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House of Lords Journal Volume 62: Index K-Z

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Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 62, 1830. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, [n.d.].

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Keble et al. v. Templer et al., et e con.; To be heard . - Heard. - Considered in part. - Put off. - Fully considered, and Interlocutors in Original Appeal Reversed in part, with a Declaration, and Interlocutors in the Cross Appeal Affirmed, and Cause remitted.

Kellie Claim of Peerage; Petition of The Earl of Mar to His Majesty, claiming the Titles of Earl of Kellie, Viscount Fenton and Lord Dirlton, presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges.

Kenmare, Earl of; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Kennedy, T. F., Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges in Scotland. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially, with Amendments; a Clause added, and Bill to be ingrossed . - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Ker et al. v. Sir R. W. Vaughan, Baronet, et al.; Appeal presented, and Clarke to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellants for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - and another v. Bell et al.; Appeal presented, and Thomson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petitioner allowed until Second Day of next Session.

Ketley Iron Works; Report of Mr. Telford respecting the Road from, in Shropshire, to Chirke in North Wales; ordered. - Delivered, and to be printed.

Kid Skins, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 134.

Kidwelly, & c. Inclosure; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

King, The; A Bill to enable, to appoint certain Persons to affix the Royal Signature to Instruments requiring such Signature, presented by The Lord Chancellor, read 1a, and to be printed, and Standing Orders Nos 26 and 155 to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Considered and dispensed with; Bill read 2a (on Motion), and committed immediately; House in Committee; Amendments made; Reported and agreed to; Bill to be ingrossed; 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons by Two of the Judges. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - present, on the Prorogation of Parliament.
-, - v. Westwood; Writ of Error; to be further considered, and the Judges to attend to deliver their Opinion on the Question of Law put to them last Session.-Judges Opinions delivered seriatim, and further Consideration of Cause put off . - Considered, and Judgment Affirmed.
-, - Demise of The, George the Fourth; House met on occasion of, pursuant to Act 6th Anne, C. 7.
-, - Message on occasion of; Vide Message, No 19.-Address of Condolence on; Vide Address, No 25.

King's Bench Prison, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 120.
-, - The, Signature to Public Instruments; Message and Address respecting; Vide Message, No 10.; Address, No 18.; Committee, No 9.

Kingsbury Episcopi Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Kingston Bridge; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - near Lewes Inclosure; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - upon Hull and Hedon Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed; and Petition of W. Iveson, that an Indemnity may be provided for the Mortgagees who hold Securities under the Provisions of the Hedon Road Acts, presented and referred to the Committee. - Bill reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Kirkby and Pinxton Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. -3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Kirkpatrick v. Innes et al.; Appeal revived on the Part of One of the Respondents (on Petition). - To be heard. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £50 Costs.

Labourers Wages, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 22. 39. 46.

Lamb Skins, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 134.

Land Revenue, Report respecting; Vide Woods, Forests and Land Revenue.
-, - Tax, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 183, 184.
-, - Redemption Acts, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 72.

Langston et al. v. Langston et al.; Appeal presented, and Bowker to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in . - Hearing appointed.

Law, Business of Courts of; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 195 to 221.
-, - of Libel; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. -Moved, that the House be now put into a Committee; objected to, and Debate thereon adjourned during Pleasure. - Deate resumed, and Motion, on Question, agreed to; House in Committee; Bill reported; an Amendment moved, and negatived; a Dissentient, with Reasons, entered, and Bill to be read 3a. -3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Petition for the Revision of the; Vide Petitions, No 65.

Lead, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 96, 97. 135. - Petitions respecting, Nos 43. 72.

Leather Articles, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 127.
-, - Duties Repeal; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Leather Duty, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 12.

Leeds and Selby Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Seven Petitions in favor. - Two Petitions in favor. - Twenty-six Petitions in favor. - Petition of Marchioness of Hertford and others, against. - Moved, that the Bill be now read 2a; objected to, and, on Question, resolved in the Affirmative; 2a, and committed, and Petitions referred to the Committee, with Leave to The Marchioness of Hertford and others to be heard by Counsel against, as also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Petitions in favor, presented and referred to Committee. - Bill reported, with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons . - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Leicester and Swannington Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported . - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Lennox, Dukedom of; Petition of Laval Count Nugent, and his Wife, The Duchess of Riario Sforza, that any Claim thereto vested in the said Duchess may not be prejudiced by the Proceedings on the Claim of The Earl of Darnley to the said Dukedom, presented and referred to the Committee for Privileges on the said Claim.

Leonard Stanley Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Lewis and another v. Bridgman and another; Petition to present Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee . - Report made, that Appeal may be presented within a Fortnight. - Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.

Lifford, Viscount; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Light House, & c. Dues, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 148.

Lighthouses (Northern), Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 47.

Limerick Hospital Bill; - Road Bill; Vide Ireland.

Lincoln, The Bishop of, (or Mirehouse,) et al. v. Rennell; Writ of Error; To be heard, and Judges to attend. - Put off. - To be heard. - Put off. - Heard in part (the Judges being present). - Fully heard, and a Question of Law put to the Judges (who were present), and Consideration put off.

Lindsay v. Jaffray and another; Appeal presented. - Taylor to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in.

Linen, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.
-, - Manufactures, Ireland, Leases for, Bill; Vide Ireland.
-, - Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 105.

Little Addington Inclosure Bill; Vide Addington.
-, - Bolton Improvement Bill; Vide Bolton.

Liverpool and Holyhead Roads, Report respecting; Message for; Vide Message, No 16.
-, - Docks, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 51.
-, - Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Improvement; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Logan and another v. Wright et al.; Appeal presented, and Caldwell to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in . - Petition of Respondents for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed.
-, - et al. v. Wienholt and another; Hearing appointed . - Separate Petitions of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petitions complied with.

London Assurance Companies; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Bishop of; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 64.
-, - Approaches; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Petition of Inhabitants of the Ward of Bridge, to be heard by Counsel against. - Royal Assent.

London, General Cemetery for; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 118.
-, - Paving and Sewers of; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 64.

Londonderry School Bill; Vide Hay and others.

Longtown Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Lords take the Oaths; Catholic, ibid.; Catholic. - The Lord Chancellor (on occasion of the Demise of His Majesty King George the Fourth). - Lords take the Oaths; ibid.; Catholic, ibid.; Catholics, ibid.; Catholic, ibid.
-, - Summoned; ibid. ibid. ibid. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Order discharged. - Lords summoned. ibid. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned, ibid. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged. - Lords summoned. ibid.

Lottery Department; Copy of Treasury Minute granting Allowances to Persons employed in the late; delivered.

Louth, & c. Roads; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Lunacy, Account of Commissioners of; Vide Accounts, No 50.

Lunatic Licensing Balances Bill; Vide Clerks of the Peace Balances Bill.

Lunatics Property; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed. - Put off. - House to be in Committee. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and agreed to, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and ordered to be sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Lysaght and another v. Walker et al.; Writ of Error; Pleadings proved (Plaintiffs).

Macalister v. Macalister et al.; Petition to revive Appeal on the Part of the Appellant, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Put off. - Appellant's Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £50 Costs.

Maccabe v. Hussey and another; Appeal presented, and Kiernan to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. Petition of One of the Respondents for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee.- Report made, and Petition complied with.

Macclesfield Waterworks; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Macdougall v. Purrier; Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Machinery, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 87.

Macintyre et al. v. Macdonald and another; Appeal presented, and Robertson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.

Mackay v. Davidson and another; Appeal presented. - Appeal amended (on Petition). - Petition of Appellant for a Fortnight's Time to petition for Leave to sue in formâ pauperis, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Appellant to sue in formâ pauperis (on Petition). - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Mackenzie v. Gilchrist; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - v. Houston, et e contra; Appeal presented, and Fraser to enter into Recognizance. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. Respondent peremptorily to answer. - Answer brought in . - Cross Appeal presented. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee . - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - v. Macartney; Appeal presented, and Richardson to enter into Recognizance.
-, - v. Rose; Appeal presented, and Fraser to enter into Recognizance. - Appeal withdrawn (on Petition).

Mackenzie v. Rose; Appeal presented, and Fraser to enter into Recognizance.

Mac Pherson v. Cameron et al.; Appeal presented, and Poole to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

Mactavish v. Scott et al.; revived on the Part of the Appellant (on Petition).

Madras, Registrar at; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - Petition of B. Hutchinson Esquire, for Insertion of a Clause for Payment of his Claims; and 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Malmesbury Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Malt and Beer Duties, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 4.
-, - Duties, & c.; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Duty, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 6. 10. 27. - Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 173.

Manchester Improvement; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed; and Petition of Owners of Property, & c. of Manchester against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman; and a Petition in favor, presented and referred to the Committee. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Mansfield and Chesterfield Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Manufactures and Produce, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 40. 161.

Margate Pier and Harbour, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 71.

Market Harborough Roads; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Marriage; Bill to annul; Vide Hickson.
-, - Bills to dissolve; Vide Divorce Bills.
-, - Registration of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 59.
-, - Service, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 61.

Marriages; A Bill to render valid Marriages solemnized in certain Churches and Chapels, presented by The Lord Bishop of London, read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed . - House in Committee; Amendments made, and Bill as amended to be printed. - Report of Amendments to be received. - Amendments reported and agreed to; further Amendments made, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to . - Royal Assent.

Marshall, John, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. 2a, and committed. - Reported, with Amendments, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Masters in Chancery Bill; Vide Chancery.

Maule, The Honorable William, v. Major General (now The Honorable) James Ramsay; To be heard. - Petition of Appellants to postpone the Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition not complied with. - Put off. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with a Declaration.

Maxwell, Messieurs, and Co. v. Stevenson and Co.; Appeal presented, and Richardson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.

M'Donald v. M'Donald; Appeal presented, and Dobie to enter into Recognizance. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. Report made, and allowed One Week in next Session.

M'Gavin v. Stewart (1st Appeal); To be heard. - Put off . - Heard in part. - Put off. - To be further heard. - Put off. - To be further heard. Fully heard. - Considered. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed, and Cause remitted, with Directions.
-, - v. Stewart (2d Appeal); On Petition of both Parties, the Cause to stand over until Decision of First Appeal. - To be heard. - Put off. - To be heard . - Put off. - On Petition of Appellant, the Interlocutors Reversed in Terms of the First Appeal between the same Parties.

M'Gregor, Sir E.J.M., Baronet, v. The East India Company et al.; Appeal presented. - Macdougall to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in.

M'Grigor et al. v. Cochran; Appeal presented, and Robertson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

M'Lellan v. M'Leod; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. To be heard. - Heard in part. - To be further heard . - Put off. - Fully heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

M'Taggart v. Jeffrey; Petition of James Kerr to appear as Respondent in the Place of William Jeffrey, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Medicines, Stamp Duty on; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 117.

Meggett and another v. Douglas; Appeal presented. - Crawfurd to enter into Recognizance.

Mein v. M'Clelland et al.; To be heard.- Put off. - To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Mellish v. Richardson; Writ of Error; To be heard, and the Judges to attend. - Put off.

