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Index to Session 1830-31: K-Z

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Journal of the House of Lords: Volume 63, 1830-1831. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, [n.d.].

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KELLY et al. v. Sir S. Stirling et al.; Cross Appeal; Vide Original Appeal, Sir S. Stirling v. Kelly.

Kelp, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 69.

Kent, Constables Bills and County Rates; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 69. 70.

Ker and Johnston v. Bell et al.; Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - et al. v. Sir R. W. Vaughan, Baronet, et al.; Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Kibble, J. and E. v. Stevenson et al.; Appeal presented, and Dobie to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

Kilcullen and Limerick Roads, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 91.

Kilpole, Vicarage of; Address respecting; Vide Address, No 9.

King, John, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges.
-, - The, Present; His Majesty made and signed the Declaration against Transubstantiation, and made a Speech to both Houses of Parliament.
-, - and made a Speech to both Houses at the Prorogation of Parliament.

Kinkaid, J. B. Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges in Scotland. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed.

LABOUR, Price of; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 58.

Labourers in Husbandry; A Bill to provide for the better Employment of, presented by The Earl of Winchilsea and Nottingham; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Order discharged.
-, - Wages, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 8. 87.

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

Landlords Right of Hypothec (Scotland); Vide Scotland (Hypothec).

Langston et al. v. Langston et al.; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Latham, R. et al. Trustees of Bushell's Charity, or Goosnargh Hospital; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read (on Petition), and Bill 1a.

Law; Bills respecting the Proceedings in the Courts of; Vide Witnesses Examination; Prohibition and Mandamus; Interpleader; Arbitration; Judgment and Execution.
-, - Common, Suits at, Bill; Vide Common Law Courts.

Lead, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 3. 4. 5.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 5.

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

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

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

Lewis and Stevens v. Bridgman and Mallet; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Leys, Masson and Company v. Lord Forbes; Appeal presented.

Liberty of the Press, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 30.

Licences for Sale of Beer, &c.; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 72.

Limerick and Kilcullen Roads; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 91.

Linlithgowshire Roads Bill; Vide Scotland.

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

Liverpool Docks, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 37.
-, - Poor Rates; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - and Manchester Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - and Preston Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

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

Local Jurisdiction; A Bill for establishing Courts of, presented by The Lord Chancellor; read 1a, and to be printed. - Petitions in favor, from Collumpton. - Sleaford. - Wisbech. - Northwick.

Logan and Another v. Wright et al.; To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - et al. v. Wienholt and Another; To be heard. - Order discharged.

London Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 36.
-, - - Approaches; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - Petitions against, from Vestrymen of St. John's, Southwark, (received as the Petition of the Persons signing it); Vestrymen St. Olave's, Southwark, and South Lambeth. - St.Michael's, Crooked Lane, and St. Clement's, East Cheap. - Bill read 2a, and committed. - Petitions referred to Committee. - Reported, with Amendments. - 3a, an Amendment made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Paving of, - Sewers of, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 36.

Londonderry Corporation Funds, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 114.

Lords Summoned; 20. 28. 35. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Order discharged. - Lords summoned. ibid. 185. 200. 210. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords sumoned. - Order discharged. - Lords summoned. 309. 328. 344. 380. 507.
-, - Take the Oaths; 5. 6. ibid. 7. ibid. 8. ibid. 9. 10. 15. 16. 21. 29. 37. 44. 48. 52. 102. 111. 114. 120. ibid. 124. 129. 135. 143. 147. 156. 158. 171. 176. 196. 207. ibid. 210. 215. 224. 242. 328. 344. 351. 373. 410. 422. 468. 475. 510.

Lottery Office, Treasury Minute (26th October 1830) granting Allowances to Officers of; delivered.

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

Lunacy, Metropolitan Commissioners of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 55.

Lunatics; A Bill to diminish the Inconvenience and Expence of Commissions in the Nature of Writs De lunatico inquirendo, and to provide for the better Care and Treatment of Idiots, Lunatics and Persons of unsound Mind, found such by Inquisition, presented by The Lord Chancellor; read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Committee put off, and Lords summoned. - Went through Committee, with Amendments, and Bill to be printed. - Amendments reported, and Bill re-committed, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned.

Lunatics, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 56.
-, - Commissioners of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 54.

Lysaght and another v. Walker et al.; Writ of Error (Ireland); To be heard. - Petition of Plaintiffs to postpone the Hearing, ibid. - Heard, and Judgment Affirmed.

Maccabe v. Hussey and Maccabe; Petition of Respondent (Catherine Hussey) to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Hearing appointed. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

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

Macdonald v. Mackie and Company; Appeal presented, and Fraser to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.
-, - Lord; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Macdougall v. Purrier; To be heard. - Put off, and the Judges to attend. - Heard in part (the Judges being present). - Fully heard (the Judges being present), ibid. - To be considered. - Put off. - Considered, and Order Reversed, with a Declaration.

Machinery, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 46.

Macintyre et al. v. Macdonald and another; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Mackay v. Davidson and another; To be heard. - Apellant's Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Mackenzie v. Gilchrist; To be heard. - Order discharged. - Appeal withdrawn (on Petition).
-, - v. Houston, et e contra; Respondent to Cross Appeal peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed, ibid. - Cross Appeal to be heard with Original.
-, - v. Macartney; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Hearing appointed. - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - v. Rose; Respondent peremptorily to answer.
-, - Et al. v. Anderson; To be heard. - Put off. - Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Mac Neill v. Mc Neill and Jollie; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed, and Cause remitted.

Macpherson v. Cameron et al.; To be heard. - Petition of Appellant to remit the Cause to the Court of Session, or to amend Appeal and withdraw Case, and substitute another. - Leave given to amend the Appeal, and Cause remitted.

Mactavish v. Scott et al.; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - To be heard. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Put off. - Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed.

Maddison, J. 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.

Mahon et al. v. Irwin; Appeal presented. - Hamilton to enter into Recognizance. - Petition of Appellant to withdraw Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made; Petition withdrawn, Appeal having been dismissed for want of Appellants Cases.

Maiden Newton Inclosure; 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.

Malt Duty, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 40. 110. - Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 73.

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

Mandamus, Writs of; Bill respecting; Vide Prohibition.

Mar, The Earl of, v. Lady F. erskine et al.; Appeal presented, and Mundell to enter into Recognizance. -Petition of Appellant to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed ex-parte (no Respondents Case).

Marlow Church Bill; Vide Great Marlow.

Marriage, Bills to dissolve; Vide Divorce Bills.
-, - of Protestants with Catholics by Catholic Clergymen, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 81.

Maule v. The Honorable W. Maule; - The Honorable W. v. Maule; Appeals withdrawn (on Petition).

Maxwell and Company v. Stevenson and Company; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Reversed, ibid.

M'Gregor, Sir E. J. M. Baronet, v. The East India Company; Hearing appointed. -Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Appeal withdrawn (on Petition).

M'Grigor et al. v. Cochran; Petition of Respondent for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed.

M'Taggart v. Jeffrey; To be heard. - Put off. - Heard. - Consideration put off. - Considered, and Interlocutor in part Reversed, with a Declaration, and Cause remitted.

Megget and Roy v. douglas; Petition of Appellant to amend Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Respondent peremptorily to answer. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. -Report made, and Petition complied with.

Message-(1.) to the Commons for Reports of the last Session on the State of the Poor in Ireland. - Delivered by the Masters, and to be printed.
-, 2. - for Report of the last Session on the Growth and Cultivation of Tobacco. - Delivered by the Masters. - To be printed.
-, 3. - for Report of the last Session on the Coal Trade. - Delivered by the Masters.
-, 4. - for Report in Session 1828 on that Part of the Poor Laws relating to the Employment or Relief of able-bodied Persons from the Poor Rate. - Commons will send an Answer.
-, 5. - requesting that they will give Leave to Members to attend the following Committees of this House; vizt.
-, Select Committee on the Poor Laws; T. L. Hodges, Esquire. - Leave given. - T. G. B. Estcourt, Esquire. - Commons will send an Answer. - R. A. Slaney, Esquire. - Commons will send an Answer. - T. B. G. Estcourt, Esquire, and M. T. Sadler, Esquire. - Commons will send an Answer, ibid.
-, Committee for Privileges on Lord Macdonald's Claim; Sir James Macdonald, Baronet. - Leave given.
-, Earl of Tyrconnell's Claim; Sir R. T. Wilson.
-, 6. - from the Commons for Leave to The Lord Chancellor to attend the Committee on the Salaries, &c. of Offices held by Members of either House of Parliament, and Leave given. - For Lord Durham to attend said Committee. - Leave given. - For The Duke of Richmond to attend same Committee, and Leave given.

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

Military Account Office, Ireland; Copy of Treasury Minute respecting; Vide Ireland.

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

Money Payment of Wages Bill; Vide Wages, Payment of, in Money, Bill.

Monkland Navigation Company v. Dixon; Cross Appeal; Vide Original Appeal, Dixon v. The Monkland Navigation Company.

Montgomerie, Lady Mary, and another, v. Rundell and Company et al. et e contra; Petition of Respondents for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be heard. - Answer to Cross Appeal brought in. - Heard in part. - Put off. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Moray, James, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges in Scotland. - Reference to Judges changed (on Petition). - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed.

Morgan et al. v. Evans et al. et e contra; Answer to Cross Appeal brought in. - Hearing appointed.

Morris v. Davies; Petition of Appellant to receive Appeal, and Counter Petition of Respondent, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Appeal not to be received.

Morton v. Hunters and Company; To be heard. - Put off. - Order discharged, and Cause to be heard. - Answer brought in. - Appellant's Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, ibid.

Motion - (1.) to resolve, That this House will institute an Inquiry into the Causes of the present State of the Country, and as to the Remedies which may be adopted; objected to, and a Question stated thereupon; after Debate, previous Question put, whether the said Question shall be now put? Resolved in the Negative.
-, 2. - for an Address for Papers respecting our Commercial Relations with Portugal; in part objected to; and such Part being withdrawn, Remainder of Motion agreed to; Vide Address, No 10.
-, 3. - That the Clerk Assistant do class the Petitions from Places in Great Britain, presented in the Two last Sessions and the present, which describe the general Distress of the People; objected to and (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 4. - for an Address to His Majesty to represent that it appears to the House, that a Dissolution of Parliament at the present Juncture is likely to be attended with great Danger to His Majesty's Crown and Dignity, and to every Institution of the State, by preventing the deliberate Consideration of any Question tending to the Reform of the Representation of the People. - Debate on the Motion resumed.

Moy River, Navigation of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 79.

Munro and another v. Drummond et al.; To be considered.

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.; Hearing appointed. - Petition of some of the Respondents to lodge Cases, and of Alexander Goldie to lodge a separate Case, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

National Debt, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 21.
-, - Annuities granted by Commissioners for Reduction of, and Expences of Commissioners; Accounts of; Vide Accounts, No 22.

Naturalization Act, Ireland; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 3.

Navigation and Trade, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 34.

Netherlands, Protocol of the Conference of the Ministers of the Allied Powers in June 1814 respecting the; Address for; Vide Address, No 2.
-, - Sums paid to Russia under Treaty between Great Britain, Russia and the; Address for Account of; Vide Address, No 7.

Newcastle upon Tyne; The Master of St. Mary's Hospital in, Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges.

Newspapers, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 30.

Nicol v. Sir R. W. Vaughan et al.; Appeal presented. - Farrer to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, and Petition of Appellant for an early Day for Hearing, severally presented and referred to Appeal Committee, ibid. - Report made, and both Parties allowed now to lodge their Cases, and last Petition not complied with.

Noel, Sir G. N. Baronet, v. Rochfort et al.; To be heard. - Put off. - To be heard. - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Heard. - Considered, and Judgment in part Affirmed, and Cause remitted with Directions.

North Level Drainage; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed; Petition of J. Hannath 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.

Northern Light Houses, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 19.

Norwich and North Walsham Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - And Yarmouth Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Oaths taken by the Lords; Vide Lords.

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

Orders, Standing; No 1. respecting the Sitting of the Lords, moved to be read.
-, - Nos 26 and 155. to be considered. - Dispensed with on the Consolidated Fund Bill. - On Grosvenor's Relief Bill.

Orford, Christian Anne; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - A Witness to attend to be sworn to give Evidence before the Judges, and to produce certain Indentures.

Orphans Fund, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 35.

Oswald, R. A. Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges in Scotland. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - A printed Copy of the Bill referred to Judges in Ireland to take a Consent.

Paper, Machinery for making; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 46.

Parish Offices, Ireland; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 42.

Parliament, Dissolution of; Motion for Address respecting; Vide Motion, No 4.
-, - Members of either House of; Copy of the Treasury Minute of the 15th of April, respecting the Reduction of the Salaries of Official Persons being; ordered.-Delivered. -To be printed.
-, - Petition to restore to Ireland its; Vide Petitions, No 84.
-, - Prorogued by Writ, 3.-Opened by Commission, 4.
-, - Prorogued by the King. - Dissolved, ibid.

Parliaments, Clerk of the; Committee on the Office of; Vide Committee, No 5.

Patents, &c. continuing; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Peerages, Claims of; Vide Annandale; Devon; Perth; Slane; Stafford.
-, - to vote at Elections of Representative Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland - Bandon; Clonbrock; Headfort; Macdonald, Teignmouth; Tyrconnel; Waterford.

Peers, Roll of; Vide House.

Peniche, John Thomas, Naturalization; Bill presented (on Petition), and read 1a. - Certificate produced; Petitioner takes the Oaths; Bill read 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

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

Pensions, &c. Duties; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - granted by The East India Company; Vide East India Company.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 57.
-, - Scotland; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 40.

Pentland v. Booth and another; Petition of One of the Respondents, and others, to revive Appeal, and add Parties Respondents, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - v. Lord Gwydir et al.; To be heard. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £100 Costs,.
-, - v. The Honorable J. W. Murray et al.; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondents to revive Appeal, add a Party Respondent, and lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, Perry Barr Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a.- 2a, and committed. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, Perth; Petition of Thomas Drummond of Biddick, Durham, to His Majesty, claiming the Titles of Earl of, Lord Drummond, Stobhall and Montefex, presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges. - Petition of Claimant that Committee may meet.

