§ Bills. Colonial Trade, Canadian Revenues, read a second time.
§ Petitions presented. By the Earl of ELDON, from Dublin, for compensation, should Slavery be abolished in the West Indies. By the Earl of ROSSLYN, from Edinburgh, against the East-India monopoly. In favour of Reform, by the Marquis of CLEVELAND, from the Merchants and Inhabitants of the Town of South Shields:—By the Duke of ARGYLL, from the Merchants and Inhabitants of Cam-perdown:—By the Earl of YARBOROUGH, from the County of Hants?—By Lord DURHAM, from Edmonton and Swindon:—By the Duke of DEVONSHIRE, from a place in Devonshire:—By Lord KING, from the Town of Guildford;