Meltham Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Petition against. - 2a, and committed, and the Petition against, referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman; and a Witness to attend the Committee, and produce certain Papers. - Petition against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel .- The Marshall of the King's Bench to bring William Rayner, a Prisoner in his Custody, forthwith to the Bar, to be sworn, in order to give Evidence before the Committee, and also to bring him before the Committee; and W. Rayner to bring the Minutes of the Commissioners under the Meltham Inclosure Act. - Reported, with Amendments, and Consideration put off for Six Months.
-, - A Second Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, with an Amendment. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons . - Returned, Amendment agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, Merchants Seamen; Contribution to Greenwich Hospital; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 76.
-, Merlin's Bridge Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Message - (1.) from The King, stating that His Majesty is labouring under severe Indisposition, which renders it inconvenient and painful to Him to sign Public Instruments; and relying on Parliament to consider of the Means by which His Majesty may be enabled to provide for the temporary Discharge of that important Function of the Crown; delivered (by Command) by The Duke of Wellington, and an Address of Concurrence ordered, Nemine Dissentiente, thereupon. - Vide Address, No 18; King's, The, Signature Bill.
-, 2. - on occasion of the Demise of His late Majesty King George the Fourth; and for Provision for the Public Service between the Close of this Session and the assembling of a new Parliament; delivered (by Command) by The Duke of Wellington, and an Address of Condolence ordered, Nemine Dissentiente, thereupon, (Vide Address, No 25.); Message to be further considered, and Lords summoned.- Address of Concurrence with the latter Part of His Majesty's Message, moved; moved to adjourn the Debate on the Motion until To-morrow; objected to; and, on Question, it was resolved in the Negative, and a Dissentient entered; then it was moved to agree to the Motion as at first made; objected to, and an Amendment moved, to leave out from ("That") to the End of the Motion, and insert certain Words; on Question, that the Words proposed to be left out stand Part of the Motion, it was resolved in the Affirmative, and Address ordered. - (Vide Address, No 26.)
-, 3. - from the Commons, for the Evidence taken in the last Session before the Select Committee on the Coal Trade; and Evidence delivered to the Messengers.
-, 4. - from the Commons, to desire a Conference on a Matter of high Importance to the due Administration of Justice; Conference agreed to, and appointed; Vide Conference.
-, 5. - for Evidence taken before the Select Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company; Evidence delivered to the Messengers.
-, 6. - to the Commons, requesting that they will give Leave to Members to attend the following Committees of this House; vizt. Select Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company; Sir E. H. East Baronet. - Leave given. - J. Stewart, Esq. - Committee for Privileges on Viscount Boyne's Claim; Sir M. Somerville, Baronet. - Commons will send an Answer. - Leave given.
-, 7. - for the Glossary to the Fifth Report, made 28th July 1812, from the Select Committee of that House on the Affairs of The East India Company. - Communicated; to be printed, and referred to Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company.
-, 8. - for the Report, in Session 1828, on the Laws relating to Irish and Scottish Vagrants. - Communicated.- To be printed.
-, 9. - for the Evidence on which they passed the East Retford Election Bill. - Commons will send an Answer. - Communicated, and to be printed.
-, 10. - for Sir R. L. Dundas, Baronet, and S. Crompton, Esquire, (Members,) to attend on the Second Reading of the East Retford Election Bill. - Commons will send an Answer, ibid.
-, 11. - to direct one of their Clerks to attend on the Second Reading of the above Bill, and to produce certain Petitions and other Documents. - Commons will send an Answer. - Minutes of Evidence and certain Books and Letters delivered at the Bar, ibid.
-, 12. - to give Directions to the proper Officer to attend with the original Reports from the Select Committee in 1827, to try the Merits of the Petition of Sir H. W. Wilson and others, complaining of an undue Election and Return for East Retford . - Commons will give Directions as desired. - Delivered.
-, 13. - for Report of the Committee appointed to take into Consideration the Eighteenth Report of the Commissioners of Judicial Enquiry in Ireland. - Commons will send an Answer. - Communicated, and to be printed.
-, 14. - for the proper Officer to attend with the Documents produced before the Select Committee of that House appointed to take into Consideration the Eighteenth Report of the Commissioners of Judicial Enquiry in Ireland, with the Depositions forwarded to those Commissioners by Sir Jonah Barrington. - Commons had given Directions as desired. - Documents communicated.
-, 15. - for the Report on the Northern Roads . - Communicated. - To be printed.
-, 16. - for Report on the Sale of Beer. - Communicated, and to be printed.
-, 17. - for Report on the Holyhead and Liverpool Roads.
-, 18. - for Reports respecting the Criminal Law in Session 1824. - Commons will send an Answer. - Communicated, and to be printed.
-, 19. - for the Minutes of Evidence taken before the Select Committee of that House on the State of the Poor of Ireland.
-, 20. - for Report of the Committee of the present Session on the State of the Poor of Ireland.
-, 21. - to the Commons, for Evidence taken before the Select Committee of that House on the Affairs of The East India Company. - Communicated, and to be printed.
-, 22. - for First and Second Reports, in Session 1819, on the State of Disease and Condition of the Labouring Poor in Ireland . - Communicated.
-, 23. - for Report of the Committee on the Holyhead and Liverpool Roads. - Communicated. - To be printed.

Metropolis Turnpike Roads, Fourth Report of Commissioners of; delivered, and to be printed.

Mexborough, Earl of; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Mildmay, Captain Edward St. John; Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition), and read 1a; to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made, a Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court being first delivered (upon Oath) at the Bar. - Second Reading put off, and several Witnesses to attend. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Witnesses examined; Bill 2a, and committed; and Lords summoned. - Went through Committee, with an Amendment. - Amendment reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, an Amendment made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to with Amendments. - Amendments considered and agreed to, ibid. - Royal Assent.

Military Account Department, Ireland; Paper respecting; Vide Ireland.
-, - Royal, Canal; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 70.
-, - Stores exported to India, Account of; Vide Accounts, No 38.

Militia Ballot Suspension; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Officers, & c. of County of Down, Qualifications of; Return of; Vide Ireland.
-, - Return of Qualifications of, and Deputy Lieutenants; Vide Deputy Lieutenants.
-, - Pay; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Mirehouse and others v. Rennell; Writ of Error; Vide Lincoln, Bishop of.

Mistakes in References to Acts; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Monks Risborough Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed; Three Petitions against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, as also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Committee put off. - Reported, with an Amendment. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendment agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Mont Eagle, The Lord, having signed the Test Roll as The Marquess of Sligo; Proceedings on; Vide Test Roll.

Montgomerie, Lady M., and another, v. Messieurs Rundell and Company et al., et e con.; Appeal presented, and Mundell to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Cross Appeal presented. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases in both Appeals, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Respondents peremptorily to answer Cross Appeal. - Petition of Respondents for an early Day, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and First Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed. Cross Appeal to be heard with Original. - Report made, and Second Petition withdrawn.

Montgomery, Sir J., Baronet, et al. v. Marquess of Queensberry and another; Appeal presented, and Chalmer to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of both Parties for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be heard. - Put off. - Heard. - Consideration put off . - Order discharged. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed.
-, - v. Maxwell; Petition of Appellants to put off the Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Hearing put off. - Put off. - Order discharged. - Heard. - Consideration put off to next Session.

Monson, Frederick John Baron, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Father.

Morgan v. Evans et al., et e contra; Appeal presented. - Two Answers brought in. - Petition of Appellant, and Two Petitions of Respondents for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Respondent, H. Evans, to present a Cross Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petitions complied with. - Cross Appeal presented. - Answer to Cross Appeal brought in. - Petition of Appellant and some of the Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petitioners allowed until the First Day of next Session.

Morrison et al. v. Mitchell; To be heard. - Put off . - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Put off. - To be heard. - Heard. - Considered, and Cause Remitted, with Directions.

Morton v. Messieurs Hunters and Co.; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Motion -1. for a Return of the Amount of the Money levied and expended for the Relief of the Poor in each Parish in England and Wales, for the Year ending 25th March 1830; specifying the Amount paid for other Purposes than the actual Relief of the Poor; objected to; and (by Leave of the House) withdrawn.
-, 2. - That no Pacification or Settlement of Greece will appear to this House permanently advantageous to the Interests of Europe, or honourable to His Majesty's Crown, which does not give to that Country a Territory sufficient for National Defence both by Land and Sea, and which does not establish therein a Government with full Powers to adapt its Laws and Institutions to the Wants and Wishes of the People, and to protect its Subjects from all Foreign Interference in their Domestic Concerns; which being objected to, and the previous Question thereupon moved; after Debate, on Question, that the said Question be now put, resolved in the Negative.
-, 3. - for Address for Copies of any farther Dispatches to and from Sir Henry Wellesley, now Lord Cowley, respecting the Conferences held at Vienna in the Month of October 1827: A Copy of the Instructions given to Sir William Henry Clinton, Commander of the British Forces sent to Lisbon in the Month of December 1826; and Copies of any subsequent Dispatches to the same Officer, as far as such Dispatches relate to the Object and Extent of the Employment of the British Force in Portugal: Copies of any Instructions given or Communications made to Sir William A'Court, now Lord Heytesbury, upon the same Occasion: Copies of any Dispatches received from Sir William A'Court, between the 4th of August 1826 and the Time of his Departure from Lisbon; and also of any Dispatches addressed to Sir William A'Court by His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, during the same Period, as far as such Dispatches relate to the internal Political Affairs of Portugal: Copy of the Protocol of the Conference held at London on the 12th of January 1828, between the Ministers of England, Austria and Portugal: Copies of any farther Negotiations, or any other Instruments relating to the Settlement in England, referred to in the Dispatch of Sir Frederick Lamb of the 1st of March 1828: A Copy of the Instructions given to Sir Frederick Lamb, His Majesty's Ambassador to the Regent of Portugal: Copies of such farther Dispatches, or such farther Extracts from the Dispatches from Sir Frederick Lamb, as relate to the Proceedings in Violation of the Engagements entered into by Don Miguel, and to the Steps directed by the British Government to be taken in consequence thereof: Copies of all Dispatches addressed to Sir Frederick Lamb by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs subsequent to the 1st of March 1828: Copies of all Communications between His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and the Portuguese Ambassador The Marquis Palmella subsequent to December 1826: A Copy of the Instructions given in 1828 to Lord Strangford, His Majesty's Ambassador to the Court of Rio Janeiro, and Copies of all Correspondence upon the Objects of his Mission: Copies of the whole Correspondence respecting the Arrival, Residence, and Departure of The Queen Maria de Gloria: Copies of the Correspondence which took place before the Arrival of the Portuguese Refugees, relating to their Reception in this Kingdom: Copies of the Correspondence between the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and The Marquis Barbacena, on the Subject of the Portuguese Refugees leaving Plymouth, and the subsequent Interruption of their landing in Terceira: The Protest of Count Saldanha transmitted to Captain Walpole, and referred to in the Sub- Enclosures, D. G. and K. in No. 39. of the Papers presented to this House: And Copies of any Communications made to or received from the Courts of France, Spain, Austria, and Brazil, relating to the Settlement of the Affairs of Portugal and to the Recognition of Don Miguel as King of that Country; objected to; after long Debate, on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, 4. - That this House do resolve itself into a Committee of the Whole House, to consider the Internal State of the Country; objected to, and an Amendment moved, to leave out from ("That") to the End of the Motion, and insert ("a Select Committee be appointed to enquire into the State of the Agriculture and Manufacture of the Kingdom, for the Purpose of ascertaining whether any and what Relief can be derived from an Extension of Foreign Trade"); after long Debate, the proposed Amendment was (by Leave of the House), withdrawn; and, on Question to agree to the original Motion, resolved in the Negative, and a Dissentient, with Reasons, entered.
-, 5. - That a Select Committee be appointed to take into Consideration the Internal State of the Country, as far as it relates to the Condition of the Working Classes, and the Effect of Taxation upon productive Industry; objected to; and, after long Debate, on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, 6. - to resolve, That prior to the 12th of December 1828, Her Majesty The Queen Donna Maria the Second had been recognized by His Majesty and the other great Powers of Europe to be the legitimate Queen of Portugal, and that at the Period above named the said Queen was residing in this Country, and had been received by His Majesty with the accustomed Honours of Her Royal Rank; objected to; after long Debate, on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, Then it was moved to resolve, That on the said 12th of December the Island of Terceira, Part of the Dominions of The Queen of Portugal, was governed by Authorities, Civil and Military, in Allegiance to Her Majesty; objected to; on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, Then it was moved to resolve, That on the said 12th of December Instructions were given by The Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty, stating that "a considerable Number of Portuguese Soldiers, and other Foreigners, are about to sail in Transports from Plymouth or Falmouth, and it is supposed they intend making an Attack on Terceira, or other of the Western Isles; and His Majesty having been pleased to command that a Naval Force should be immediately dispatched to interrupt any such Attempt, you are hereby required and directed to take the Ship and Sloop named in the Margin under your Command, and to proceed with all practicable Expedition to Terceira; and having ascertained that you have succeeded in reaching that Island before the Transports above alluded to, you will remain yourself at Angra or Praia, or cruizing close to the Island in the most advisable Position for intercepting any Vessels arriving off it; and you will detach the other Ships as you shall deem best for preventing the aforesaid Force from reaching any of the other Islands"; objected to; on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, Then it was moved to resolve, That on the Arrival of the Naval Force sent to Terceira in pursuance of these Instructions, the Commanding Officer found that Island in Possession of and governed by the Authorities above mentioned; objected to; on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, Then it was moved to resolve, That in the Beginning of January 1829, a Number of Portuguese, Subjects or Soldiers of Her said Majesty, voluntarily left this Country with a View of repairing to the said Island, and that their Departure and Destination were known to His Majesty's Government; that they appear to have embarked and sailed in unarmed Merchant Ships, to have been unaccompanied by any Naval Force, and themselves without any Arms or Ammunition of War; objected to; on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, Then it was moved to resolve, That these unarmed Merchant Ships and Passengers were prevented by His Majesty's Naval Forces, sent for the Purpose, from entering the Harbour of Porto Praia; and that after they had been fired into and Blood had been spilled, they were compelled, under the Threat of the further Use of Force, again to proceed to Sea, and warned to "quit the Neighbourhood of Terceira and the Rest of the Azores, but that they might proceed wherever else they might think proper;" objected to; on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, Then it was moved to resolve, That the Use of Force in intercepting these unarmed Vessels, and preventing them anchoring and landing their Passengers in the Harbour of Porto Praia, was a Violation of the Sovereignty of the State to which the Island of Terceira belonged; and that the further Interference to "compel these Merchant Ships or Transports to quit the Neighbourhood of the Azores," was an Assumption of Jurisdiction upon the High Seas, neither justified by the Necessity of the Case nor sanctioned by the general Law of Nations; objected to; and, on Question, resolved in the Negative, and a Dissentient, with Reasons, entered.
-, 7. - to resolve, That all Regulations, Prohibitions and Duties which prevent the Admission of Corn, and encrease the Price of that first Necessary of Life, are impolitic and unjust; a Regulation of the Trade in Corn for the pretended Benefit of the Public is a most impolitic Interference of Government in the Management of the most important of all Trades, which Government is wholly incompetent to direct, and which it never can attempt even to regulate without the greatest Detriment to the Public Interests; an absolute Prohibition subjects the Consumer to the most pernicious and the most odious of all Monopolies; a Duty levied upon Corn for the Purpose of raising a Revenue is the worst of all possible Taxes, being in Effect not less destructive than a Curse of Sterility inflicted on the Soil: That Great Britain, by the abundant Supply of Coals, by the Advantages of Machinery, by the Accumulation of Capital, and by superior Skill and Industry, possesses the rare and inestimable Advantage of being able to make the Labour of the People more efficient and more valuable than that of any Nation in the World; more efficient, because when that Labour is applied in directing the Powers of Steam and of Machinery, it produces more Goods than the same Quantity of Labour can produce elsewhere, and it is more valuable, because that Produce will exchange for the Produce of more Labour in any other Country; and in this Manner it highly contributes to the Encrease of Public Wealth and individual Enjoyment: That it is therefore the true Policy of England to encourage the full Development of her most productive Industry, to avail herself of all her great natural and acquired Advantages, and not to preclude the Country from the fullest Enjoyment of these Benefits, by prohibiting, under heavy Duties, (unless where at a Famine Price,) the Admission of Corn from Foreign Countries, where Labour applied to more fertile Soils can supply that Article of first Necessity at a far cheaper Rate than British Labour when applied to the least fertile Soil under Cultivation in this Kingdom can produce: That since the Enactment of the Corn Laws in 1815, the whole of that long Period (a Period also of uninterrupted Peace) has been marked by an unusually low Rate of Profits in all Trades, by an inadequate Reward of Labour, by the frequent Recurrence of Distress in the Manufacturing Districts, and by the heavy Pressure of Poor Rates in the Agricultural Counties; a State of Things the most opposite to the encreasing Wealth and Comforts which so eminently distinguished the Ten prosperous Years succeeding the Peace of 1782, when Foreign Wheat was without any Interruption admitted at a nominal Duty of Sixpence the Quarter: That great and flourishing Manufactures, by the superior Reward of Labour which they are able to afford, tend more materially to improve the Condition of all the Labouring Classes, by the constant Demand for the encreasing Population of their own and of the Agricultural Districts; they provide also the best Market for every Description of Agricultural Produce; they furnish the most ample and the most profitable Employment for the new Accumulations of Capital; they afford the Means of promoting, to an indefinite Extent, the general Prosperity and Wealth of the Country; or, if there be any Limit, that Limit is only determined by the Returns of Raw Produce which the great Market of the World is enabled to supply: That the Impediments which have been interposed by Law to the Admission of Foreign Corn have impaired and in some degree destroyed the Advantages which Nature and Industry had bestowed upon us; they have checked the Demand for our Produce; they have greatly repressed the Rate of all Profits, because the Rate of Profits in every Country must be regulated by the Return of that Portion of the National Capital which is employed in the Cultivation of the least fertile Soil; they have prevented our Labourers from receiving their just Reward, by confining them nearly to the Home Market, when a cheaper Supply could be procured elsewhere; they have rendered unavailing the Advantage which must otherwise have infallibly attended the Improvements of Machinery and the superior Facilities of Manufacture; they have checked the Prosperity of the Country; impoverished all the productive Classes; and, by the most perverse Policy, compelled our natural Customers to become our Competitors, our Rivals, and almost our Enemies; objected to; after Debate, on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, 8. - That an humble Address to presented to His Majesty, praying that He will be graciously pleased to appoint Commissioners to enquire and state whether any and what Abuses exist in the Church Establishment of England and Ireland, and, if any, to report upon such Measures as may be most expedient for the Remedy thereof; on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, 9. - for several Resolutions relative to the Poor Laws, and to their Administration; objected to, and (by Leave of the House) withdrawn.
-, 10. - That the House do now adjourn; and, after Debate, (by Leave of the House) withdrawn.
-, 11. - for Address for Copies of all Correspondence from His Majesty's Ambassadors and Ministers Abroad, which relate to the Assurances given by Austria and Prussia to aid in deciding The Porte to accept the Propositions of the Three Allied Courts, as alluded to in the Protocol of the 12th July 1827: Also, Copies of all Correspondence from His Majesty's Ambassadors at Vienna and Berlin, indicative of the Sentiments of those Courts on the present proposed Settlement of Greece; objected to, and, on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, 12. - for Address for Copies of or Extracts from all Dispatches of His Majesty's Ambassadors at the Courts of Constantinople and Vienna, between the 6th July 1827 and the 11th December 1827, which relate to the Concurrence of the Courts of Vienna and Berlin in the Views taken by the Three Contracting Powers of the Treaty of the 6th July 1827, and to the Co-operation of the Ministers of those Two Courts in enforcing those Views; objected to, and, on Question, resolved in the Negative.
-, 13. - for Address for Copy of Sir Edward Codrington's Letter to the Secretary of The Lord High Admiral, dated 26th of January 1828, and the Enclosures; also Sir Edward Codrington's Letter to Sir H. Wellesley, of the 18th of October 1827, relative to the Conduct of the Austrian Government and Austrian Fleet as to their Co-operation in the Treaty of London; objected to, and (by Leave of the House) withdrawn.

