§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. HUME, the Members of the House of Commons holding Offices under the Crown, at the pleasure of the Crown, or for a term of years, with the Amount of their Salaries, Pensions, &c.; also, the Members holding Commissions in the Army or Navy, or situations connected with his Majesty's possessions abroad; Return of the Number of Resident and Licensed Curates in England, with an Abstract of the Returns made by the Bishops pursuant to the 57th George 3rd; the Names of the Members of the Jamaica Council.—On the Motion of Mr. BARRON, Account of the Number of Stipendiary Magistrates in Ireland, distinguishing their Names, Religion, Time of Appointment, Amount of their Emoluments, &c.; the Number of Roman Catholics admitted into Corporate Offices in Ireland, since the passing of the Roman Catholic Relief Bill; the Persons Tried and found Guilty, and Acquitted, within the last twelve Months, in the Counties of Kilkenny, Mayo, and Queen's, distinguishing the Nature of each Offence; the Number and Nature of Offences reported to the Government in the County of Clare, in the year 1831 and 1832; Copy of the Oaths taken by the Protestant Clergy of Ireland on being inducted to their Livings.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. JERVIS, from Chester, for enabling the 10l. Registered Householders to elect a due proportion of Aldermen and Common Councilmen.—By Lord MORPETH, from Idle; and by Mr. OLIPHANT, from Perth, for the Abolition of Colonial Slavery.—By Sir JOHN RAE REID, from Ewell; by Mr. NORTH, from Hastings; by Mr. EWING, from Dumbarton; and by Mr. WIGNEY, from Brighton, for the Better Observance of the Sabbath.—By Mr. RORKE, from Edgeworth Town, for the Abolition of Tithes, and an Alteration of the Jury Laws in Ireland.—By Mr. DUNLOP, from Kilmarnock; and by Sir MATTHEW White Ridley, from Newcastle,—for a Repeal of the Duty on Soap.