§ Took the Oaths. The Lord Erskine.
§ Sat First.—The Earl of Munster, after the Death of his Father.
§ 2a. Indemnity; Museums of Art.
§ Private.—1a. Exeter and Crediton Railway; Wilts, Somerset, and Weymouth Railway; Leeds and Bradford Railway Extension (Shipley to Colne); Manchester and Leeds Railway (Burnley, Oldham, and Heywood Branches); Castle Hill (Wexford) Docks); Chester and Holyhead Railway; Eastern Counties Railway (Ely and Whittlesea Deviation); Blackburn Waterworks; Shrewsbury, Oswestry, and Chester Junction Railway; Watermen's Company Endowment; Leeds, Dewsbury, and Manchester Railway; Huddersfield and Sheffield Junction Railway; Huddersfield and Manchester Railway and Canal; Cromer (Norfolk) Protection from the Sea; Bristol and Exeter Railway Branches); Hills Estate.
§ 2a. Earl of Onslow's Estate.
§ Reported.—Hemel Hempstead Small Tenements.
§ 3a. and passed—Newcastle-upon-Tyne Port; Scarborough Water; Hungerford and Lambeth Suspension Bridge; Southampton Docks.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishops of Salisbury, Chester, Norwich, St. David's, Cashel, St. Asaph, Llandaff, Winchester, Exeter, Duke of Richmond, Earls of Fitzhardinge, Roseberry, Roden, Eldon, Winchilsea, Falmouth, Marquess of Breadalbane, and by Lords Kenyon, Kinnaird, Lyttleton, and Feversham, from Otterhampton, and an immense number of other places, against the Increase of Grant to Maynooth College.—From Criccieth, and Ynys Cynhaiarn, and Treflys, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor.—By Bishop of St. Asaph, and Earl Powis, from Clergy and others of Monmouth, and Killybebyll, against the Union of St. Asaph and Bangor, but in favour of the Appointment of a Bishop of Manchester.—By the Duke of Cambridge, Lord Cleveland, Earl of Warwick, and Lord Langdale, from the Lord Mayor and others of the City of London, and from numerous other places, praying to be heard by Counsel against the Charitable Trusts Bill.—From W. R. Havens, of East Donyland Hall, in the County of Essex, Barrister, praying that the Provisions of the Insolvent Debtors Act Amendment Act, which abolish the power of Arrest for Debt under 20l. may be repealed.—From Castle Cary, for Alteration of Insolvent Debtors Act Amendment Act.—By Archbishop of Canterbury, Bishops of St. David's, Llandaff, Winchester, London, Exeter, and Norwich, and by Earl of Roden, and Lord Campbell, from Association of Tradesmen of London, and from Dudley and Bath, for Repeal of the Insolvent Debtors Act Amendment Act, and for the adoption of a Measure for the more easy Recovery of Small Debts.—From Jedburgh, against the present practice of granting Spirit Licenses to Toll Houses (Scotland).—From Nevern, and 3 other places, for the Establishment of Local Courts (Wales).—From Abersychon, and Carlingford, for the Better Regulation of Beer Houses, especially on the Sabbath.—From Clergy and others of Chichester, against the Sale of Beer Act.—From Chichester, against the running of Railway Trains on the Sabbath.—By Earl of Devon, from Stockport, and 5 other places, in favour of the Calico Print Works Bill.—By Lord Portman, from Landowners and others of Southampton, and numerous other places, for Protection to Agriculture.—From Nottingham, in favour of the Nottingham Inclosure Bill.—By the Earl of Clare, the Lord Chancellor and Lord Stanley, from Antrim, and 3 other places, in favour of the Increase of Grant to Maynooth College.