§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Lord FARNHAM, alt Tobacco imported into Ireland and England for seven years, ending on the 5th of January last; and the quantity of Tobacco exported in the same period; distinguishing the quantity imported and exported in each year.
§ Petitions presented. In favour of Parliamentary Reform, by Lord KING, from Launceston; from the parish of St. James, Clerkenwell; from the Kidderminster Political Union; from the Royal Burgh of Stirling; from the Royal Burgh of Perth; from the Shoemaker Incorporation of Perth; from Auchtermuchty, in Fifeshire; and from the town and neighbourhood of Knaresborougli:—By the Earl of RADNOR, from Totness; Lewes; the Ward of Farringdon Without; Dursley; Wolverhampton, signed by 1,500 persons; Cropper-street, Manchester, signed by 500 persons; New Romney; and from Cottingham, in the County of York: —By the Earl of ROSSLYN, from four Royal Burghs in the County of Fife, which had lost their elective franchise at the time of the Union; and from Galway, for an alteration in the Elective Franchise. By the Duke of NORFOLK, a similar Petition, from the Roman Catholic inhabitants of the parish of St. Nicholas, Galway; and from Galway, praying for the abolition of Negro Slavery. For the repeal of the Stamp Duty on Newspapers, by the Earl of RANDOR, from Walsal.