§ NEW MEMBER SWORN. For Galway County, Thomas John Burke, Esq.
§ PUBLIC BILLS.—2° Newfoundland Government; Burgh Police (Scotland).
§ Reported.—Copyhold Commission; Turnpike Acts Continuance; Loan Societies; Cemeteries Clauses; Police Clauses.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. D'Eyncourt, from Camberwell and Walworth, for Alteration of the Law of Registration of Voters.—By Mr. H. Baillie, from Members of the Presbytery of Inverness, and by Sir G. Clerk, from Dornoch, against the Marriage (Scotland) Bill—By Mr. Christie, from Persons formerly Clergymen of the Established Church of England and Ireland, and from 1246 Protestants of Bridgetown, for Religious Toleration.—By Sir G. Clerk, from the Parish of Stoke Damerel, Devonport, for Inquiry.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Mathias Gaunt, of the Union Steam Mills, Windermere, Van Diemen's Land, respecting Penal Discipline.—By Mr. Newdeglte, from Owners and Occupiers of land in the County of Warwick, in Javour of the Agricultural Tenant-Right Bill.—By several hon. Members, from a great many places, for Regulating the Qualification of Chemists and Druggists.—By several hon. Members, from Catholics of numerous places, for Alteration of the proposed Plan of Education.—By Mr. Ewart and Mr. Smollett, from several places, for Alteration of the Law relating to Exclseable Liquors (Scotland).—By Mr. Watson, from William Cobbett, a Prisoner in the Queen's Bench, for Inquiry respecting the Fees (Court of Chancery).—By Mr. V. Smith, from Commissioners for Paving, Lighting, Cleansing, and Improving the Town of Northampton, against, and from several places, in favour of, the Health of Towns Bill.—By Lord J. Stuart, from Provost, Magistrates, and Town Council of Ayr, and by the Lord Advocate, from Commissioners of Supply for the County of Fife, in favour of the Heritable Securities for Debt (Scotland); Transference of Land (Scotland); Burgage Tenure (Scotland); Service of Heirs (Scotland); and Crown Charters (Scotland) Bills.—By Mr. Brotherton, from Members of the Board of Surveyors of the Highways of Salford, against the Highways Bill.—By Mr. Brown and other hon. Members, from several places, in favour, and for Alteration of, the Medical Registration and Medical Law Amendment Bill.—By Mr. J. Dundas, from Operative Shipwrights of London, and by the Lord Advocate, from Leith, against the Repeal of the Navigation Laws.—By Sir De L. Evans, from John Wild and Barnard Devine, Pensioners, for Inquiry.—By Mr. W. H. Bodkin, from Poor Law Officers, for a Superannuation Fund.—By Lord G. Bentinck, from several places, in favour of the Railways (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Henry Baillie, from Members of the Presbytery of Inverness, against the Registering Births, &c. (Scotland) Bill.—By Sir G. Clerk, from several places, for and against the Registering Births, &c. (Scotland); and Marriage (Scotland) Bills.—By Mr. Brown, from Members of the Liverpool Anti-Slavery Committee, for the Suppression of Slave Markets.