§ BILLS. Public.—1o. Customs (New South Wales); Clerks to Attornies; Consolidated Fund (6,969,856l. 10s. 3d.).
§ 2o. Marriages (Ireland); Books and Engravings.
§ Reported.—Turnpike Trusts (South Wales); Transfer of Licenses (Post Horses, Ireland); Grand Jury Presentments (Dublin).
§ 3o. and passed:—Joint Stock Companies Registration and Regulation; Railways; Duchy of Cornwall Assessionable Manors; Duchy of Cornwall Lands; Lecturers and Parish Clerks; Ecclesiastical Jurisdictions; Three-and-a-Half per Cents. Dissentients.
§ Private.—2o. Werrington, etc. Curacies; Bowyer's Estate.
§ Reported. — Willenhall Chapel Estate; Hitchins' (or Peach's) Estate; Cheape's Divorce.
§ 3o. and passed:—Archbutt's Divorce.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Darby, from Uckfield, against Repeal of Corn Laws.—By Sir J. R. Reid, from Trelawney, Jamaica, against Reduction in the Differential Duties.—By Sir Thomas Esmonde, from Wexford County (2), against Charitable Bequests Bill.—By Visct. Sandon, from Liverpool, for Alteration of County Courts Bill.