Petitions respecting Distress, Motion relative to; Vide Motion, (No 3.)
-, - Reform in Parliament, presented in this Session; a Classification of, laid on the Table, and to be printed.
-, - Receivers and Tryers of, appointed.
-, 1. - for the Abolition of Slavery; from Upwell and Welney; Wisbech; Haverfordwest; Wesleyan Chapel, Kington; Newcastle upon Tyne; Alnmouth; Alnwick; Hereford; Baptist Church, Kington; Huntington; New Sarum; Downton; Truro Anti-Slavery Society; Roseland; Buckfastleigh; Bishop Auckland; North Shields; and Ashburton. - Archdeaconry of Wells; Inhabitants, Frome; and Dissenters, From. - Grimshaw Street Chapel, Preston; Inskip; Cannon Street Chapel, Preston; Portsea; Market Weighton; Great Gomersal; Paul; Winterslow; Cheltenham; Malton; Oakridge, Bisley; Stroud; and Cirencester. - North-leach; Randwick; Littleworth; Brimscombe; Chalford; New Road Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne; Pembroke; Southern Pits; Haking; Waterston; Merlin's Bridge; Milford; Spittal; Roach; Hearson Mountain; Carew; Jefferson; Narberth; Pembroke Dock; Tenby; Stainton; Haverfordwest; Redburth; Alton; Shafton; Dodworth; Hemsforth; Brierley; Great Houghton; Roystone; Burton; Cudworth; Staincross; and Brunswick Place Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne. - Barnsley; Wisbech; Hastings; Hailsham; Canterbury; Colchester; Chelmsford; Bury Saint Edmunds; Chichester; Warblington and Emsworth; Whittington; Ashton-under-Lyne; Broughton; Salendine Nook; and Pudsey. - Dent; Highfield; Wortley; Ridgeway; and Stafford. - New Woodstock; North Dalton; Greasbrough; Dalston; Carlisle; Brampton; Wigton; Weatheral; Scaleby; Hutton Scough; Keswick; and Bolton. - Quakers, Chesterfield; Ilkiston; Turnditch; Derby; Kingsthorpe; Northampton; Thrapston; Milton; Blisworth; Towcester; Northampton; Moor Green; Little Brington; Leek; Sandon; Newcastleunder-Lyme; Betley; Breadsall; Seven Incorporated Trades, Aberdeen; Fisherton Anger; New Sarum; West and East Grinstead; Whiteparish; Pitton and Winterslow; Alderbury; Wilton; Winterbourne; Netton; Fordingbridge; South Newton and Stapleford; Amesbury; Downton; Brigg; Truro; Grampound; Barnard Castle; Eggleston; and Cockfield. - Middleton in Teesdale; Newbiggin in Teesdale; Staindrop; Newbottle; Easington Lane; CoxGreen; New Lambton; Southwick; Philadelphia Chapel, Durham; Hylton-Ferry; Ashby-de-la-Zouch; Blackburn; Ulley; Badcox Lane Chapel, Frome; Rook Lane Chapel, Frome; Shuttle Street Chapel, Frome; Zion Chapel, Frome; Guildford; Macclesfield; Grampound; Baptists, Eagle Street, London; Female Baptists, Eagle Street, London; Flowergate, Whitby; Harrington; Idle; Airedale College, Colverly; Chesterfield; and Derby. - Oxford; Portsmouth and Portsea; Northampton; Ravensthorpe; Creaton; Spratton; Oundle; Bugbrook; Leicester; Corsley; Kislingbury; Minchinhampton; Bridgnorth; Stafford; Allestree; Heage; St. Peter's Church, Derby; St. John's Church, Derby; and Brook Street Chapel, Derby. - Independents, Great Driffield; Uley; Baptists, Great Driffield; South Cave; Stoney Street Chapel, Nottingham; Canaan Street Chapel, Nottingham; North Cove and Worlingham; Females of Hereford; Longridge; Chipping; Ribchester; Bolton le Moors; Islington, Blackburn; Bungay; Baptists, Haworth; Whitby; Inhabitants of Haworth; Bradford; and Stone. - St. Neots; Plymouth; South Normanton and Pinxton; Argoed; Tredegar Works; Harrow on the Hill; and Oxford. - Knaresborough; Youghal; Hayfield; and Tintwhistle, Glossop. - Glossop; Hadfield; Bongs Mellor; Furness, Disley; Marple; Whitfield; Compstall Bridge; New Mills; Longhurst Lane, Mellor; Rowarth, New Mills; Padfield, Glossop; Chirton; Limerick; Saint Mary, Limerick; Saint John, Limerick; Saint Munchin, Limerick; Staindrop; Selby; Greenwich Road Chapel; London Street Chapel, Greenwich; Romford; Lambourn; Weathersfield; Eye; Rosemarket; Little Haven;Saint Ishmael's; Haverfordwest; Plymouth; Inhabitants of Redruth; Bridlington; Chacewater; Warminster; Bradford; Romsey, Infra and Extra; Whitby; Baptists, Redruth; Falmouth and Flushing; and Poole. - Montrose; Shrewton and Winterbourne-Stoke; Randwick; Cheadle; Females of Great Queen Street Chapel, Lincolns Inn Fields; Sheffield; Leeds; Quakers, Youghal; Inhabitants of Youghal; Brigham, &c.; Whitehaven; and Sporlecum Palgrave. - Margate; High Street Chapel, Huddersfield; Berry Brow, Huddersfield; Lindley; Shelley; Greengate, Salford; Linthwaite; and Huddersfield, ibid. - Burlington, &c.; Flambro'; Shaftesbury; The Sokens, Essex; Hornchurch; Albury; Witham; Pembroke; Lyme Regis; Unitarians, Hull; Penzance; Codford and Wiley; Ashburton; and Independents, Hull. - Wareham; Camborne; Devizes; Truro; Calne; Cottingham; Methodists, Hull; Dissenters, Warminster; Inhabitants of Warminster; St. Day, Gwennap; Wilton; Mylor; Keppel Street Chapel, Russell Square; and Females of Wareham. - Chippenham; Crockerton; Higher Town, Truro; Penpoll St. Feock; Queen Street Chapel, Lincolns Inn Fields; Macclesfield; and Kingsland. - King's Lynn; Durham; Baptists, Stockton on Tees; Independents, Stockton upon Tees; Bishopwearmouth; Huddersfield; Walmgate; York; Birstall; Houghton le Spring; Colliery Row, Durham; Hetton; Monkwearmouthshore; Shiney Row, Durham; Easington; Whitburn; Deptford, Durham; West Boldon; Moulton; Ashby Parva; and Churchover. - Kelvedon; Carnarvon; Holyhead; Corn Street Chapel, Bath; Tilshead; Roleston; North Walsham; Eccleshill; Attercliffe; Sheffield; Bradford; Thorp; Methodists, Hull; Pontefract; Skipton; Sowerby Bridge; Thurgoland; Church Brampton; Middleton Cheney; Banbury; Milford; Bath; Clergy of Berks; Laycock; and Croscombe. - Females of Chard; North Walsham; Rawden; Cole Street Chapel, Evesham; Atch Lench, Evesham; and Chard. - Provost, &c. of Stirling; Leominster; Garden Street Chapel, Sheffield; Widmerpool and Willoughby-on-the-Wolds; Cullercoats, &c.; and Amersham. -Westport; Wortley; Beal; Bradford Moor; Calverley; Ampleforth; Badsworth; Bugthorpe; Seaton Ross; Morton Banks; Brompton; Top Rakes, Briesfield; Collingham; Gomersal; Minting; Westgate End, Wakefield; Marishes; Appleton Wiske; Knayton; Brotherton; Bolton; Great Horton; Linton; Seven Stars; Brigham; Marsden; Coverham; Swaffham; Church Street Chapel, Blackfriars Road; South Ockendon; Ayton; Ripon; Bethel Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne; and Bamford. - Barnard Castle; Rushmere and Playford; Burford; Wardington; Stone and Park Chapels, Leeds; Baptists, Braintree; Bocking; Inhabitants of Braintree; and Dissenters, Bocking. - Lynn Regis; and Killeagh. - Lutterworth; Watford; Stebbing; Leverington and Parson Drove; Independents, Sheffield; Shap; and Hitchin. -Baldock; Hemel Hempstead; Weston; March; Ely; Cannon Street Road Chapel, St. George's East; Cliffe, Lewes; Alton; Birmingham; Crouch End; Bow; Loughton; Clipston; Bentworth; Pakenham; Hull; Worstead; West Bilney and Pentney; Taunton; Southmolton; Saint Peter's Chapel, Northumberland; Walsham le Willows; Tintagel; Elmswell; West Stowe; Broadway, Worcester; Golden Valley, Gloucester; Charlbury; Duggleby; Laughton; Denholme, Bradford; Risca; Darley; Frodsham;Gloucester; Merthyr Tydvil; Haslingden; Finedon; Gosport; and Docking. - Shirenewton; Foleshill; Hugh Town, Scilly; Horse Downs; Cookley; Wysall; Eastcott; Clun; Southwold; Doveridge; Bidford; Burton; Bodmin; Wendron; Buckland, Bucks; Egham; Earl Shilton; Beckingham; Reedness; Eaton Bray; Buckland, Frome; Ghewilog; Easby; Winsley; Bollington; Ditcheat; Collumpton; Dursley; Ellesmere, &c.; Dent; Staverton; Garehill; Dunster; East Moor, Wakefield; and Coverack. - Saxilby; Freiston; Sandsend; Snelston; Stamshaw; Truewheale; Knutton Heath; Stratton; Snelson; Tean; Stoke under Hamden; St. Wenn; Limber; Stainland; St. Kew; South Clifton; Padstow; Shepton; Beauchamp; Nunnington; St. Martin, Cornwall; Spalding; Midford; Sileby; Fiskerton; Leegrave; Norton on the Moors; Ryton; Oxhill; Millington; Longholme; Cockerington; Monk Fryston; Shadwell; Portington; and Bardney. - Blundeston; Setterington; Sandbach; Silsden; Thurmaston; Oulton; Barnby; Hightown; Hungerford; Warter; Rilla Mill; Rillington; Barnton; Blagdon; Burton upon Trent; Brinsley; Chilcompton; Bolton; Boughton; Burton; Bassingham; Bridgewater; Alternon; Buckley; Bawdsey; Blaenavon; Bentham; Blythe-Marsh; Blidworth; Barrowford; Blyton; Barsby and South Croxton; Bosley; Brighouse; and Broadkempston. - Castleford; Cubert; Amcotts; Alstonfield; Audley; Alfreton; Axminster; Accrington; Alsager Bank; Ashton in Mackerfield; Bradford; Burbage; Barrow; Burford; Borlorn; Bridge Illogan; Bamber Bridge; Bury Hill; Bawburgh; Bradworthy; Buxton; Barwell; Arnold; Halstead; Haddenham; Ripon; Darwen; Kirton in Lindsey; Rudstone; Kirkstall Forge; Swinton; Oakhampton; Hawnby; Foxholes; and Toddington. - Goldsithney; Ansty; Watchet; Garstang; Tywardreath; Whixley; Beeston; Westhouse; Seamer; Drayton; West Ashby; St. Neots, Huntingdon; Fowey; Filey; St. Weonard's; Burnham; Colan; Fenton; Snailsworth; New Radford; Torksey; Kirk Deighton; Harriseahead, Wolstanton; Kirkby Stephen; Wragby; Kirkham Gate, Wakefield; Lusworth; Plumpton and Billsboro'; West Bromwich; Gate Helmsley; Green Hammerton; Acklam; Wigglesworth; Borrowby; Knaresbrough; and Bridport. - Bramham; Cotgrave; Burythorpe; Belton; Saltfleetby; Cheadle Pulkeley; Queenborough; New-Miller-Dam, Sandal Magna; St. Faith's; South Petherton; West Stockwith; Tealby; Stanley; Keadby; Ramsbottam Bury; Syston; Sandford; Rhayader; Churchill; Milford; Paulton; Sticklepath; St. Harmon Rhayader; Ely; Sithney; Ratcliff; Marytavy; Penner; Radford; Hatcliff; Tetbury; New Brinsley; Newquay, Cornwall; Roughlee; Rolleston; and Porthleven, Sithney. - Mapperley; Orteston; St. Aubin's, Jersey; Kingsbury; Thurlton; Mevagissey; Mawgan; Pitsford; Reston; Marsden; Pendleton; Marton; Bradnop; Peasenhall; Mount Pleasant, Lancaster; Langley; Tonbridge; Biddulph Moor, Congleton; Clench-wharton; Risborough; West Chinnock; Rawmarsh; Great Bedwin; Cheddar; Cotmanhay; Pinner; Cranbrook; Caldicot; Cayton; Culmstock; Butterwick; Crakehall; Stone Allerton; and Carlton, Nottingham. - Stretham, Isle of Ely; Boveytracey; Chesterton; Chorley; Aberford; Little Bentley; Dumfries; Spofforth; Swardeston; Pentney; Brayfield; Banbury; Roundhay, Leeds; Elmscott, Hartland; Tathwell; Elland, Halifax; Bloxwich; East Brent; Bronington; Edgeworth; Mawnan; Bridlington Quay; Marlborough; Buckfastleigh; Belper; Dunnington; East Stonehouse; Eastchurch, Isle of Sheppy; Eston; Usk; East Heslerton; Evesham; Boylstone; and Chilsworthy. - Hinckley; Salhouse; Branston; Andover; Morley; Cranbrook; Barnby Moor; Bulwell; Babcary; Wilmslow; Shotswell; Wybunbury and Shavington; Bramcote; Abergavenny; Middlestown; Wootton; Newport; Kingswinford; Snape; Sewerby; Wells Road Chapel, Bath; Baldhu; Scotton; Longton; Great Elm, Frome; Holy-Vale, Scilly; Hillgay; Ganthorp; Somerton; Chester-le-Street; Freshford; Head-Corn; North-Runcton; Northdelf; Holton; and Halifax. - Humberstone; Lumley; Hollington; West Rainton; Glastonbury; Marston; Broom Hill, Worcester; Hethersett; Grindale; Parbrook; Welford; Haugh; Devizes; Cayrea, Llanidloes; Hornsey Road Chapel, Islington; Cromford; Gayton; Upon Noble; Uley; Wold Newton; Honeybourne; Batheaston; Bath Road Chapel, Cheltenham; Witcham, Ely; Worton; Laycock; Tunbridge Wells; Noman's Heath, Malpas; Hambleton; Brinn, Delamere; Bell Busk, York; Budworth; Charlton; and Gosberton Risegate. - Cheadle; Longnor; Wibsey Low Moor; Nettleton; Marksbury; Cleobury; Upton St. Leonard; Battle; Woodlesford; Falkland, Bath; Weston Hills, Lincoln; Blackwood; Corringham; Whichfield; Farnborough; Great Clacton; Waddesdon; North Cove; Longport, Burslem; St. Just; Weston; Caerleon; Norton St. Philip's, Bath; Bradford; Frith Bank; Ludford; Wellow; Epworth; Freeland; Sibsey; Thurlstone; Scilly; Sevenoaks; Tiverton; and Port Isaac. - Tirley; Paulerspury; St. Minver; Tebworth; Blackwater St. Agnes; Stubby Lane; St. Columb; Burslem; Tenterden; Pytchley; St. Keverne; Nottingham; Slapton; Merstham; Astcote; Sherborne; Thorp on the Hill; Sampford Peverell; Twyford and Great Dalby; Launceston; St. Peter's Street Chapel, Canterbury; Darley Hampsthwaite; Wretton; Bradfield; Covenham; Grimstone; Chester; Carnkie; Clutton; East Ardsley; Downham; Hutton Bushell; Cheetham Hill, Manchester; Chattisham; and Bolingey. - Charlestown; East Gate, Wolsingham; Constantine; Caersws; Whitchurch; Clandown; Scunthorpe; West Pennard; Markfield; Beffernal; St. John's, Norfolk; Leadenham; Arlingham; Sutton; St. Tudy; Burgh, Lincoln; Rushton, &c.; Primrose Vale, Congleton; Thornbury; Oakham; Ruthern; Harpurhey; Conisholme; Kettleshulme; Trevadlock; Cowbit; Loddon; Barton upon Irwell; Harby; Riddings; Murton and Hilton; Stickney; Kilburn; and Rislingbury. - Stratford upon Avon; Rainow; Saint Agnew; St. Mawes; Oxton; Sturton and Stow; Mansfield; Great Oakley; Newton Heath, Manchester; Monmouth; Overton and Caergwrle; Redditch; Scotter; Todmorden; Old Dalby; Sandiacre; Tetford; Newchurch; Teignmouth; Stapleford; Ruddington; Walsall; Norwich; Westgate Hill, York; Thame; Yeadon; Great Grimsby; Mells; Shrewsbury; Frome; Pottery, Belper; Bradley, Bilston; Ipswich; and Blackrod. - Blackmires; Bunbury; Halifax; Lincoln; Brackley; Rochdale; Merthyr Tydvil; Pudsey; Portsea; Glasgow; Sheerness; Westgate; Wolsingham; Deddington, &c.; Stourbridge; King's Lynn; Norton; Taunton; Darlaston; Kendal; Salford; Tavistock; Wednesbury; St. Helier's, Jersey; Albion Street Chapel, Leeds; Wesley Chapel, Leeds; Hunslet; Northwich; Colne; Penryn; Great Bridgewater Street, Manchester; Westley Chapel, Manchester; Salford; Ancoats Chapel, Manchester; and Oxford Road Chapel, Manchester. - Chacewater; St. Gluvias; Falmouth; Redruth; Newlyn; Tregare, Igloskerry; Carharack, Gwennap; Sculcoates; Bingley; George Yard Chapel, Hull; Plymouth; Buckingham; New Malton; Wells; Great Driffield; Coventry; Congleton; Leek; Northampton; Leighton Buzzard; Pickmere; Lowestoft; Kingsley; Abbey Chapel, Monmouth; Wardington; Idle; Bedale; East Harptree; Long Sutton and Sutton Wash; Fulford; Lyme; Tockwith; Upwell Norfolk; Stonesfield; and Stamford. - Ashover; Wootton Rivers; Sherburn; East Keswick; Cleethorps; Woodchurch; Ingbirchworth; Lane End, Hatton; Holcombe; Carlton; Newton; Calperby; Cobford; Upper Heaton; Crowan; Grampound; Duffield; Redruth; Bagslate; Newhall; Ripley; St. Ewans, Cornwall; Shipham; Etruria, Stafford; Wetwang; Montacute; Chelmondiston; Hillam; Woolstanton; High Hutton; Garsdale; West Lynn; Wheatcroft; and Yatton. - Highley; Lockton; Cumberbach; Craike; Droylsden; Danienshaw; Hooley Hill; Hawling; Burton, &c.; Caistor; Gretton; Frisby; Ulley; Market Drayton; Coaley, Dursley; Southwick; Donnington; Chepstow; Aston, Wrenbury; Worcester; Ashburton; Brixworth; Binbrook; Bozeat; Coverswall; Aubourn; Bradmore; Appleby; Chapel Allerton; Carnon Downs; Anslow Leys; Blackshaw Head, Halifax; Chewton Mendip; Ashton-under-Lyne; Aylesbury; and Bungay. - Allerton Bradford; Wilton; Theddlethorpe; Bishop Sutton; Cotton Nuneaton; Cheadle Hulme; Broken-Cross; Carno; Ashby; Camerton; Earby; Bennworth; Kilham; Hall Green, Lawton; Gaddesby; Hillington; Nant-Y-Glo; Fratton; Normanton; Westow; Milborne Port; Wenhaston; Croydon; Probus; Kidsgrove; Banwell; Chinnock; Helland; Eccles; Ramsbury; Cam Dursley; Trefeglwys; Eagle; and Bondary. - West Butterwick; Haxley; Hessay; Bickerton; Humberstone; Great Barford; Desboro'; Burton; Roosebeck; Luddenden Dean; Rookhope; Wolsingham; Grewelthorpe; Frield Hirst; Norland; Aubourn; Harbury; Farnsfield; Llandyssil; Market Street, Herts; Basford; Perranwell; Barford; Halshaw Moor; Harum; Bridgford-on-the-Hill; Moston Chapel, Manchester; Llanidloes; Ingham; Middleton; Elstone; Pentre-Livior; Menston; Car-Coulston; Horsford; and Kelsall. - Bennington; Thorner; Bingham; Coddington; Gunthorpe; St. Blazey Gate, Cornwall; Thoresby; Lindley; Okenshaw; Tresillian; Dennington; Ferrybridge; Corsley; Queen's Chapel, Cornwall; Stanton; Rooden Lane Chapel, Manchester; Lostwithiel; Alt; Winster; Beachamwell; Lambourn; Manby; Deveral and Kerton Wood; Fotherby; Thornhill; Normanby; Lanehead, Wolsingham; Mansfield Woodhouse; Frith Common, Worcester; Modbury; Newton; Ellerton; Presteign; Evercreech; and Scothern.