§ Petitions presented. By the Earl of ELDON, from the Gentry, Clergy, and Freeholders of Denbighshire, against the Welsh Judicature Bill; also a Petition from the Inhabitants of certain premises in the neighbourhood of London Bridge, complaining of the loss of business which the making of the approaches to the New London Bridge, by means of an arch, would occasion to them, and praying for compensation. By the Archbishop of YORK, from Haworth, in Yorkshire, praying for the abolition of Negro Slavery:—By Earl FITZWILLIAM, two Petitions from Protestant Dissenters at Halifax, with the same prayer. By Lord ROLLE, from Collumpton, Devon, praying for the abolition of the Punishment of Death in cases of Forgery:—By the Duke of BEAUFORT, from Gloster, with the same prayer. For opening the Trade to India, by the same noble Duke, from the Inhabitants of Renfrewshire:—And by the Marquis of LANSDOWN, from Warrington. By Lord CALTHORPE, from the Physicians, Surgeons, and Students of the Westminster Medical Society, praying for some Legislative Measure to facilitate the Study of Anatomy. By the Duke of NORFOLK, from an Inhabitant of St. James's Parish, praying for the establishment of a Deaf and Dumb Institution. By Lord KING, from Aglis, in the County Cork, praying for a Reform in the Established Church. By Lord DURHAM, from the Ship-owners and Seamen of Sunderland, complaining of Distress, and praying for an alteration of the Navigation-laws; and from the Protestant Dissenters of South Shields, praying for a general registration of Births, &c. By Lord GODERICH, from the Hop-planters of Wadhurst, Sussex, praying for a Repeal of the Hop Duties.