Mount-Sandford, Lord; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges in Ireland. - Judges Report read (on Petition), and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially, with Amendments, and Bill to be ingrossed. - Petition of Lord Mount-Sandford and W. H. W. Newenham, Esquire, for the Introduction of a Clause to grant Agricultural Leases. - To be read 3a. - 3a; a Clause added by way of Ryder; Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Mullins et al. v. Townsend; Petition of both Parties to receive Copies of Documents authenticated by Agents without further Proof, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Petition of Appellants to put off the Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Hearing put off . - Pleadings proved (both Parties). - Hearing put off. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Consideration put off sine Die.

Munro (or Rose) and another v. Saunders (or Woodman) et al.; Petition of Appellants for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be heard. - Put off. - To be heard . - Heard. - To be considered. - Put off . - Considered, and Interlocutors in part Reversed.
-, - and another v. Drummond et al.; On Petition of Appellants, Cause to be heard after the preceding Cause. - Put off. - To be heard. - Put off. - Heard. - To be considered. - Put off. - Order discharged. - Consideration put off to next Session.

Murray, Sir J., Baronet, et al. v. Howell et al.; Petition to present Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee . - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Appeal presented. - Two Answers brought in. - Petition of Appellants that James Edward Maddox may enter into the usual Recognizance; ordered. - Petition of Respondents to dismiss Appeal, and Petition of Appellant for Leave to enter into Recognizance forthwith, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petitions withdrawn.

Muskett, Joseph Salisbury; Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition); read 1a, and to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made, a Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court being first delivered (upon Oath) at the Bar. - Several Witnesses to attend. - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, Bill read 2a, and committed. - Put off. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed . - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Mutiny; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - (Marine); Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Napier v. Goldie et al.; Appeal presented, and Macdougall to enter into Recognizance. - Appeal amended (on Petition). - Two Answers brought in. - Petition of Respondents for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

National Debt, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 45.

Navigation, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 75. 136 to 147.
-, - Correspondence relative to the Petitions of the Ship Owners of the Port of London, addressed to the Privy Council; ordered. - Order discharged. - Vide Address, No 21.
-, - Laws, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 53.

Navy Pay; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Treasurer of the; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed . - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Neroche Forest Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - The King's Consent given, and Bill reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Netterville Claim of Peerage; Committee for Privileges to meet (on Petition of Claimant), and several Witnesses then to attend. - Witnesses to attend Committee. - Committee to meet. - Evidence to be printed.

Newall and another v. Thomson et al.; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutor Reversed.

Newborough Church; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - To be printed. - 2a, and committed. - House to be in Committee. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Newburgh; Petition of Thomas Eyre to His Majesty, claiming the Earldom of, Viscount Kinnaird and Baron Livingstone, presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges.

New Chappel and Brighton Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Cross Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed, and Petition against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - River Company; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to, with Amendments, . - Amendments considered and agreed to, ibid. - Royal Assent.
-, - Sarum Poor Rate Bill; Vide Sarum.

Newspapers, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 94.

Nicol v. Sir R. W. Vaughan et al.; Appeal presented.

Noel, Sir G. N., Baronet, v. Rochfort et al.; Petition of some of the Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Answers brought in. - Petition of certain Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard ex-parte as to some of the Respondents, ibid. - Pleadings proved.

North Level Drainage; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Northern Road Commissioners, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 95.
-, - Roads, Report of H.C. respecting; Message for; Vide Message, No 15. - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 128. 135.

Notes, Country Bankers; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 92, 93.
-, - of the Bank of England, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 94.

Oak Timber, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 98.

Oaths, Lords take the; Vide Lords.
-, - Petition respecting the taking certain; Vide Petitions, No 134.

Oats, Accounts respecting; Vide Corn.

Orders, Standing; Ordered to be considered, dispensed with or amended; vizt.
-, Nos 26 and 155. To be considered. - Order read and discharged. - Dispensed with on The King's Signature Bill. - On Russell's Estate Bill.
-, No 94. To be considered. - Dispensed with on the Highgate Grammar School Bill. - On The Duke of Bedford's Bill. - On Russell's Estate Bill.
-, No 142. To be considered. - Dispensed with on D'Oyly's Divorce Bill.
-, No 173. To be considered. - Dispensed with on Hollingrake's Patent Bill.
-, No 210. To be considered. - Considered and amended.
-, - The several, relating to Private Bills; to be considered.- Dispensed with on The Marquess of Hastings Estate Bill.

O'Reilly v. Fetherston et al.; Considered, and Decree Affirmed.

Orphans Fund, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 63.

Othery, & c. Drainage; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Ouchterlony v. Lord Lynedoch and another; To be heard . - Put off. - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Heard in part. - To be further heard. - Further heard. - To be further heard. - Fully heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Owen's, Mr., Plan of Co-operation; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 134.

Paper, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.
-, - Machinery for making; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 123.

Parish Accounts, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 80.

Parishes, Watching, & c.; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - Petitions in favor, from St. Crux, York; St. Michael le Belfrey, York; St. Peter, York; and St. John Delpike, York. - Holy Trinity, Goodramgate, York. - To be read 2a.- 2a, and committed.- Petitions in favor, from Marlborough. - Calne. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Parliament; Opened by Commission. - Met on the Demise of His Majesty King George the Fourth. - Prorogued by His Majesty. - Dissolved by Proclamation, ibid.

Parliaments, Clerk of the; Account of the further Proceedings under the Reports of the Committee on the Office of, in Session 1824, in continuation of the Account laid before the House in the last Session, presented and referred to a Committee. - Vide Committee, No 6.

Parochial Registers, Scotland, Bill; Vide Scotland.

Peace Preservation Acts, Ireland; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 60.

Pearson et al. v. Stephen et al.; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.

Peebles Road Bill; - Statute Labour Bill; Vide Scotland.

Peerages, Claims of; Vide Annandale; Athenry; Berkeley; Kellie; Lennox; Netterville; Newburgh; Perth; Slane.
-, - Claims to vote for Representative Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland - Bloomfield; Boyne; Clonbrock; Kenmare; Lifford; Mexborough.
-, - for Scotland; Vide Scotland - Buchan.

Penal Code, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 35.

Penitentiary, General, Millbank; Report of the Committee on; delivered.

Penryn Disfranchisement, Expences of Enquiry respecting; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 171.

Pensions, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 118.
-, - & c. Duties; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Pentland v. Booth and another; Appeal presented, and Poole to enter into Recognizance. - Order for Leave to enter into Recognizance discharged. - Answer brought in . - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondents for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Perth; Petition of Thomas Drummond to His Majesty, claiming the Title of Earl of, Lord Drummond, Stobhall and Montefex, presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges.
-, - Navigation and Harbour Bill; Vide Scotland.

