§ New Member. Major General Morison, for Clackmannan.
§ Bills. 1° Colonial Passengers; Van Dieman's Land.
§ Private Bills. 1— Bristol Boundary; Blackburn and Charley Road; South Eastern Railway; St. Austel Market; St. Marylebone Parish; Surrey New Roads; Liver-pool Paving; Granton Pier.—2° Greenwich Railway; Birkenhead Improvement.
§ Petitions presented. From several parties, in favour of Severn Navigation BilL—By Mr. Brotherton, from Accrington, Captain Berkeley, from Bristol, Mr. Marsland, from Stockport, Mr. B. Wood, from Southwark, Mr. Fox Maule, from Perth, and several other hon. Members, from a number of places, for the Abolition of the Cornlaws.—By Viscount Sandon, from Millers of Liverpool, for Encouraging the Importation of Wheat more than Flour; and from Liverpool, against the Buildings Regulation Bill.—By Mr. T. Duncombe, from an Individual of Brighton, for an Alteration in the Rate-paying Clauses of the Reform Act.—By Mr. Fox Maule, from Birming-ham, and Viscount Sandon, from Liverpool, against the Boroughs Improvement Bill.—By Mr. B. Wood, from Southwark, and other places, and Captain Berkeley, from Marylebone, for Redeeming the Tolls on the Metropolitan Bridges.—By Mr. Macaulay, from Edinburgh, to Examine Captains and Mates of Ships before they are Appointed.— By an hon. Member, from Little Bedwyn, for Extension of the Church of England.—By an hon. Member from Antrim, for Legalizing Dissenters Marriages.