-Knighton; Storrs, Sheffield; Helsby; Huntingdon; Cottingham and Skidby; Withernwick, Holderness; Fenny Stratford; Miles' Lane Chapel, London; Dundee; Hessle Chapel, Hull; Norley; Hollym Chapel, Holderness; Bury St. Edmunds; Newport Pagnell; Nabb Chapel, Wrockwardine; Sunk Island Chapel, Holderness; Ryhill Chapel, Holderness; Ramsey; Trench Chapel, Wrockwardine; Staindrop; Devonport; Anlaby; Burton Pidsea Chapel, Holderness; Earith; St. Ives; Torquay; Kingsley; Lanivet; Trowbridge; Ladock; Luton; Stocks Chapel, Manchester; Tysoe; Lane-bottom, Rochdale; and Plumley. - Tempsford; Scawby; Sapcote, Hinckley; Long Clawson; St. Agnes, Cornwall; St. Mabyn, Cornwall; Ruan Lanyhorne; Kirkbythore; Skellingthorpe; Levenshulme; Keelby; Tewkesbury; Lower Chapel, Lane End; Livsey; Stallingborough; Stanhope, Wolsingham; Knutsford; Lutterworth; Lostock; Tattingstone; Scorton and Hollins Lane; St. Issey, Cornwall; Coddenham; Sotterly; Tarporley; Thurvaston; Stanton; Stoke Lane, Somerset; Ludgvan; St. Teath, Cornwall; East Stockwith; Tipton; South-field; South Scarle; and Skeffington Vale. - Sutton, Ely; Ilminster; Leverton; Lanlwyn; Stanley Common; Beverley; Skirlaugh Chapel, Holderness; Sproatly Chapel, Holderness; Newport; Sawtry; Owthorn Chapel, Holderness; Ashby-de-la-Zouch Chapel; South Cave; Dalkeith; Griffydam; Worthing; Wornbridge; Hedon Chapel, Holderness; Paull Chapel, Holderness; Swadlincote; Aldborough Chapel, Holderness; Breedon Chapel, Ashbyde-la-Zouch; Newland Chapel, Hull; Barton; Gainford; Hanslope; Arkingarthdale; Hornsea Chapel, Holderness; Preston Chapel, Holderness; Fareham; Gwennap; Beer Alston; Weaverthorpe; and Hallam. - Meltham; Haworth; Lichfield; Heath; Langtoft; Holme on Spaldingmoor; Heptonstall; Towcester; Edenfield; Coltishall; Illingworth Chapel, Halifax; Ewelme; Slapton; Masham; Dinton; Stanningley; Leonard Stanley; Breage; Crewkerne; Llangirig; Shepton Mallet; Great Carlton; Goole; Repton; Churwell; Farlington; Hunsingore; Clapton; Dilhorn; Faddiley; Batcombe; Flushing, Mylor; Wing; and Horsely. -Morvah; Germoe; Greenhill, Sheffield; Whissendine; Kirby Wiske; Cleckheaton; Robin-hoodsBay; Woodside; Glenfield; Royton; Cury; Davyhulme: Foston; Waddington; Heighington; Market Rasen; Newcastle, Stafford; Hibaldstowe; Wroughton; Lanlivery; Sleaford; Nancegollan; Ludborough; Troon, Breage; Belchford; Great Glenn; Eastbury; Clent; Hevingham; Asfordby & Grimston; Morton; Flash, Stafford; Ovenden; Sutton-on-Trent; and Fulletby. - Rushton; Holsworthy; Thirstone; Thurstonland; Lawton Heath; Rudham; Pen-y-cae; Thornton; Gunwalloe; Staplecross; North Hill; Wighill; North Cave; East-Butterwick; Collingtree; Bedworth; Altrincham; Berrow; Newtown; Stoke-onTrent; Lutton; Briggswath; Hollingsclough; Preston; Blackburn; Chorlton Row; Oldham Street Chapel, Manchester; Jersey; Bradford; Sheffield; Wakefield; Leeds; Brough; Scarrington; and Earlsoham. - Southowram; Sale; Nicholson Square Chapel, Edinburgh; Barkby; Middleton Wirksworth; Great and Little Cropwell; Brough; Bromsgrove; Howden; Haddlesey; Kirkby-super-Bane; Stalybridge; Near Daneinshaw; Saltfleet; Waltham and Stonesby; Stratford; Scilly; Winfield; Horrabridge; Warmington; Berkeley; Mark; Tansley Matlock; Carbean; Northleigh; East Woodlands; Kemerton; Uploder; Ackworth; Stonegrave; Silverstone; Clifford; Madron; and Brant Broughton. - Hocker Hill, Tipton; Harpham; Balderton; Withington; Walston Green; South Collingham; Bubwith; Copmanthorpe; North Duffield; Low Silton; Holbeach; Oakill; Melbourn; Broughton Brigg; Fearby; Leavening; Lyth; Lenton; Northend Burton Dassett; Rakefoot; Stillingfleet; Flintham; Wrawby; South Holme; Farndon; Luddington; Mutford; Kirton; Hunmanby; Bude; Millbank; Clawton; Kirkhammerton; Wyberton; Tattenhall; and Heywood - Harwich; Navenby; Scawby; Lane Delph; Leyland; Bishop Norton; Camelford; Silverton; Handborough; Weston-super-Mare; Crich; Stoke; Drax; Melbourn; Torpoint; Moira; Gillingham; Shaftesbury; Fontmell Magna; Darlington; Wilcove; Measham; Bailey Hill, Mold; Sturminster; Welton; Ker Street Chapel, Devonport; Leith; Morice Town Chapel, Devonport; Gilling; Motcombe; Rooss Chapel, Holderness; Lyss; Keyingham Chapel, Holderness; Llanasa; and Ibstock. - Heather; Whitwick; Guildford; Kingswinford; Tregony; Wensley; Wymondham; Hazzlewood; Whitchurch and Langrove; Betley; Yeovil; Wottonunder-Edge; Barton and Ipplepen; Oldswinford; Langworth; Winchcomb; Laceby; St. Earth; Wells Road Chapel, Bath; Leake Fen; Willenhall; Wellingborough; Weaverham; Woolley Morwinstow; Earlswood; Walsingham, &c.; Whitchurch; Wanborough; Shouldham; Bildestone, &c.; Normanton; Elsham; Bradfield, &c.; Kirkby Overblow; and Walcot. - Uggeshall; Long Melford; Burton Lonsdale; Lavenham; Caythorpe; Timsbury; Elkinton; Cattall; Nun Monckton; Monks-eleigh, &c.; Digby and Ruskington; Mossley; Faldingworth; Hassall Green, Congleton; Waddingham; Glentham; Netherthong, Almondbury; Yarbro'; Linton; Soham, Isle of Ely; Eastcott; Eaton; Wymondham; St. Erval, Cornwall; North Kyme; East Brent; Pont-y-Pool; Littleport; Metheringham; Robertsbridge; Hanbury; Stoke, Bucks; Tanvats; and Carlton, Rothwell. - Hartpury; Billinghay; Farrington Gurney; Alrewas; Cheddleton; North Sumercotes; Wadebridge; Middle Rasen; Wanstow; Willingham; Woodford Morwinstow; Mount Hawke, St. Agnes; Windsor; Whitchurch; Mullion; Normanby; Welton; Machan; Warcop; Wickhampton; Wellington; Maidenhead; Wolsingham; Warwick; Woodbridge; Witney; Willoughton, &c.; Market Rasen; Wintringham; Newton; Washford; Inverness; Scackleton; Stewkly; and Gratton. - Yapham; Heaton Mersey; East Garston; Dunstable; Swinderby; Northiam; Summer Bridge, Kirkby Malzard; Selby; Middlewich; Golden Hill, Wolstanton; Shipton; Kay-Green, Congleton; Scrayingham; Alpraham; Ulleskelf; Sancton; Netherhay; Swindon; Prestbury; Buxton; Ardleigh; Drayton; Friskney; Fulstow; Cutcombe; Hyson Green, Nottingham; Hemswell; Hallbottom; Porlock; Cottingham; Gulval Gear; Holmeschapel; Fincham; Gotham; and Gorton. - High Littleton; Road Chapel, Frome; Chester; Hampsthwaite; Scalford; Hoby and Thrussington; Hickling; Hardway; Mouldsworth; Tetney; Nantwich; Poulton; Nailsea; Mylor; Peckham; Rodwellend, Halifax; Misterton; Mayfield; Mabe, Cornwall; Oswestry; Moretonhampstead; Onecote; Rothwell; Leake; Pinxton; Crowan; Moulton; Mellor; Newlyn; Norton on the Moors; Grasby; Billingley; Freekleton; Terrington; Nether Broughton; and Bishopstone. - Greens Norton; Farndale; Ridge, Frome; Eldersfield; Gainsburgh; Grane; Frosterly; Wetton; Ramsey; Woodborough; Kirby; Osgodby; Holbrook; Birdwood; Wrabness; Callow Hill, Rock; Hartwell; Manhey Wendron; Gunthorpe; Somerby; Beathwaite Green; Kirkbythore; Wheelock; Brigg; Carmel; Folbridge; Acomb; Blissland; Orston; Fillingham; Lockhurst Lane; Norwell; Gerrans; High HouseWeardale; and Ebberston. - Bicester; Glynn; Pemberton; Burneston; Huggate; Failsworth; Legbourn; Asselby; Naburn; Aldeburgh; Cheltenham; North Dalton; Barmby, Howden; Bradley; Hoghton; Gunwen; Thorntonle-beans; Rotherham; Newquay; Netherton Thornhill; Fenton; Easingwold; Clayton; Chisledon; Kirkhampton; Heeley, Sheffield; Eastington; Edgeley Chapel, Cheadle Buckley; Hodson; Redmire; Barnetby; Southwell; Marschapel; and Worsley. - Walkeringham; Warminster; Wells; Ruston Parva; Walkden Moor; Pilling; Velindre; Winsford; Withypool; Upton; Welsh Pool; Westwood; Whaplode Washway; Wirksworth; Wrington; North Kelsey; Dain Bridge; Neston; Kimberley; Wroot; Uppingham; Varteg; Watlington; Grove's Chapel, Hull; Ticknal; Leven; Holywell; Sutton; Cherry Burton and Etton; Walkington and Little Weighton; Rottingdean; Wavendon; Sadberge; and Oakthorpe. - Newbald; Swarkestone; Alconbury; Shiffnal; Garton; Drypool, Hull; Aycliffe; Hunton; Holmpton Chapel, Holderness; Welwick Chapel, Holderness; Ellerdine, High Errall; Shackerstone; Heighington; Horsham; Marfleet Chapel, Holderness; Ravenstone; Thringstone; High Coniscliffe; Sedgefield; Haughton; Hurworth; Brandsburton Chapel, Holderness; Pottery, Hull; Brighton; Halkin; Ramsdean; Seaton Chapel, Holderness; New Shoreham; Haddington; Wellington; Atwick Chapel, Holderness; North Cowton; and Patrington Chapel, Holderness. - Copper Mills, Middlesex; Ebenezer Chapel, Leicester; Godalming; Great Raveley; Hartshorne; Branscombe; Tredegar, Bedwellty; Day House Bank, Worcester; Fenny Compton; New Basford; Gospel Oak, Tipton; St. Germains; Treverva and Budock; Whaley; Nettleham; Harpenden; Ventron, Stokeclimsland; Tutbury; Britwell; Trebullett Lezant; Sandhurst; Wollaston; Thorns-Greese, Rochdale; Timberland; Tamworth (Two); St. Austell; Tregathenan; Horncastle; Birtley; Kip Hill, Durham; Holcott; Cockerington; and Haughton Green. - Hebden-Bridge, Halifax; East Rainton; Hepworth Kirkburton; Crowle; Houghton; Usworth; Harby; Hassall Green, Congleton; Hill Top, West Bromwich; Hurst Green, Salehurst; Gospel Ash, Bobbington; Chatershaugh; Codnor; Cowgill; Hoyland; Calstock; Heanor; Smethwick New Village; Gristhorpe; Gillow Heath, Congleton; Babcary; Bisthorpe; Hulver; Smallwood; Saul, Dursley; Reighton; Hadleigh; Cradley; Burringham; Hyde; Haxey; Burgh St. Peter's, Norfolk; Bierton; and Gunhouse. - Ferry; Bacup; Bodenham; Waterfall, Stafford; Kessingland; Trawden; Burton, &c.; West Rounton; Kirton Holme; Langton; Waltham; Wardle; Wellingore; Whiston; Droitwich; Kirton End; Chapel-en-le-Frith; Wheal Rose, Kenwyn; Tiverton; Ulverstone; Blackley, Manchester; Fenton; Woodhouse; Ilkestone; Whittlebury; Lydford; Wigan; Wrexham, &c.; Halburton; New Bridge, Rhayader; Snaith; Tadcaster; Ninevah, Warwick; and Kippax. - Burton Agnes; Kestle Mill; Gwithiam; Kinoulton; Redfield; Gulval; Wheldrake; Lockington; Pocklington; Abersychan; Bullocksmithy; Dunnington; Gowdall; Gildersome; Lofthouse, Kirkby Malyard; Wall; Lennor; Wisbech; Boston; Halesworth; Midsummer Norton; Wedmore; Kenneggy Downs and Trevene; Pannal; Kettering; Hendra Chapel, Breage; Appleton Roe Buck; Leamington; Messingham; Littleborough; Sharnford Hinckley; Bradford, Sheffield; Horshouse, Covendale; Whitewell; and West Wilton. Newton; Hemingby; Owlerton, Sheffield; Meriden and Balsall; Goodmanham; Akeley; Dagnall; Rosemelling; North Scarle; Staines; Tranent; Royston; Over; Dirleton; Beverley; New Court Chapel, Carey Street, London; Collumpton; Wendover; Medstead; and Pakenham. - Synod of Merse and Taviotdale; Swanland; Cottingham; Bacton; West Bromwich; Ottery St. Mary; Manningtree; Hanley; Arbroath; Bath; Stourport; Bolton; Boston; York; Oldham; Brunswick Chapel, Macclesfield; Louth; Newark upon Trent; Hockley; Nottingham; Burslem; Kingswood; Goonown; Truro; and Heaton Norris. - Stockport; Bishop Gate, Leicester; Helston; Sunderland Street Chapel, Macclesfield; Uttoxeter; Kidderminster; Norwich; Bewdley; Middleton Cheney; Stoke Newington; Liverpool Road Chapel, Islington; Framlingham; City Road Chapel, St. Luke's; Hayle Copper House, Cornwall; Portsmouth; Melton Mowbray; Bolton; Radstoke; Middleton; Montrose; Hereford; Wilderness Row; Wainfleet; Tunstall; Walcot, Bath; Sancreet; Sennen; Burgan; St. Ives; St. Just in Penwith; St. Leaven; Penzance; and Marazion. - Paul; Hastings; Bexhill; Durham; Marsk; Delph; Saddleworth; Shaw, Lancaster; Carlton; Lofthouse; and Guisboro'. - Heckmondwicke; Sprotbrough; Wadworth; Wirksworth; Barnby Dunn; Great Yarmouth; Alfreton; Ashton within Mackerfield; Durham; Winlaton; High Felling; Swalwell, Whickham; South Shields; Warmsworth; Edlington; Kirk Bramwith, &c.; Stansell, &c.; and Bentley cum Arksey. - Hexthorpe cum Balby; Sandall Magna & Parva; Agard Street Chapel, Derby; St. Werburgh's, Derby; Barrow on Trent; Owston; Braithwell; Haddington; and St. Ives. - Feltwell; Troston; Mildenhall; Lakenheath; Brandon; Thetford; Fordham; Beck Row Chapel, Mildenhall; Methwold; Northwold; Wilton; New Basford; Chesterfield; Hoo and Letheringham; Petistree; Thurso; Nottingham; Woodbridge; Swilland; Dunstable and Houghton-Regis; Witney; Rothley; Brewood; Sinnington; Riccall; Cawood; Pateley Bridge, Ripon; Bramley; and Mount Tabor, Halifax. - Bridlington; Dewsbury; Scagglethorpe; Staxton; Almondbury; Ryhill; Eastrington; Eastby; Elvington; Cliff; Catton; Ribston; Halifax; Weeton; Bowling Lane, York; Armin; Thirsk; Thornton; Poppleton; Martock; Greasley; Pontesbury; Minsterley; Marton; Colchester; Hall Gate, Doncaster; and Upottery. - Friar Lane Chapel, Nottingham; Avening; Blackburn; Parliament Street Chapel, Nottingham; Salt House Lane and George Street Chapels, Hull; Shaftesbury; Chelmsford; Bideford; and Newton Abbott. - Bitteswell; South Shields; Bethlehem, Pembroke; Horeb, Pembroke; Llangloffan; Milford Haven; Rhydwillim; Haverfordwest; and Narberth, ibid. - Diss; Alston Moor; Kirkham; North Shields; Postern Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne; Bigges Main; Killingworth; Byker; Hassilrigg; Kenton; Bell's Close; Walbottle; Fawdon; Carville; Baptists, North Shields; St. Anthony; Newburn; Oxford; Aldbrough; Brantingham cum Ellerker; Langley; Newcastle upon Tyne; Alnwick; Smydyhaugh; and Neath. - Bloxham cum Milcomb; Chichester; Cardiff; Ockbrook; Repton; Checkley, &c.; Baptist College, Stepney; Sharnbrook; Methodists, Boston; Brodsworth; George Street Chapel, Nottingham; General Baptists, Boston; Particular Baptists, Boston; Wigton; Rossington; and Barmbro', &c. 109. - Bolton upon Dearne; Adwick-le-Street; Armthorpe; Broseley; Heanor; Hippings, Blackburn; Dysart; Narborough; Leicester; Penryn; Synod of Lothian and Tweeddale; Shepton Mallet; Runcorn; Burntisland; Kidderminster; Leicester; Wattisfield; and Wootton Bassett. - Oswestry. - Inhabitants of Richmond; Wesleyan Chapel, Richmond; Guisbro'; Females of Calvert Street Chapel, Norwich; Females of St. Peter's Chapel, Norwich; New Malton; Malton; Tetbury; Steeton; Settle; Huby; Ripponden; Burniston; Askrigg; Slingsby; Long Preston; Whitely Wood, Sheffield; Addingham; Beeston, Leeds; Wibsey; Rawden, Guiseley; Whitley; Barnoldswick; Yokefleet; Paythorn; Micklefield; Sheriff Hutton; Woodhouse, Leeds; Alne; Shipton; Skipsea; Scholes; Swinton; Fryup; and Lofthouse, Rothwell. - Habton; Kettlesing Hampsthwaite; Hustwaite; Rodley; Thornton; Flambro'; Scampston; Shipley; Sedbergh; Swine, Brompton; Purston; Newby Wiske; Keighley; Garton; Neathley; Heworth; Fewston; Full Sutton; Huntington; Torrington; Slaithwaite; New Ross; Finningley; Orsett; Aveley; Grays; Dedham; Fairford; and Cirencester. - Scarborough; and Skelton. - Stratford upon Avon; Bristol; Swinford; Welford; Darlington; Low Row Chapel, Swaledale; Gunnerside Chapel, Swaledale; Reeth; Wolfdale; Keyston; Pembroke Dock; Fishguard; Huggate; Lane End; Lane-Delph; Cheslyn Hay; Brunswick Chapel, Shelton; Upper Hanley; Bucknall; Cobridge; Bethesda Chapel; Shelton; Burslem; Stafford; Cheadle; Tunstal; Stone; Wolstanton; Burslem; Beaumaris; Chester; Thormanby; Wetherby; Dudley Hill; Bulmer; and Spaldington. - Kirkstall; Sawden; Cross Hills; Fryup; Emley; Kelfield; Harden; Kirby Grindabyth; Newton (Two); Uncleby; Harrogate; Clayton-Heights; Gargrave; Holmfirth; Kirbymoorside; Camblesforth; Greenhowhill; Brotton; Horbury; Heckmondwike; Burley; Leyburn; Tanfield; Mennethorpe; South Driffield; Purston; Glaze-dale; Cottingwith; Deadmanstone; Middleham; Greasborough; Silkstone; Thwing; Thixendale; and Baimbridge. - Caselton; Nawton; Barlby; Lee Moor, Wakefield; Baildon; Sicklinghall; Sutton; Beckwithshaw; Hemsley; Staindrop; Youghall; Compton Ashburn; Wimborne Minster; Poole; King-Sutton & Newbottle; Great Gidding; Horndon; Clapton; Dundalk; and Kinghorn. - Yoxall, &c.; Baptists, Hanley; Lane End; Hope Chapel, Shelton; Stone; Tabernacle, Hanley; Burslem; Chesham; Lutterworth; and Rugby. - Berwick upon Tweed; Tottenham High Cross; Ongar; Westham; Bishop Stortford; Stowmarket; and Combs. - Baptists, Walsham le Willows; Fakenham; Rattlesden; Inhabitants of Walsham le Willows; Luddenden; Seacroft; Rothwell; Brightholmlee; Farnley; Sherburn; Cawthorne; Kimberworth; Cullingworth; Bramley; Hovingham; Honley; Wath; Knottingley; Wadsley; Horseforth; Denby Dale; Guiseley; Handsworth Woodhouse; Baxtergate; Swinefleet; Penistone; Dale-End; Mytholmrayd; Swinton; South Elmsal; Marsett; Tollerton; Nafferton; and Farsley. - Wistow; Armley; Welburn; South Milford; Sandholme; Wickersley; Askham; Austwick; Barton le Willows; Melmerby; Beeford; Elmet, Leeds; Bishop Wilton; Market Weighton; Grimesthorpe; Smeaton; Little Ouseburn; Pickhill; Jedburgh; Newbury; Duddeston and Nechells; St. John's Chapel, Bedford Row; Coventry; Walsoken; and Staithes. - Stokesley Chatteris; Sutton, &c.; Cambridge; Millbrook; Inhabitants of Southampton; Jersey; Abergavenny; Clonakilty; Wexford; Sunderland; Barnard Castle; Birstal; Bubwith; Thornthwaite; Fewston; Eastrington; Kirby Moorside; Howden; Strensall, York; Mankinholes Chapel, Halifax (Two); Brawley; Middleton; Thornton; Stockton; Bempton; Manningham; Moor Monkton; Flaxton; Northallerton; Outlane; Old Malton; Linthwaite; and Follifoot. - Nunburnholme; Morton; Frodingham; North Burton; Knowl; Pickering; Batley; Methley; Oakworth; Thornton; Rigton; Skipton; Friday Thorp; Laxton; Barugh; Baln Newport, York; Bridgehouses; Osmotherly; Shaw-Mill; Bellisle; Kearby; Foggathorpe; Snainton; Kirby; Halton; Garforth; Ryther; Skelmanthorpe; Holbeck; Wood House Grove; Broughton; Ecclesfield; Kelk; and Feliskirk. - Linton; Baptists, Southampton; Bishop Sutton and Ropley; Trowbridge; Warminster; Yeovil; Wellingborough; Rowell, &c.; Inhabitants of Guilsborough; Baptists, Guilsborough; Shawell; Clayworth; Baptists, Yeovil; Inhabitants of Sunderland, &c.; Stockton upon Tees; and Gateshead. - Heworth; Easington Lane and Lumley; Methodists, Sunderland; Wallsend; York (Seven); Leeds; Knottingley; Old Meeting House, Scarborough; Inhabitants of Scarborough; Otley; and Saffron Walden, 128. - Stewartstown; Kilnagross; Killevy; Kilkenny; Shefford; Blunham; New Meeting House, Bedford; Luton; Carlton; Baptists, Bedford; Southend; Liskeard; East and West Looe; Petworth; Haworth; Baptists, Idle; Inhabitants of Idle; Handsworth Woodhouse; and Wigton. - Thorner; Belper; Baptists, Devonport; Hull; Hugglescote; Toxteth Park; First Congregation, United Secession Church, Dundee; Whitehaven; Inhabitants of Devonport; Killarney; Gravesend, Arbroath; Tuckingmill; Porkelles; Troon; Crelly; Stithians; Kehelland; Camborne; Penpounds; Leicester; Gibraltar Chapel, Bethnal Green; Biggleswade; Honiton; Ridgmount; Bedford; and Great Clacton. - Bungay; Halesworth; Beccles; Aldeby, &c.; Barsham, &c.; Independents, Eccleshill; Inhabitants of Eccleshill; Independents, Allerton; Calverley with Farsley; Thornton; Baptists, Allerton; Baildon; Mirfield; Rothwell; Doncaster; Thorne; Croyde; Tickhill; Measham, &c.; and Chester. - Chester; Aspatria; Southport; Church Town, North Meols; Kirkwall; Baptists, Leicester; New Chapel, Holborn Street, Hull; United Associate Congregation, St. Andrews; Lochee; Dunblane; Haddington; United Associate Synod of the Secession Church; Kirriemuir; Drymen; and Stirling. - Howgate; Mid Calder; Auchtermuchty (first Congregation); Auchtermuchty (second Congregation); Kirkcaldy; Overgate; Airth; Crail; Dunning; and Quakers, Limerick. - Plymouth, &c.; Maenclochog; Tadcaster; Chester; Ebenezer Chapel, Birmingham; Cannon Street Chapel, Birmingham; Cardigan Berkamsted; Halifax; Blackley; Heptonstall; Wadsworth Delph; Bedale; Rishworth; Duddington; Kirkby Kendall; Edmonton; Hanley and Shelton; Wallingford; Great Gransden; Wells; Ruthin; Parwick; Mount Zion Chapel, Harpers Hill; Shirley; Edlaston; and Uttoxeter. - Northleach; St. Hilary and Marazion; Hertford; Bedford; Spalding; Bradford; South Street Chapel, Sheffield; Scotland Street Chapel, Sheffield; Peniston; Ecclesfield; North Ferriby; Holme upon Spaldingmoor; Knutsford; and Kirk Ireton. - Knaresborough, &c.; Footscray; Wheldrake, &c.; Traporley; Huddersfield; Misterton; Poole; Mountmellick; Ashford; Llanwydden; Barrowden; Todmorden; Booth; Montacute; Sway; Quebec Chapel, Wakefield; Beverley; Heckmondwike; Sion Chapel, Halifax; Hawarden; Ecclesfield; North Wingfield; Hanley; Inhabitants of Wakefield; Wistow; Galashiels; and Gainsburgh. - Westmoreland; Brentwood; King's-Cliffe; Barrowdon; Dewsbury; Dissenters, Sheffield; and Giggleswick. - Sheffield; Cowbridge; Bridgend; Landevoduck; Rastrick, &c.; Hinckley; Blyth; Cardiff; Penymyneth; and Tarvin.