§ BILLS. Public.—Reported.—Property Tax; Consolidated Fund (8,000,000l.).
§ Private.—1°. West of London and Westminster Cemetery Company; Bridgeton Municipal and Police; Edinburgh and Hawick Railway; North British Railway.
§ 2°. Manchester and Salford Waterworks; Bradford Gas; Scarborough Water; Scottish Central Railway; Surrey and Sussex Roads (Sunday Toll); Forth and Clyde Navigation; Lynn and Ely Railway; Ulster Railway Extension; Cambridge and Lincoln Railway; York and North Midland Railway (Goole Branch); Southampton Docks; Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway; Oxford and Rugby Railway; Newcastle and Berwick Railway; West Cornwall Railway; Eastern Counties Railway (Cambridge and Huntingdon Line); Fisher Lane (Greenwich) Improvement; Belfast and Ballymena Railway.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Captain Meynell, and Mr. Shaw, from a great number of places in Ireland, for Encouragement to Church Education Society.—By Colonel Lowther, from Appleby, for better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Alderman Copeland, from Penkhull, and by Mr. Fox Maule, from General Assembly of the Free Church of Scotland, against any further Grant to College of Maynooth.—By Mr. Goulburn, from Hastings, for Amendment of Law relating to Rating of Tithes; from University of Cambridge, against Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Lord H. Vane, from Committee of Auxiliary Anti-Slavery Society (Darlington), against Importation into Colonies of Hill Coolies.—By Mr. Bankes, Mr. Cartwright, Sir H. Halford, and Mr. Maunsell, from Landowners and others, of Dorchester, and several other places, for Agricultural Relief from Taxation.—By Sir H. Halford, from Solicitors and others, of Leicester, for Repeal of the Stamp Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Trotter, from Landowners and others, of Farnham, and by Mr. Abel Smith, from Maltsters of Ware, for Repeal of Malt Duty.—By Sir James Duke, from Merchants and others, of Boston (Lincolnshire), and by Mr. Osborne, from Chipping Wycombe, against Renewal of Property Tax.—By Mr. Cowper, from Labouring Men of Ashley, in favour of the Allotment System.—By Mr. Cholmondeley, Mr. Hughes, Sir W. W. Wynn, and Mr. W. Wynn, from several places in Wales, in favour of the County Courts Bill (1844).—By Mr. Greene, from Josiah Isles Wathen, of Bedford-square, for Production of Papers.—By Mr. Bright, from Reading, against Increase to Naval and Military Establishments.—By Lord Ashley, from Females of Downham Market, for Alteration of Law relating to Promiscuous Intercourse.—By Mr. Brotherton, Mr. P. Carew, Mr. Ewart, Mr. Hughes, Mr. Mitcalfe, Mr. Morrison, Mr. Strutt, and Mr. Walker, from a great number of places, for Diminishing the Number of Public Houses.—By Mr. Wawn, from South Shields, for Alteration of Law relating to Railways.—By Sir G. Clerk, from Edinburgh, Mr. Forbes Mackenzie, from Dunblane, and by Mr. Hume, from Brechin, for Improving the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).—By Mr. Ald. Humphery, from Inhabitants of St. Saviour, Southwark, for Abolition of Tolls on Waterloo and other Bridges.