§ BILLS. Public.—1a Statute Labour (Scotland).
§ 3o and passed:—Mutiny; Marine Mutiny.
§ Private.—1o Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway; Preston and Wyre Railway Branches; Grand Junction Railway; Chester and Holyhead Railway (No. 2) (Mold Branch, and Purchase of Chester and Birkenhead Railway); Exeter and Crediton Railway; Monmouth and Hereford Railway; Runcorn and Preston Brook Railway and Docks; Dublin Pipe Water.
§ 2o Taunton Gas.
§ Reported.—Liverpool Docks; Manchester Division Stipendiary Magistrate (re-committed).
§ 3o and passed:—Thames Navigation Debt.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By Mr. Hamilton, and Mr. Shaw, from several places, for Encouragement of Schools in connexion with Church Education Society (Ireland).—By 389 Sir P. Egerton, from Wharton, for better Observance of the Lord's Day.—By Viscounts Duncan, Newport, and Newry and Morne, Lord J. Russell, Sirs J. Chetwode, J. Easthope, G. Grey, H. Halford, and C. Lemon, Colonels Lowthcr, Sibthorp, and Wood, Captains Harris, and Pechell, and Messrs. Aldam, Astell, Beckett, C. Berkeley, H. Berkeley, Blewitt, Broadley, Brownrigg, Buck, Busfeild, Carew, Chapman, Christopher, Clifton, Cobden, Curteis, Denison, Dickinson, O. Duncombe, T. Duncombe, Egerton, Ellis, Gladstone, Gore, Greenall, Grimsditch, Hastie, Hawes, Henley, Hussey, Irton, Labouchere, Marjoribanks, Masterman, Matheson, Mundy, Muntz, S. O'Brien, Ord, Packe, Palmer, Patten, Plumptre, Repton, Sanderson, Sheridan, Smith, Strutt, Tollemache, Turner, Villiers, Waddington, and Wortley, from an immense number of places (552 Petitions), against the Grant to Maynooth College.—By Sir P. Egerton, Viscount Newport, Powell, and Colonel Wyndham, from several places, against Union of St, Asaph and Bangor.—By Mr. F. Maule, from Perth, for Abolition of Tests in Scotch Universities.—By Mr. Heathcote, and Mr. Heneage, from several places, against Importation of Hill Coolies into the Colonies.—By Mr. Allix, and Mr. Plumptre, from several places, for Revision of Corn Law.—By Mr. Bannerman, Mr. Hume, and Mr. Rutherford, from several places, for Reduction of Tolls and Dues levied by Lighthouses.—By Mr. Aglionby, from Farmers frequenting Epsom Market, for Repealing the Malt Duty.—By Mr. Cobden. Mr. Denison, and Viscount Ingestre, from several places, for Alteration of the Colleges of physicians and Surgeons Bill.—By Mr. Escott, from William Taunton, for Regulating Costs.—By Viscount Clive, from several places, for the Establishment of County Courts.—By Mr. Ferrand, Mr. Hawes, and Lord J. Russell, from several places, in favour of the Ten Hours System.—By Mr. O. Duncombe, Mr. Elphinstone, and Mr. Fitzroy, from several places, against Justices' Clerks and Clerks of the Peace Bill.—By Colonel Clive, from Coventry, in favour of the Museums of Art Bill.—By Mr. Allix, Mr. H. Berkeley, Mr. Patten, and Mr. S. Wortley, from several places, against the Parochial Settlement Bill.—By Mr. H. Berkeley, and Mr. Mangles, from Bristol and Guildford, against the Physic and Surgery Bill.—By Mr. Rutherford, from Leith, for Alteration of Prisons (Scotland) Act.—By Mr. Brotherton, and Sir P. Egerton, from several places, for Diminishing the Number of Public Houses.—By Mr. Egerton, Lord Ashley, Sir E. Filmer, and Mr. A. Smith, from several places, for Alteration of Law relating to the Sale Of Beer.