§ Public Bills.—Reported.—Tobago; Relief and Immigration into British Guiana and Trinidad.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Gardner, Mr. Hume, and other Hon. Members, from an Immense Number of Places, for an Extension of the Elective Franchise.—By Viscount Castlereagh, from Inhabitants of the Town of Newtownards, and the adjoining District, against the Repeal of the Union with Ireland.—By Sir H. Willoughby, from the Rector of the Parish of Little Bowden, (Northampton), for Alteration of the Law respecting Charitable Trusts.—By Mr. Duncan, from Dundee, for Alteration of the Law respecting the Church of England Clergy.—By Mr. Bouverie, from Newport Pagnell, for Abolishing the Distinction between Ecclesiastical and Civil Courts.—By Mr. Cobden, from the Inhabitants of Lees, for Better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Mr. Anderson, from Havray and Sandwich (Orkney), and by other Hon. Members, from several Places, in favour of the Places of Worship Sites (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Cockburn, from Williton, and its Neighbourhood (Somerset), for Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates. By Colonel Kemeys Tynte, from the Parish of Stogumber (Somerset), for Retrenchment in the Expenditure.—By Sir Joshua Walmsley, from Members of the Primitive Methodist Chapel, Stroud, for Reduction of Duties on Tea, Coffee, Sugar, and Cocoa.—By Mr. H. Berkeley, from Bristol, and by other Hon. Members, from several Places, for Inquiry into the Grievances of Bakers.—By Mr. Boyd, from Members of the Loyal Kitty of Coleraine Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, Belfast, for an Extension of the Benefit Societies Act.—By Mr. Cobden, from Colliers and Labourers of the Parish of Denbigh, for Remedial Measures to Alleviate their Distress.—By Mr. Bateson, from Coleraine, for Alteration of the Imprisonment for Debt (Ireland) Bill—By Mr. Anderson, from the Commissioners of Supply of Orkney, and by other Hon. Members, from several Places, against the Lunatic Asylums (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Moody, from the Guardians of the Poor of the Langport Union, Somersetshire, for Alteration of the Law respecting Mendicancy.—By Mr. Meagher, from the Parish of Kilculliheen, in the County of Waterford, for Alteration of the Municipal Corporations (Ireland) Act.—By Mr. J. H. Vivian, from the Town of Neath, Glamorganshire, for Retrenchment in the Naval and Military Expenditure.—By Mr. Loch, from Parish Schoolmasters within the Presbytery of Kirkwall, Orkney, for Ameliorating their Condition.—By Mr. Bright, from the Rector of the Parish of Monewden (Suffolk), respecting the Relieving Officer of the Plomesgate Union.—By Sir W. Clay, from Shore-ditch, in favour of the Public Health Bill.—By Sir John Hope, from the Parochial Board of Newton, M id Lothian, against the Registering Births, &c. (Scotland) Bill (1847); also against the Marriage (Scotland) Bill (1847).—By Sir R. Ferguson, from the Presbytery of Kirkaldy, Fifeshire, against the schoolmasters (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Hastings, from the Guardians of the Woburn Union (Bedfordshire), for Alteration of the Law of Settlement.—By Mr. W. Forbes, from the Commissioners of Supply of the County of Stirling, for Completion of the Survey of Scotland.—By Mr. Frewen, from Ratenayers of the Parish of Battel (Sussex), praying the House to take the Turnpike Trusts into consideration.