§ BILLS. Public.—1a. County Courts.
§ 2a.and Committed.—Sugar Duties.
§ Private.—la. Stourbridge Road; Marquess of Tweed-dale's Estate; Liverpool Poor.
§ 2a. Bishop of Derry's Estate; Britwell Salome Inclosure; Kilmington Inclosure.
§ 3a. and passed:—Ardrossan Harbour; Christopher or Manners Estate; Kington Roads; City of Glasgow Life Assurance Company; Gravesend Town Pier; St. Pancras' Improvement; Fleetwood Improvement; Fleetwood Improvement; Medbourne Inclosure. Committed.—Coward's Divorce; Vere's Divorce.
§ Reported.— Paterson's Estate; Tulloch's Estate (Davison's); Church Stretton and Longden; Roads; Guarantee Society; Market Harborough and Brampton Road; Bolton and West Houghton Road; Hinckley Roads; Leicester and Ashby-de-la-Zouch Road; Holywell Roads; Metropolitan Wood Paving Company; Testimony Perpetuating.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Bishop of Llandaff, from 1599 the Shepton Mallet Church of England Lay Association, against the Abolition of Church Rates; and from the Deaneries of Powder and Pyder, and the Diocese of Exeter, for an Alteration of the law Respecting the Rating of Tithes.—By the Marquess of Lansdowne, from Beccles, against the Income-tax.—Ay the Earl of Clare, from Limerick Union, for the Amendment of the 41st and 44th sections of Poor Relief (Ireland) Act, defining Residence.—By the Earl of Mountcashel, from Taghmon, Ballycormick, Ballymithy, and Coolstuffe, for the Encouragement of Schools in connection with the Church Education Society of Ireland.—From Fishermen and Pilots of Newhaven, to be heard against the Granton and Burntisland Pier and Ferry Bill.—From Persons in Bradford, Yorkshire, for Limiting the Hours of Labour in Factories.