§ PUBLIC BILLS.—2a House of Commons Costs Taxation; Tithes Commutation; Seduction and Prostitution Suppression; Railways (Ireland, No. 2); Fishery Piers and Harbours (Ireland); Holyhead Harbour.
§ Received the Royal Assent,—Corn, &c. Importation; Threatening Letters, &c.; Custody of Offenders; Cemeteries Clauses.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. From Halifax, in favour of the Seduction and Prostitution Suppression Bill.—From Minister and Members of the Presbyterian Congregation of Magilligan, Londonderry, against Railway Travelling on Sundays—From the Rev. John Frith, Rector of the Parish of Tomregan, Kilmore, complaining of the Operation of the present Law relative to the Commutation of Tithes in Ireland, as injuriously affecting the Income of the Clergy.