Petitions - (1.) for Revision of the Poor, Tithe and Corn Laws; from George Gunning.
-, 2. - to take into Consideration the Distressed State of the Country; from the Nobility, & c. of Cumberland. - Cheshire. - Wiltshire; and Narberth. - Retail Dealers, Manchester; and Salford. - Frome. - Bedworth. - Kingsclere. - County of Renfrew. - County of Dumbarton (received as Petition of the Person signing it). - Ely and Witchford; Kingston-uponHull; and Grand Jury of Worcester (received as Petition of Viscount Deerhurst, Foreman). - Dursley; Merchants, & c. of London; Launditch; and Wootton Underedge. Taunton; Manchester; Three Hundreds of Newport; and Dursley. - Boston. - Holderness Agricultural Society; and County of Nottingham. - Colnies. Huddersfield; North Erpingham; Humbleyard; Taverham; and Romney Marsh. - County of Kent. - Denbigh; and Hollywell. - P. J. Mac Kenna. - Birmingham, ibid. - Woodchurch. - Shepton Mallet . - Worcester. - Haslingden. - Hertfordshire . - Northumberland. - Grimshoe. - High Halden; Great Yarmouth; and Stone Masons of London and Westminster. - Maidstone; Wateringbury; and East Peckham, ibid. - West Cliff, & c.; Hougham, & c.; Ewell, & c.; Charlton and Buckland; Sutton, & c.; East Langden, & c.; and Long Itchington, & c.,. - Foleshill . - Randwick. - Sudbury. - Cornwall.
-, 3. - to take into Consideration Agricultural Distress; from Wetheringsett cum Brockford. - Romney Marsh; and Headcorn. - Mendlesham. - Grantham; Stamford; and Folkingham. - Mereworth.
-, 4. - respecting Agricultural Distress, and for Repeal of the Malt and Beer Duties; from Stow-on-the-Wold. - Chipping Norton. - Tonbridge; and Shipley. - Sittingbourne; and Canterbury. - Warwick. - Alcester. - Burwash, & c.; and Etchingham, & c.,.
-, 5. - for the Renewal of the Enquiry on the Subject of the Coal Trade; from Proprietors and Lessees of Coal Mines near the Rivers Tyne and Wear. - Referred to the Committee on the Coal Trade.
-, 6. - for the Repeal of the Malt Duty; from Boroughbridge . - Glamorganshire. - Maltsters, & c. Taunton. - Cirencester. - South Erpingham. - Grimshoe . - Norfolk (received as the Petition of the Person signing it).
-, 7. - for Alteration in the Game Laws; from Magistrates of Derbyshire.
-, 8. - for throwing open the East India Trade; from Leeds, presented and referred to the Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company. - Keighley. - Woollen Manufacturers of Gloucestershire, presented and referred to the same Committee. - Saddleworth; and Company of Merchants, Edinburgh. - The Petition from Keighley referred to the same Committee. - From Company of Merchants, Edinburgh; and Saddleworth, referred to the same Committee. - Huddersfield; Manchester; and Kingston-upon-Hull, presented and referred to the same Committee. - Waterford, presented and referred to same Committee. - Ironmasters, Shropshire. - Referred to same Committee. - Glasgow; Blackburn; Dock Company, Kingston-upon-Hull; and Birmingham, presented and referred to same Committee, ibid. - Plymouth . - Oldham, presented and referred to same Committee . - Bradford. - Magistrates, & c. of Dysart, presented and referred to same Committee. - Society, King's Arms Inn, Bradford (and for Repeal of Malt and Beer Duties), presented and referred to same Committee. - The above Petition from Plymouth referred to same Committee, ibid. - Chambers of Commerce of Edinburgh; of Greenock; and of Glasgow, presented and referred to same Committee. - Irvine (and for Reduction of Taxes, and Revision of the Corn Laws). - Mayor, & c. of Liverpool; Trustees of Liverpool Docks; Bankers, & c. of Liverpool; Halifax (received as the Petition of John Botling, Boroughreeve), presented and referred to same Committee. - Provost, & c. of Dumbarton; Burslem; Chamber of Commerce, & c. Staffordshire Potteries; Greenock. - And Bury, presented and referred to same Committee. - Merchants of London connected with the Trade of the East Indies, presented and referred to the same Committee, ibid. - Chamber of Commerce, Kirkcaldy. - Magistrates of Kirkcaldy; Guildry Incorporation of Perth; Trinity House of Kingston-uponHull; Magistrates, & c. of Greenock; Chamber of Commerce Bristol; and Proprietors of Iron Works, & c. Stafford and Worcester, presented and referred to same Committee. - Aberdeen; Beeston; and Churwell, presented and referred to same Committee. - White Salt Manufacturers of Chester and Lancaster; Selby; Port Glasgow and Newark; and Frome, presented and referred to same Committee. - Beverley; and Thorne, presented and referred to same Committee. - Wigan; Incorporations of Lanark; and Incorporation of Weavers of Glasgow, presented and referred to same Committee. - Merchants, & c. of Perth; and Lord Provost, & c. of Perth, presented and referred to same Committee. - Cutlers of Hallamshire; Mayor, & c. of Gloucester; Chamber of Commerce, Dublin; Haslingden; Pollokshaws; and Baker Incorporation, Perth. - Incorporation of Wrights, Perth; Provost, & c. of Linlithgow; Derby; Milford; Normanton; Borrowash; Duffield; Mickleover; and Spondon. - Draycott; Belper; Coxbench; Holbrook; Heage and Morley Park; Ticknall; Aston; Melbourn; Repton; Horsley; Little Eaton; and Incorporation of Stirling. - Gorbals; Holbeck; Horbury; Cleckheaton; and Birstal. - Newcastle-under-Lyme; and Lane End, & c. Staffordshire Potteries, presented and referred to same Committee. - Pudsey; Bowling and Bierley; Stanningley; Shipley; Alverthorpe; and Swanwick, presented and referred to same Committee. - Hunslet; Gomersall; Soothill; and Arbroath, presented and referred to same Committee. - Taunton; Merchant Company of Leith; Hanley and Shelton; Lord Provost, & c. of Glasgow; and Batley, presented and referred to same Committee . - Idle; Eccleshill; and Bolton, presented and referred to same Committee. - Dundee; and Arbroath, presented and referred to same Committee. - North Shields; and Carlisle, presented and referred to same Committee. - Preston; Pontypool; Nine Incorporated Trades of Ayr; Merchant Company of Ayr; and Mayor, & c. of Kingston-upon-Hull. - Provost, & c. of Dumfries; Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Sunderland; and Darlington . - Seven Incorporated Trades of Stirling, presented and referred to same Committee. - Merchant Venturers, Bristol; Stoke and Fenton, presented and referred to same Committee. - Seven Incorporated Trades of Dumfries, presented and referred to same Committee. - Magistrates, & c. of Kinghorn; Cardiff; Barnard Castle; Stocktonupon-Tees; and Nottingham, presented and referred to same Committee. - Ayr; Kilmarnock; and Incorporated Trades of Glasgow, presented and referred to same Committee. - Lancaster, presented and referred to same Committee. - Renfrew; and Warrington, presented and referred to same Committee. - Prescot; and Belfast. - Stockport, presented and referred to same Committee. - Tavistock; Buckfastleigh; and Dean Prior. - Merchants House of Glasgow; Provost, & c. of Calton of Glasgow; Ashton-under-Lyne; Wilsden; Gildersome; and New Mills, & c. - Walsall; and Leicester, presented and referred to same Committee. - Iron Masters of Monmouth. - Burgh of Anderston; Inhabitants of Anderston; Dukinfield; and Stalybridge, presented and referred to same Committee. - Lanark, presented and referred to same Committee. - Chamber of Commerce, Forfarshire, presented and referred to same Committee . - Otley; and Stroud, presented and referred to same Committee. - Harberton; and Cornworthy, presented and referred to same Committee. - Colne; and Liverpool. - Ermington; and Chester. - Loughborough, presented and referred to same Committee. - Chester . - Calton of Glasgow, presented and referred to same Committee. - Paisley, presented and referred to same Committee. - Bilston; and Rochdale, presented and referred to same Committee. - Flintshire.
-, 9. - for Extension of the Poor Laws to Ireland; from Clara, King's County. - Society for Reduction of Poor Rates, (received as Petition of Person signing it,). - Wiltshire (Three). - Chatham and Gillingham. - Tullamore. - Working Classes of the Irish Community. - G. Gunning.
-, 10. - for the Repeal of the Malt and Beer Duties; from Mayor, & c. of Banbury. - Alcester.
-, 11. - respecting Agricultural Distress, and against the Importation of Foreign Wool; from Horncastle. - Louth . - Spilsby. - Eastern Part of Suffolk.
-, 12. - for the Repeal of the Leather Duty; from Tanners of the County of Monaghan. - Of Linlithgow. - Of Dublin; and of Belfast.
-, 13. - for the Abolition of Slavery; from Lewes. - Keighley. - Hanley and Shelton. - Dissenters, Hanley; and Lane End. - Albion Chapel, Leeds. Hope Chapel, Shelton; Tabernacle, Hanley; and Burslem . - Pontefract. - Queen Street Chapel, Sheffield . - Lee Croft Chapel; and Howard Street Chapel, Sheffield. - Baptists of Farsley. - Haworth; Warley; and Zion Chapel, Halifax. - Knottingley . - Heckmondwike (Two). - Stroud; Chalford; Wakefield; Thirsk; Great Driffield; Kirby Moorside; and Leeds. - Southampton. - Chelmsford; and Wortley. - Bramley. - Rawden; Morley and Churwell; Swanland; Brighouse; and Camborne. - Northowram . - Booth; Idle; Bawtry, & c.; and Providence Chapel, Stainland. - Rochester and Chatham; Dissenters, George's Street, Leeds; Independents, Holmfirth; Independents, Queen's Street Chapel, Leeds; Baptists, Salendine Nook; and Howden. - Kingston-upon-Hull; Thornton and Clayton; Baptists of Shipley; Bradford; Inhabitants of Shipley; Wilsden cum Allerton; Bowling; Horton; North Bierly; and Graduates of University of Oxford. - West Melton; and Hull. - Honley. - Society for Abolition of Slavery; Wesleyan Chapels, Burslem; Hanley; and Tunstall Court. - Chichester. - Blackburn Chapel. - New Sarum; and Dissenters in and near London. Huddersfield. - Cleckheaton. - Crathorne; Seamer; Yarm; and Hutton Rudby. - Cork. - Salem Chapel, Leeds.
-, 14. - for the Repeal of certain Turnpike Road Acts, Ireland; of T. Dillon.
-, 15. - for Alteration of the Law respecting Wool; from Romney Marsh.
-, 16. - to modify a certain Clause in the Church Building Act; from University of Cambridge.
-, 17. - for Modification instead of Abolition of the System of the Welsh Judicature; from County of Carmarthen; Mayor, & c. of Carmarthen; Mayor, & c. of Kidwelly; and Carmarthen (Borough). - Haverfordwest. - Magistrates of County of Anglesey, Easter Quarter Sessions. - Carnarvon. - Welshmen resident in the Metropolis; and Magistrates of Pembrokeshire.
-, 18. - against Alteration of the System of the Welsh Judicature; from County of Cardigan. - County of Pembroke. - Grand Inquest of Haverfordwest; and Sheriff and Grand Jury for Montgomeryshire. - Haverfordwest; and Cardigan. - Pembroke. - Anglesey; and Grand Inquest of Anglesey (received as Petition of Person signing). - County of Denbigh. - High Sheriff, & c. of Carmarthenshire; and Montgomery (received as Petition of Person signing). - Carmarthen (Three) . - Sheriff and Grand Jury of Flintshire.
-, 19. - in favor of the proposed Alterations in the System of the Welsh Judicature; from County of Carmarthen; and Carmarthen (Borough).
-, 20. - for Removal of the Disabilities of the Jews; from Jews. - Jews of Liverpool. - Of Northern Division of London. - M. Solomon of Portsea; and Trivet Allcock. - I. Nicholson. - Eastern Division of London; and T. Flanagan. - West of London; Rochester and Chatham; Southern District of London; and Portsmouth. - Totnes. - Jews of Bath. - Falmouth; Jews of Canterbury; and Inhabitants of Canterbury. - Great Yarmouth. - Unitarian Congregation, Hull.
-, 21. - against the existing Corn Laws, and for further Protection; from J. Wright.
-, 22. - against the Truck System of Payment of Wages; from Chamber of Commerce, Staffordshire Potteries (received as Petition of Person signing it). - Coal and Ironmasters, Shropshire. - Bilston; Dissenting Ministers of Dudley; and Wombourne. - Workmen in Burslem; and Shopkeepers in Burslem. - Lower Cobridge, & c., Stoke on Trent. - Stroud; Wolverhampton; and Dudley (Two) . - Darlaston. - Newcastle-under-Lyme. - Magistrates of Worcestershire; and Dudley. - Congleton; Oldbury; Rowley Regis; Cradley; Sedgley; Merthyr Tydvil; Wednesbury (Two); and Wotton under Edge . - Wellington (Salop); Newport; Mining Districts of Colebrook Dale; Workmen of Mining District of Shropshire; and Kingswinsford. - Nailsworth and Woodchester; and Chalford. - Tipton. - Magistrates of Clothing Districts of Gloucestershire. - Master Manufacturers and Operatives in the Woollen Trade in Gloucestershire. - Clothiers, Lyme Regis. - Ashby Would, & c..
