§ NEW MEMBERS SWORN.—For Devices, James Bucknall Bucknall Estcourt, Esq.—For Dublin University, Joseph Napier, Esq.
§ PUBLIC BILLS.—2° Joint Stock Companies.
§ 3° and passed, Consolidated Fund (8,000,000).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Captain Archdall, and other hon. Members, from several Places, against, and by Mr. Mowatt, from Cornwall, in Favour of, the Jewish Disabilities Bill.—By Mr. Goulburn, from Lambeth, for a Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—From Clonmel, for the Abolition of Ministers' Money (Ireland).—By Mr. H. E. Adair, from Ipswich, and by Mr. Colvile, from Derby, against the Roman Catholic Charitable Trusts Bill.—By Sir Henry Halford, from Derby, and by Mr. Walker Heneage, from Devizes, complaining of the Conduct of the Roman Catholic Clergy (Ireland).—By Mr. Colvile, from Derby, against the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By Mr. G. S. Duff, from Elgin, for an Alteration of the Law respecting Sites for Churches (Scotland).—By Mr. Muntz, from Birmingham, against the Present Scheme of Emigration (Africa).—By Mr. Goulburn, from Jamaica, to take into Consideration the State of the West India Colonies.—By Mr. Roundell Palmer, from Plymouth, and by Mr. Campbell Renton, from Berwick-upon-Tweed, for a Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Hume, from Forfarshire, for Inquiry into the Excise Laws.—By Mr. Keppel Coke, from Norfolk, and Mr. Pinney, from Wells, for Inquiry respecting Malt.—By Mr. Bright, from John Templer, of Lymington, Hants, for an Alteration of the Probate and Legacy Duties.—By Mr. Beckett, and other hon. Members, from a great number of Places, against a Continuation of the Property Tax By Sir Joshua Walmsley, from Leicester, and from Clonmel, for a Reduction of Duty on Tea.—By Mr. Robert Palmer, from Newbury, for a Repeal of the Duty on Windows.—By Mr. Hume, from Montrose, for a Repeal or Alteration of the Bank of England Charter Act, and Banking (Scotland) Act.—From several Lodges of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, for an Extension of the Benefit Societies Act.—By Captain Villiers, from Dorset, and by Mr. Colvile, from Derby, against the Diplomatic Relations with the Court of Rome Bill.—By Mr. Dunne, from Queen's County, for Encouragement to Schools in Connexion with the Church Education Society (Ireland).—By Mr. Elliott, from Hawick, for an Alteration of the Law of Entailed Estates (Scotland). By Mr. Wakley, from the Gloucestershire Medical Association, for Reform in the Medical Profession.—By Mr. Scully, from Clonmel, for an Alteration of the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act.—By Mr. Hugh Edward Adair, and other hon. Members, from several Places, for Retrenchment of the Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Mr. Cardwell, and other hon. Members, from several 1389 Places, against a Repeal of the Navigation Laws.—By Mr. Moore, from Mayo, for an Alteration of the Poor Law (Inland).—By Captain Archdall, from Tyrone, respecting the Dismissal of the Poor Law Guardians (Ireland).—By Mr. Philip Bennet, from Suffolk, for the Suppression of Promiscuous Intercourse.—By Mr. Beckett, from Leeds, against the Public Health Bill.— By Mr. William Evans, from several Places, for an Alteration of the Public Health Bill.—By Mr. Alexander Oswald, from Ayr, for Ameliorating the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).—By Mr. Bright, and other hon. Members, from several Places, for Referring War Disputes to Arbitration.—From John Snare, of Reading, for Exemption from Distraint, as it affects the Works of Art.