§ MINUTES.] BILLS. Public.—1a. Saint Asaph and Bangor and Manchester Dioceses.
§ Received the Royal Assent.—Sugar Duties; Glass Duties; Customs (Export Duties); Mutiny; Marine Mutiny.
§ Private.—1a. Shelsley Road; London Orphan Asylum.
§ 2a. Fisher Lane (Greenwich) Improvement.
§ Reported.—Manchester Stipendiary Magistrate; Forth and Clyde Navigation.
§ Received the Royal Assent.—Thames Navigation Debt; Britten's Divorce.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Bishop of Down, the Duke of Buckingham, Earls of Wicklow, Roseberry, Eldon, Hardwicke, and Powis, and by Lords Campbell, Farnham, and Denman, from Meiford, and a great number of other places, against Increase of Grant to Maynooth College.—From Moira and Stratford-on-Slaney, for Inquiry into Course of Instruction adopted at Maynooth College.—By Earls of Wicklow, and Clancarty, and Lord Farnham, from Balrothy, and several other places, for Encouragement to Schools in connexion with Church Education Society (Ireland).—From Parishioners of St. Clement, Cornwall, for Revision of Rubric.—By Earl of Powis, from Clergy and others of Oxford, and several other places, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor, but in favour of the Appointment of a Bishop to the See of Manchester. — From County of Denbigh, and 4 other places, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Lord Denman, from Holbrook, and 2 other places, for the better Observance of the Sabbath.—By the Lord Chancellor, and Lord Brougham, from Rector and Churchwardens of Hardwicke, Dissenting Congregation of Strand Street, Dublin, and Inhabitants of Farnham, in favour of the Increased Grant to Maynooth.—By Marquess of Normanby, from Mayor and others of Cork, for Alteration of Law relating to the Treatment of Criminals.—By Lord Campbell, from Tradesmen and others of Pontypool, for Repeal of the 57th Clause of Insolvent Debtors Act, except as to Debts not exceeding 5l.—From Proprietors of Macclesfield Canal, for Regulating Railway Charges.—From Abernethy, Penpont, and Stirling, for Improving the Condition of Schoolmasters (Scotland).—From Inverness, for the Suppression of Intemperance, especially on the Sabbath.—By the Duke of Richmond, 1231 from Parish of Baraham, and several other places, for the better Regulation of Beer Houses; and from Presbytery of Alford, and numerous other places, against Railway Travelling on the Sabbath.