§ Bills. Read a third time; Lord Lieutenants '(Ireland). Read a second time; the Lunatic Asylums.
§ Petitions presented. By the Earl of HARE WOOD, from Owners and Occupiers of Com Milk, Halifax, against the Importation of Foreign Flour. By the Duke of NORTHUMBERLAND, from the Protestant Freemen of Galway. By the Karl of RADNOR, from the Commercial Society of Galway; and a Noble Lord, from the Roman Catholic Prelate and Clergy of Kilfeuira, to extend the Elective Franchise to Roman Catholics. By the Earl of HARSWOOD, from the Inhabitants of Halifax, to Establish Poor Laws in Ireland; and by the Marquis of SALISBURY, a similar Petition, from a Society held in London. By the Karl of CARNARVON, from the Land Owners, County Southampton, for Indemnity to the Hundred in Cases of Riots. By the Marquis of CLANRICARDE, from the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, and Freeholders of the County of Mayo; and Inhabitants of Dunmere, for Reform:—By the Earl of RADNOR, a similar Petition, from Inhabitants of Macclesfield. By the Duke of NORFOLK, from Roman Catholics of Moran Abbey, Cork, and of Reynagh, King's County, for an alteration of Grants for Education in Ireland. By the Marquis of CLINRICARDE, from the Inhabitants of Tyrawley, against the Repeal of the Union with Ireland. By the Earl of RADNOR, from James Hamilton, Esq., for an alteration in the Game Laws.