§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Sir ROBERT INGLIS, of the Number of Catholic Priests in Ireland, Convicted of celebrating Marriage between Protestants.—On the Motion of Mr. HYDE VILLIERS, Copies of all Letters which passed between the East-India Directors and their Supercargoes in China, of the 31st May, 1831, &c.
§ Bills read a second time:—Division of Counties; Boundaries (Scotland); Lunatic Commissions, and Exchequer Court Offices.
§ Petitions presented. By Sir CHARLES COCKERELL, from Evesham;—by Mr. BOUVERIE, from New Sarum;—by Lord ALTHORP, from Glasgow and Dalkeith;—by Mr. CURTEIS, from Brighton, Burwash, and Ticehurst;—by Mr. HODGES, from twenty-six Parishes in Kent;—by Mr. BOLTON KING, from the Warwick Political Union;—and by Mr. GILLON, from Linlithgow and Airdrie, for stopping the Supplies.—By Admiral ADAM, from Balmerino;—by an HON. MEMBER, from Kinross;—by Mr. KENNEDY, from Roxburgh, Kilmarnock, Ayr, Dumfries, Jedburgh, and Oban;—by Sir JOHN WROTTESLEY, from Wolverhampton;—by Mr. HODGSON, from Newcastle-upon-Tyne;—by Colonel ANSON, from Great Yarmouth;—by an HON. MEMBER, from St. Martin's-in-the-Fields;—and by Sir GREY SKIPWITH, from Stratford-on-Avon, in favour of Reform.—By Sir ANDREW AGNEW, from Glasgow and Paisley, against the Ministerial Plan of Education (Ireland.)—By Mr. CRAMPTON, from Cootehill, and Workingham, for Abolishing the Punishment of Death for Crimes against Property.