-Canterbury; Rochford; and Newbury. - Sileby; Clavering Place Chapel, Newcastle upon Tyne; Dalkeith; Scotch Church, Newcastle upon Tyne; Horsley on Tyne; East Budleigh; Paignton; Tamerton Folliott; Etchilhampton; Pewsey; Duckenfield; Kirkby Lonsdale; Haslingden; Hickleton; Conisbrough; Northcroft Lane, Newbury; Addlestone; St. Michael's, Derby; Neuthead Chapel, Alston; Alston; Allendale; Slaggyford Chapel, Knarsdale; Limestone Brae Chapel, Allendale; Allendale; Hesley Well Chapel, Allendale; Neutsbury Chapel, Alston; Garrigill Chapel; Ovenden; Northowram; and Ambler Thorn Chapel, Northowram. - Elland; Brighouse; Salem Chapel, Halifax; Midgley; West Moor Chapel; Blyth; King Cross; Tuthill-Stairs Chapel; Stainland; Chesterfield; Soyland; Saltash; Cantley; Chapel-en-le-Frith; Weston on Trent; Winster; Wooler; Loversall; Islington; Ross Carbery; North Middleton; Arbroath; Presbytery of the Secession Church, Newcastle upon Tyne; and Alnwick.-Northgate; George Street Chapel, Wakefield; Byker Hill; Morpeth; Bourton on the Water; Stow on the Wold; Peterborough; and Plymouth. - Glastonbury; Great Bardfield; Peterstone; Monmouth; Styrrup; Doncaster; Hatfield Woodhouse; Barmbrough; Thorne; Hatfield; Fenwick; Awkley; Adwick-le-Street; Wadworth; Misson; Bawtry; Tickhill; Finningley; Braithwell; and Askern.-Conisbrough; Brodsworth; Bentley; Stainforth; Scrooby; Campsall; Barmby Dun; Thaxted; Shortwood; Trinity Street Chapel, Chester; Greenfield; Rothesay; and Kirkheaton. - Bandon; Ilkeston; Colerne; Llandudno; Drayton; Coningsby; and Rugby. - Throop; Cardington; Wolverhampton; Brampton; Walpole; Queen Street Chapel, Sheffield; Ripley; Chelmsford; Christchurch; Trevethin; Inhabitants of Tenbury; Baptists, Tenbury; Martley; Feckingham-Astwood; Bromyard; Cefn Bychan; Inhabitants of Pwllheli; Baptists, Pwllheli; Females of Christchurch; Edgeworth; Nottingham; Loughborough; Fulwood; Bideford; Wirksworth; and Matlock. - Southwell; Collumpton; South Parade Chapel, Leeds; Ashby-de-la-Zouch; Zion Chapel, Wakefield; Wallingford; Stourport; Bewdley; Halifax; Fenstanton; Tintwistle; and Ringsfield and Redisham. - Mayor, &c. of Walsall; Dissenters, Walsall; Little East Cheap, London; Hertford; Birmingham; York Street Chapel, Walworth; Brighthelmstone; Holyhead; Brixham; Camberwell; and High Street Chapel, Lancaster. - Horton Pagnell, &c.; and Mexbrough. - Barnsley; Mansfield; Stockwell; Wimborne; and Wotton-under-Edge.-Great Yarmouth; Baptists, Cardiff; Dissenters, Cardiff; Linlithgow; and Cumnock. -Midleton; Penzance; Stromness; Westbury; and Leicester.-Independents, Chapmanslade; Baptists, Chapmanslade; Auchterarder; Market Lavington; Kilfinnan; Dunkeld; Hawes Chapel; Stalion Busk; Tralee Chapel; Blennerville; Killarney; Ballymacelligott; Milltown; Stow; Selkirk; Kinross (1st Congregation); Kinross (2d Congregation); Leith; Girvan; Braehead; Lewes; Newlyn; Dalreoch; Falmouth; and Newburgh. - Dunfermline; Castle Hedingham; Cork; North Leith; Dunbar; Biggar; Tralee; Alloa; Potterrow; Quakers, Cork; Arbroath; Kennoway; and Tames. - Babergh. - Freuchie; Alloa; Dorchester; Heydor, &c.; Littlemoor; Yelvertoft; Melton Mowbray; Buckingham Chapel, Pimlico; Ebenezer Chapel, Newcastle; Barwick in Elmet; Carnew; Clapham; Honley; Northowram; Lyme Regis; and Holbeach. - Buntingford; Cottenham; Brechin; Inhabitants, Earl's Colne; Baptists, Earl's Colne; and Colne Engain. - Chelsea, ibid. - Neatishead; Sheringham; Walkhampton; Pakefield and Kirkley; Kessingland; Lime Street Chapel, Liverpool; New Jerusalem Church, Waterloo Road; Clitheroe; Bethesda Chapel, Ashton; Dursley; Bank Street Chapel, Bolton; Horsley Field, Wolverhampton; Dudley; Kingston upon Thames; and Groton. - Inhabitants, Boxford; Edwardestone; Polstead; Newton; Dissenters, Boxford; and Gillingham, &c. - Deddington; Sheffield; Dorking; Claremont Chapel, Pentonville; Huntly; Annan; Elgin; Falmouth; Bratton; Fenwick; Byrom Street Chapel, Liverpool; Newbigging; Upholland; Lathoner; Midmar; Beverley; Cowgate, Edinburgh; Abbey Close, Paisley; and Mearns. - West Calder; East Calder; Broughton Place, Edinburgh; Aberdeen; Corfe Castle; Associate Congregation of Bristo Street, Edinburgh; Kirkgate, Leith; Market Lavington; Gorebridge; Stirling; Ford, Edinburgh; Denny; Balerno; Paisley; Linlithgow; Lanark; Milnathort; Whitburn; Greenlaw; West Kilpatrick; Dunblane; Muchart; Johnshaven; Airdrie; Nigg; Strathaven; Newtown; and Kelso. - Peterhead; Buchlyvie; Paisley; Moyallon Anti-Slavery Society; Brechin; Greenock; Brechin; Cambusnethan; Greenloaning; Holm; Kirkwall; Dunfermline; Wigan; and South Newington, Oxford. - Selkirk. - Wethersfield; Abingdon; Asgarby, &c.; Naseby; Peckham; Tavistock Chapel, St. Martin in the Fields; Swansea; Cowbridge; Chalfont St. Peters; All Cannings; and Ashborne. - Stratford upon Avon; Clergy, &c. Aberystwith; Baptists, Aberystwith; Woodbridge; Garstang; Burton-Leonard; Aldborough; Dalton; Helperby; Grafton; Ripon; Galpha; Hampsthwaite; Topcliffe; Rainton; Monkton; Dallowgill; Winksley; Killinghall; and Sawley. - Arkingdale; Markington; Floating Chapel, Hull; Wooburn; Chepping Wycombe; Bedlington; Worcester; Bromsgrove; Malbro'; and Stanton by Dale and Dale Abbey. - Harmston; Hexham; Cleckheaton; Scotch Church, North Shields; Kelso; Lochwinoch; and Dunfermline. - Cupar; Melbourne; Tanderagee; St. John's, Sligo; Strichen, &c.; Tillicoultry;****** Wigtown; and Abernethy. - Earlstown. - Sherford; West Alvington and South Milton; Morley; Churchstow; Thurlestone; East Allington; Kingsbridge; Charlton; Loddiswell; Stokeingham; South Pool; Chipping Norton; Leire; and Broughton Astley. - Inhabitants of Coseley; Dissenters, Coseley; Females of Coseley; and Skipton. - Denbigh; and Portsoy. - Cropper Street, Manchester. - Thornbury; and Worksop. - Scarbro'. - Frotown, &c.; Aberford; Nether Poppleton; Wilberfoss, &c.; Roxton; Cranfield; and Brechin. - Beaminster; Burrasakane; Nun Monckton; Barnsley; Hardsley; Birdwell; Mapplewell; and Low Swithin. - Penryn; Gimingham; Cromer; Kilrea and Tamlaght O'Crilly; and Clavering. - Glenlough; Milton; and Halmerend. - Inhabitants of Lincoln; Welbourn; Sutterton; Presbyterians, Lincoln; Coseley; Ripon; Boston; and Spalding. - Gainsbro'; Denham and Hoxne; Grantham; Muthill; and Comrie. - Leyant; St. Ive; Basford; Emsworth and Warblington; Political Union, Manchester; Stansfield; Mile End Old Town; and Birmingham. - Mussleburgh; Girvan; Galston; and Dumbarton. - Rattary; Auchtermuchty; and Cairston. - Harlech and Barmouth. - North Sunderland; Glendale Ward; and Tonbridge.- Narberth; Fynnon Well-na-Bwych; Middle Mill; Lammas Street Chapel, Carmarthen; Treleach; St. David's; Wesleyan Methodists, Carmarthen; Laugharne; and Llanelly. - Deal; Dovor; Petersfield and Buriton; Pembroke; Devizes; Ryde; Wheler Chapel, Spital Square; Winchester; Females of Winchester; Farnham; Lampeter; and Brixton, Isle of Wight. - Kilsyth. - New Shoreham; Kingsley; Binsted; Stockleigh Pomeroy; and Castle Green Chapel, Bristol. - Stewarton; Rosehearty; Westburyleigh; Second United Associate Congregation, Elgin; St. Andrews; Dunfermline; Bremton; Ryde; Thornhill; Alyth; United Associate Congregations of North Berwick; of Avonbridge; and of Banff; Thornhill; Second United Associate Congregation, Falkirk; and Kemnay. - Beverley. - Slaidburn; Hackness cum Harwood-dale and Scalby; Kirkby Malhamdale; Rilstone and Conistone; Caio; Talley; Llandovery; Llangadock; Llansawel; Llandilo; Cross Inn; Llanddeysaint; Cilycwm; Stockport; Wigan; Bretherton; Lees; and Ardmore. - Piltown; and Preston. - Donegal; Inner; Killybegs; Saint George's, Dublin; Skibbereen; Sutton Coldfield; and St. Alkmond's, Shrewsbury. - Gloucester; Lanhilleth; Newport; Framlingham; Stroud; Mynyddyslwyn; and Brecon. - Kirkcaldy. - Harston; Foulmire; Elm and Elmneth; Duxford; Cloyne; New Inn, Carmarthen; Nantgaredig; Water Street Chapel, Carmarthen; Mydrim; Llandefeylog; Rhydargaean; Kidwelly; New Chapel, Llanelly; New Castle Emlyn; Conwil; Brechfa; Bettws; Llanddarog; Laugharne; Llanarthney; and Hendre. - Clergy of Ely; Melbourne; and Cotgrave, &c. - Roscrea; St. Catherine's, Dublin; Donoughmore; Saint Mary's, Dublin; and Portadown. - Cookstown. - Aberdeen; York Street Chapel, Dublin; Endless Street Chapel, Salisbury; and Dowlais. - Holywell and Needingworth; Baillieborough; Bridge Street Chapel, Cavan; Dissenting Ministers, London and Westminster; Mallow; Hope Street Chapel, Wigan; and Little Staughton. - Clonakilty; Ballyneen; Kinsale; Alfriston; Lewes; Union Street Chapel, Brighton; Inhabitants of Brighton; Newhaven; Lady Huntingdon's Chapel, Brighton; and London Road Chapel, Brighton. - Wilmington. - Audlem; Teignmouth; Brawdy; Tiers Cross, Stainton; Glandwr; and Maybole. - Society of Friends; Stoke Newington; Crawley; and Independent Church, Bangor, Ireland. - White Roothing. - Sudbury; Southwark; Holt; Hagbourn; South Moreton; Milborne Port; Harwell; and Dissenters of the Three Denominations in and near London. - Church Withington. - Usher's Quay Meeting House, Dublin; Drumcliffe; and Calry. - Quakers in Ireland; St. Stephen, Coleman Street, London; Over Darwen; and Lower Chapel, Darwen. - Synod of Glasgow and Ayr. - New Sarum; Salem Chapel, Morice Town; Darlaston; Craike; Cuckfield; Hay; Gate Street Chapel, London; Ipswich; Cowlinge; East Walton; and Charmouth. - Horham; Coddenham; Charsfield and Dallinghoo; and Inghamite Chapel, Colne. - Wigan; Spa Fields Chapel, Clerkenwell; Maze Pond, Southwark; Ripley and Horsell; Brayford; Hales Owen; Southmolton; Gillingham; Minster, Isle of Thanet; and St. Nicholas, Isle of Thanet. - Westmarsh; Charing; Buckland; Vauxhall Row Chapel; St. Peter's Chapel, Isle of Thanet; Bethel Chapel, Ramsgate; Gravesend; Jamaica Row Chapel, Bermondsey; Bethel Chapel, Rochester; Ashford; Water-side Chapel, Dartford; Bromley; Trematon Chapel, St. Stephen's; Wye; Hythe; Throwley and Stalisfield; Sandgate; Ladies of Norwood; Maidstone; Inhabitants of Norwood; Parkham; Stoke Goldington; Littleham; Barham; Silver Street Chapel, Rotherhithe; Mint Lane Chapel, Exeter; Great Chart; Botusfleming; Lewisham; Bideford; Hollingbourne; West Buckland; and Faversham. - St. Germans and Mynard Chapels; Elham; Salem Chapel, Chatham; Chiddingstone; Treworlas Chapel, Philleigh; Dover; Lerreu; Swimbridge; Bredgar; Malling; Collis Street; Newington; Sittingbourne; Millbrook; Boughton; Hawley Square Chapel, Margate; Pauls Cray; Walworth; Frindsbury; Doddington; Wesleyan Chapel, Deptford; Looe; Wadebridge; Saltash; Wittersham; Wesleyan Chapel, Woolwich; Gillingham; Callington and Frogwell; Tideford and Bethany; Polperro; Pillaton; Mitcham; Aberystwyth; Topsham; and Landrake. - Clovelly; Buckland Brewer; Caglenna; St. Dominick; Boscastle; Warleggon; Trevelmond; Crafthole; St. Neot; Southill; Polruan; Landkey; Sedbergh; St. Cleer; Scargill and Barningham; Brayford; Gainsford Street Chapel, Southwark; Spaldwick; Creeting St. Peters; Ottery St. Mary; Ebenezer Chapel, Guernsey; Beeralstone; Prixford; Sedgeford; Brixton Hill Chapel; Exeter Ladies Anti-Slavery Society; Sutton; Godalming; Sidford; Swoffing; Budleigh Salterton; Neckinger Road Chapel, Bermondsey; Padstow; Shelland and Harleston; Swansea; Calstock; Lostwithiel; and Torpoint. - Santon Chapel; Inhabitants of Great Torrington; Baptists, Great Torrington; Newton St. Pettrock; Sheepwash; Bradninch; Cross Street Chapel, Barnstaple; Madeley; Southwark Chapel, Bermondsey; Royal Hill Chapel, Greenwich; Liskeard; Lambeth Chapel; Barnstaple; Wandsworth; Mansion House Chapel, Camberwell; Sawston; Stratford St. Mary; and Castle Street Chapel, Exeter. - East Street Chapel, Greenwich; Matlock; Liverpool; Southwold and Reydon; Tattingstone; Putney; Perth; Bonsall; Madeley Wood; Salford; Baptists, Salisbury; Linkinhome; and East Retford. - Great Ayton; Batley; Bradford; Bashal-Eaves; Brafferton; Bilton-with-Harrogate; Cowms; Cowling-Hill; Gildersome; Hutton-Rudby; Houses; Keighley; Kirklevington; Lofthouse; Linton; Marsden; Northallerton; Osbaldwick and Murton; Penistone; Raskelfe; Ripon; Sheepridge; Stopper Lane Chapel, Gisburn; Thirsk; Waddington; and Methodists, Yarm. - Independents, Yarm; Dalby; Barnoldswick; Boroughbridge; Crathorne; Inhabitants of Yarm; Females of Yarm; Earby in Craven; Salem Chapel, Leeds; Londesborough; Meltham; North Cave; Rotherham; Rillington; and Warley Town. - Hemsworth; Beal; Wragby; Womersley; Water Frystone; Snaith; and Rotherham. - Warrington; Rathmelton; Newtownbarry; Ballyvale; Dunleer and Drumcar; Stranorlar; Aughnacloy; Church-hill; Banbridge; Newtownforbis; Rathmullan; Ballycanew; Coalisland; Coolbawn; Caledon; Castle Blayney; Laurence Street Chapel, Drogheda; Court Matrix; Newcastle, Down; Ballyhupahan; Kingscourt; Belfast; Ennis; and Wesley Chapel, Limerick. - Killasee; Allan Street Chapel, Wexford; Carnew; Ballycastle; Kilkenny; Killaloe; Larne; Enniscorthy; Killeheen; Lurgan; Hyde Park Chapel, Antrim; Carrickfergus; Bellaghy; Ballriggan; Barry; Pallas Kenry; Moira; Warrenpoint; Carpustye; Hardwick; Winfarthing; Wymondham; Hempnall; Pulham Market; Witchingham; Swanton Abbott; Lower and Upper Sherringham; Stibbard and Ryburgh; Baconsthorpe and Matlask; Cley; Filby; Blakeney, &c.; Hindolveston; and Aylsham. - North Walsham; Southrepps; Brinton and Briston; Ormesby; Martham; Gresham; Gissing; Saham; East Ruston; East Dereham; Great Dunham; Cawston; Great Yarmouth; Clippesby; Trunch; Erpingham; Castle Rising; Skeyton; Bressingham; Diss; Tilney All Saints; Magdalen; Stokesby; Ludham; North Lopham; Tunstead; New Buckenham; Attleborough; Great Massingham; Long Stratton; Dissenters, Rochdale; Providence Chapel, Rochdale; Bury; and Towcester. - East Haddon; Ingoldmells; Gorleston; Tideswell; Cressbrook; Brampton; Quarndon; Edale; Allestree; Rodsley; Aston-upon-Trent; Mickleover; Woodlands; Langham; Hartington; Spondon; Hope; Staveley; Goxhill; Ashborne; Bradwell; Exton and Bytham; Moakby; Welton; Beely; Chellaston; Stanton; Grindlefordbridge; Draycott; Deeping St. James; Partney; Lusby; Willoughby; Sailby; Huttoft; and Tattershall. - Mareham le Fen; Revesby; Barn Hill Chapel, Stamford; Alkboro'; Skendleby; Cumberworth; Halton Holegate; Aby; Hagg Worthingham; Ulceby; Habro'; Killingholme; Frusthrope; Winterton; Winthorpe and Croft; Little Steeping; Alford; Toynton St. Peter's; Withren; Burton; Raithby; Hawthorn Hill; Crowland; Bilsby; Raithby; Tumby; West Keal; Barrow; Lauder; Aberdeen; Rutlandshire; Kingwalden and Paulswalden; Brettell Lane, Kingswinford; and Wednesbury. - Independents, Burton-upon-Trent; Lichlade; Braunston; North and South Collingham; Lucton; Hemel Hempsted; Westerleigh; Tewkesbury; Easington, &c.; Hetton; Monkwearmouth; Bibury; Houghton-le-Spring and Newbottle; East Boldon; Wolsingham; Nailsworth; Loughborough; Blakeney; Oswestry; Garforth; Wolverhampton; Leek; Baptists, Burton-upon- Trent; Bilston; Lichfield; Cheshunt; Tring; Buntingford; Ullesthorpe; Whitwell and Empingham; Independents, Baldock; New Mill; Ebley; Castle Gate, Nottingham; Ruscombe; Rodborough; Bythorn; Great Easton; Kimbolton; and Warboys. - Painswick; Baptists, Houghton-le-Spring; Society of Friends, Southampton; Females of Warboys; Methodists, Burton-upon-Trent; Hitchin; Methodists, Baldock; Ware; Hertford; Ashwell; Reepham; Blatherwicke, &c.; Osmaston; Weston; Dane End; St. Albans; Ludlow; Tullamoore; Armagh; Magherafelt; Broadwall Chapel; Portadown; Church Lane Chapel, Strabane; Cannon Street Chapel, Manchester; George Street Chapel, Manchester; Rusholme Road Chapel, Manchester; Edward Street Chapel, Manchester; Mosley Street Chapel, Manchester; Gartside Street Chapel, Manchester; and Grosvenor Street Chapel, Manchester. - York Street Chapel, Manchester; Clarence Street Chapel, Manchester; Cold House Chapel, Manchester; Canal Street Chapel, Ancoats; Great Mount Street Chapel, Manchester; Parliament Street Chapel, Manchester; Lloyd Street Chapel, Manchester; New Jerusalem Church, Manchester; Cooper Street Chapel, Manchester; Catley Lane End Chapel, Rochdale; Blacwater Street Chapel, Rochdale; Clover Street Chapel, Rochdale; School Lane Chapel, Rochdale; Packer Meadow, Rochdale; Zion Chapel, Rochdale; Hope Chapel, Rochdale; Providence Chapel, Oldham; Oldham and Failsworth; Oldham; Mawdsley Street Chapel, Boltonle-Moors; Turton Street Chapel, Bolton-le-Moors; Newport Street Chapel, Bolton-le-Moors; Ebenezer Chapel, Bolton- le-Moors; Catholics, Bolton-le-Moors; Baptists, Bolton; New Road Chapel, Bury; Bethel Chapel, Bury; Methodists, Bury; Patricroft; Bethesda Chapel, Burnley; Burnley Chapel; and Mosley Street Chapel, Manchester. - Society of Friends in Rochdale; and in Oldham; Croft Street Chapel, Burnley; Cockspur Street Chapel, Liverpool; Bethesda Chapel, Liverpool; Society of Friends, Liverpool; Baptists, Oldham; Silver Street Chapel, Bury; Lancaster; Thurlby and Bassingham; Ecclefechan; Clashmore; Mauchline; and Bushey. - Yaxley; Morcott; Ramsey; Salem Chapel, Monkwearmouth; Brinkworth; Botaley; Tamworth; Burton-upon-Trent; Willenhall; Red Hill; Lough- borough; Uppingham; Salem Chapel, Barkergate; Presbyterians, Houghton-le-Spring; and Kingstanley. - Parkers Row Chapel, Gloucester; Broad Oak Chapel, Chiddingley; and Chipping Sodbury. - Great Shelford; Stapleford; and Pampisford. - Stonehouse; Sevenoaks; Stratton; Ballingarane; Stroud; Lucan and Celbridge; Antrim; Stourbridge; Gurteen; Lisburn; Dungannon; Sherrington; Toherdor; Ballymagarney; Corkrin, &c.; Glass-lough; Tipperary; Donaghadee; Sunbury