§ BILLS. Read a first time:—Ecclesiastical Leases. —Read a third time:—Dean Forest; Exchequer Bills; Transfer of Aids.
§ Petitions presented. By Lord ELLENBOROUGH, from Graves end and Dartford, for an Adjustment of Tithes.—By the same, the Earl of WESTMORELAND, and the Bishop-of LLANDAFF, from several Places,—against the Ecclesiastical Courts' Consolidation Bill,—By the Bishop of 1104 GLOUCESTER, from Cheltenham, for a Clause in all Railway Bills to prevent all Traffic on Sundays.—By the Marquess of LANSDOWNE, from Amesbury, for Additional Time in the Repayment of the Sums borrowed by Parishes for the building of Workhouses; from Wareham, for the Better Adjusting of County Rates.—By the Duke of RICHMOND, from Westbourn and Steyning, for Amending the New Poor-Law Act.—By Lord HOLLAND, from the Protestant Dissenters in the British Colonies in America, for Relief