Mr. Johnson, from the chief secretary's office, presented the 32d Report of the commissioners of Accounts in Ireland, which was ordered to be laid on the table, and printed.—On the motion of Mr. Parnell, it was ordered, That there be laid before this house, an Account of the sums levied by Grand Juries of the several counties in Ireland, respectively, for 4 years, from Jan. 1, 1803, distinguishing each year and each assize; and distinguishing the sums levied for the Militia, from those levied for other purposes, together with an account of the rate per acre on the county at large, of the sum levied in each county in each year.—Mr. Fellowes moved, That the order made on the 8th day of July in the last session of the last parliament, "That there be prepared a copy of the return or returns made to the Privy Council by every Archbishop and Bishop of the names of every Dignity, Prebend, Benefice, Dona–tive, Perpetual Curacy, and Parochial Chapelry, within their respective dioceses, or subject to their respective jurisdictions, and the names of the several persons pos–sessing the same, who shall not have re–sided thereon by reason of any exemption under or by virtue of the Act of 43 Geo. III. c. 84; and also of all the persons pos–sessing the same not having any such ex-exemption or licence, who shall not have resided on such Dignity, Prebend, Bene–fice, Donative, Perpetual Curacy, or Parochial Chapelry, so far as the bishop is informed thereof, in order to the same being laid before the house early in the next session of parliament," might be read; and the same being read, it was ordered that the said returns be laid before the house.—The following Election Petitions were presented, and fixed for considera–tion, viz. Two from Downpatrick Bo–rough, complaining, on the part of J. W. Croker, Esq. and the Electors in his interest, of the return of E. S. Ruthven,.esq. to be considered on Thursday, Feb. 12.—Liskeard, on the part of Capt. Tomlinson, to be considered on Tuesday, Feb. 17.—On the motion of Mr. Vansittart, it was ordered that there be laid before the house an account of the Exchequer Bills out–standing, under the act of last session for raising 10,500,000l. on Exchequer 252 bills.—Lord Temple brought in a bill to indemnify the regraters of Oak Bark from certain vexatious penalties imposed by an act of James J. and for repealing that part of the said act; which was read a first time, and ordered to be read a second time to-morrow.—Mr. Calcraft presented the estimates of the Ordnance Service for the year 1807, and gave notice that he would move them this day se'nnight in the committee of supply. The estimates were ordered to be printed.