-, 23. - against the Corn Laws, and for Reduction of Taxation; from St. Paul's, Manchester. - Retail Dealers, No 6, Exchange District, Manchester. - Uley.
-, 24. - for the Repeal of the Subletting Act, Ireland; from Drogheda. - Belfast. - Macroom, & c..
-, 25. - for the Repeal of the Vestry Act, Ireland; from Drogheda. - Naas. - Macroom, & c.; and Skreen . - Borris.
-, 26. - against the Practice of burning Hindoo Widows; from Female Inhabitants of Ilkeston; and Heanor. - Alcester . - Females of Alcester. - Dissenters Chapel, St. Thomas's Square, Hackney. - Dissenters, Eagle Street, Red Lion Square; and Female Dissenters, Eagle Street . - Dearden Gate Chapel, Haslingden. - Independent Chapel, Southport; and Church Town Chapel, North Meols, presented and referred to the Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company. - Independent Chapel, Cannon Street, Preston, presented and referred to same Committee. - Prescot; and St. Helen's Chapel . - Mount Pleasant Street Chapel, Liverpool; Gloucester Street Chapel, Liverpool; and Walmsley Chapel.
-, 27. - respecting the Distress of the Country, and for Repeal of the Malt Duty; from Suffolk. - Leek Wootton, & c., . - County of Ross; and County of Cambridge and Isle of Ely. - Ensford. - County of Cromarty. - Freebridge Lynn; Mitford; and Tunstead and Happing . - Bedfordshire. - Hertfordshire. - Maidstone; Wateringbury; and East Peckham. - Westcliff, & c.; Hougham, & c.; Ewell, & c.; Charlton and Buckland; Sutton, & c.; East Langdon, & c.; and Long Itchington, & c.,. - Burwash and Brightling.
-, 28. - against Idolatries in India; from Baptist Meeting, Pleasance, Edinburgh.
-, 29. - against Liability to serve the Office of Churchwarden; from Presbyterians of Cork.
-, 30. - for Enquiry and Change in the Constitution of the Ecclesiastical Courts; from Thomas Clark. - Reverend Thomas Smith.
-, 31. - for continuing the Bounties on Herring Fisheries; from Cromarty.
-, 32. - for facilitating the Study of Anatomy; from Physicians, & c. of Sheffileld. - Medical Society of Edinburgh (received as Petition of Persons signing it). - Westminster Medical Society. - Worcestershire Medical Society. - Derbyshire Medical Society.
-, 33. - for Relief from the Operation of the St. Pancras Select Vestry Act; from Householders of St. Pancras.
-, 34. - for the Repeal of the Duties on Coals carried Coastwise; from Cardiff, presented and referred to the Committee on the Coal Trade. - Teignmouth; Chudleigh; and Newton Abbot and Newton Bushell, presented and referred to same Committee. - Severn and Wye Railway Company, presented and referred to same Committee. - Bristol, presented and referred to same Committee.
-, 35. - for the Revision of the Criminal Law; from Mayor, & c. of Falmouth; Mayor, & c. of Southampton; and Society of Quakers in Ireland. - Cirencester. - Malton; Kingston-upon-Hull; Truro; and Plymouth. - Chipping Wycombe, and Rochdale. - Bridport. - Wellingborough. - Derby; Exeter; Farringdon; Banbury; and Chapel, South Place, Finsbury Square. Guisbrough; and Maldon. - Liberty of the Tower of London; Spralton and Creaton; Lewes; and Warrington . - York. - Woburn. - Margate; Stocktonupon-Tees; Darlington; and Derby. - Wisbech. - Kelvedon. - Chipping Norton; Haworth near Bradford; Luton; and Boston. - Bolton; and Portsmouth and Portsea. - King's Lynn. - Collumpton; and Gloucester. - Great Yarmouth; and Bardfield. - North Shields. - Directors, & c. of Provincial Banks at Limerick; Athlone; Sligo; Cork; and Falmouth. - Teignmouth; and Credition. - West Bromwich. - Directors of Bank at Londonderry; and at Clonmel. Hoddesdon. - Glastonbury. - Directors of Provincial Bank at Waterford; and Worcester. - Leeds . - Rugby. - Coventry; Reading; Northampton; and Henley on Thames. - Charlbury; Baptist Chapel, South Street, Exeter; Madeley; Manchester Chamber of Commerce; and Provincial Bank, Tralee. - Lord Mayor, & c. of London. - Leominster. - Unitarian Congregation, Hull. - Provincial Banks of Kilkenny; of Ballina; and of Coleraine; Leighton Buzzard; and Maidenhead. - Winscombe; and Dorking. - Hertford; Gainsborough; Provincial Banks at Galway; and at Armagh . - Royston; Great Dunmow; Shaftesbury; Gillingham; Methodists, Redruth; Kendal; and Reading. - Margate; Settle; Princess Street Chapel, Devonport; Mount Street Chapel, Devonport; Morice Square Chapel, Devonport; Kenwyn Street Chapel, Truro; Tacket Street Meeting House, Ipswich; Wesleyans, Ipswich; Maidenhead; Stoke Green Chapel, Ipswich; Sudbury; St. Nicholas Street Chapel, Ipswich; Unitarians, Bury St. Edmunds; Castle Street Chapel, Exeter; Woodbridge; Nayland; Maulden and Ampthill; Lower Baxter Street Chapel, Bury St. Edmunds; How Street Chapel, Plymouth; and Edinburgh. - St. Nicholas Street Meeting House, Ipswich; Stockton on Tees; and Pontefract. - Croydon; Methodists, Croydon; New Tabernacle, Plymouth; and Plymouth. - Bury St. Edmunds; Ampthill; Burford; Southwold; Hosier Street Chapel, Reading; Castle Street Chapel, Reading; Exeter; and Lion Walk Meeting House, Colchester. - Chester; Ashford; Darlington; Reading; Worcester; Moretonhampstead; and Staines. - Poole; Godalming; Honiton; Baptists, Counterslip, Bristol; Mint Lane Chapel, Exeter; Wellington; and Spalding. - Leicester; Ipswich; Braintree and Bocking; King's Head Lane Chapel, Northampton; Falmouth; Chesham; Dissenters, Halsted; Mayor, & c. of Maidenhead; Wakefield; Methodists, Settle; Persons subscribing; North Gate Street Chapel, Bury St. Edmunds; Halesworth; St. Mary's Square Chapel, Bury St. Edmunds; St. Thomas's Square Chapel, Hackney; Broad Street Chapel, Reading; Dissenters, Maidenhead; and W. Alexander. - Stowmarket; Newport, Monmouth; Minching-Hampton, & c.; Darlington; Reigate, & c.; Jurors, Old Bailey; Redruth; Carlisle; Evesham; Lowestoft; R. Wedgwood; Common Councilmen, Norwich; Tavistock; and Stockton upon Tees . - Bury Street Chapel, St. Mary Axe; Baptists, Bristol; Cheltenham; Independents, Croydon; Bridgewater; Nantwich; and Bartholomew Street Chapel, Exeter. - Leeds; Stockport; Colchester; and Bankers in various Places. - Ashburton. - Camberwell; and Wandsworth. - Lewisham Street Chapel, Westminster
-, Hornton Street Chapel; Lion Street Chapel, Newington; Ross; Hereford; Horsham; Huddersfield; Stourbridge; Axbridge; and Witney. - Kingston upon Thames. - Brighton; Bankers of London; and Pembroke Street Chapel, Devonport. - Bristol. - Swansea. - Truro Chapel. - Bishopsgate, London; Beresford Street Chapel, Walworth; and J. J. Stockdale. - St. Mary, Newington; China Terrace Chapel, Lambeth; York Street Chapel, Walworth; Stowmarket; and East Bergholt. - Olney.
-, 36. - for Economy in the Expenditure of the Country; from Ship Owners of Kingston upon Hull.
-, 37. - for the Repeal of the Duty on Coal imported into Ireland; from Galway, presented and referred to the Committee on the Coal Trade. - St. Catherine, Dublin . - St. Audeons, Dublin; and Drogheda. - St. Michael and St. John, Dublin; and St. Mark, Dublin . - St. Paul, Dublin. - Distillers, Belfast.
-, 38. - respecting Abuses in the Coal Trade; from Coal Whippers of Port of London, presented and referred to Committee on the Coal Trade.
-, 39. - for Increase of Wages; from Weavers of Limerick.
-, 40. - for the Repeal of the Duty on Sea-borne Coals; from Norwich, presented and referred to Committee on the Coal Trade. - Coal Owners, & c. of River Dee, presented and referred to same Committee. - Ship Owners of Newcastle upon Tyne residing at South Shields, presented and referred to same Committee.
-, 41. - against the Introduction of the Poor Laws into Ireland; from Caher. - County of Roscommon. - King's County. - County of Fermanagh.
-, 42. - for Revision of the Tithe Laws; from Llanthewy Skirrid, & c. Monmouthshire. - Diss. - J. Hantler. - Aglis. - Gissing. - Gainford; and Wycliffe, & c.,. - Devonshire. - Kilmore, & c.
-, 43. - against the Importation of Foreign Lead; from Swaledale. - Alston. - Marrick; and Proprietors, & c. of Lead Mines of Nidderdale. - Arkingarthdale; Middleton in Teesdale; and Mining District on the Derwent . - Tavistock; and Stanhope and Walsingham. - Allendale and Alston. - Company for smelting Lead with Coal. - Mines, & c. Flintshire. - Company for working Mines in Scotland.
-, 44. - for Remission of Taxes; from Labourers at Barn-Elm Farm, Barnes.
-, 45. - for the Repeal of the Hop Duty; from Ticehurst; Etchingham; and Ewhurst. - Wadhurst. - Mayfield. - Seddlescomb. - Heathfield.
-, 46. - for the Regulation of Labourers Wages; from Society for Reduction of Poor Rates, (received as the Petition of the Person signing it,).
-, 47. - respecting the Distress of the Poor in Ireland; from Operatives in the Cotton Trade, Dublin. - Owners of Land in Kent (presented on the Lords being summoned).
-, 48. - against Hawkers of Tea; from Tea Dealers, & c. of Bath and Wells.
-, 49. - for Revision of the Law as to the Appointment of Churchwardens; from G. Gunning.
-, 50. - against Increase of Duty on Home made Spirits; from Farmers of West Lothian. - Lord Provost, & c. of Edinburgh. - Dalkeith Farming Society. - Company of Merchants of Edinburgh. - County of Fife; and Farmers, & c. Western District of Fifeshire. - Cupar; and Norfolk Agricultural Society. - Edinburgh Farming Society; and Upper Ossory. - County of Stirling. - Clackmannanshire Union Agricultural Society; Shilburne; Shilmalier; Gorey; Bantry; Forth; Bargy; Scarawalsh; and Ballaghkeen. - Tullamore . - Linlithgow; West Lothian Agricultural Society; Provost, & c. of Linlithgow; and Forfar (Two). - Athlone. - Skryne; and Carrickonsuir. - Tralee; and Dungannon. - Wigtown. - Cork. - Forfarshire, & c. - Ross-shire, ibid. - Elgin; and Dublin. - Berwick; and Dumfries. - Perthshire Agricultural Society. - Tipperary. - Down. - Kilkenny. - Chamber of Commerce, Limerick . - Richard Devereux and others, Wexford; and King's County, Ireland.
-, 51. - for Alteration of the Trade of Brewers; from Retail Brewers of Bury and Rochdale; and Manchester and Salford.
-, 52. - to hold Assizes for the West Riding of the County of York at Wakefield; from Thurstonland. - Farnley Tyas; Honley; Shepley; and Dalton. - Scammonden; and Mirfield. - Huddersfield; Upperthong; Fulstone; Cartworth; Hepworth; Austonley; Wooldale; Holme; Denby; and Cumberworth. - Kirkburton; and Kirkheaton. - Wakefield. - Pomfret. - Sandall Magna. - Heckmondwike. - Dewsbury; Septon; and Ossett. - Gunthwaite, & c.; Hunshelf and Oxspring; and Penistone and Langsett. - Stansfield (Two). - Horbury. - Marsden.
-, 53. - for the Revision of the Navigation Laws; from Ship Owners of South Shields. - Of Sunderland. - Of London. - Of Scarborough.
-, 54. - against Tithes and Vestry Assessments, Ireland; from Sutton, Wexford.
-, 55. - for the Revision of the Corn Laws; from Kidderminster. - Oldham (received as the Petition of the Person signing it). - Colne.
-, 56. - against the Importation of Foreign Flour; from Manufacturers of Flour.
-, 57. - for the Continuance of the Fishery Bounties; from Fishermen, & c. of Staithes and Runswick, Hinderwell. - Robinhoodsbay near Whitby.
-, 58. - for Revision of the Laws affecting certain Native Christian Inhabitants of India; from Calcutta, & c., presented and referred to Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company.
-, 59. - for the Regulation of the Registration of Marriages; from A. H. Rowan and General G. Cockburn.
-, 60. - for extending the Delivery of Two-penny Post Letters to Paddington; from J. Wheel.
-, 61. - for Revision of the Law as to the Marriage Service; from Unitarians in Chichester. - Freethinkers, Dewsbury.
-, 62. - respecting the Tithe System in Ireland; from Lady's Island, & c. - Maglas, & c.
