§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1° Joint Stock Companies. 2° Public Health; Passengers.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Adair, from Ipswich, for the Adoption of Universal Suffrage.—By several Hon. Members, from various places, for and against the Jewish Disabilities Bill, and against the Roman Catholic Relief Bill—By Mr. G. Hamilton, from Westmeath, against the Diplomatic Relations with the Court of Rome Bill.—By the Earl of Arundel and Surrey, from several places, against the Roman Catholic Charitable Trusts Bill.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, from several places, complaining of the Conduct of the Roman Catholic Clergy (Ireland)—By Mr. Loch, from Wick, for Alteration of Law respecting Sites for Churches (Scotland).—By Sir De L. Evans, from Westminster, for Inquiry into the Case of the Rajah of Sattara.—By Viscount Brackley, and other Hon. Members, from several places, for Repeal of Duty on Attor 987 neys' Certificates.—By Mr. Clay, from Hull, and Mr. A. Hastie, from Paisley, for Reduction of the Duty on Tea.—By Mr. Deedes, from Faversham, and Mr. Gladstone, from Oxford, for Repeal of the Window Duty.—By Sir E. Buxton, from Cadogan Williams, for Alteration of Law respecting Annuities.—By Mr. Waddington, from Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Manchester Unity, of Waltham Abbey, for Extension of the Benefit Societies Act.—By Viscount Newry and Morne, from Newry, respecting the Bonding of British Spirits.—By Mr. M. J. O'Connell, from Kilmore, for Relief of Distress (Ireland).—By Captain Jones, from Armagh, for Encouragement to Schools in Connexion with the Church Education Society (Ireland).—By Captain Berkeley, from Gloucester, and Mr. Langston, from Oxford, for Sanitary Regulations.—By Mr. M. J. O'Connell, from Kerry, for Alteration of Law of Landlord and Tenant.—By Mr. Cobden, and other Hon. Members, from several places, for Retrenchment of Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Mr. Clay, from Hull Chamber of Commerce, against Repeal of the Navigation Laws.—From Louth, for Alteration of Poor Law (Ireland).—By Mr. G. Hamilton, from Tuam, for Alteration of Poor Law (Ireland) relating to Clerical Incomes.—By Lord E. Bruce, from Poor Law Officers of several Places, for a Superannuation Fund.—By Mr. Hume, from Forfar, for Alteration of Law regulating Prisons (Scotland); and by Mr. Bouverie, from Kilmarnock, for Inquiry concerning the same, and for Consideration of Turnpike Trusts.