142 brought up the report of the committee appointed to try the merits of the Limerick election petition. It stated that the hon. J. P. Vereker had not been duly elected, and Mr. T. S. Rice ought to have been returned. A resolution was subjoined, in which it was stated that Henry d'Esterre, recorder of Limerick, having been guilty before the committee of gross prevarication, he had been placed in the custody of the serjeant at arms. A second resolution enforced the propriety of laying the minutes of evidence before the House, in consequence of various acts of the corporation brought to light during the inquiry. On the motion of Mr. Wodehouse, it was ordered that Henry d'Esterre be committed to Newgate, and that the evidence be printed.