§ BILLS. Public 1° Right of Voting (Dublin University); Municipal Corporations (Ireland). 2°Bribery at Elections (No. 2). Considered in Committee, and Reported—Customs. 3° and passed:—Railways. Private.—Reported.—Leicester Small Debts. 3° and passed:—Broomyards Roads.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Lord Barnard, from Cork, for Amendment of the Municipal Corporations Act.—By Sir R. Fergusson, from Londonderry, for the Abolition of Church Patronage (Scotland).—By Mr. Cobden, from Paddock, for further Limiting the Hours of Labour of Young People in Factories.—By Mr. B. Wood, and Mr. Hume, from Freeholders, &c. of the South side of the Metropolis, and from Lambeth, for the Abolition of the Tolls on Waterloo, and the other Metropolitan Bridges By Mr. Leader, from the Western Literary and Scientific Institution, for relieving such Institutions from the Payment Of Rates and Taxes.—From Kirkburton, and Swansea, against the Mines and Collieries BilL—From the Guardians of the Londonderry Union, for Amendment of the Poor Relief (Ireland) Act.—From the County of Cork, against the Fisheries (Ireland) Bill.—By Mr. Sheil, from St. James's, Westminster, Weymouth, Melcombe Regis, Bristol, and Liverpool, for the Ballot—From the Company of the undertakers of the Grand Canal, against the Drainage (Ireland) Bill—From William Withain, against the Newfoundland Bill.—From the Guardians of the Walsall Union, to Purchase Food Duty Free.—From the Guardians of Stourbridge, against the New Poor-law.