§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1° Master in Chancery; Masters in Chancery Affidavit Office; Canada Consolidated Revenue Fund.
§ 2° Print Works; Fishery Piers and Harbours (Ireland); Naval Mutiny.
§ Reported.—Tithes Commutation; Threatening Letters, &C.
§ 3° and passed:—Corn, &c. Importation.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir De L. Evans, from John Savage, of No. 21, Old Compton Street, Soho, London, for Limiting the Time for Polls at Elections.—By Mr. T. Mackenzie, from Commissioners of Supply of the County of Cromarty.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Persons assembled in Exeter Hall, London, May 24, 1847, against the Use of Grain in Breweries and Distilleries.—By Mr. Stansfield, from Merchants and Tradesmen of Huddersfield, for One Penny Stamp Receipts.—By Mr. Callaghan, from Distillers of Cork, respecting the System of Bonding Spirits.—By Mr. Bond Cabbell, from Owners and Occupiers of Land in the County of Northumberland, in favour of the Agricultural Tenant-Right Bill.—By Sir G. Grey, from a great many places, for Regulating the Qualification of Chemists and Druggists.—By Mr. S. Crawford, from the County of Cork, suggesting Measures of Relief for Ireland.—By the Earl of Arundel and Surrey and other hon. Members, from Catholics of several places, for Alteration of the proposed Plan of Education.—By Mr. Brotherton and Lord J. Manners, from Fustian Cutters of Salford and Manchester, for the Regulation of that Trade.—By Mr. Morris and other hon. Members, from several places, in favour of the Health of Towns Bill.—By Mr. Mangles and other hon. Members, from several places, for and against the Medical Registration and Medical Law Amendment Bill.—By Sir J. East, from Winchester, for the Suppression of Promiscuous Intercourse.—By Mr. Hudson and other hon. Members, from several places, against, and by Mr. Strutt, from Derby, in favour of, the Railways (No. 2) Bill.—By several hon. Members, from a great many places, in favour of the Railways (Ireland) (No. 2) Bill.—By Mr. T. Mackenzie, from Commissioners of Supply of the County of Cromarty, against the Registering Births, &c. (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. J. Oswald, from Members of the East India Association of Glasgow, against laying the Burden on the Revenue for the Relief of Ireland.