and Charlton; Enniskillen; Soham; Lisnaweerey; Ballyblack and Ballyisborough; and Ballymurphy. - Maryborough; Killingholme; Scotchstreet; Colerain; Forkhill; Whitefriars Street and Cork Street Chapels, Dublin; Longford; Cotton; Athlone; Main Street Chapel, Skerries; Castle-Durrow; Ballymina; Tarbert; Rock-Corry; Tullyhomman; Portstewart; Granard; Irvinestown; Bluestone; Raunds; Females of Caerleon; Gresham; Hunstanton; Outwell; Chatham; Yaxley and Mellis; Cosham; Kelsale and Carlton; One- house; Wickham Market; Burgh in the Marsh; Occold and Thorndon; Campden; Lound, &c.; Great and Little Thornham, &c.; Little Cornard; Oulton; Walberswick and Blythboro'; and Wickhambrook. - Grundisburgh; Gipping; Wetherden; Bacton; Old Newton; Thurston; Rondham; Rattlesden; Houghley; Long Melford; Walton; Hawkedon; Great Glomham; Collon; Bruisyard; Great Finborough; Tostock; Ringshall; Peasonhall; Woolpit; Tuddenham; Ceven Coed y Cymmar; Cradley; Baptists, Clare; Charsfield; Union Chapel, Canterbury; Laxfield; Brandeston; Chelmondiston; Waldringfield; Castle Hill Chapel, Northampton; Independents, Clare; Grundisburgh; Bardwell; Necton; Weedon-Beck; Tunstall; Wortwell; Wrentham; Earl Soham; Hadleigh; and Potterspury. - Tacket Street Chapel, Ipswich; Glemsford; Quay Chapel, Woodbridge; Dairy Lane Chapel, Ipswich; Lowestoft; Dudley Wood; Netherton; Wichford; Newport, Isle of Wight; New Street Chapel, Ledbury; Lidington; Culver Street Chapel, Newent; Ryde; Pendock; Redgrave cum Bottesdale; Dudley Port; Wootton; Barningham; Taynton; Yarmouth; Gornal Wood; Cotton Chapel; Chipping Norton; Swalcliff and Hook Norton; Godshill; Stow on the Wold; Enstone and Westcott Barton; Darby Hand; Shipston in Stour; Common Side; Caston; Great Ellingham; and Empingham. - Gornal; Woodside; Coseley; Coveney; Meopham; Long Sutton; Sutton in Ashfield; Epperstone; Ditchling; Hampstead; Dissenters, Maidenhead; Risborough; Uffculm and Culmstock; Wingrave; Hosiers Street Chapel, Reading; Tavistock; Long-Stanton- All-Saints; Titchfield; Sutton on Trent; Marlborough; Methodists, St. Peter Port, Guernsey (Two); Hartfield; Ely; Winslow; Weymouth; Uffculm; Beckley (Two); Hungerford (Two); Inhabitants, Maidenhead; Rye; Wrays- bury; Thatcham; Shortbridge; and Wivelsfield. - Peasmarsh; Groombridge; Barking; Pewsey; Petersfield; Bethesda Chapel, Lewes; St. Mary Lane Chapel, Lewes; Harting; Battle; Pevensey; Trowbridge; Back Street Chapel, Trowbridge; Eastbourne; Chiltington; Uckfield; Hellingly; Lindfield; Hilcot; Gosport (Two); Urchfont; White's Row Chapel, Portsea; North Bradley; Ramsbury; Duddell's-well; Baptists, Lymington; Independents, Lymington; Wanborough; Brailsford; Eyam; Ockbrooke; Youlgreave; Alvaston; King Street Chapel, Derby; and Green Hill Chapel, Derby. - Ridgway; Chesterfield (Two); Breadsall; Castleton; Baslow; Bamford; Sparrowpit; Stony Middleton; Hucklow; Borrowash; Hathersage; Dale Abbey; Bakewell; Sloothby; Strubby; Spilsby; Coningsby; Brinkill; Tumby; Hogsthrope; East Halton; Wintringham; Toynton All Saints; Mavis Enderby; Gorleston; Oundle and Warmington; Haven Bank; Bicker; Kidlington; Leven; Keddington; Beaulieu; Manby; Females of Horncastle; Mareham-le-Fen; and Waterbeach. - Burton Coggles; Peterhead; Winceby; Ferriby; Horncastle; Navenby and Boothby Graffoe; Larne; Horncastle; West Ashby; Easingwold; Shelley; Carlton in Craven; Tanderagee; Swineshead; Buckland Monachorum; St. Budeaux; Meavy; Toybridge; Palgrave; Methodists, Lynn Regis; and Crosby Ravensworth. - Inhabitants, Lowestoft; Mutford and Barnaby; Baptists, Lowestoft; Cricklade; Massingham; Lavenham; Washbrook; Witnesham; Redlingfield; Brightwell; East Bergholt; Billings-hurst; Gosbeck; Middleton; Bures St. Mary; Winston; Knoddishall; Whitton; Copdock; Butley and Chillesford; Rendham; Wattisham; Kirton and Falkenham; Walton; Melton; and Yoxford. - Colne; Ebenezer and Irwell Terrace Chapels, Bacup; Monton; Whelnetham Magna; Hemley, &c.; Belstead; Norton; Great and Little Bealings; Theberton; Leiston; Trimley St. Martin; Debenham; Tunstall; Ampthill; Baptists, Lynn Regis; Wickham Market; Burnham; and Wells next the Sea. - Rye; Eye; Martham; Bilderstone; Stoke Green; Bury St. Edmunds; Mildenhall; Nicholas Street Chapel, Ipswich; King Street Chapel, Dudley; Wesley Chapel, Dudley; Rose Street Chapel, Wokingham; Church Street Chapel, Reading; East Dereham; Over and Nether Worton; First Relief Congregation, Perth; Pitcairn; Logie Almond; Lethendy; Perth; Kinclaven; Pitrodie; and North United Associate Congregation, Perth. - Relief Congregation, Perth; Middle Church Parish, Perth; Craigend; Methven; Independents, Perth; Balbiggie; Errol; Debach and Boulge; Armitage; Wing; Water Eaton; Woughton; Inhabitants of Reading; Females of Reading; Garsdon Lea and Cleaverton; Long Stanton Saint Michael's; Purton; Females of Poole; Females of Ports-mouth and Portsea; and Highsworth. - Independents, Maidenhead; Barrington; Bosham; Bassingbourn; Pennap; Lake Lane Chapel, Portsea; Marie-la-bonne Chapel, Portsea; Clarence Street Chapel, Portsea; Yarmouth; Milford; Hook Norton; Burgh and Clopton; Maer and Chorlton; Hollesley and Boyton; and Females of Rowell and Desbrough. - New Woodstock; Leadenham; Dissenters, Perth; Bourn; Mawnan; Bonby; Kenilworth; Bethel Chapel, Bishopwearmouth; and Whithill. - Hereford; Sutton; Saffron Hill Chapel, London; Middlesex Chapel, Hackney Road; Hoxton; Twickenham; Limehouse; Bayswater Chapel; Harp Alley Chapel, London; Wedwesfield; Old Hill; Oldbury; Bloomfield Chapel, Tipton; and Ettingshall. - Stafford; Hilderstone; Charlotte Street Chapel, Ayr; Penkridge; Bilston; Stonehaven; Tettenhall; Brereton; Norfolk Street Chapel, Lower Islington; Johnstone; Rowley Regis; St. Mary Axe Chapel, London; Tipton; Whetstone; Whittlesea; Peterhead; Dunbar; Wimblington; Paisley; Girvin; Maybole; Inverury; Kilmarnock; Watford; Foxton; Green Street Chapel, Cambridge; Histon; March; Barnwell Chapel, Cambridge; Benwick; Chatteris; Bank; Peter's Street Chapel, Soho, London; Hampstead; and Hammersmith. - Globe Road Chapel, Middlesex; Barnet; Finchley; Whetstone; Salem Chapel, Shadwell; Isleworth; Edmonton; Oxwich and Horton; Aldersgate Street Chapel, London; Seend; Camden Town; Bow; Kempston; Wootton; Wooburn; Radwell Chapel, Felmersham; Wilshamstead; Lidlington; Clophill; Cardington; Beeston; Milton Ernest; Biggleswade; Stotfold; Turvey; Risely; Greenock; North Isles of Zetland; North Mavin; Dunrossness; Walls; Harriot Chapel, Papa Stour; Sandwick; Lerwick; and Island of Burra. - Sandness; Spital Fields; Poplar; Brunswick Chapel, Liverpool; Darlington Street Chapel, Wolverhampton; Westminster Chapel; Long-Acre Chapel, Aberdeen; Sloane Terrace Chapel, Chelsea; St. George's Chapel, New Road; Hind Street Chapel, London; Hackney; Battle Bridge; Angel Street Chapel, Bedford; Ampthill; Douglas; and Castle-town. - Kimbolton; Lombard Street Chapel, Birmingham; Redditch; Toddington; Olney; Bretherton; Garston; Prescot; Preston Brook; Martinscroft; Burscough; Caton; Golgate; Barton; Holmes; Church Town; Southport; Long Compton; and Astley Green. - Tewitfield; Leigh; Lancaster; Cadishead; Ormskirk; Herculaneum Pottery; Bank Street Chapel, Warrington; Broadway; Madeley; Coalbrookdale; Broseley; Dawley Magna and Parva; Bethel Chapel, Downend; Thornbury; Wickwar; Staplehurst; Watling's End Chapel, Winterbourne; Rangeworthy; Almondsbury; Olveston; Bridgeyate; Milbury Heath; Iron Acton; Alveston; Tower Chapel, Warmley; Stewartfield; Saxmundham; St. Helen's; Cashel; Abbey Street and Hendrick Street Chapels, Dublin; Somersham; William Street Chapel, Newry; Carnlough; Spring Garden Chapel, Sunderland; Adare; and St. Alban. - Roscommon; Ballyclare; Mt Melick; Abbeyleix; Carlow; Gorey; Strensall, &c.; Rotherhithe; Monaghan; Mt Rath; Somersham; Sheerness; Ebenezer Meeting House, Southsea; Sandbach; Tyrrelspass; Staines; Sedburgh; Bagnalstown; Dunlavin and Mileyhall; Cookstown; Solihull; Staiths; Snodland; South Cave; Southwick; Ballymacarett Chapel; Friars Street Meeting House, Sudbury; Mellis; Snape and Friston; Stradbroke; Billey; Stroud; Sutton; Sibton; Stowupland; Sheriff Hutton; Little Baddow; and Newport Pagnell.- North Crawley; Kington; Alwalton; Elton; Stilton; Middleton-on-the-Hill; Littlebury; Waltham Abbey; Il-ford; Harrold; Penn; Bledlow; Wellington; Heath and Reach; Old Meeting, Buckingham; Paul's Street Chapel, Taunton; Olney; Madeley Wood; Blockley; Newport Pagnell; Wincanton; Broadway; New Quay Chapel, Llanllwchairne; Glyn Ceiriog; Trinity Chapel, Llandypiog; Pen Morfa and Twrgwyn; Cardigan; Pont y Pool; Rainham; Wye; Herne Bay; Westerham; Ruthin; Ballymena; Ballymoney; Ballyclare; Broughshane; and Belfast. - Ryarsh; Rochester; Caerleon; Llanbrynmair; Carno; Hermon; Blaenywaun; Presbyterians, Wrexham; Chester Street Chapel, Wrexham; Pen-y-bryn Chapel, Wrexham; Newcastle Emlyn; Llanerfil; Hock, &c.; Holywell; Ebenezer, Penrith; Ebenezer Chapel, Chatham; Penygarn Chapel, Pontypool; Tonbridge; Newport; Ebenezer, Merthyr Tydfil; Penuel; Cardigan; Caersalem Dowlais; Independents, Gravesend; Bangor; Sion Chapel, Merthyr Tydvil; Maize Hill Chapel, Greenwich; Baptists, Gravesend; New Cross Chapel, Hatcham; Llangollen; Tunbridge Wells; Providence Chapel, Chatham; Independent Chapel, Canterbury; Crayford; Peniarth; Union Chapel, Lewisham; and Bethel Chapel, Merthyr Tydvil. - Llangollen and Ruabon; Trosnant; Llanfair; Hay; Llanbedrog; Treddole; Mynyddbach; Peniel Chapel; Karney Chapel; Llanstephan; Golan; Pwllheli; Newborough Chapel; Aber; Llanon; Llandaff; Cowbridge; Silo Chapel, Llandagai; Letterson; Y Bont Chapel, Rhosgolyn; Lantwit Major; Shiloh Chapel, Merthyr Tydvill; Meifod Chapel; Tymaur; Devynnock; Ebenezer Chapel, Cardigan; Llangefui Chapel; Capel Vicar Chapel, Llanarth; Glasbury; Watton, &c. Chapels, Brecon; Llandovery; Newcastle Emlyn; Tredegar; and Pont-y-berem. - Nevin; Gwaenynog, &c.; Aberdaron; Swansea Chapel; Aberystwith; Llwyn-yr-onen; Llanfairy Borth; Aberffraw Chapel; Neath; Ebenezer Chapel, Solva; Bethel Chapel, Amlwch; Llanrhaiadr Chapel; Llanelly; St. Thomas's Chapel, Lampeter; Caergors Chapel, Llanfechell; St. Clears; Penycae; Hirwaen; Red Wharf Chapel, Pentreth; Nant-y-Glo; Stars Chapel, Llandrygan; Maeloy Chapel; Llanfair Chapel; Bethel Chapel, St. Davids; Blaenffos; Grove Street Chapel, East Retford; Kimbolton and Swineshead; Melingriffith; Capel Sion Chapel, New Quay; Llandebie; Llangadock; Bodedern; and Tuxford.- Llandilofawr; Blyth; Bethesda, &c. Chapels, Daraowen; Machynlleth; Sion Chapel, Amlwch; Kidwelly; Llansaintffraid Chapel; St. Athans; East Leake; Ebenezer Chapel, Carmarthen; Bwlchycibe Chapel, Meifod; Llanerfil Chapel; Wheatley; Stoakham; St. Fagans; Torworth; Dunham; Caerphilly; Llanfyllin Chapel; Leverton; Calverton; Clonmel; Mill Hill Chapel, Evesham; Baptists, Leighton Bussard; Great Brickhill; Milton; Blechly; Holt; Leeds Street Chapel, Liverpool; Bond Street Chapel, Liverpool; and Richhill. - Castle Bar; Moy; Ballinrobe; Wesley Chapel, Birmingham; Belmont Row Chapel, Aston juxta Birmingham; Islington Chapel, Birmingham; Cherry Street Chapel, Birmingham; Bradford Street Chapel; Birmingham; Holyhead Chapel; Beaumaris Chapel; Amlwch Chapel; Keynsham; Bedminster; Lower Easton Chapel; Chew Magna; Chewstoke; Westbury; Durdham Down; Old Market Street Chapel, Bristol; Portland Street Chapel, Bristol; Pill Chapel, St. George's; Limekiln Lane Chapel, Bristol; Compton; Clifton; Pensford; Portishead Chapel; Ebenezer Chapel, Bristol; Backwell, Chapel; Failand Chapel, Wraxall; and Langton Street Chapel, Bristol. - Baptist Mills Chapel, Stapleton; Shacklewell Chapel, Stoke Newington; St. Blazey; St. Austell; Christ Church, Salford; Staly Bridge; Stand; Independents, Salford; Stretford; Calvinists, Wilmslow; Inhabitants of Wilmslow; Oxford Street Chapel, Birmingham; Somersham; Females of Southampton; Sandy Lane; Stoke Ash; Sleaford; Stonham; and Derrylee. - Upminster; Henham; Halsted; Blockley; Zion Chapel, Ilminster; Potter's Street, Harlow; North Street Chapel, Crewkerne; Newport Pagnel; Wern, &c.; Bond Street Chapel, Birmingham; Llangamarch; Llewel; Crickhowel; Brecon; Llechryd, &c.; and Llanerchymedd. - Woolwich; Tenterden; Holyhead; Eythorne; Mallerstang; and Ebenezer Chapel, Bangor. - Mount Street Chapel, Blackburn. - Baptists, Colne; Independents, Colne; Chorley; Tyldsley Chapel; Greenacres; Unitarian Chapel, Gorton; Mossley; Pendlehill; Ogden; Strand Lane Chapel, Prestwich; Tockholes; Wheatley Chapel, Whalley; Wharton; Padiham; Independent Chapel, Belthorn; St. Mary's Church, Birch, Middleton; Blackrod; Green-Acres Moor; Hollinwood; Salesbury; Middleton; Mosley; Marsden; New Church; Openshaw and Fairfield; St. Luke's, Manchester; St. Stephen's, Manchester; St. Paul's, Manchester; St. Clement's, Manchester; St. Michael's, Manchester; Tyldesley with Shackerley; West Houghton; Whitworth; Northwich; and Over. - Hagg Gate, Briercliffe; Wine Wall Chapel, Colne; Clithero; Tranmere; Higham; Low Moor Chapel, Clitheroe; Summerseat; Stone Pale; Slaidburn; Tottington; Unsworth; Whalley; Woodhill; Walmsley; Wheatley Lane; Leigh; Prescot; Melbourne Chapel, Kirkby Thore; Whitchurch; Wellington; Harborough; Wimewould; Keyworth; Husband's Bosworth; Loughborough; Medbourne; Sheepshead and Belton; Quorndon and Mountsorrel; Hathern and Sutton Bonington; Castle Donington; Appledore; Crediton; Duke Street Chapel, Whitehaven; and New Street Chapel, Kendal. - Workington; Maryport; Cockermouth; Harrington; Egremont; Pardshaw; Haslington; Moor Chapel, Warrington; Lymm; East-Gate Street Chapel, Lewes; Kendal; Bridport; Mereclough; Runcorn Chapel, Warrington; Whitehaven; Pepper Street Chapel, Chester; Quakers of Whitehaven; of Belfast; and of Lisburn; Cloughfold and Lumb; Barrack Street Meeting, Bridport; Bank Buildings Chapel, Weymouth; Kirkland; Grayrigge; Pear Tree Chapel, Kendal; and Close, Newcastle upon Tyne. - Presbyterians, Kendal; Archbishop and Clergy of the Diocese of Tuam; and Quakers of Rochester.
-, 2. - for the Repeal of the Game Laws; of J. Hamerton Esquire. - J. Golding.
-, 3. - for Repeal of that Part of the Naturalization Act, Ireland (23 and 24 Geo. 3.), which excepts the Jews; of T. Flanagan.
-, 4. - for the Removal of the Disabilities of the Jews; from Athlone; and Armagh. - Shaftesbury. - Jews in London. - Liverpool. - Unitarians.
-, 5. - against the Importation of Foreign Lead; from Lead Miners of Alston. - Working Lead Miners of Wirksworth, &c.
-, 6. - for Revision of the Law respecting Arrest for Debt, and the Insolvent Debtors Acts; of H. Thompson, M.D. 34.
-, 7. - for Repeal of the Duty on Coals carried Coastwise; from Scarborough. - Proprietors of Coal Mines on the Tyne and in Durham, ibid. - Wisbech. - Ipswich. - Wisbech. - Holsworth. - Brixham. Goole. - Goole. - Bridlington. - St.Mary, Dublin. - Bideford; and Arundel. - Torquay. - Lord Mayor, &c. of London; Great Grimsby; Sunderland; and Hunmanby, &c. ibid. - Hull; Sunderland (Two); and Port of Hull. - Newcastle upon Tyne; Cardiff; and Neath. - Kingsbridge. - Spalding. - Stockton upon Tees. - Folkestone; Saltash; Weymouth; Honiton; and Gainsborough. - Dover; and Coleman Street Ward. - Ward of Bridge, London; and Bristol. - Selby; and New Romney. - Blandford. - Margate; Fowey; and Watchet. - Boston; Gwennap; Alford and Spilsby; East Stonehouse; and Bishop's Stortford. - Newcastle upon Tyne; Penzance; and Cardigan. - Liskeard; and Hythe. - New Shoreham. - Royston. - Dartmouth. - Bridport; Burton Bradstock; and Bradpole. - Beaminster; Charmouth; Netherbury; Symondsbury; Powerstock; Broadwinsor; Loder Chidcock; Bothenhampton; Allington; and Ward of Bishopsgate, London. - Cambridge (Two). - Mayor, &c. of Waterford. - Okehampton.
-, 8. - against the Truck System of Payment of Labourers Wages; from Chamber of Commerce, Staffordshire Potteries. - Tunstall, &c. - Nottingham. - Bolton. - Wolverhampton; and Stockport.
-, 9. - to take off the Duty on Sugar imported from the British Colonies produced by Free Labour; from St. Mary, Limerick. - Bedford Row Meeting House, St. Mary's, Limerick; St. Munchin's, Limerick; and St. John's, Limerick. - Wexford. - Killevy. - Skibbereen. - St. Mary's, Dublin; and St. Catherine's, Dublin. - Carrickfergus; and Lisburn. - Newtownards.
-, 10. - against The King being required to make the Declaration against Transubstantiation; of Lieutenant General William Thornton.
-, 11. - for regulating the Distribution of the Grants for Education in Ireland; from Kilcoman and Robin; Annadown; Loughrea; and Kilconickney, &c. 47. - Catholics of Kilmeena; of Ballinrobe; of Tuam; and of Westport. - Kilgeevir; Aughagoure; and Kilvine. - Newport Pratt; and Ballisodare. - Killalaghton and Kilrickle; Ballinasloe and Creagh; Portumna and Kilnabrouog; Belclare; Balla and Drum; and Ross. - St. Michael's and St. John's, Dublin. - Kiliconduff and Meelick. - St. Peter's, Athlone, and St. Mary's, Drum. - Carrow Crown. - Moycullen. - Rathdowney. - St. Nicholas, Galway. - Kilkenny. - Dungarvan; and Tallow. - Waterford. - Kilchrist. - Tramore; and Dromore. - Kilmacthomas. - Ardagh. - Kinvara; Kilbaconty; and Rathkyran, &c. - Ballinakill. - Stradbally and Ballylaneen. - Crossmolina. - Achonry. - Cappoquin. - Danesfort and Burntchurch. - Navan. - Athy; and Gowran, &c. - Warrenpoint, &c.; Garvaghy and Magherally; St. John's, Sligo; Calry; County of Cavan; Glenlough; Little Ballymena, &c.; Ballyclughan and Knockboy; and Killygore and Rosherry. - Lough Connolly and Magheramully.
-, 12. - to take into Consideration the State of the Agricultural Labourers; from Society for Encouragement of Industry, &c. 50. - a certain District in the County of Southampton.
-, 13. - for the Repeal of the Metropolitan Police Act; from Newington. - Shoreditch; and Southwark. - St. George, Middlesex. - Camberwell; and Clapham. - Lambeth. - Saffron Hill, &c. - St. George's, Hanover Square. - St. Luke's, Middlesex. - Wapping.
