§ MINUTES.] NEW WRIT. Montrose District of Burghs, vice Patrick Chalmers, Chiltern Hundreds.
§ BILLS. Public.—1° Timber Ships; Fisheries (Ireland).
§ 2°. Indemnity.
§ Reported.—Corn Importation.
§ 3°. and passed:—Forged Exchequer Bills.
§ private—2° Liebert's Naturalisation.
§ 3°. and passed:—West Stirlingshire Roads.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Macaulay, from Edinburgh, in favour of National Education, and praying for the Establishment of Parochial Schools.—By Mr. Ferrand, from a Parish in Glamorganshire, complaining of the extent to which the Truck System was carried—By Dr. Bowring, from Tillicoultry, London, Topsham, Regent's Park, St, Anne's, Limehouse, Crayford, and Stratford, for the Repeal of the Corn-laws—By Sir H. Douglas, from the Cordwainers of Liverpool, Devonport, Tynemouth, and Other places, against the proposed Alteration of the Import Duty of Boots and Shoes. —By Lord Eliot, from persons connected with the Pilchard Fisheries, that measures might be taken for procuring the remission of the onerous Duties payable on Pilchards Imported into Naples.—By Sir Robert Peel, from Roscommon, in favour of the Alteration in the Tariff as regards the Importation of Cattle—By Dr. Bowring, from Dublin, that the House would interpose its authority with the East India Company for the production of certain Documents to the Agents of the Raja of Sattara.—By an hon. Member, from St. Ann's, Shandon, Cork, Youghall, Kilmeen, and other places, against the present System of National Education in Ire-land.—By an hop. Member, from Brailsford, against any further Grant to Maynooth College.— From J, Alexander, and others, for Encouraging the Importation of Grain in preference to Flour—From the East Essex Agricultural Society, against the Corn Importation Bill,