§ Bills. To apply money out of the Consolidated Fund, for the Transfer of Aids, to facilitate Emigration, were brought in and read a first time.
§ Returns ordered. On the Motion of Mr. CALLAGHAN, the total amount of Money paid, and which may be claimed as Drawback for Malt used by Distillers in Scotland and Ireland, from the 10th October, 1823, to the 5th January, 1831, distinguishing each County:—On the Motion of Mr. ELLICE, all sums of Money expended on public Works in Ireland, since 1st January, 1822, under the 875 direction of Engineers employed by Government; shewing, in detail, the situation, object, and extent of each of the several works undertaken, the present state of every such work, and the whole cost of each respectively; distinguishing the amount paid for roads made, from bridges or other works of masonry erected, and specifying the separate expenses of each such road and bridge, or other work of masonry respectively.
§ Petitions presented. For Reform, by Mr. HODGES, from Stone, Debtling, Wittersham, and Chart:—By Mr. ADEANE, from Ely: —By Sir H. A. DALRYMPLE, from the Town Council of Jedburgh. For Abolishing the fourteen Acts of Bankrupt Commissioners, by Mr. Alderman THOMPSON, from the Merchants and Bankers of London. By Mr. CALLAGHAN, from Mace, on the Coast of Galway, for Protection for Kelp Manufacturers.