§ Petitions presented. By the Earl of HAREWOOD, from Dewsbury, in favour of the Removal of the Assizes for the West Hiding of Yorkshire from York to Wakefield; and from the Landowners of Septon, to the same effect. By the Marquis of ORMOND, against the additional Duty on Spirits, from Kilkenny. By Viscount CLIFDEN, from the Directors of a Provincial Bank in Ireland, against the Punishment of Death for Forgery. By the Bishop of LONDON, from Chelmsford, for the Abolition of Slavery in the Colonies. By the Marquis of CLEVELAND, from the Shipowners of South Shields, against the Duties on Coals. By Earl BEAUCHAMP, from the Magistrates, Clergy, and Inhabitants of the City of Worcester, against the Punishment of Death for Forgery. By Lord WHARNCLIFFE, from a Dissenting Congregation near Leeds, praying the Abolition of Slavery. By the Marquis of CLEVELAND, from the Shipowners of New-castle-upon-Tyne, for the reduction of the Duty on Coals. By the Duke of DEVONSHIRE, from the City of Water-ford, complaining of Taxation, and praying Relief. By Earl GOWER, from Ross, against the increased Duty on British Corn Spirits.