§ Bills. Read a third time; Mutiny; and Marine Mutiny.
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of the Earl of WICKLOW, Copy of a Letter from Mr. STANLEY to the Duke of LEINSTER, on the formation of the New Board of Education for Ireland, with the Document accompanying it.
§ Petitions presented. By the Duke of ARGYLL, from the County of Argyll, against certain parts of the proposed measure of Reform for Scotland; and from the Parish of Dunoon, in favour of the same measure:—By the Bishop of BATH and WELLS, from Blackburn, Lancashire, and by the Earl of RADNOR, from Devonport, in favour of the Factories Bill:—By the Earl of RODEN, from the Corporation of Shoemakers; and the Corporation of Bricklayers; and the Guild of Merchants, Dublin, against the Irish Reform Bill:—By Viscount LORTON, against the New System of Education in Ireland; from the Archbishop and Clergy of Tuam, from the Archbishop and Clergy of Armagh, and from the Bishop and Clergy of the Diocese of Elphin:—By Lord KING, from the Roman Catholic Inhabitants 241 of Drogheda, and by Lord CLONCURRY, from the Landholders and Tithe-payers of Harristown, for the Abolition of Tithes.