§ Papers ordered. On the Motion of Mr. BALFOUR, an Account of the Imperial Proof Gallons of Spirits in Warehouse in each Collection of Excise, for the Duties at the end of Excise round on 5th April, 1833.
§ Petitions presented. By Mr. SHAW, from several Places in Ireland, against the Irish Church Temporalities Bill; and from Carrickfergus, that the Franchise may be continued to them.—By Admiral ADAM, from Carigaline and Tarbert, in favour of the Lord's Day Observance Bill; and from the Hand-loom Weavers of Orwell and Portmoak, for an Inquiry into the Causes of their Distress.—By Mr. MORETON, Mr. AGLIONBY, and Mr. A. SANFORD, from several Places, for Amendments in the Sale of Beer Act.—By Sir RICHARD VYVYAN, Lord EBRINGTON, Captain ELLIOTT, and Messrs. R. OSWALD, HAWES, FITZSIMON, J. OSWALD, ROLFE, A. SANFORD, G. F. MORETON, and Sir JOHN OWEN, from a Number of Places,—against Slavery.—By the Earl of LINCOLN, Lord MORPETH, Sir RICHARD VYVIAN, Sir JOHN OWEN, and Messrs. A. SANFORD, E. DENISON, and EGERTON, from several Places,—for the Better Observance of the Lord's Day—By Sir RICHARD KEANE, from Tullow, against the Excessive Assessment made by the Grand Jury of that Town.—By Lord EBRINGTON, from Hartland (Devon), for making the use of the Imperial Weights and Measures compulsory, and from several Places, against Tithes.—By Sir RICHARD VYVYAN, from the Clergy of Bedminster, and from the Eastern Division of the County of Cornwall, against the Irish Church Reform Bill.—By Mr. HUME, from Newburgh, against the Royal Burgh (Scotland) Bill.—By Mr. J. MAXWELL, from Paisley, for the Repeal of the Duty on Attornies' Certificates; and from East Kilbride, for an Amendment of the Law of Church Patronage in Scotland. By Mr. HODGES and Lord EBRINGTON, from several Places, for Relieving the Dissenters from their present Grievances with regard to Marriage, Registration, and Church Rates.—By Lord MORPETH, from Heckmond-wicke, for a Repeal of the Corn Laws.—By Mr. F. FITZSIMON, from Tullamore and Clara, for the Abolition of the Punishment of Death.—By Sir R. INGLIS, from Bedford, for Amending the Reform Act. By Sir R. DONKIN, from the Shipowners of Berwick-upon-Tweed, for Inquiry into the Distress of the Shipping Interest.—By Mr. ROLFE, from Falmouth, for Extending the Vicinity of that Borough.—By Mr. TODD, from HONITON; and Sir RICHARD VYVYAN, from St. Stephen's, Bristol, against the Assessed Taxes.