§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Captain Pechell, from Sussex, for the Abolition of Church Rates.—By Mr. Bell, and other hon. Members, against the Jewish Disabilities Bill.—By Mr. Beckett, and several hon. Mem- 802 bers, from a great number of places, in favour of the Jewish Disabilities Bill.—By Mr. Law, and Mr. Rufford, against, and by Mr. Blewitt, and other hon. Members, in favour of, the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By Sir J. M'Taggart, from Wigtown, for Alteration of the Law of Sites for Churches (Scotland).—By Mr. Hume, from Shoreditch, against the Sunday Trading Bill (1846).—By Mr. Headlam, from a great number of places, for the Repeal of Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—From Paisley, against the Resumption of the Corn Laws.—By Mr. Hume, from Montrose, for Inquiry into the Excise Laws.—By Mr. Robinson, from Poole, for Rating Owners instead of Occupiers of Tenements.—By Mr. Beckett, and other hon. Members, from several places, for Reduction of Duty on Tea.—By Mr. W. Heneage, and other hon. Members, from various places, for Repeal of Duty on Windows.—By Mr. M'Gregor, from Glasgow, for Repeal of Duty on Class Room Windows—By Mr. Herries, from Liverpool, for Repeal or Alteration of the Bank of England Charter Act.—By Mr. Forbes, from Stirling, for Repeal or Alteration of the Bank of England Charter Act, and Banking (Scotland) Act.—By Mr. Pilkington, from Members of the Royal Prince Albert Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity, for Extension of the Benefit Societies Act.—By Lord Dudley Stuart, from the Literary and Scientific Institution, John Street, Tottenham Court Road, respecting Mr. Robert Owen.—By Mr. Cobden, from Singapore, for Alteration of Law respecting Constables and Peace Officers (India).—By Mr. Cardwell, from Liverpool, respecting Fees in the Court of Chancery.—By Mr. Repton, from Hertford, for the Suppression of Dog Carts.—From R. E. Johnson, 20, Austin Friars, London, for Production of Papers respecting the Dover and Deal Railway Bill (1846).—By Mr. W. Miles, from Bath and Wells, for Alteration of Law of Education.—By Mr. Maxwell, from Cavan, for Encouragement to Schools in Connexion with the Church Education Society (Ireland).—By Mr. Busfeild, from Bradford, and Viscount Ingestre, from the Smethwick Temperance Society, for Sanitary Regulations.—By Viscount Ingestre, from J. R. Burton, Captain in Her Majesty's Royal Navy, respecting the State of our National Defences.—By Mr. Beckett, and other hon. Members, from several places, for Retrenchment in the Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Mr. Dodd, from Relieving Officers, &c., for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Sir J. M'Taggart, from Wigtown, for Alteration of Law of Prisons (Scotland).—By Lord Nugent, from Shropshire, for Abolition of Punishment of Death.—By the Earl of Lincoln, from Lanark, for Inquiry respecting Turnpike Roads, &c. (Scotland).—By Mr. Brotherton, and other hon. Members from various places, for referring War Disputes to Arbitration.