§ Counsel were heard at considerable length for the Appellant, on the Appeal Cause from the Court of Chancery, J.I. Keighly v. the East India Company. After which their lordships deferred the farther hearing of the case till Tuesday.—Mr. Hobhouse, accompanied by several Members, brought up the following Kills from the Commons, viz. The Annual Indemnity Bill, the Malt Tax, the Place and Pension Duty, the Sugar Bounties Drawback, the East India Bonds Duty, the Bank of Ireland Restriction, the Habeas Corpus Suspension Bill, and the Irish Martial Law Continuation Bills. They were severally read a first time; the two last-mentioned bills were, on the motion of lord Hawkesbury, ordered to be printed; his lordship at the same time gave notice of his intention to move for the second reading of those bills on Monday next.