiral Sir E. Codrington, and others, for Amendment of the Law of Merchant Seamen.—By The Solicitor General, from certain parties, respecting Poole Election.—By Mr. Ferrand, from Yorkshire (5), for Repeal of the Poor Law; and by several hon. Members (6), for Amendment of same.—By Mr. Collett, from Athlone, complaining of Opening Letters.—By Mr. Ord, from Newcastle and Carlisle Railway Company, against Railways Bill.—By the Lord Advocate, from Kintyre, for Ameliorating the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).—By Mr. Grogan, from George Mafrath, respecting State Trial (Ireland).