was heard in continuation in the Scots appeal, Cathcart v. the earl of Cassilis, on the part of the respondent. The several bills upon the table were forwarded in their respective stages. The innkeepers' rates bill, and several private bills, were brought up from the commons, and read a first time. A person from the post office presented an account of the net revenue of the post-office for 20 years, ending the 5th of Jan. 1805. Ordered to lie on the table.—Adjourned.