§ PUBLIC BILLS.—1a. Service of Heirs (Scotland).
§ 3a. and passed. Coroners (Ireland); Viscount Hardinge's Annuity; Lord Gough's Annuity; Ropemakers; Spitalfields New Street.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Broadwater, and several other places, for Repeal of Lunatics Act and Lunatic Asylums and Pauper Lunatics Act.—From Railway Passengers on the Bristol and Birmingham Line, against the Break of Gauge, and praying that the Recommendations of Her Majesty's Commissioners for Establishing a National Uniformity of Gauge may be adopted.—By the Duke of Richmond, from Chichester, against the proposed Measure for Altering the Law of Settlement.—By the Bishop of London, from Thirsk and Bury, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath, and against the Sale of Intoxicating Liquors on that Day; and from the Rector, Churchwardens, and others, of the Parish of Saint Clement Danes, for the Establishment of Public Baths and Washhouses.—From Natives of the Principality of Wales resident in London, praying that Means may be provided for Extending Education to the Poorer Classes in Wales.—From Provincial Synod of Caithness and Sutherland, for the Repeal of all Religious Tests on Admission to Offices in Scotch Universities and Parochial Schools.—From Ayr and Girvan, for Abolishing or Modifying the present Law of Strict Entail (Scotland).