§ MINUTES.] BILLS, Public.—1a. St. Asaph and Bangor Preferment; Dublin Boundaries; Four Courts Marshalsea (Dublin); Slave Trade (Portugal) Suppression.
§ 2a. Stamp Duties Assimilation; Colonial Passengers; Bonded Corn; Western Australia; Parish Constables; Ordnance Service; Court of Exchequer (England).
§ Committed and Reported.—Assessed Taxes; Insolvent Debtors; Fisheries (Ireland); Rivers (Ireland); Primrose Hill.
§ 3a and passed:—Came Certificates (Ireland); Stamp Duties; Mines and Collieries.
§ Private.—3° and passed:—St. Briavel's Small Debts.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Electors of Sudbury, to be remunerated their Expenses for defending the Borough.—From James Bowditch, complaining of Legal proceedings in Jersey.— From Schoolmasters of the Presbyteries of Biggar and Abertarph, for Improvement of their condition.—From Fishermen of the rivers Barrow and Nore, Millers of Carlow, Inhabitants of New Ross, Nobility and Gentry of Clare, against parts of the Fisheries (Ireland) Bill—From Inhabitants of Tipperary and from Guardians of Meath Union, for Alteration of the Poor-law.—From Colliers Male and Female, of Wellwood and Fordell Collieries, against the Mines and Collieries Bill.—From Carrigallin, for Encouragement of Schools in connection with the Church Education Society.—From Rate-payers of Exeter, against Municipal Corporations Bill.—From Members of Ashton-under-Lyne, and Dukinfield Mechanic's Institutions, to exempt such Institutions from Rates and Taxes.—From Medical Practitioners of Berwick-on-Tweed, against the proposed Medical Reform.