§ Bills. Read a third time:—Lighthouses; Richmond Penitentiary (Ireland); Ottoman Dominions Consuls. —Read a second time:—Stamp Duties on Newspapers.
§ Petitions presented. By the Duke of WELLINGTON from Saxmundham, for the Protection of the Protestant Religion, and together with Lord LYNDHURST, from various Places, against Imprisonment for Debt Bill; and from Shiffnal and the adjoining Parishes, against Marriages' Bill.—By the Duke of Richmond, from Meath, for the Protection of the Established Church (Ireland); and from Portsmouth, for Oyster Fisheries' Bill.—By Lord WYNFORD, from Blaxhall, and from St. Helen's, Isle of Wight, for Repeal and Amendment of Poor-Law Amendment Act; and from the last named Place, against the uniting of Parishes.—By the Marquess of BUTS, from Glenelg, against Universities' (Scotland) Bill.—By Lord DUNCANNON, from Kingston-upon-Thames, for Marriages and Registration of Births' Bills, and for Abolition of Church Rates.—By the Earl of CALEDON, from the Members of the Grand Panel, Armagh, against Grand Juries (Ireland) Bill.