§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1° Petty Bag Office; Tenants at Will (Ireland)
§ Reported—Queen's Prison.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Sir R. H. Inglis, from Croxton Kerrial (Leicester), against the Jewish Disabilities Bill.—By Sir W. Heathcote, from Southampton, and by Mr. J. G. Smith, from York, against the Roman Catholic Relief Bill.—By several Hon. Members, from various Places, for a Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Fox Maule, from Perth, for Inquiry into the Excise Laws.—From a Public Meeting held at Hawick, for Retrenchment in the Expenditure, &c.—By several Hon. Members, from various Places, for Exemption of Charitable Institutions from the Legacy Duties.—From the Mayor, Aldermen, and Common Councilmen, of Oswestry (Salop), against Increase or Continuance of the Property Tax.—By Mr. Ewart, from Annan, for Revision of Taxation.—By Mr. Oswald, from Ayr, for an Alteration of the Banking Law.—By several Hon. Members, from various Lodges of Independent Order of Odd Fellows, for an Extension of the Benefit Societies Act,—By Mr. Hutt, from Gateshead, in favour of the Courts of Special and Petty Sessions Bill; and Administration of Justice (No. 1) and (No. 2) Bills.—By several Hon. Members, from a number of Places, against the Diplomatic Relations with the Court of Rome Bill.—By Mr. Ewart, from Annan, for a Repeal of the Game Laws,—By Lord Dudley Stuart, from Arundel, for Alteration of the Law of Highways.—By Dr. Bowring, from the Belfast Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, for Abolition of the Queen's Plates with respect to Horse Racing.—From the Lord Mayor, Aldermen, and Commons of London, for Discontinuing Interment in Towns.—By Mr. Napier, from Newtown Barry (Wexford), for an Alteration of the Law of Landlord and Tenant (Ireland).—From the Inhabitants of Worksop, for an Alteration of the Law in favour of the National Land Company.—By Mr. Bagshaw, from Manningtree (Essex), and by Mr. Wilcox, from Southampton, for Retrenchment in the Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Lord Ashley, from several Public Meetings, for Alteration of the Poor Law.—By Sir H. Halford, from the President and Censors of the Royal College of Physicians of London, and by Lord Dudley Stuart, from the University of Edinburgh, respecting Medical Relief as connected with the Poor Law.—By several Members, from a number of Places, for Alteration in the Public Health Bill.—By Mr. Willcox, from Members of Ebenezer Chapel, Hythe, near Southampton, for Referring War Disputes to Arbitration.