-, 14. - for Reform in Parliament and Relief from Taxation; from Tenterden. - Staplehurst; Appledore; Woodchurch; and Cranbrook. - Sutton in Ashfield. - Linlithgow. - Eastwood. - Donegore, &c. - Bathgate. - Sutton Valence. - Commissioners of Leith Police Act. - Newport and Sout-hill. - Ashwell; Falkland; and Nantwich. - Renfrewshire Political Union. - Clanwilliam; and Grantham. - Kirkcudbright; and Marsden.
-, 15. - for the Repeal of the Union with Ireland; from Grange Gorman. - Bellclare. - Saddlers and Harness Makers of Dublin. - Working Curriers, Dublin. - Kilsheelan and Kilcash. - Working Coachmakers, Dublin; and Paper Stainers, Dublin. - Carpet Weavers, Dublin; and Slievene. - Carpenters of Dublin. - Tobacco Pipe Makers, Dublin. - Cork Cutters of Dublin. - Cotton Weavers, Dublin; Tanners, Dublin; Ennis; Kilrane; Grane, &c.; Skreen and Rathfigh; Granard; Callan; Millstreet; St. Audeon's, Dublin; Dunsany and Kilmesson; Templemore; Ballingarry; Carrogeen and Moncoin; St. Patrick, Waterford; House Smiths, Dublin; House Painters, Dublin; Castlebar; St. Andrew's, &c. Dublin; Eliogarty; Lucan and Palmerstown, Dublin; Basket Makers, Dublin; and Bricklayers, Dublin. - Bookbinders, Dublin; Masons, Tullamoore; Hatters, Cork; Bakers, Limerick; and Stucco Plasterers, Dublin. - Coach Makers, Tullamore; Killenaule; Grange Gorman; St. Michael and St. John's, Dublin; and Letter Press Printers, Dublin. - Shipwrights, Dublin; and Aghaboe. - Dundalk Benevolent Builders Society. - Journeymen Butchers of Dublin. - Kilkevan, &c.; and Galtrim. - Stradbally. - Tensaragh; and Palas Grean and Templebradon. - Kilfeenaghty. - Button Makers, Dublin; Bannow and St. Imocks; and Tin Plate Workers, Dublin. - Loughrea; and Dublin. - St. Mary's, Kilkenny; Cashel; and Clonmel. - Clonoulty and Rossmore. - Macroom. - Masons, &c. of Limerick. - Dundalk. - Black Rock.
-, 16. - for Reform in Scotch Burghs; from Auchtermuchty; Glasgow; Cupar; Guildry Incorporation, Arbroath; and Magistrates, &c. of Arbroath. - Brechin (Two). - Guildry Incorporation of Perth. - Montrose. - Merchant Company of Ayr; Provost, &c. of Ayr; Guildry of Stirling; and Forfar. - Baker Incorporation of Perth. - Kirkaldy; and Kircudbright . - Haddington. - Dysart; Seven Incorporated Trades of Aberdeen; Nine Incorporated Trades of Ayr; and Seven Incorporated Trades of Crail. - Kinross, &c. - Kennoway; Ayr; Merchant Incorporation, Dundee; and W. Beck. - Inverary; Hamilton; and Dunbar. Jedburgh; Dumfries; and Kircudbright. - Selkirk, ibid. - Banff; and Auchtermuchty. - Lauder; Peebles; and Dunfermline. - County of Elgin; Inhabitants of Elgin; and Tain. - Banff. - Perth; and Incorporation of Goldsmiths, Edinburgh. - Fortrose and Rosemarkie; Lord Provost, &c. of Perth; and Haddington. - Lanark. - Isleham. - Annan. - Provost, &c. of Forres.
-, 17. - for the Abolition of Slavery, and for Reform in Parliament; from Bretton.
-, 18. - for Assistance to emigrate; from Ballymacarret. referred to Committee on the Poor Laws. - Kilcommon. - Kilfian.
-, 19. - of Planters, &c. in the West India Colonies, resident in Glasgow, for Protection; and against Abolition of Slavery without Compensation. - West India Traders, Belfast; and Planters, &c. in the West India Colonies. - Planters, &c. Dublin. - Planters, &c. resident in Bristol. - Merchants, Planters, &c. of Greenock. - Irvine; and Port Glasgow. - H. Sealey.
-, 20. - respecting the Employment of the Poor; of M. Phillips. - Labourers of Navan.
-, 21. - for Revision of the Laws respecting the Poor's Rates; of The Reverend J. Hogg.
-, 22. - for Enlargement of the Elective Franchise of Cork; from Cork.
-, 23. - against the Abolition of Slavery, without Enquiry; from Landed Proprietors, &c. of Stirling. - Merchants, &c. of Glasgow. - Bankers, &c. of Dublin. - Planters, &c. resident in Edinburgh.
-, 24. - respecting the Extension of the Elective Franchise in Portsmouth; from H. Snooke. - Walsall. - Totnes. - Wisbech. - Galway. - Lord Provost, &c. of Perth. - Amlwch. - Shetland.
-, 25. - for Reduction of Taxation; from Wm. Cobbett. - St. Leonard, Shoreditch. - Southover. - May-field. - Wetherby. - Burnham. - Ightham, (referred to Committee on the Poor Laws,). - Easington; and Bolton by Bolland. - Chart next Sutton Valence. - Brenchley.
-, 26. - for continuing the Bounties on Fisheries, Ireland; from Westport, Mayo. - Corkaguinny.
-, 27. - to extend the Insolvent Debtors Acts to Ireland; from Prisoners in the Four Courts Marshalsea, Dublin.
-, 28. - to extend the Bankrupt Act to Ireland; from Chamber of Commerce, Dublin.
-, 29. - for Repeal of the Duty on Coals imported into Ireland; from St. Mary, Dublin. - St. Nicholas without, Dublin. - Belfast.
-, 30. - to repeal all Laws, Taxes and Restrictions affecting the Liberty of the Press; from Blackburn. - Derby. - Glasgow.
-, 31. - for a Grant of Waste Lands for the Employment of the Poor; from Middlesex and Surrey. - M. Burgoyne Esquire.
-, 32. - respecting the Deficiency of the Potatoe Crop in Ireland; from Cong Mayo. - Kilbelfad and Ballinahaglish. - Ballynakill and Erris. - Aughagour.
-, 33. - for the Repeal of the House and Window Duty; from Knaresbrough. - Ward of Coleman Street, London; of Bishopsgate; St. Anne, Westminster; St. Luke's, Middlesex; and Newcastle upon Tyne. - Gisborough. - St. Paul's, Covent Garden. - Oban.
-, 34. - respecting the Distress of the Country; from Southampton. - Ward of Aldgate. - Brenchley.
-, 35. - for opening the Trade with the East Indies; from Stockport. - Hanley and Shelton. - Leslie, Fife. - Chamber of Commerce, Staffordshire Potteries. - Blackley. - Chamber of Commerce, Edinburgh. - Greenock. - Chamber of Commerce, Forfarshire; Chamber of Commerce, Glasgow; and Muirkirk. - Kingston upon Hull. - Glasgow.
-, 36. - to take into Consideration the State of the Poor Laws; from G. Gunning, presented, and referred to Committee on the Poor Laws. - Edgefield; and G. Gunning. - Sherington. - South Hams and Teignbridge Districts.
-, 37. - against the Repeal of the Union with Ireland; from Youghal. - County of Wicklow. - Headford. - Apprentice Boys of Derry.
-, 38. - for Reform of Abuses in Church and State; from Sutton in Ashfield.
-, 39. - for Repeal of the Assessed Taxes; from Ward of Aldgate. - Liberty of Saffron Hill, Hatton Garden and Ely Rents, St. Andrew's, Holborn. - Marsden. - Taunton. - Newcastle upon Tyne. - Slaithwaite cum Lingards; and Tyd Saint Giles. - Bridlington Quay; and St. Andrew, Norwich. - Gisborough. - Easington; and Bolton. - High-Hoy-land; Shepley; Liversedge; and Lindley cum Quarmby. - Lambeth. - Saint Paul's, Walden. - Clerkenwell; and South Cave. - Rothwell. - Bransham.
-, 40. - for the Repeal of the Malt Duty; from Goudhurst. - Iden, &c. - Norfolk. - Holt. - Lenham; East Peckham; and Thornham. - Faringdon, &c. - Sutton Valence. - Sandhurst and Newenden. - Wrotham. - County of Pembroke. - Goudhurst; and Aylesford.
-, 41. - for Leave to grind Foreign Wheat for Exportation; from Corn Millers, &c. near London.
-, 42. - for Exemption from serving the Office of Churchwarden in Ireland; from Unitarians of Cork.
-, 43. - for Remission of the Duties on West Indian Produce; from Longford.
-, 44. - for Alteration of the Bankrupt Laws, Ireland; of M. Sellors, Limerick.
-, 45. - for a protecting Duty on the Importation of Raw Cotton; of A. Barrett.
-, 46. - against the Use of Machinery; from Journeymen Paper Makers of Somersetshire. - Charterhouse, Hinton.
-, 47. - for Employment of the Poor of Ireland at Public Works; from Ardagh.
-, 48. - for Revision of the Criminal Laws; from Stockton. - Wattisfield. - Kirkby Kendal. - Ashford; and Charing. - Rathdowney; and Quakers of Limerick.
-, 49. - for remedying Defects in the Administration of Justice; of S. Piper.
-, 50. - for extending the Elective Franchise of Galway to the Roman Catholics; from Chamber of Commerce of Galway. - Catholics of St. Nicholas, Galway; and Protestants of Galway. - Merchants of Galway. - Grand Jury of Galway; Freeholders of Galway; and Rahoon. - Catholic Clergy of Galway. - Commercial Society of Galway. - Galway. - Ballindooly. - Menlough; Barna; New-Townsmith; and Maree. - Bottermore. - Rahoon; Nun's Island; and Moycullen. - St. Nicholas, Galway; Clare, Galway; and Tuam. - Roscom. - Merchants Quay, Galway.
-, 51. - for Reduction in the Expenditure of the Country; from Marsden. - Cottingham. - Wetherby.
-, 52. - for Revision or Abolition of the Tithe System; from Goudhurst. - Mayfield. - Somerset; Bleadon, &c.; and Yatton and Kenn. - Almondbury; Old Sodbury; and Horton. - Tyd St. Giles. - Wargrave. - Pyder. - Uxbridge; and North Walsham. - Cowbridge; South Brent; Westerleigh; Winterbourne; Iron Acton; and Yate. - Adlington. - West Walton; and Brancepeth. - Banwell. - Locking and Hutton; Rotunda, Blackfriars Road; Kilcock and Cloncurry; Wilmslow; and Navan. - Kilfian, ibid. - Lampeter-Pontstephen; and Greystoke. - Dysart. - Cowbridge; Haughton-le-Skerne; Leverington and Parson Drove; Llanwnen; Northorpe; Dunmore, &c.; Kells; Powerstown; Pancrossweek; Stoke; St. Paul, Cornwall; Dingestow, &c.; and North Wootton. - Sutton Valence. - Graig and Ullard. - Wrotham. - Wicklow; and Comber. - Melsonby; and Tamlaghtfinlagan. - Rehill. - Filton; Newton; and March. - Walsoken; Frampton Cotterell; Gissing; and Cawston. - Silian. - Newcastle; Pencarreg; Winscombe; Shipham; and Tullowcreen, &c.. - Ballyogan and Graige. - Buckland Newton. - Braunton; and East and West Flegg. - Cadoxton juxta Neath; and Barnsley. - Monkleigh. - South Hams and Teignbridge Districts, ibid. - Berkeley.
-, 53. - for Improvement of Agriculture, and Employment of Labourers therein; of Sir J. Sinclair.
-, 54. - for the Extinction of the Stamford Annual Bull Running; from Stamford.
-, 55. - for Repeal of the Duties on Attornies, &c. Certificates in Scotland; from Society of Procurators of Courts of Law in Perthshire.
-, 56. - for Repeal of the Duty on Slates carried Coastwise; from Carnarvon. - Merionethshire.
-, 57. - for the Abolition of Pensions; from Navan. - Chichester.
-, 58. - for regulating the Price of Labour; from Labourers, Norfolk. - Collumpton.
-, 59. - for the Imposition of a Tax on Absentees from Ireland; from Navan.
-, 60. - against the Importation of Foreign Baked Bread and Biscuit; from Bakers, London.
-, 61. - against Contribution to the Greenwich Hospital Fund; from Shipmasters, &c. of Kingston upon Hull. - Merchant Seamen of Newcastle upon Tyne.
-, 62. - for Exemption from Act for preventing the Negociation of Scotch One Pound Notes in England; from Berwick upon Tweed.
-, 63. - for an Assessment for building Places of Worship for Roman Catholics; from Catholics of Navan.
-, 64. - respecting Fire Insurances; from Spilsby.
-, 65. - for Repeal of the Corn Laws; from St. James, Clerkenwell, (received as the Petition of the Person signing it,). - Kidderminster. - Nantwich.
-, 66. - against the Reduction of the Duty on Barilla; from J. T. Dutton. - Isles of Sky; North Uist; South Uist and Benbecula; and Harris.
-, 67. - against Grand Jury Presentments and Tithe System in Ireland; from Donegore, &c. - Dromore.
-, 68. - for Alteration in the Bankrupt Laws; from Bankers, &c. of the Metropolis. - Lord Mayor, &c. of London.
-, 69. - for Protection of the Kelp Manufacture; from Western Part of the County of Galway. - Galway. - Proprietors of Kelp Estates in the Hebrides and West Islands of Scotland.
-, 70. - for Relief against fraudulent Debtors; of M. Sherratt, and others.
-, 71. - for Repeal of the Vestry Act, Ireland; from Navan. - Protestants, Waterford. - Kilfian.
-, 72. - for Repeal of the Subletting Act, Ireland; from Skreen and Rathfigh. - Navan; Dunsany; and Kilmesson. - Navan. - Labourers, Navan.
-, 73. - for Repeal of the Vestry and Subletting Acts, Ireland; from Mill Street.
-, 74. - for Repeal of the Vestry and Burial Acts, Ireland; from Skreen and Rathfigh; and Dunsany and Kilmesson.
-, 75. - for the Abolition of Tithes and Church Cesses in Ireland; from Kilglas. - Jerpoint and Woollen Grange; Dungarvan; Ballycallan; and Maglas.
-, 76. - Public Debt, Petition respecting; of W. A. Kentish.
-, 77. - for certain Exemptions from the Stage Coach Duty, &c.; from Postmasters, &c. of Fifeshire. - Coach Masters, &c. on the London and Dover Road. - Post Masters, &c. of Perthshire, &c. - Aberdeenshire, &c.; and Inverness. - Post Masters, &c. of Glasgow.
-, 78. - for Alteration of the Law of Settlement under the Poor Laws; from Sittingbourne. - Olney.
-, 79. - for Assistance in improving the Navigation of the River Moy; from Kilmore-Moy.
-, 80. - that Debts may be assessed by a Jury; from Prisoners in the County Gaol, Carlisle.
-, 81. - that the Law imposing Fine and Imprisonment on Catholic Clergymen for marrying a Protestant with a Catholic may be abrogated; from Catholic Clergymen of Navan.
-, 82. - to appropriate a Day for a General Fast; from Tavistock Episcopal Chapel, Drury Lane; and Southampton. - White Roothing.
-, 83. - for Reform in Parliament; from Lord Mayor, &c. of London. - Montrose; and Arbroath. - Perth. - Ridgeway; Southover; and Annan. - Clerkenwell. - Nottingham; Hammermen Incorporation, Perth; Borrowstowness; Hamilton; and Dalserff. - St. Ives. - Arbroath. - Linlithgow. - Incorporation of Hammermen, Edinburgh. - Poole. - Dysart; Seven Incorporated Trades of Aberdeen; Merchants House, Glasgow; Magistrates, &c. of Crail; Trades House, Glasgow; Magistrates of Glasgow; Stirling; and Kirkland, Fife. - Felton; and Carrickfergus. Bishop Auckland; Cardross; Provost, &c. of Dingwall; Incorporation of Weavers, Glasgow; Dumbarton; Inverary; Provost, &c. of Paisley; and Aylesford. - Launceston. - Clerkenwell; Kidderminster Political Union; Stirling; Wright Incorporation, Perth; Shoemaker Incorporation, Perth; Auchterarder; Magistrates, &c. of Newburgh; Strathmiglo; Knaresbrough; Totnes; and Walsall. - Lewes; Ward of Farringdon without; Dursley; and Wolverhampton; Cropper Street, Manchester; Romney; Cottingham; Inhabitants of Newburgh; Magistrates, &c. of Auchtermuchty; of Falkland; and of Earlsferry. - Magistrates of Greenock; Crompton; Inhabitants of Greenock; Whithorn; Maybole; and Kinghorn. - Folkestone; Todmorden; Liskeard; Middlesex; and Abingdon. - Dundee; Three United Trades of Dundee; Blairgowrie; and Thetford. - Belper; Waterford; Stroud; Gosport; Salehurst and Etchingham; Longwood; and Sutton. - Heaton. - Sutton Vallence; Summer Vale; Rattray and Blairgowrie; and Bath. - Rathfigh and Skreen. - Sheffield; Royston; Langfield; Cabinet Makers, Manchester; Ballymena; Oldham; Worcester; Queensferry; Little Dunkeld; and Canterbury. - Hertford. - Northampton; Wellingborough; St. Pancras; Calne; and Navan. - Edinburgh. - Glasgow; County of Cornwall; Portsmouth; Aberdeen; Irvine; Renfrew; Newcastle upon Tyne; Dumfries; Alnwick; and Stoke St. Mary, Somerset. - Caithness. - Bishop's Stortford; Truro; Lincoln; and Jedburgh. - Holbeach; Heptonstall; and Gloucester. - Staffordshire Potteries; Maidenhead; Merchants, &c. of London; Towcester; Dudley; Titchfield; and Bristol. - Thorne; Bilston; Winchester; Devonport and Stoke Damerel; Berwick upon Tweed; Cullybackey; Belfast; Waterford; Lymington; East Linton; and Devizes. Cerne Abbas; Leeds; and Sanquhar. - Kennoway; Ayr; Dunshalt; Merchant Incorporation, Dundee; and Ceres, &c. - Bridgend; Gisborough; Kilbirnie; and Beeston. - Bilston; Waterford; Liverpool; London-derry; Blackburn; Wiltshire; Lambeth; Carmarthen; Hexham; Tacumshane; Shebbear; and Great and Little Bolton. - Isle of Wight; Caithness; Northampton; Radford; Barnstaple; Brighthelmston; Fife; Inverary; Hamilton (Two); and Dunbar. - Jedburgh; Banff; Dumfries; Castle Douglas; Kilmarnock; Kirkcudbright; Wigtown; Inverkeithing; Incorporated Tailors, Edinburgh; Leven; Leith; Lanarkshire; and Selkirk. - Leslie; Mirfield; Marlborough; Leicester; Eastern Division of Kent; Kettering; County of Durham; City of Durham; Norham and Island Shires; Chester le Street; Fatfield; Wapping; Newbottle; and Great and Little Lumley. - Sunderland; Gateshead and Gateshead Fell; Stepney; St. John's, Southwark; Plymouth; Hitchin; Devonshire; Newington; Saltcoats; Wells; and Yeovil. - Christchurch; Bannockburn; and Brighthelmston. - Basingstoke; Cork; Headcorn; Western Division of Sussex; Stoke Holy Cross; Warwick; and Manchester. - Salford; Halifax; Elland-cum-Greetland; Wakefield; Haslingden; Lymington; Luton; Wotton-Underedge; and Penzance. - Banff; and Auchtermuchty. - Croydon; Norwich; Horton; Bethersden; and New Town, &c. Manchester. - Southampton; South Shields; Warrington; Chesham; and Marden. - Taunton; Bread Street Ward, London; Isle of Wight; St. Mary le bone; Tiverton; Shaftesbury; Kidderminster Political Union; and Strathaven. - Central District of Perthshire; Forres; Commissioners of Leith Police Act; Beith; Nine Incorporated Trades of Leith; Lauder; Peebles; Oban; Dunfermline; and Inverness. - Kelton; St. Andrew's; Elie; Roxburgh; Thurso; County of Elgin; Inhabitants of Elgin; Newton Stewart; Tain; Markinch; East Kilpatrick; Darlaston; St. Pancras, Middlesex (received as the Petition of Henry Revell, Chairman); and Kirkheaton. - Dewsbury Moor; Ludlow; Lyme Regis; St. Luke's, Middlesex; Newport; Dewsbury; South-hill; Kilsyth; and Oakhampton. - Windhill; and Hammersmith. - Hungerford; Lord Mayor, &c. of London; and Students of Law below the Bar. - Manningham. - Cambridge; Shoreditch; Howdon Pans; Rutherglen; Newton Abbot, &c.; Corbridge; Birmingham; and Houghton-le-Spring. - Ward of Broad Street, London; St. Paul's, Walden; Ashwell; Saltash; Weavers of the Upper District, Gloucestershire; Falkland; Nantwich; and Two Petitions from Renfrewshire Political Union. - Flushing; Long Sutton; Ward of Bishopsgate, London; Market Harborough; Shotts; Camnethan; Strathaven; Dalzeil; Cambuslang; East Kilbride; Glasford; Carluke; Blantyre; Lesmahagow; Bothwell; Commissioners under Dundee Paving Act; Coupar Angus; and Brewer Incorporation, Dundee. - Convenery of the Trades, Edinburgh; Linlithgowshire; Campbeltown; and Clanwilliam. - Grantham, ibid. - Lincoln; Auchtermuchty; Incorporation of Tailors, Wester Portsburgh; Linlithgow; Southwark; Forfar; and Sunderland. - Clerkenwell, (received as the Petition of Thos Key, Churchwarden,) ibid. - Poole; Totness (withdrawn); and Northumberland, ibid. - Kirkfieldbank; Incorporation of Tailors, Easter Portsburgh; Bathgate; Dysart; Swansea; Calne; Glastonbury; and Frome Selwood. - Chesham; Tullowcreen, &c.; Mirfield; and Marlborough. - West Lavington; Market Lavington; Ramsgate; J. Sparrow; Old Brentford, &c.; and Banff.