§ Petitions presented. In favour of Parliamentary Reform, by the Earl of RADNOR, from Folkestone, from Rochdale, and other neighbouring places; from Liskeard and from the County of Middlesex:—By Lord AUCKLAND,, from Abingdon:—By Viscount MELBOURNE, from—. Against the Duty on Sea-borne Coals, by the Earl of RADNOE, from Folkestone:—By the Earl of SHAFTESBERY, from Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, and from Honiton:—By the Marquis of LONDONDERRY, from Gainsborough and Saltash. For the Abolition of Colonial Slavery, by Lord DURHAM, two, from Dissenters in Bedfordshire:--By the Archbishop of CANTERBURY, seven, from places in Yorkshire. By the Duke of RICHMOND, from a place in Sussex, complaining of Distress, asking for Parliamentary Reform, for the repeal of the Duty on Malt and Hops, on Soap and Candles, and complaining of the Tithes.