-, 63. - against the Practice of burning Hindoo Widows, and other unchristian Practices in India, and for affording Facility to the Extension of Christian Knowledge in India; from Pit Street Chapel, Liverpool; and Mount Pleasant Chapel, Liverpool. - Baptist Church, Blackburn; Stanhope Street Chapel, Liverpool; Chapel Street Chapel, Blackburn; Horwich; Independent Chapel, Bretherton; High Street Chapel, Lancaster; Standish Gate Chapel, Wigan; Hope Street Chapel, Wigan; Byrom Street Chapel, Liverpool; Baptist Chapel, Great Cross Hall Street, Liverpool; Welsh Independents, Great Cross Hall Street Chapel, Liverpool; Bedford Street Chapel, Liverpool; Maguire Street Chapel, Liverpool; Great George Street Chapel, Liverpool; Hanover Chapel, Mill Street, Liverpool; Town Meadows Chapel, Rochdale; Bethesda Street Chapel, Burnley; Independent Chapel, Hindley, Wigan; Lower Chapel, Darwen; Murray Street Chapel, Liverpool; Cockspur Street Chapel, Liverpool; and Females of Cockspur Street Chapel, Liverpool. - Lime Street Chapel, Liverpool; Rose Place Chapel, Liverpool; Pall Mall Chapel, Liverpool; Bethesda Chapel, Duncan Street East, Liverpool; Independent Chapel, Rochdale; and Ebenezer Chapel, Over Darwen. - Blackburn; Clayton Street Chapel, Blackburn; and Mount Street Chapel, Blackburn.
-, 64. - against Alteration in the Licensing System in the Retail of Beer; from Great and Little Bolton. - Halifax; Elland; and Sheffield. - Rochdale. - Ilkeston . - New and Old Sleaford. - Stratton.
-, 65. - for the Revision of the Law; from Persons subscribing the Petition.
-, 66. - respecting Corporations in Ireland; from T. Flanagan.
-, 67. - for the Abolition of Slavery, and against the Practice of burning Hindoo Widows; from Mount Zion Chapel, Stoke; Bethesda Chapel, Shelton; Bethel Chapel, Burslem; Zion Chapel, Lane End; Mount Tabor Chapel, Lane Delph; and Ebenezer Chapel, Newcastle under Lyme. - Frome . - Pickering.
-, 68. - against the improper Use of Spirits; from J. R. Williams.
-, 69. - respecting the Coal Trade on the River Tyne; from Ship Owners of Newcastle residing at North Shields, presented and referred to the Committee on the Coal Trade.
-, 70. - for Alteration of the Law respecting Spirit Licences; from J. Sparrow.
-, 71. - against establishing Turnpikes on the Roads from Carrickmacross and Castle Blaney to Dundalk, and for Enquiry into the present State of the Grand Jury Laws; from County of Louth (received as to the general Objects prayed for, the Bill therein mentioned not yet being before the House). - Dembin, & c.,.
-, 72. - for a Bounty on the Exportation of Lead; from the Royal Irish Mining Company.
-, 73. - against the Employment of Climbing Boys in sweeping Chimnies; from Cutlers in Hallamshire. - Burslem; Lane End and Lane Delph; Hanley and Shelton; and Stoke upon Trent. - Newcastle-under-Lyme. - Alton . - Chichester. - Newark.
-, 74. - to be rendered eligible by Law to Offices of Physicians and Surgeons to County Infirmaries, Ireland; from W. J. Geary, M.D.,. - Surgeons of Waterford.
-, 75. - to grant a Stipend and Protection to Roman Catholic Priests conforming to the Church of England; from The Reverend J. P. Kenny, presented, and objected to, and, on Question, that it lie on the Table, it was resolved in the Negative.
-, 76. - against Contribution to the Greenwich Hospital Fund; from Trustees of the Merchants Seamen's Hospital at Falmouth. - Newcastle upon Tyne. - Sunderland . - Whitby. - Scarborough. - Poole.
-, 77. - to continue the Protecting Duty on Foreign Spirits; from Corn Distillers of England, Scotland and Ireland.
-, 78. - that the proposed Measure for extending Exemption from Arrest to all Debts under £100 may not be sanctioned; from Cambridge.
-, 79. - against proposed Alteration as to the Distance from London within which Commissions of Bankrupt must be executed in London; from Cambridge.
-, 80. - for a better Mode of keeping Parish Accounts; from G. Gunning.
-, 81. - respecting the Distress of the Weavers of Bandon; from Inhabitants of Bandon.
-, 82. - for Reform of the Church of Ireland; from Wexford and New Ross; and Cork.
-, 83. - for additional Duty on Rum; from County of Roxburgh.
-, 84. - for Alteration of the Insolvent Debtors Acts; from J. Mason.
-, 85. - for facilitating the Returns of Corn Averages; from Sir J. Riddall.
-, 86. - for Enquiry into the Turnpike Road Laws of Ireland; from T. Flanagan.
-, 87. - against Extension of the Use of Machinery; from Journeymen Paper Makers of Kent; and of Surrey.
-, 88. - to compel the Residence of the Vicar of the Union of Foxford in his Vicarage; from Protestants of Union of Foxford; read; on Motion to lie on the Table, Negatived, and Petition rejected.
-, 89. - for Alteration of the Ecclesiastical Laws, Ireland; from C. A. Walker.
-, 90. - complaining of the Proceedings of the Vicar of the Union of Foxford; from the Union of Foxford, being offered, and having no Prayer, (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 91. - to compel the Vicar of the Union of Foxford to enter into Composition for his Tithes; from Killaser, One of the Parishes in Foxford; read, and, on Motion to lie on the Table, Negatived.
-, 92. - for Establishment of a Deaf and Dumb Institution; from W. Wright.
-, 93. - for establishing Registry of Births, & c.; from Dissenters of South Shields.
-, 94. - against Increase of Duty on Newspapers; from Newspaper Proprietors of Ireland. - London Literary Institution. - Printers, Liverpool. - Belfast. - Meath. - Inistioge and Roer.
-, 95. - against the Appointment of Northern Road Commissioners; from Trustees of Road from Hitchin to Bedford, & c.; and Bedford. - Trustees of the Road from Lemsford Mill to Hitchin, and from Welwyn to Hitchin.
-, 96. - for opening the Beer Trade; from Frome. - Retail Brewers, Surrey.
-, 97. - for the Imposition of a Duty on Importation of Foreign Articles; from J. Pinsent.
-, 98. - for Leave to grind Foreign Corn for Re-exportation; from Belfast. - J. Asser.
-, 99. - against additional Duty on Stamps in Ireland; from Athlone. - Belfast; Proprietors of Newspapers in Belfast; and Printers of Clonmell. - Benevolent Society, Kilkenny. - Kilkenny; and Printers of Kilkenny . - County of Dublin. - Dublin. - Ballycallan, & c. - Charitable Institutions, Dublin. - County of Kilkenny (Two). - Union of Athy, & c. - Innishannon.
-, 100. - for the Abolition of Sunday Markets and Labour in the West Indies; from Stoke Green Chapel, Ipswich.
-, 101. - for the Assessment of the Poor Rates by Hundreds instead of Parishes; from Frome Selwood.
-, 102. - for the Repeal of Taxes on the Comforts and Necessaries of Life; from Association for promoting Co-operative Knowledge.
-, 103. - to take into Consideration Mr. Owen's Plan of Cooperation; from First London Co-operative Trading Association.
-, 104. - for Regulations in the proposed Measure for opening the Beer Trade; from Licensed Victuallers of Tiverton . - Beverley.
-, 105. - for Protection of the Linen Manufactures of Ireland; from Tuam.
-, 106. - against compulsory Attendance on Catholic and Greek Worship; from Derby; and Clergy of the Church of England. - Dovor. - Clergymen of Deaneries of Rochester and Malling.
-, 107. - for equalizing Grand Jury Presentments, Ireland; from Limerick. - St. Mary, Newtown Barry.
-, 108. - for reforming the Courts of Conscience in Dublin; from L. Ryan.
-, 109. - to be relieved from the Duty of discharging Insolvent Debtors at the Quarter Sessions; from Magistrates of Montgomeryshire.
-, 110. - against additional Duty on Stamps and Spirits, Ireland; from Waterford; County of Limerick; and Inhabitants of Limerick. - County of Cork (received as the Petition of the Person signing it). - Of Tipperary. - Of Down. - Chamber of Commerce, Limerick. - Belfast; and Union of Athy, & c.,. - Monaghan. - Meath; Cove; and Inistioge and Roer. - Guild of Merchants, Dublin. - Ballyraggett.
-, 111. - for the Repeal of the House and Window Tax; from Liverpool. - St. Luke, Middlesex.
-, 112. - against the proposed additional Duty on Tobacco; from Cultivators of Tobacco, Waterford. - Enniscorthy . - Cove. - Innishannon.
-, 113. - against additional Taxes in Ireland; from Corporation of Smiths, Dublin. - County of Waterford. - St. Michan, Dublin. - Bankers, & c. Dublin. - St. Catherine, Dublin; Clonmel; Cashel; and Queen's County. - Kerry, ibid. - Ballycallan, & c.,. - Down. - West Carbery and Skibbereen; Londonderry; and Kildare. - Clonetubrid; Whitegate; and Lisdowny. - Trinity within Waterford; Trinity without Waterford; Clonakilty; Passage and Kill St. Nicholas, Waterford; and King's County. - Dungarvan and Abbeyside; Moncoin; and Carrigeen. - Roscommon; and Boyle. - St. Nicholas, Dublin; St. John's, Limerick; and Ballylaneen. - Bandon; and Hillsborough . - Guild of Merchants, Dublin; Corporation of Barbers and Surgeons, Dublin, (received as the Petition of Persons signing it); St. Bridget's, Dublin; and Coolock and Santry . - Monaghan.
-, 114. - respecting the Law of Scotland; from Society of Procurators before the Courts of Law in Perthshire. - Ross-shire.
-, 115. - that the Stamp Duty on Personal Property, Scotland, be levied only on the free Amount, instead of the gross; from County of Elgin. - Of Dumfries. - Lord Provost, & c. of Perth.
-, 116. - for Revision of the Laws regulating Cotton Factories; from Operatives in Cotton Factories in Manchester. - Stockport; Blackburn; and Preston. - Congleton; Ashton under Lyne, & c.; and Oldham. - Leys and Hey.
-, 117. - respecting Stamp Duty on Medicines; from Chemists of Lynn Regis. - Of Manchester. - Of Bristol.
-, 118. - for establishing a General Cemetery in London; from G. F. Carden.
-, 119. - for the Abolition of Tithes in Ireland; from Skreen.
-, 120. - for Enquiry into the Regulations of the King's Bench Prison; from R. S. Tighe (a Prisoner).
-, 121. - for Assistance to emigrate; from Frome.
-, 122. - for Repeal of the Apothecaries Act, Ireland; from Apothecaries of Kilkenny.
-, 123. - against the Use of Machinery for making Paper; from Journeymen Paper Makers in Norfolk.
-, 124. - for Repeal of the Inventory Duty in Scotland; from Ross-shire.
-, 125. - for Repeal of the Vestry and Sub-letting Acts, Ireland; from Macroom, & c., - Rosdroit, & c. - Dungarvan.
-, 126. - against the Payment of Wages at Public Houses; from G. Forwood.
-, 127. - against the Profanation of the Sabbath; from Tavistock Parochial Chapel, Drury Lane.
-, 128. - against the proposed Alteration in the Line of the Northern Roads; from Trustees of Roads in the County of Berwick.
-, 129. - for promoting Temperance, and to restrict the System of retailing Spirituous Liquors; from the Salford Society.
-, 130. - for Revision of the Law as to obtaining Possession from Persons holding Charitable Estates in Right of Office; from Sir R. Wilmot and others.
-, 131. - to limit the Number of Apprentices to be taken by Masters in the Calico Printing Trade; from Journeymen Calico Printers of Lancashire, & c.
-, 132. - respecting the Loan from Government to the Corporation of Derry, towards building a Bridge; from J. Sheehan, offered; objected to, and (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 133. - for the Prevention of the spreading of Hydrophobia; from Kingston on Thames.
-, 134. - against the taking certain Oaths; from Lord Mayor, & c. of London.
-, 135. - respecting the Northern Roads; from County of Ayr . - Lord Provost, & c. of Glasgow.
-, 136. - to facilitate the Emigration of the Poor of Ireland; from W. Parker.
-, 137. - as to the rating of Greenwich Hospital to the Poor's Rates; from Greenwich.
-, 138. - to take into Consideration the Political Disabilities of the Black Free Inhabitants of Antigua; from Antigua.
-, 139. - for Enquiry into proposed Plan of granting Plots of Land for the Relief of the Poor; from Bedfordshire.
-, 140. - against Alteration in the Constabulary Laws of Ireland; from Magistrates of the King's County.
-, 141. - for Repeal of the Union with Ireland; from Macroom.
-, 142. - for Repeal of the Burial Act, Ireland; from Skreen.
-, 143. - respecting Distress of Ireland; from The Society for the Improvement of Ireland.
-, 144. - respecting Encrease of Taxation on Charitable Institutions, Ireland; from Governors, & c. of Charitable Institutions in Dublin.

