§ BILLS. Public.—1a. Merchant Seamen; Drainage (Ireland); Rothwell Prison; Land Revenue Act Amendment; Fisheries (Ireland); Masters and Workmen; Grand Jury Presentments (Dublin); Joint Stock Companies; Spirits (Ireland); Excise Duties on Spirits (Channel Islands); Drainage of Lands; Poor Law Amendment (Scotland).
§ 2a. Colleges (Ireland); Art Unions; Unlawful Oaths (Ireland); Turnpike Acts Continuance; Militia Ballots Suspension.
§ Reported.—Apprehension of Offenders; Loan Societies; Turnpike Trusts (South Wales); Highway Rates.
§ Received the Royal Assent.—Sir Henry Pottinger's Annuity; Assessed Taxes Composition; Timber Ships; Oaths Dispensation (No. 2); West India Islands Relief; Seal Office Abolition; Museums of Art; Public Museums, etc.; Canal Companies Carriers; Dog Stealing; Railway Clauses Consolidation (Scotland) (No. 2); Infeftments (Scotland); Banking (Scotland); Statute Labour (Scotland); Arrestment of Wages (Scotland); Schoolmasters (Scotland); Banking (Ireland); Constables, Public Works (Ireland).
§ Private.—1a. Epping Railway.
§ 2a. Bristol Parochial Rates; Monmouth and Hereford Railway; South Wales Railway.
§ Reported.—Sheffield Waterworks; Newcastle and Berwick Railway; Edinburgh and Hawick Railway; Aberdeen Railway; Dundee and Perth Railway; Lutwidge's (or Fletcher's) Estate; Tacumshin Lake Embankment; Bermondsey Improvement; Edinburgh and Northern Railway; London and South Western Metropolitan Extension Railway; South Eastern Railway (Tunbridge to Tunbridge Wells); Birmingham and Gloucester Extension Railway (Stoke Branch); Scottish Central Railway; Scottish Midland Railway; Caledonian Railway; Clydesdale Junction Railway.
§ 3a. and passed:—Marquess of Donegal's Estate; Marsh's (or Coxhead's) Estate; Bowes' Estate; Westminster Improvement; West London Railway Extension and Lease; Newport and Pontypool Railway; Falmouth Harbour.
§ Received the Royal Assent.—London and Greenwich Railway; Belfast and Ballymena Railway; North British Railway; Lancaster and Carlisle Railway; York and North Midland Railway (Harrogate Branch); North Woolwich Railway; Guildford Junction Railway; Waterford and Kllkenny Railway; Exeter and Crediton Railway; Bridgewater Navigation and Railway; Shef- 717 field and Rotherham Railway; Edinburgh and Glasgow Railway; Newcastle and Darlington (Brandling Junction) Railway; Southampton and Dorchester Railway; Eastern Union Railway Amendment; Glasgow, Paisley, Kilmarnock, and Ayr Railway (Cumnock Branch); Dundalk and Enniskillen Railway; Eastern Union (Bury St. Edmund's) Railway; Londonderry and Enniskillen Railway; Chester and Birkenhead Railway Extension; Whitehaven and Furness Railway; Manchester, Bury, and Rossendale Railway (Heywood Branch); Great North of England and Richmond Railway; Blackburn and Preston Railway; Leeds and Thirsk Railway; Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal; North Wales Railway; Taw Vale Railway and Dock; Manchester and Birmingham Railway (Ashton Branch); Ashton, Stalybridge, and Liverpool Junction (Ardwick and Guide Bridge Branches) Railway; Eastern Counties Railway (Ely and Whittlesea) Deviation; Manchester, South Junction, and Altrincham Railway; Trent Valley Railway; London and Brighton Railway (Horsham Branch); Ulster Railway Extension; North Wales Mineral Railway; North Union and Ribble Navigation Branch Railway; Saint Helen's Canal and Railway; Great North of England, Clarence and Hartlepool Junction Railway; Great Western Railway, Ireland (Dublin to Mullingar and Athlone); Cockermouth and Workington Railway; Richmond (Surrey) Railway; Cork and Bandon Railway; Liverpool and Manchester Railway; Great Southern and Western Railway (Ireland); Preston and Wyre Railway; Lynn and Dereham Railway; Middlesbro' and Redcar Railway; Dublin and Drogheda Railway; Newry and Enniskillen Railway; Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway; Waterford and Limerick Railway; Glossop Gas; Glasgow Bridges; Totnes Markets and Waterworks; Wolverhampton Waterworks; Lyme Regis Improvement, Market, and Waterworks; Dundee Waterworks; Blackburn Waterworks; Hartlepool Pier and Port; Kendal Reservoirs; Manchester Improvement; Belfast Improvement; Chelsea Improvement; Agricultural and Commercial Bank of Ireland; Quinborowe Borough; Forth and Clyde Navigation and Canal Junction; Manchester Court of Record; Reversionary Interest Society; Keyingham Drainage; Shepley Lane Head and Barnsley Road; Harwell and Streatley Road; Winwick Rectory; Lady Sandy's (Turner's) Estate; Kidwelly Inclosure.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Clergy of West Grinstead, and several other parishes, in favour of the Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Bill.—By Lord Camoys, and Earl of Eldon, from Fellows or Tutors of Oxford University, of Catholic Inhabitants of Cork, and from Roman Catholic Bishops and Clergy of United Dioceses of Waterford and Lismore, against the Colleges (Ireland Bill.—By Lord Stanley, from Managers, Professors, and Visitors of Royal Belfast Academical Institution, and from various Literary Societies, and from Inhabitants of Belfast, in favour of the Colleges (Ireland) Bill.—From Withington, for the Better Regulation of Beer Houses, especially on the Sabbath.—From Merchants, Bankers, and others of Cambridge, for Amendment of Law relating to Bankruptcy and Insolvency.