§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1o Sunday Trading (Metropolis); Silver Coinage; Sites for Schools.
§ 3o Defects in Leases.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Robert Palmer, from Newbury, against the Parliamentary Oaths Bill.—By Mr. Macgregor, from Glasgow, for Universal Suffrage.—By Lord J. Stuart, from Symington, Ayrshire, against the Sunday Travelling on Railways Bill, and the Registering Births, &c., (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. Wodehouse, from the Guardians of the Depwade Union, Norfolk, for the County Rates and Expenditure Bill.—By Mr. H. Stuart, 1029 from Representatives of Fire Assurance Societies, complaining of Evasions of the Fire Insurance Duties.—By Sir C. Burrell, from Croydon, for Agricultural Relief.—By Colonel Anson, from Lords of Manors, against, and by Mr. Aglionby, from the Hundred of Wangford, in favour of, the Copyholds Enfranchisement Bill,—By Mr. Gladstone, from the Association of Shipmasters, Mates, and Seamen, for an Alteration of the Merchant Seamen's Fund Act.—By Mr. Herries, from Quebec, for a Modification of the Navigation Bill.—By Mr. Gibson Craig, from Edinburgh, against the Police of Towns (Scotland) Bill, and Public Health (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. G. Sandars, from the Wakefield Union, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Mr. J. A. Smith, from Chichester, for an Alteration of the Small Debts Act.—By Sir C. Douglas, from London, for the Removal of Smithfield Market.—By the Sheriffs of London, for an Extension of the Smoke Prohibition Bill.