Pewter Manufactures, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Pickford Brook Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Pilots Fund, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 65.

Pluck v. Digges and Another; Writ of Error; Hearing appointed.

Pole, Sir Peter, Baronet; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Polloc and Govan Railway Bill; Vide Scotland.

Pollok et al. v. Harvie; Appeal dismissed (on Petition of both Parties).

Pomfret, Thomas William Earl of, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Brother.

Poor in Ireland, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 47. 136. - Evidence respecting; Vide Message, No 19. - Reports respecting; Vide Message, No 22.
-, - Laws, Extension of, to Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 9.
-, - Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 1.
-, - Scotland, Bill; Vide Scotland.
-, - Rates, Motion for Return respecting; Vide Motion, No 1.
-, - Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 101.
-, - Relief of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 139.
-, - Removal, Jersey and Guernsey; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Poore, E. D., Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Population; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - To be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Portman Market; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Portpatrick and London, Roads between; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 125.

Portugal, Motion for Address for Papers respecting; Vide Motion, No 3. - Sovereignty of; Vide Motion, No 6.

Presbyterian Marriages, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 59.

Preventive Service, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 222.

Prisons, Ireland; Report respecting; Vide Ireland.

Privilege; The House being informed, that Mr. Gepp, Acting Treasurer of the Western Division of Essex, had not made a Return to an Order of this House of the 15th of June last, for a Return respecting County Rates; Mr. Gepp ordered to attend . - Mr. Gepp called in; and having expressed his Contrition for not having complied with the Order, on Motion, he was reprimanded, and discharged from further Attendance.

Privileges, Committee for; Vide Committee, No 1.

Produce and Manufactures, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 40. 161.

Property in Infants; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Put off. - House to be in Committee. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and ordered to be sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Protests; Vide Dissent.

Public Accountants, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 62.
-, - Accounts, Ireland; Report respecting; Vide Ireland.
-, - Debt, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No. 55.
-, - Management of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 168.
-, - Departments, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 61.
-, - Money in the Bank, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 169.
-, - Offices, Salaries of Clerks in; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 119.
-, - Service, Provision for; Message and Address respecting; Vide Message, No 2.; Address, No 26.

Quassia and Quash, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 194.

Queensferry Improvement Bill; - Road Bill; Vide Scotland.

Radstock Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Rawcliffe Moss Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Rawlings, Edward, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - G. P. Dyer to attend to be sworn to give Evidence before the Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Witnesses to attend Committee. - Reported, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a; an Amendment made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to . - Royal Assent.

Real Property Liability; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Report respecting; Address for; Vide Address, No 2.

Redcross Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Redesdale, John Thomas Baron, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Father.

References to Acts Mistakes Bill; Vide Mistakes.

Register of Chancery Bill; Vide Chancery.

Registrar at Madras Bill; Vide Madras.

Registry of Births, & c.; Return respecting; Vide Petitions, No 93.

Restoration of King Charles The Second; The Lord Bishop of Chester to preach before this House in the Abbey Church . - The House proceeded to the Abbey Church to solemnize this Day. - Thanks to The Lord Bishop of Chester for his Sermon, and his Lordship desired to print and publish the same.

Revenue, Reports respecting; Address for; Vide Address, No 4.
-, - The Twenty-second Report of the Commissioners for Inquiry into the; ordered. - Delivered, and to be printed.

Revenues, Casual; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 58.

Rhodes v. De Beauvoir; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondent for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Richmond Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 69.
-, - Lunatic Asylum Bill; Vide Ireland.

Rickmersworth Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - Petition against. - 2a, and committed, and Petition referred to Committee, with Leave to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Rights of Executors Bill; Vide Executors.

Ringmer Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Roads and Bridges, Ireland; Report respecting; Vide Ireland.
-, - Scotland; Report respecting; Vide Scotland.

Roake et al. v. Denn (on Demise of Nowell and another); Writ of Error; to be further considered, and the Judges to attend to deliver their Opinion on the Question of Law put to them last Session. - Judges Opinion delivered in the Negative, and Judgment Affirmed.

Robertson et al. v. Alexander and Another; Appeal presented, and Dobie to enter into Recognizance.
-, - v. - Appeal presented, and Dobie to enter into Recognizance.

Robley et al. v. Brooke; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Hearing appointed. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Rokeby, Baron of; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Roll for calling over the Lords; laid on the Table, and to be printed.

Roman Catholic Priests, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 75.

Rose v Macleod and another; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Ross Improvement Bill; Vide Scotland.

Rother Levels Drainage; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Petition of Inhabitants of Rye to be heard by Counsel against. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed, and Petition referred to the Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman; and W. Wilson to attend Committee. - Committee put off. - W. Watson to attend Committee, and Committee put off. - Several Witnesses to attend Committee. - Four Petitions in favor, presented and referred to Committee. - Reported specially, with Amendments. - Petition of Proprietors of Lands bordering on the River Brede, for Insertion of certain Clauses, and to be heard by Counsel. - Bill 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Rotherham Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Rothschild v. Brookman; Appeal presented. - Petition of Appellant to amend Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with . - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Rowe v. The King; Writ of Error (Ireland); transmitted by Post, and delivered in the usual Manner. - Petition of Plaintiff to be brought to the Bar to assign Errors, presented and referred to Appeal Committee, and Time for assigning Errors enlarged for a Fortnight. - Writ of Certiorari ordered to be issued, and returned in Ten Days. - Report made, and Petition withdrawn. - Petition of Plaintiff to amend Certificate of Diminution having been alleged, and for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, Certificate to be amended, Certiorari to be returned in Ten Days, and Cases to be lodged before 21st June. - Petition of Plaintiff for Three Weeks further Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Plaintiff to amend the Order for Certiorari, presented and referred to Appeal Committee, ibid. - Report made, a Week allowed to lodge Cases. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Defendant for an early Day, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Plaintiff's Solicitors that the Keeper of Newgate in Dublin may be ordered to bring the Plaintiff to the Bar on the Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be heard on the Second Cause Day in the next Session. - Report made, and Keeper of Newgate to bring Plaintiff to the Bar at the Hearing to argue his Case.

Rum, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 83.

Rundell and Co. et al. v. Lady Mary Montgomerie and another; Cross Appeal; Vide Original Appeal, Lady Mary Montgomerie and another v. Rundell and Co. et al.

Russell v. Duke of Bedford et al.; -v.- Petitions of all Parties that these Appeals may be heard together, presented and referred to Appeal Committee . - Report made, and Petition complied with. - First Appeal to be heard. - Put off. - Second Appeal to be heard, ibid.
-, - William, Esquire, and others; Petition of, for a Bill, presented (on Petition) and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a; to be read 2a, and Standing Order No 94 to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Bill to be read 2a, and the Standing Order then to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Bill 2a; Standing Order considered and dispensed with, and Bill committed; and Standing Orders Nos 26 and 155 to be considered, and Lords summoned; and The Lords Ellenborough and Ravensworth signified their Consents. - Reported, with Amendments, and Bill to be ingrossed. - Standing Orders considered and dispensed with; Bill read 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to, with an Amendment, and Amendment considered and agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - ET. AL. v. Earl of Breadalbane; Appeal presented. - Robertson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed.

Russian Dominions, Gold, & c. raised in; Address respecting; Vide Address, No 13.
-, - Dutch Loan, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 48.
-, - Tariff of Customs, Address for; Vide Address, No 19.

Rye Harbour; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Sabbath, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 127.

Salford Improvement; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - King's Consent given, and Bill reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Sankey Brook Navigation; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - King's Consent given, and Bill reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Sarum, New, Poor Rates; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Savings Banks, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 56.

Scot v. Irving; Petition of Appellant for further Time to apply for a peremptory Order, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, Petition to stand over for further Consideration. - Petition of Respondent to dismiss Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Respondent to resume Consideration of the last Petition, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Appeal dismissed.
-, - v. - Appeal presented. - Petition of Respondent to dismiss Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Appeal dismissed.
-, - v. Ker et al.; (presented 12th February 1829;) Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Answer brought in . - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Scot v. Ker and Johnston; (presented 1st April 1829;) Petition of Appellant for further Time to apply for a peremptory Order, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, Appellant may apply forthwith for a peremptory Order. - Hearing appointed . - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Scotland.
-, - Acts of Sederunt of the Court of Session, 1829-30; delivered.
-, - Assessed Taxes; Return of Cases stated and signed by the Commissioners of; delivered.
-, - Buchan, Henry David Earl of; Petition claiming to vote at the Elections of Peers for, presented and referred to Committee for Privileges, and Committee to meet . - Report made, that the Petitioner hath made out his Claim, and Resolved and Adjudged accordingly, and Resolution to be transmitted to the Lord Clerk Register of Scotland.
-, - Caithness Roads and Statute Labour; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Caledonian Canal; Twenty-sixth Report of Commissioners of; delivered.
-, - Capital Punishments; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Committee put off. - House to be in Committee. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Civil List; Pensions granted out of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 46.
-, - Compensation; Copies of Warrants issued by the Barons of the Exchequer in Scotland, granting, to certain Persons; delivered.
-, - Court of Session; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 149.
-, - Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - Petition of Dean and Faculty of Advocates, Scotland, to postpone the Bill until next Session. - Petitions against; from Mid-Lothian; Faculty of Procurators, Glasgow; and from Society of Solicitors of the Commissary Court of Scotland, to be heard by Counsel against. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Petition of the Judges of the Supreme Consistorial Court of Scotland, against certain Parts of the Bill. - Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Petition of the Writers to the Signet, Scotland, against. - Moved, that the Bill be now read 2a; Leave given to Lord Wynford to speak sitting, on account of Infirmity; Amendment moved, to leave out ("now") and insert ("this Day Six Months"); after Debate, on Question, that ("now") stand Part of the Motion, it was resolved in the Affirmative; a Dissentient, with Reasons, entered; Bill 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned; and Counsel to be heard on behalf of the Society of Solicitors of the Commissary Court of Scotland against, in respect of their Interests. - Petition of Society of Solicitors before the Supreme Courts of Scotland, in favor. - Order for hearing Counsel against, discharged; House in Committee; Amendments made, and Bill to be printed as amended . - Report of Amendments received (on Motion); an Amendment made, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Criminal Offenders; Address respecting; Vide Address, No 12.
-, - Dundee and Newtyle Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially, with an Amendment. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendment agreed to - Royal Assent.
-, - Dundee Gas; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Harbour; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Nine Petitions in favor. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - Three Petitions in favor, ibid. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Edinburgh Advocates Widows Fund; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Elgin Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Garnkirk Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Glasgow and Kilmarnock Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed . - Petition against, ibid. - Petition of C. Campbell, Esquire, against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Leave to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Petition of Incorporated Trades of Kilmarnock to be heard by Counsel against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Leave. - Six Petitions in favor. - Reported, with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Extension of Royalty; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed . - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Port Dock; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed; and Petition of J. Dickson, Esquire, Provost of Dumbarton, against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added to Committee, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Four Petitions in favor, presented and referred to Committee . - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported, with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Inventory Duty; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 124.
-, - Inverness-shire Statute Labour; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Law of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 114.
-, - Officers of State v. Commissioners of Supply for Wigton et al.; To be heard ex-parte. - Put off . - Appellants Counsel heard, and Cause involving an important Question of Law, and affecting Public Rights, Respondents Counsel to be heard without delivering a printed Case. - To be further heard. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Reversed.
-, - Parochial Registers; A Bill for the better Regulation of, and for the general recording of such Registrations in the Office of The Lord Clerk Register in Edinburgh, presented by The Lord Napier, read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned . - 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Put off. - House in Committee; Amendments made, and Bill as amended to be printed. - Report of Amendments to be received. - Amendments reported and agreed to, further Amendments made, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Not returned.
-, - Peebles Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported . - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Statute Labour; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Perth Navigation and Harbour; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - Petitions against. - Petition in favor. - Petition against, ibid. - 2a, and committed; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint a Chairman; Petitions referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel against and for the Bill . - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Polloc and Govan Railway; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Petition against. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. Royal Assent.
-, - Poor Laws; A Bill for the better Regulation and more strict Administration of, presented by The Lord Napier; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Order discharged.
-, - Queensferry Improvement; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed . - Viscount Melville sworn at the Table to give Evidence before the Committee. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Roads and Bridges; Sixteenth Report of Commissioners for the Repair of; delivered.
-, - Ross Improvement; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Tweed Fisheries; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a; Amendments made; Bill passed, and sent to the Commons . - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Scott v. Allnutt and another; Appellant's Case withdrawn, and an amended one substituted (on Petition).
-, - v. Paterson and another; Appeal presented, and Thomson to enter into a Recognizance. - Petition of Respondent to dismiss Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Appeal dismissed.
-, - v. Yuille; Appeal presented, and Richardson to enter into Recognizance. - Respondent peremptorily to answer.