- Christ Church, Middlesex; St. Peter's, Isle of Thanet; Lane End, Staffordshire Potteries; Burslem; St. Marylebone; Brechin; Operatives employed at Kirkland Works; Leven; Shepton Mallet; Cupar; Mayor, &c. of Derby; Chesterfield; Members of the English Bar; Falkirk; Alloa; Birstal; Kelso; New Alresford; Taunton; Jedburgh; Dingwall; Beith; Falmouth; Kingston upon Hull; Seven Incorporated Trades, Dumfries; and Knaresborough. - Six Incorporated Trades, Kirkcudbright; Instow; Trades House, Glasgow; Bideford; Incorporations of Stirling; of Walkers and Hatters, Edinburgh; of Hammermen, Edinburgh; and of Hammermen, Cupar; Huddersfield; Ross; Leeds; Incorporation of Smiths, Dunfermline; St. Crispin Society, Edinburgh; Incorporation of Maltmen, Leith; Chamber of Commerce, Edinburgh; Baker Incorporation, Perth; Incorporated Trades, Easter and Wester Portsburgh; Appledore; Portobello; Incorporation of Weavers, Kinghorn; of Hammermen, Kinghorn; of Tailors, Kinghorn, and of Shoemakers, Kinghorn; Leith Speculative Society; Incorporations of Weavers, Glasgow; of Tailors, Cupar; and of Glovers, Perth; Four Incorporations of Leith; Merchants House, Glasgow; Six Incorporated Trades, Banff; Commissioners of Leith Police Act; Richmond, York; Old Artillery Ground; Lanark and New Lanark; Haddington; Incorporation of Weavers, Leith; Flesher Incorporation, Cupar; Montrose; Incorporated Wrights, Cupar; Dumfries; Incorporations of Bakers, Edinburgh; and of Hammermen, Glasgow; Farmers, County of Haddington; Guildry Incorporation, Dunfermline; Chatham; and Inhabitants of Dunfermline. - Incorporation of Waulkers, Cupar; Whitechapel; Longtown; Kirkcaldy; Limehouse; Navan; Duffield; Belper; Lea; Swanwick; Wirksworth; Shottle; Pentridge; Holbrook; Heage; Little Eaton; Turnditch; Barnsley; Belfast; Epping; Thornton in Lonsdale; Beverley; and Clitheroe. - Elgin; Penzance; Scarborough; Frome; Shoemaker Incorporation, Perth; Kinghorn; Poplar; Totnes; Bradford; Trowbridge; Stranraer; and Crediton. - Denny; Emsworth and Warblington; and Blackley. - Fakenham; Perth; Central District of Perthshire; Woodbridge; Aldborough; Northampton; Daventry; Upton upon Severn; Margate; Warminster; Burgesses of Lancaster residing in Bolton-le-Moors; Fenstanton; South Molton; Wellington; Houston; Axminster; Incorporation of Fleshers, Dunfermline; Kirkintilloch; Provost, &c. of Linlithgow; Queensferry; Sedgley; Lincoln; Horsham; Waterford; Incorporation of Barbers, Glasgow; Dunning; Banks of the Leven; Dunse; Ward of Aldgate, London; Incorporation of Hammermen, Easter and Wester Portsburgh; Tailor Incorporation, Perth; Auchtermuchty; Incorporation of Bakers, Easter and Wester Portsburgh; Jedburgh; Incorporated Trades of Calton, Edinburgh; Incorporation of Fleshers, Edinburgh; Exeter; Stirling; Canongate; and Thurso. - Renfrewshire; Society of Barbers, Edinburgh; Lanarkshire; Airdrie; Incorporation of Wrights, Dunfermline; and of Bonnet Makers, &c. Edinburgh; Peebles; Incorporations of Coopers, Glasgow; and of Masons, Glasgow; Tain; Merchant Company of Ayr; Wigtown; Faculty of Procurators, Glasgow; Incorporations of Fleshers, &c. Canongate and North Leith; of Skinners, &c. Glasgow; and of Bakers, Glasgow; Seven Incorporated Trades of Stirling; Incorporations of Cordwainers, Glasgow; and of Bakers, Canongate; Chepping Wycombe; Darlington; Carlisle; Bedlington; Greenwich; Droitwich; Girvan; Romsey Infra and Extra; Ayr, &c.; Newburgh; Bervie; Chelsea; Tarbolton; Monmouth; Elderslie; St. Olave, Southwark; Great Lumley; Fatfield; Wapping; Newbottle; Ward of Langbourn, London; and Cumberland, (received as the Petition of John Taylor, Sheriff,). - Suffolk (received as the Petition of John Read, Sheriff); Tenterden; Woodchurch; High Halden; Bridgwater; Newport Pratt; Bannonburn; Perth; Incorporation of Candlemakers, Edinburgh; Hawick; Culross; Society of High Constables, Perth; Gatehouse of Fleet, Kirkcudbright; Wick, &c.; Lauder; Incorporations of Goldsmiths, Edinburgh; and of Waulkers, Edinburgh. - Incorporation of Wrights, &c. Edinburgh; Fortrose and Rosemarkie; Bodmin; Incorporation of Maltmen of Leith; Incorporated Trades, Canongate; Ld. Provost, &c. of Perth; Gorbals of Glasgow; Dumbarton; Haddington; Ld. Provost, &c. of Glasgow; Liberty of the Rolls, Middlesex; Provost, &c. of Haddington; Birmingham; and Manchester. - Warrington; Ayr Friendly Society; Holywell; Renfrew; Navan; Glasgow; St. Andrew, Holborn; Ward of Cornhill, London; and Totnes, 349. - Society of Special Constables, Perth; St. Maurice, &c. Winchester; Westport; Kilvine; Worthing; Paddington; East Retford and Bassetlaw; Haverfordwest; Shrewsbury; St. Botolph, Aldgate; Cockermouth; Lower District of Banffshire; Members of Edinburgh Mechanics Subscription Library; J.Jennings; Cromarty; and Society of Solicitors, Scotland. - Western District of Kirkcudbright; Eastwood; Ward of Walbrook, London; Henley on Thames; Patrick Brompton; Paisley; St. George, Middlesex; Dalgeith; Bridgeton; North Leith; Company of Merchants, Edinburgh; Chamber of Commerce, Edinburgh; Langholm; St. Ives, Huntingdon; Cudham, &c.; Whitehaven; Maxwelltown; St. Botolph, Aldgate; Chamber of Commerce, Greenock; Wisbech St. Peter; East Wemyss; Commercial Travellers, Exeter; Greenock; Musselburgh; Tonbridge; Dunkeld; Colne; Galashiels; Neilston; Greenock Medical Association; Ayr, &c. Friendly Society; Kincardine; Commissioners of Police, Paisley; Keighley; Strathaven; Morley; Horbury; Nantwich; Sevenoaks; Accrington; Perth; and Dursley. - Provost, &c. of Montrose; Merchant Companies of Edinburgh; and Leith; Bilston; Carnarvon; Incorporated Tailors, Edinburgh; Inhabitants of Leith; Irvine; Tewkesbury; Witney; Selsey; Cupar; Incorporated Trades of Canongate; and Sanquhar; Inhabitants, &c. of Annan; Magistrates, &c. of Annan; Banff; Provost, &c. of Paisley; St. Monance; Penicuick; Oban; Biggar; Bridgnorth; Hay; Bishop Auckland; Gateshead; Hexham; Ballina; Islington; Camberwell; Tower Hamlets; St. Bride, London; Bermondsey; St. James, Westminster; Corporation of Tailors, Glasgow; Denbigh; Todmorden; Langfield; and Deptford. - St. Saviours, Southwark; Chadderton; Comrie; Kilconquhar; Elie; Oxford; Walsall; Dunse; Alloa; Scotsmen resident in Dublin; Otley; Richmond, Yorkshire; Ross; and East Wemyss. - Eccleshill; Bradford; County of Berwick; Kilwinning; Stockton upon Tees; Sherborne; County of Haddington; Knottingley; Moffat; Saint Andrew, Wells; Wigan; Kinross; and Beaminster. - County of Ross; Buittle; Saint Thomas, Cornwall; Linkinhome; Burton Bradstock; Lewanick; and Burntisland. - Andover; Chepping Wycombe; Ward of Cripplegate Within, London; Arbroath; Holmfirth; Ledbury; Forres; Langholm; Ayr, &c. Phonix Friendly Society; Kilsyth; and Doncaster. - Milltown and Listry; Cumnock; St. George the Martyr, Middlesex; Inhabitants of Bedford; Mayor, &c. of Bedford; North Shields and Tynemouth; Leslie; Newcastle upon Tyne; Seven Incorporated Trades of St. Andrews; Northumberland; and Darlaston. - Killarney; Cork; Kingston upon Thames; Leighton Buzzard; Glasgow; Northern Part of Wilts, near Swindon; Incorporated Trades of Lanark; and Pembroke. - Wrexham; Beaminster; Blandford; Ware; Haddenham; Crieff; Blackburn; Berwick upon Tweed; Ward of Bread Street, London; Incorporated Tailors, Canongate; Kirkcudbright; Bodmin; Worcestershire; Abergavenny; Coldstream; Sanquhar; Kilwinning; County of Louth; Hoddam; Incorporation of Hammermen, Edinburgh; Brixham; Dunfermline; Incorporation of Wrights, &c. Canongate and North Leith; and Corporation of Wexford. - Incorporation of Wrights, &c. Easter and Wester Portsburgh of Edinburgh; Hertfordshire (received as the Petition of Baron Dimsdale, High Sheriff); Netherbury; Buntingford; Kidderminster; West Bromwich; Nunea ton; Worcester; Pro prietors of Iron Works, &c. Staffordshire District; Dromore; Moffat; St. Mary le Strand, Westminster; Kerry; and St. George, Southwark. - Dublin; and Regular Clergy of Galway. - Essex; Haverin-gatte-Bower; Kettering; Malton; Launceston; Incorporation of Tailors, Dunfermline; Hipperholme cum Brighouse; Wells; Chester le Street; and County of Down. - Nottingham; Ballymoney; Cannock; Buckland; Aylesford; Yatton; Manchester; and Thurles. - Ipswich; County of Roxburgh; and Brampton and Walton. - Clapham; Incorporation of Bakers, Dunfermline; Kilbirnie; Hailsham; Hamilton; Hounslow; Aughagour; County of York (received as Petition of W. Gascoigne, acting for the High Sheriff in his Absence by Illness, and James Russell, Under Sheriff); County of Devon; County of Derby; Youghal; Miles Platting, Manchester; Tuam; Glamorganshire; and J. Campbell. - Watford; Kilmore, &c.; South Shields, &c.; Campbeltown; Edmonton; Swindon; Dewsbury; Ward of Coleman Street, London; Auchterarder; Cowbridge; County of Southampton (received as Petition of Sir H. J. Tichborne, Baronet, Sheriff); Bakewell; Guildford; and Aberystwith. - Smarden; Newton and Failsworth; Kilcoman and Robin; Rugby; Kennoway; Ceres; Prendergast; and Kent, (received as Petition of Baden Powell, Sheriff,). - Lurgan; Beccles; Canterbury; Gravesend and Milton; and Peterhead. - Aylesbury; Commissioners under Dundee Paving Act; Lochee; Incorporation of Maltmen, Dundee; Wotton-Underedge; Maidenhead; Farmers of Eastern District of Ross; Waterford; Oldham; Dovor; Keith; Catrine; Gloucester (County); Freemen of Leicester; Limerick; Newcastle upon Tyne; and Ballyheigue, &c. - Wrington; Lancaster; Oldham; and Ayr Youths Society. - Glendale Ward; Tipperary; Inistioge and Clonamery; Limerick; Wethersfield; and North Nibley and Stinchcombe. - Bandon; Denny; Newry; Johnshaven; Hackney; Broughton; Hastings; Midleton; Stromness; and Presbytery of Dunblane. - Cambridge; and Wick. - Merchants, &c. of London. - Preston; St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster; Holland Fen and Pelhams Lands; Kirton in Holland; Heckington; Barton upon Humber; Glamford Briggs; Winterton; Ayr Mechanics Institution; Agricultural Tenantry, Ayrshire; Maybole; Stourbridge; Downton; Fordingbridge; Loughborough; Newmilns and Loudoun; Horsham; Staffordshire; Pembrokeshire; Carlow; Brandon; and Graduates, &c. of the University of Glasgow. - Incorporation of Weavers, Dunfermline; Wallingford; Hamilton; and Cardiganshire. - Hammersmith; Saint Luke's, Middlesex; Leicester; Newmill; Warwickshire; Kensington and Brompton; and Stansfield. - Stannington; Ward of Bridge, London; and Banffshire. - Northampton; Towcester; and Bosham. - Melrose; Sleaford; Ward of Castle Baynard, London; Carmarthenshire; Woolwich; Radnorshire; Hyde; Eastern District of Fifeshire; Rye; Hastings; Whitstable and Seasalter; Faversham; and Knarsdale. - Coquetdale Ward; Stonehouse; County of Ross; Chester; Cheshire; Saint Asaph; and Mold. - St. Matthew, Bethnal Green; Larkhall; Kirby Fleetham; Wainfleet All Saints; Coningsby; Kirriemuir; Lauder; Dunbar; Invergordon; Ward of Cheap, London; Gainsburgh; Worstead; Echt, &c.; Earlstown; Huntly; County of Antrim; Fortrose and Rosemarkie; Symington; Eastern District of Kirkcudbright; Kings-kettle; Western District of Fifeshire; Five Incorporated Trades of Lochmaben; Port Glasgow and Newark; Congleton; Tring; Batley; Ward of Aldersgate, London; Giggleswick; Saddleworth; Halifax; Free Burgesses of Maldon; Auchtergaven; and Harrington. - Laurencekirk; Cordiners of Edinburgh; Perthshire; Tiverton; Ward of Farrington Within, London; West Ham; Ratcliff; Haworth; Wester Ross Farming Society; Ward of Bassishaw, London; Denbigh; Gallen; Ballinrobe; Redgorton; Flintshire; New Shoreham; Ward of Billingsgate, London; Sandwich; Llansawel; Llanelly; Crygybar Chapel; Cayo; Milford and Hakin; Talley; Minchinhampton; Southern Part of Devon; Rothesay; Glasgow; Epworth; Deddington; Selby; Elgin and Forres; Newtonstewart; Banchory, &c.; Ruthin; Society of High Constables, Edinburgh; County of Sussex; and Fintray. - Cornwall; Ellesmere; Soham; Wath upon Dearne; Macclesfield; Wincanton; Castle Cary; Nine Incorporated Trades of Haddington; Working Carpenters of the Metropolis; Shadwell; Non resident Freemen of Rochester; North Erpingham; and Carrick on Suir. - North Durham; Great Marlow; Annan; Cardigan; Great and Little Bolton; Wells; Howden; Moretonhampstead; and Nairn.
-, 84. - to restore to Ireland its Parliaments; from Freshford, &c.- Corporation of Smiths, Dublin.
-, 85. - complaining of certain Grievances; from County of Renfrew; presented, and (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 86. - for better Recovery of small Debts; from Collumpton.
-, 87. - respecting Labourers Wages; from Collumpton, 239. - Woollen Manufacturers, Gloucestershire.
-, 88. - Religious Rights; Petition respecting; from Navan.
-, 89. - for Reform in the Court of Chancery; of J. Harrington.
-, 90. - to take off the Duty on Shepherds Dogs; from Tweeddale, &c.
-, 91. - for Repeal of Act relating to Kilcullen and Limerick Roads; of T. Dillon.
-, 92. - respecting Idolatry in India; Three from Wareham. - Coventry. - Derby.
-, 93. - respecting Presentations to new Churches; from Manchester;. - St. Peter, Hereford. - Bristol and Kingston upon Hull. - Hatherleigh.
-, 94. - for Abolition of the Bishops Courts in Ireland; from Castle Grace. - Navan.
-, 95. - against Vote by Ballot and Universal Suffrage; from Bristol. - Exeter.
-, 96. - for Repeal of the Richmond One Shilling Duty on Coals; from Coal Traders of Newcastle-upon-Tyne; of the Tyne; and of South Shields.
-, 97. - respecting the Conduct of Attornies and Forms of Law; of J. Burt.
-, 98. - for Abolition of the Tithe System, and for Reform of Parliament; from Outwell. - St. Andrew, Holborn.
-, 99. - for regulating the Coal Trade; from Southern District of Durham.
-, 100. - to facilitate the Study of Anatomy; from Worcestershire Medical Society, 287.
-, 101. - for a Commutation of Tithes; from Sandhurst and Newenden. - St. Paul's, Walden.
-, 102. - against Alteration of Timber Duties; from Sunderland; and Cork. - South Shields. - Chamber of Commerce, Plymouth. - Greenock; Port Glasgow; and Port Glasgow and Newark. - Cardiff; and Hull. - Newcastle upon Tyne. - Ayr; and Saltcoats and Ardrossan. - Falmouth and Truro; and Irvine. - Ship Owners, Port of Aberdeen.
-, 103. - respecting the actual State of British Shipping; from South Shields. - Scarborough.
-, 104. - for Repeal of the Duty on Soap; from Soapboilers of Limerick.
-, 105. - respecting Agricultural Distress; from Brenchley. - Sussex.
-, 106. - for Amendment of the Savings Banks Act; from Managers of Chelmsford and Dengie Savings Banks.
-, 107. - against the Erection of a second new Church in Clerkenwell; from Inhabitant Householders of Clerkenwell.
-, 108. - for Abolition of Corporations of Ireland; from Navan.
-, 109. - against proposed Duty on Cotton Wool; from Cotton Spinners, &c. Paisley.
-, 110. - to continue the Drawback on Malt; from Maltsters in Clackmannanshire and Distillers in North Britain.
-, 111. - for Revision of Grand Jury Laws, Ireland; from Mayo.
-, 112. - against proposed Tax on Passengers by Steam Vessels; from Owners of Steam Vessels plying between Leith and Stirling. - Aberdeen.
-, 113. - respecting the Beer Act; from Hailsham. - Sheffield. - Bath. - Retail Beer Sellers of Macclesfield. - Magistrates of Worcestershire. - Taunton; and Bathforum, ibid. - Hereford. - Western Part of Sussex; and Berkshire.
-, 114. - respecting Londonderry Corporation Funds; from Chamber of Commerce, Londonderry.
-, 115. - against the proposed Measure of Reform; from Newcastle-under-Lyme. - County of Selkirk; Magistrates, &c. of Selkirk; County of Berwick; and Edinburgh. - Sheriffs, &c. of Dublin. - Counties of Peebles (Two); of Roxburgh; and of Dumfries; Mayor, &c. of New Romney. - Exeter. - County of Edinburgh (Two); and County of Dumbarton. - Counties of Perth; of Elgin; of Edinburgh; and of Ross. - Berwick upon Tweed; Citizens of Cork; Mayor, &c. of Cork; Mayor, &c. of Drogheda; County of Sligo; Kilrush; St. Mary's, Newtown Barry; St. John's, Sligo; Glenlough; Mount Leinster, &c.; Tannagh; Emlafad; and Corporation of Weavers, Dublin. - Newbury, &c. - Selkirkshire.
-, 116. - for limiting Hours of Labour in Cotton Factories; from Cotton Yarn Dressers, Manchester. - Rochdale. - Manchester; and Preston.
-, 117. - respecting the Tithe of the Parish; from Inhabitants of St. Giles without Cripplegate, London.
-, 118. - respecting the Freedom of the City of Dublin; of R. Fitzpatrick.
-, 119. - to be relieved from Tithes, and that the Curate may be better paid; from Woodbury.
-, 120. - for Protection of Trade between the West Indies and Ireland; from Merchants of Cork.
-, 121. - for the Improvement of Ireland, and against the Introduction of the Poor Laws; from Tipperary.
-, 122. - to abolish the exclusive Privileges of The East India Company, &c.; from Calcutta.
-, 123. - for Repeal of Duty on Boracic Acid; from Staffordshire Potteries.
-, 124. - for establishing Poor Laws in Ireland; from Society for Encouragement of Industry and Reduction of Poor's Rates, King's Head Tavern, Poultry, (received as the Petition of Benjamin Wills, Honorary Secretary,).
-, 125. - for Alteration of Ecclesiastical Laws; of Huw Jones.
-, 126. - for Revision of Law of Landlords Hypothec; from Lord Provost, &c. of Glasgow.
-, 127. - that the Colonies may return Members to Parliament; of J. Hutton.
-, 128. - respecting Working Hours of Children in Worsted Factories; from Bradford (Two).
-, 129. - for Protection of Corporate Rights; from Mayor, &c. of Hereford. - Mayor, &c. of Rochester.

