§ Papers ordered. The Authority by virtue of which the Kirk Session of North Leith levy Tithes on Fish brounht into that Port, and Amount of the Tithes.—Oil the Motion of Mr. SHAW, the Arrears of Tithes duo in the Dioeeses of Ireland, from the 1st of May, 1829.
§ Bill. Read a second time:—Grand Juries (Ireland).
§ New Writs. For Oxford, in the room of Colonel STONOR, declared by an Election Committee not duly Elected.—For "Marylebone, in the room of Mr. PORTMAN, who accepted the Chiltern Hundreds.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. HUME, from Dumfermlin and Forfar; Inhabitants of London and its Neighbourhood; from Hounslow and other Places; by Mr. CURTEIS, from Battle; by Mr. JOHN O'CONNELL, from Youghall; by Mr. W. ROCHE, from Limerick; by Mr. HALL, from Newport, Monmouth; by Mr. THOMAS ATTWOOD, from Wednes bury, Walsall, Stoke upon Trent; from Inhabitants of Marylebone, from Clonmeen, and Gorey, in Ireland; from Atherstone, and Chaddesly Corbett; by Mr. BUCKINGHASI, from the Sheffield Political Union; by Mr. FBLTGI;. O'COXNOR, from Kihvorth, and other place.; in the County of Cork; by Mr. C. BULLKR, from Liskeard; by Mr. LALOR, from Maryborough, and other Places in Queen's Couty; by Mr. BROTHERTON, from the Political Union of alford; by the SOLICITOR GFNKKAL, from Dudley; by Colonel BUTLKR, from Ballyragget, and fiA'c other Places in the County of Kilkenny; by Mr. SULLIVAN, from the County and City of Kilkenny; and by "Mr. JOHN FIELDEN, from Oldham and Ardagh,—all against the Suppression of Disturbanees (Ireland) Bill.—By Sir WILLAM FOLKES, from a Place in Norfolk; by the SOLICITOR GENERAL, from Inhabitants of Dudley,—in favour of the Bill.—By Mr. BENETT, from the Grand Jury of Wiltshire for the Amendment of the Beer Act.