§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hutt, from Gateshead, for Removal of Jewish Disabilities. — By Viscount Clive, from Parish of Tremeirchion, county of Flint, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Mr. Hawes, from Anti-Slavery Society, for Encouragement of Free-Labour Produce. — By Mr. Darby, Lord Alfred Hervey, and Colonel Wyndham, from 3 places in the County of Sussex, for Agricultural Relief from Taxation.—By Colonel Sibthorp, from Attorneys and others, of Stamford, for Repeal of the Stamp Duties on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Stuart Wortley, from Coal Proprietors of Yorkshire, for Repeal of Export Duty on Coals.—By Mr. G. Craig, and Mr. Macaulay, from Paper Manufacturers and others, of Edinburgh, against the Duty on Paper. — By Mr. T. Duncombe, from James Clark, of Chepstow, complaining of decision of Local Commissioners relating to the Property Tax.—By Mr. Mitchell, from Soap Manufacturers, against the Duty on Soap,—By Mr. Roebuck, from Metropolitan Builders, and by Mr. T. Duncombe, from Clerkenwell, against the Window Duty.—By Mr. Manners Sutton, from Cambridge, against the present Poor Laws. — By Colonel Sibthorp, from Lincoln, against the Insolvent Debtors Act.—By Mr. C. Russell, from Physicians and others, of Reading, by Mr. S. Crawford, from Rochdale, Mr. Wakley, from General Medical Practitioners, Mr. Barclay, from Sunderland, Mr. Dodd, from Maidstone, Sir J. Hanmer, from Kingston-upon-Hull, Mr. W. Patten, from Ulverston, and Colonel Rolleston, from Nottingham, against the Medical Practice Bill (1844).—By Mr. Bright from Durham, and Mr. Sanderson, from Colchester, against Increase of Naval and Military Establish- 454 ments.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Joseph Masaini, for Inquiry into the Post-Office.—By Mr. Bright, from County of Lincoln, for diminishing the number of Public Houses.—By Mr. Hawes, from British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society, for the Abolition of Slavery.