§ BILLS. Public.—1°. Corn Duties Repeal.
§ 2°. Insolvent Debtors; Assessed Taxes; Grand Jury Presentments; Manchester, Birmingham, and Bolton Police.
§ Committed.—Fisheries; Primrose Hill.
§ Committed and Reported.—Stamp Duties; Game Certificates; Municipal Corporations; Rivers (Ireland).
§ 3°. and passed: South Australia; Poor-law Amendment; Court of Chancery Offices Abolition; Election Trials; Wide Streets (Dublin); Prisons.
§ Private.—Committed and Reported.—St. Briavel's Small Debts; Joint Stock Banking Companies.
§ PETITIONS PRESENTED. By the Earl of Glengall, and the Earl of Mount Cashell, from the Grand Jury of Queen's County, Physicians and Surgeons of Limerick, Medical Practitioners of Donegal, supporters of the Killala Dispensary, and Governors of Mayo Infirmary, against the Medical Charities (Ireland) Bill.—By the Earl of Glengall, from Charles Patteson, for the production of a letter written by him to Mr. Dennis Phelan; and from the Guardians of the Poor of Lowtherstone, for Inquiry into the conduct of the Poor-law Commissioners (Ireland).— From Schoolmasters of Scotland, for better Remuneration.—From Win. Stuckey, for Inquiry into the mode of Filtration.