§ PUBLIC BILLS.—2° Railways (Ireland, No. 2); Polling at Elections (Ireland); Post Office; Shannon Navigation; Bankruptcy and Insolvency.
§ Reported.—Master in Chancery; Print Works; Militia Ballots Suspension; Joint Stock Companies; Naval Mutiny.
§ 3° and passed; Drainage of Lands (Scotland).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hume, from the Literary Institute, John Street, London, for the Adoption of Universal Suffrage, &c.—By Mr. Bateson, from the Members of the Presbyterian Congregation of Myroe, Londonderry, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Hutt, from the Colonists of South Australia, respecting Waste Lands in South Australia.—By Mr. Prime, from Owners of Land, and others, in Sussex, for Repeal of Malt Duty.—By Mr. Bouverie, from the Committee of Merchants, and others, of London, respecting the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act.—By Mr. Watson, from the Sufferers on account of the Seizure of their Ships by the Danes in the year 1807, for Liquidation of their Claims.—By Mr. G. Hamilton, from Dublin, for Inquiry into the Dublin Mendicity Institution.—By Mr. Bowes, and several hon. Members, from Durham, and other places, for an Alteration of the proposed Government Plan of Education.— By Mr. T. Duncombe, from the Fustian Cutters of Cadishead, for Regulating the Fustian Cutting Trade—By Captain Pechell, from the Medical Men in Sussex, in favour of the Health of Towns Bill. —By Mr. Watson, from William Gustard, Old Kent Road, co. Surrey, and Charles Smith, Burton Crescent, Co. Middlesex, against the Insolvent Debtors Bill.—By Mr. Blake, from Galway, in favour of Medical Registration and Medical Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. Sotheron, from Relieving Officers, and others, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By the Earl of Shelburne, from Calne (Wilts), for the Repeal or Alteration of the Poor Removal Act.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from Aberdeen, for Withdrawal of Armament in Portugal.—By Mr. J. O'Brien, from Limerick, and other places, in favour of Railways (Ireland, No. 2) Hill.— By Mr. J. H. Monahan, from Cashel, for Provision of Railways (Ireland, No. 2) Bill.