§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1o Duration of Parliaments; Highways (District Surveyors).
§ Reported.—Incumbered Estates (Ireland).
§ 3o Society for tire Prosecution of Felons (Distribution of Funds); Landlord and Tenant; Grand Jury Cess (Ireland).
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Roebuck, from Sheffield, for an Extension of the Suffrage.—By Mr. J. Williams, from Macclesfield, for the Adoption of Vote by Ballot.—By Mr. Serjeant Talfourd, from Goring, for the Clergy Relief Bill.—By Sir John Tyrell, from Burham, Essex, against the Marriages Bill; and from the Guardians of the Halsted Union, for Rating Owners of Tenements in lieu of Occupiers.—By Mr. Cardwell, from Liverpool, against the Alienation of Tithes,—By Sir F. Thesiger, from Abingdon, for Repeal of the Duty on Attorneys' Certificates,—By Mr. Henry, from Barton-upon-Irwell, respecting the Lancashire County Expenditure.—By Mr. Law Hodges, from Wittersham, Kent, for Repeal of the Duty on Malt and Hops; and from Maidstone, for Reform in the Medical Profession—By Mr. Henry Drummond, from the County of Southampton, for Agricultural Relief,—By Mr. Osborne, from Brentford, for the Copyholds Enfranchisement Bill.—By Mr. W. Miles, from Chew Magna, Somersetshire, for an Alteration of the Law respecting the Conditions on which Grants for Education are dispensed.—By Mr. Caulfeild, from Keady, County of Armagh, against the Renewal of the Lisburn and Monaghan Road Act.—By Mr. Lushington, from Westminster, for Inquiry respecting the Metropolitan Police.—By Mr. Sandars, from the Great Yarmouth Union, for a Superannuation Fund for Poor Law Officers.—By Captain Dalrymple, from Portpatrick, against the Removal of the Packet Station from Portpatrick,—By Sir T. Acland, from Poughill, Devonshire, for the Suppression of Promiscuous Intercourse,—By Mr. Tancred, frm Banbury, Oxfordshire, for an Alteration of the Sale of Beer Act—By Colonel Sibthorp, from Lincoln, for an Alteration of the Small Debts Act—By Sir Joshua Walmsley, from Bolton, for the formation, between the British Government and other Governments of the World respectively, of Treaties by which International Disputes may be decided by Arbitration.