§ PUBLIC BILL.—Reported.—Summary Convictions (Ireland).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lord Brooke, from Clergymen resident in Warwick, and by other hon. Members, against 404 the Parliamentary Oaths Bill.—By Mr. Tufnell, from the Township of East Stonehouse, Devonshire, and by other hon. Gentlemen, for the Clergy Relief Bill.—By Mr. Alexander Hope, from a Number of Places, and by several other hon. Members, against the Marriages Bill; and by Mr. Alderman Copeland, from Stoke-upon-Trent, and by other hon. Gentlemen, in favour of the same.—By Admiral Gordon, from Towie, Aberdeenshire, and by Mr. Hume, from Kirriemuir, against the Marriage (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Fordyce, from several Places, and by other hon. Members, against the Sunday Travelling on Railways Bill; and by Mr. Hume, from Inhabitants of Carron, in favour of the same.—By Mr. Aglionby, from Members of the Society of Staple Inn, for Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates.—By Mr. Fuller, from East Grimstead, Sussex, for a more equitable Adjustment of the Poor, County, Police, and Highway Rates.—By Mr. Scholefield, from Members of the Order of Odd Fellows, Birmingham District, for Extension of the Benefit Societies Act.—By Mr. Milner Gibson, from Manchester, and other Places in Lancashire, for a System of Secular Education.—By Mr. Duncan, from the Directors of the Dundee Royal Lunatic Asylum, against the Lunatics (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Beresford, from Harwich, against the Navigation Bill.—By Mr. Cardwell, from Liverpool, for an Alteration of the Passengers Bill.—By Sir Lucius O'Brien, from Innishannon, County of Cork, against the proposed Rate in Aid (Ireland).—By Mr. Beckett, from Leeds, and by other hon. Members, from several Places, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Mr. Shirley, from Stretton on the Fosse, and from Hal-ford, Warwickshire, for the Adoption of Measures for the Punishment of the Promoters of Promiscuous Intercourse,—By Lord Brooke, and a great many other hon. Members, from an immense Number of Places, against the Public Roads (England and North Wales Bill; and by Mr. Fuller, from Salehurst, and other Places in Sussex, in favour of the same; also by Sir John Trollope, from several Places, for Compensation for the Loss that would be sustained should this Bill pass.—By Mr. Osman Ricardo, from Worcester, for the Abolition of the Punishment of Death.—By Mr. Duncan, from Dundee, and by Mr. Gibson Craig, from Alloa, against the Registering Births, &c. (Scotland) Bill, and Marriage (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Brotherton, from King's Lynn, for Alteration of the Sale of Beer Act.—By Mr. Headlam, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, that Measures may be Adopted for the Suppression of the Slave Trade.—By several hon. Members, for the Settlement of International Disputes by Arbitration.