§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1° Appeals in Criminal Cases. 2° Landed Property (Ireland).
§ Reported.—Consolidated Fund (8,0 00,000l.).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Beresford, and other hon. Members, from several Places, against, and by Sir John Guest, and other hon. Members, from several Places, in favour of, the Jewish Disabilities Bill.—By Mr. Devereux, from Haverfordwest, and by Sir W. Moles-worth, from Lambeth and Southwark, against the Roman Catholic Charitable Trusts Bill.—By Sir R. H. Inglis, and other hon. Members, from several Places, against the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By Sir W. Molesworth, from Southwark, for Inquiry respecting the Rajah of Sattara.—By Mr. Hume, from British Guiana, to take into Consideration the State of the West India Colonies.—By Colonel Anson, and other hon. Members, from several Places, for Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. M'Gregor, from Glasgow, for Inquiry into the Excise Laws.—By Captain Berkeley, and other hon. Members, from several Places, against the Continuance of the Property Tax.—By Lord James Stuart, from Ayrshire, for an Alteration of the Banking Law.—By Lord Robert Grosvenor, from Thomas Bainard Chappell, of No. 1, Farm Street, Berkeley Square, Westminster, for Compensation (Courts of Special and Petty 1333 Sessions Bill.—By Mr. Grogan, from Wexford, for Encouragement to Schools in Connexion with the Church Education Society (Ireland).—By Mr. Cockburn, from Southampton, for Abolition of Grand Juries.—By Sir William Clay, from Bethnal Green, and Mr. Wood, from Oxford, for Sanitary Regulations.—By Mr. Sharman Crawford, from Kildare, for an Alteration of the Law of Landlord and Tenant.—By Sir Edward Buxton, and other hon. Members, from several Places, for Retrenchment of the Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Mr. Pole Carew, from Cornwall, against a Repeal of the Navigation Laws.—By Sir Robert Ferguson, from Londonderry, against the Passengers' Bill.—By Mr. Moody, from Wellington (Somerset), and by Mr. Osman Ricardo, from Worcester, for an Alteration of the Poor Law.—By Mr. Charles Howard, from the Clerks, Masters, and Matrons of several Workhouses, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Lord James Stuart, from Irvine, for an Extension of the System of Postage.—By Sir H. F. Davie, from Haddington, and by Lord J. Stuart, from Ayr, for an Alteration of the Law of Prisons (Scotland).—By Sir Edward Buxton, from Halstead (Essex), for Abolition of the Punishment of Death.—By Mr. Cobden, from Brixton (Surrey), for Inquiry into the State of the Nation.—By Lord James Stuart, from Irvine, for Inquiry respecting Turnpike Roads, &c. (Scotland).—By Mr. Clay, and other hon. Members, from several Places, for Referring War Disputes to Arbitration.