§ NEW MEMBER SWORN.—For Wilts (Southern Division), Right Hon. Sidney Herbert.
§ BILLS. Public.—1°. Parochial Settlement.
§ 2°. Constables (Scotland).
§ Private.—1°. Greenwich Colliery Railway.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Viscount Sandon, from Inhabitants of British Guiana, for a Reduction of Duty on Sugar and other articles, the Produce of that Colony.—By Mr. Chute, from Landowners, Agricultural Labourers, and others, of several Parishes in the County of Norfolk, for Repeal of the Malt Duty.—By Mr. Macaulay, from Paper Manufacturers, against the Paper Duty.—By Mr. C. Russell, from Grocers of Reading, for time to sell out their present Stock of Sugar.—By Viscount Duncan, from Bath, against the Window Duty.—By Mr. Macaulay, from Edinburgh, against Alteration of Law of Banking (Scotland).—By Mr. Serjeant Murphy, from Cork, against the Charitable Donations and Bequests Act (Ireland).—By Mr. P. Scrope, from Tradesmen and others, of the County of Gloucester, against the Insolvent Debtors Act—By Mr. Broadley, from Merchants and others, of Kingston-upon-Hull, against the Insolvent Debtors Act.—By Mr. Bramston, from Physicians and others, of the County of Essex, Mr. Fitzroy Kelly, from Cambridge, Mr. Ord, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and by Sir J. Trollope, from Thomas Cammack, M.D. and others, of Spalding, against the Medical Practice Bill (1844).—By Mr. S. O'Brien, from Wellingborough Peace Society, and by Mr. Phillpotts, from Gloucester, against Increase to Naval and Military Establishments.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Stanislaus Worcell, and Charles Stolzman, for Post Office Inquiry.—By Mr. Bright, from Carnarvon, and North Elmham, for diminishing the number of Public Houses.—By Sir G. Clerk, from Presbytery of St Andrew's, for Improving the Condition of Scotch Schoolmasters.