Sea Insurance Company of Scotland et al. v. Gavin et al.; To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £50 Costs.

Sederunt, Acts of; Vide Scotland.

Shakerley, Charles Peter; A Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition), and read 1a; to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made, a Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court being first delivered (upon Oath) at the Bar. - Several Witnesses to attend. - Counsel heard, and Witnesses examined. - Witnesses examined . - Evidence to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Put off. - To be further considered, and Lords summoned. - A Witness examined, and further Consideration put off, and Lords summoned, and H. Williams, Esquire, to attend. - Witnesses examined . - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons . - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Shannon Navigation Bill, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 107.

Sheffield and Wakefield Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Waterworks; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Petition of Owners of Mill Property in and near Sheffield against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Petitions against; from Inhabitants of Sheffield. - Of Owners of Mills in Sheffield and Ecclesfield; and of Owners of Streams and Mills on the Rivers Porter, & c. to be heard by Counsel against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Leave. - Reported specially, with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Shipping, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 136 to 148.
-, - British; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 53. - Correspondence respecting; Vide Navigation - Vide Address, No 21.

Shoreham Bridge and Roads; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Put off. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Shoreham Harbour, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 53.

Shrewsbury and Holyhead Road, Report respecting; Vide Holyhead, & c. Road.

Shubenaccadie Canal; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - Put off. - Order discharged. - To be read 2a. - On Motion to be now read 2a, objected to; Amendment moved, to leave out ("now") and insert ("this Day Six Months"); on Question, that ("now") stand Part of the Motion, it was resolved in the Affirmative; Bill 2a, and committed. - Reported; Amendments moved, and negatived. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Sign Manual, The King's; Message and Address respecting; Vide Message, No. 1.; Address, No 18. - Vide King's, The, Signature Bill; and Committee, No 9.

Silks, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos. 131, 132, 133.
-, - Trade in; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 126.

Silver, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 89.
-, - and Gold Coin, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 84 to 87.

Slane, Barony of; Petition respecting; Vide Ireland.

Slave Bounties; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. House to be in Committee. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Trade, Papers respecting; (Class A. Correspondence with the British Commissioners; Class B. Correspondence with Foreign Powers;) delivered (by Command).

Slavery, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 13. 67.

Slaves in certain of the Colonies; Order of The King in Council for consolidating Laws respecting; delivered (by Command).

Smith v. Mitchell and another; To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - George, - John Christopher, Naturalization; Bills presented (on Petitions), and read 1a. - Certificate produced; Petitioners take the Oaths; Bills 2a, and committed. - Reported, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Smugglers Families Maintenance; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Reported; Amendments made, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Southwold Harbour; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed, and Five Petitions against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Reported, with an Amendment. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Sovereigns, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 90, 91.

Speaker; The Lord President chosen, pro tempore.
-, - The Lord Auckland chosen, pro tempore.
-, - The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury chosen, pro tempore.
-, - The Earl of Shaftesbury chosen, pro tempore.
-, - Lord Tenterden appointed. - Sat as Speaker.
-, - Lord Wynford appointed. - Sat as Speaker.

Speech of the Lords Commissioners at the Opening of the Session . - Reported. - Vide Address, No 1.
-, - of His Majesty on the Prorogation of Parliament.

Spirits, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 157 to 160.
-, - Duties; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Licences, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 70.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 50. 68. 77. 110. 129.

Stafford Improvement; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Stage Coach Proprietors; Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Petitions of Tradesmen of Liverpool against, and of Publishers and Booksellers in London, respecting Packages containing Books, & c. - Amendments reported and agreed to, further Amendments made, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons . - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Staines Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 68.

Stamford Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Stamp Duties, Ireland; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 76, 77, 78.; Petitions, Nos 99. 110.
-, - on Conveyances; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 81, 82.
-, - Scotland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 115.
-, - Duty on Medicines; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 117.

Stamps for Notes, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 79, 80.

Standon Inclosure; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

State of the Country, Motions respecting; Vide Motions, Nos 4, 5.

Steel Manufactures, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Stevenson v. Rowand; To be heard. - Heard for Appellant. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Stewart v. Fullarton et al.; To be heard. - Heard. - To be considered, and Copies of the Deeds of Entail of the Ascog Estate to be laid before the House. - Put off . - Copies of the Deeds laid on the Table. - Consideration put off. - Order discharged. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed.
-, - Sir M. P. S., Baronet, v. Porterfield; Appeal presented. - Respondent peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

St. Giles and St. George Bloomsbury Vestry; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a, and Standing Orders Nos 26 and 155 to be considered. - 2a, and committed, and Order for considering Standing Orders discharged. - Petition against . - Reported, ibid. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

St. Helens and Runcorn Gap Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported . - King's Consent given; Bill 3a, and passed.- Royal Assent.

St. Katharine's Docks; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a 144 - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

St. Marylebone; A Bill for establishing a Market in the Parish of; Vide Portman Market Bill.

Stoke Newington Estate Bill; Vide New River Company.

Stonehaven Harbour, Trustees of, v. Sir A. Keith; Appeal presented, and Duthie to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.

Stonehouse Mill Bridge; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - King's Consent given, and Bill read 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

St. Pancras Select Vestry Act, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 33.

Strathmore, Earl of, v. Dundas et al.; Appeal presented, and Cuninghame to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte . - Petition of Appellant for an early Day, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition not complied with.

Streets, Stoppages in; Order to prevent.

Strickland (Great) Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Strode, George, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed.

Sub-letting Act, Ireland; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 24. 125.

Sugar Duties; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Warehoused; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Suits in Equity Bill; Vide Equity Suits.

Sunderland Harbour; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported, with Amendments, and Consideration put off for Three Months,
-, - A Second Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Superannuation Allowances, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 66.
-, - Special Case of; Copy of Treasury Minute superannuating Mr. Tatler, Audit Office; delivered.

Surrey Coal Meters; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Petition against. - Reported. - To be read 3a. - Put off. - 3a; moved to leave out the Clause for paying the Expences of the Act; objected to; on Question, that Clause stand Part of the Bill, it was resolved in the Affirmative, and Bill passed. - Royal Assent.

Swansea Gas; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Tanjore commissioners; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported . - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Taxes, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 113.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 23. 44. 102. 111.
-, - Receivers General of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 54.

Taylor et al. v. Sir W. Forbes et al.; Petition to revive Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Tea, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 36.
-, - Copy of the Correspondence and Papers relating to the Samples of, procured from Foreign Countries by His Majesty's Consuls; ordered. - Delivered; to be printed, and referred to the Committee on the Affairs of The East India Company.
-, - Hawkers of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 48.

Temperance, Promotion of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 129.

Terceira, Affair of; Motion respecting; Vide Motion, No 6.

Test Roll; The Lord Mont Eagle having signed the, by the Title of Sligo, the Entry to be vacated, and Leave given to his Lordship to sign the Roll by the Title of Mont Eagle.

Thames Navigation; - Mooring Chains in; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 64.

Thirsk Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Thompson, P. B., Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read (on Petition), and Bill 1a.

Thomson, v. Forrester; Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition complied with . - To be heard. - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Put off. - To be heard. - Put off. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £50 Costs.
-, - v. Dr. Williamson et al.; Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

Timber, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 98, 99.

Tithes; A Bill for facilitating the Composition of, in England and Wales, presented by The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury; read 1a, and to be printed. - Petition of The Vicar of St. Helens, York, for Introduction of certain Clauses.

Tiverton Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Petition against. - 2a, and committed. - Petition against. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Tobacco, Cultivation of, in the East Indies; Paper respecting; Vide East Indies.
-, - Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 112.

Tonbridge, & c. Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Torrington (Great) Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Toys, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Trade and Navigation, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 75. 136, 137, 138.

Transfer of Aids; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Transportation of Offenders; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Treasurer of the Navy Bill; Vide Navy.

Truck System of paying Wages, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 22.

Turner v. Gibb and another; Petition of Respondents to dismiss Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, Petition not complied with, and Cause to be heard. - To be heard. - Put off. - Appellant's Counsel heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Turnery, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Turnpike Road Acts, Ireland, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 14.
-, - Laws of Ireland, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 86.

Tweed Fisheries Bill; Vide Scotland.

Two-penny Post Letters, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 60.

Tythe Laws, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 1. 42.

Tythes, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 54. 62. 119.

Union with Ireland, Petition for Repeal of; Vide Petitions, No 141.

Vaccine Establishment, Report respecting; Address for; Vide Address, No 9.

Vagrants, Report respecting; Message for; Vide Message, No 8.

Vesey v. Bodkin; To be heard. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Order Reversed.

Vestry Act, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 25. 125.
-, - Assessments, Ireland; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 54.

Vine v. Doe; Writ of Error; Non-pros'd (on Petition).

Wages, Payment of; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 22. 39. 46. 126.

Wallbeoff, John, Esquire; Petition of, by his Attorney, for a Divorce Bill, and that the Examination of Witnesses to support the same may be taken in India, presented; Power of Attorney from Petitioner to E. A. Wilde to sign the Petition, produced, and the Signature of One of the Witnesses thereto proved. - The Signature of W. Norris to the Power of Attorney proved, and the Petition referred to a Committee to consider and report . - Report from Committee read; Bill presented, and read 1a, and several Orders made pursuant to the Report.

Wallis, Thomas, Esquire; A Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition), and read 1a; to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made, a Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court being first delivered (upon Oath) at the Bar. - Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned . - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, and Bill read 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed . - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Walsall, & c. Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed, . - Royal Assent.

Wareham Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Warehoused Sugar Bill; Vide Sugar.

Warriner, Ernle, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons . - Returned agreed to, with an Amendment, and Amendment considered and agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Warrington and Newton Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Watches, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Watching, & c. Parishes Bill; Vide Parishes.

Waterford Roads Bill; Vide Ireland.

Watling Street Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Weavers of Bandon, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 81.

Welsh Iron and Coal Mining Company; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Reference to Judges changed (on Petition). - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Petition of T. H. Parker, Esquire, and others, against, presented and referred to the Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel; all Lords added, and P. Perring to attend the Committee. - Reported, with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to . - Royal Assent.
-, - Judicature, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 17, 18, 19.

Wendover Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, with an Amendment, and the Consideration thereof put off for Six Months.
-, - and Buckingham Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Werneth and Littleborough Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

West Cowgate, Newcastle, Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - India Produce; Copy of an Order from the Treasury, directing the Custom House Duties heretofore levied on, subject to the 4½ per Cent. Duty to the Crown, to be remitted; ordered, . - Delivered. - To be printed.
-, - Spirits; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.
-, - Indies, Sunday Labour in; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 100.

Westmeath, Marquess of, v. Marquess of Salisbury et al.; Petition of the Respondent, The Marchioness of Westmeath, for an early Day for final Consideration, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be considered. - To be further heard by One Counsel on a Side . - Put off. - Counsel called in, Order for further Hearing discharged, and Cause to be further considered. - Considered, and put off.

Westminster Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 73.

Weston Zoyland Inclosure; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Whaddon Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Wheat, Accounts respecting; Vide Corn.

Whitehead v. Rowat; To be heard. - Put off. - Heard, and Interlocutors Reversed, with a Declaration.

Whitesheet Hill Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Wibsey Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Wigan Railway; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Williams's Estate Bill; Vide Chetwynd.

Willis et Ux. v. Sir G. A. Robinson, Baronet, et al.; Petition of Respondent, Lord Glammis, for an early Day for hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be heard. - Put off, ibid. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Decree Affirmed.

Wilson, Sir T. M., Baronet; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Referred to the same Judges as Petition presented last Session (on Petition), ibid. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - Petition against. - To be read 2a, ibid. - Petition of Tenants of Hampstead, to be heard against. - On Motion to be now read 2a, moved to leave out ("now") and insert ("this Day Three Months"); on Question, that ("now") stand Part of the Motion, it was resolved in the Negative, and Bill put off for Three Months.

Wire, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Wistow Inclosure; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

Witnesses, Expences of, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

Woods, Forests and Land Revenue; 6th Report of Commissioners of, delivered in the last Session; to be printed. - 7th Report; delivered, and to be printed.

Wool, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 11. 15. - Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 191, 192.

Woollen Manufactures, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 135.

Woollen Rags; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 190.

Wootton Bassett Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a . - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Wynne v. Sir G. A. Robinson, Baronet, et al.; Writ of Error; to be heard. - Heard, and Judgment Affirmed.

Yeoman Usher of the Black Rod; The Lord Chancellor acquainted the House, that the Gentleman Usher had appointed James Pulman, Esquire, in place of Robert Quarme, Esquire, who had resigned; and Address thereon ordered . - Vide Address, No 20.

Yeovil Improvement; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed . - Royal Assent.

York Assizes, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 52.