Piddlehinton Inclosure; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a, 154. - 2a, and committed, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

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

Pluck v. Digges; Writ of Error (Ireland); To be heard. - Plaintiff's Counsel heard, and Judgment Reversed.

Police, Metropolitan, Act; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 13.

Poor, Employment of the; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 20. 31. 47.
-, - in Ireland; Message to the Commons for Reports respecting; Vide Message, No 1.
-, - Laws, Committee respecting; Vide Committee, No 4.- Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 36. 78.
-, - - in Ireland; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 124.
-, - - Message to the Commons for Report respecting; Vide Message, No 4.
-, - Rate; A Bill for procuring Returns to Parliament Annually of the Amount and Application of the, in the several Parishes in England and Wales, presented by The Marquess of Salisbury; read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.
-, - Rates, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 21.
-, - Settlement Bill brought from H. C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Population, Address for Accounts of; Vide Address, No 18.
-, - Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

Portsmouth Elective Franchise, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No. 24.

Portugal, Commercial Intercourse with; Address for Papers respecting; Vide Address, No 10. - Motion for; Vide Motion, No 2.

Post Horse Duty, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 77.
-, - Office Sale; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, Postmaster General; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed - Royal Assent.

Potatoe Crop, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 32.

Preece, William, Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read (on Petition), and Bill 1a, 462. - 2a, and committed.

Prescription; A Bill for shortening the Time of, in certain Cases, and for lessening the Impediments to the Transfer of Real Property created by outstanding Terms and Judgments, presented by Lord Tenterden; read 1a, and to be printed, 328.

Preston And Wigan Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a, 371. - 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. - Three Petitions in favor, presented and referred to Committee. - Reported, with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Prisons, Ireland; Report respecting; Vide Ireland.

Privilege; Complaint was made by The Lord Farnham of a Letter received by him from Lieutenant Thomas Woodcock, 4th Dragoon Guards, animadverting on a Speech made by his Lordship in this House on the 21st of February last; and a Witness having proved the Handwriting of the said Thomas Woodcock, he was ordered to attend on the 17th Instant to answer the Complaint. - Lieutenant Woodcock called in, admitted having written the Letter in a Moment of Irritation, begged Pardon of the Noble Lord, and threw himself on the Mercy of the House: Resolved, Nemine Dissentiente, That the said Letter is a Breach of the Privileges of this House; that the said Lieutenant Woodcock be reprimanded and discharged from further Attendance; accordingly, he was reprimanded by The Lord Chancellor, and discharged from further Attendance.
-, - Complaint was made by The Earl of Limerick of a Paragraph in The Times Newspaper of the 16th of April; and the said Paragraph being read, Ordered, Nemine Dissentiente, That the Printer of The Times Newspaper do attend To-morrow, and that the Lords be summoned. - Called in, and having admitted that he was the Printer of the said Paper, he was directed to withdraw: Resolved, Nemine Dissentiente, That the said Paragraph is a gross and scandalous Libel upon The Earl of Limerick, and a high Breach of Privilege: The Printer, John Joseph Lawson, again called in, and asked if he had any thing to say in his Defence, when he begged Pardon of the Noble Lord, and threw himself upon the Mercy of the House; stated that he was the Publisher, but declined to say from whom he received the Paragraph; he was directed to withdraw: After Debate, Ordered, Nemine Dissentiente, That the said John Joseph Lawson be taken into the Custody of the Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod. - Petition of J. J. Lawson, expressing his Sorrow for his Offence, and praying to be discharged out of Custody, presented; moved, that the said Petition be taken into Consideration To-morrow; after Debate, on Question, agreed to; and Lords summoned. - Petition read; moved, that J. J. Lawson be called to the Bar, reprimanded, and discharged on Payment of his Fees; on Question, Resolved in the Affirmative, Nemine Dissentiente; accordingly, called in, reprimanded by The Lord Chancellor, and discharged: Ordered, Nemine Dissentiente, That what has been now said by The Lord Chancellor in reprimanding the said J. J. Lawson be entered on the Journals.
-, - The Gentleman Usher of the Black Rod acquainted the House, that he had a Person in Custody below Stairs, who had in his Possession very dangerous Weapons, and had attempted to take away the Life of a Marshalman attending on this House, and that he proposed to take him before the Secretary of State for the Home Department; moved, that the Gentleman Usher do so, and that he do not part with him out of his Custody without the Order of this House; agreed to, and ordered accordingly. - Ordered, that James Sisk, now in the Custody of the Black Rod, be delivered over to the Civil Authorities.

Privileges, Committee For; Vide Committee, No 1.

Prize Money, Unclaimed; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 25.

Prohibition; A Bill to improve the Proceedings in, and on Writs of Mandamus, presented by Lord Tenterden; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned.-2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments.-Amendments reported, and to be ingrossed. - To be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Provisions, Account respecting the Price of, at Greenwich and Chelsea Hospitals; Vide Accounts, No 2.

Public Debt, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 32. - Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 76.
-, - Offices, Salaries in; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 33.
-, - Works, Ireland; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 12.

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

Quassia, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 52.

Rae, Sir W. v. Lord Dundas et al.; Appeal presented, and Mundell to enter into Recognizance.- Petition of Appellant to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed ex-parte (no Respondents Cases).

Ramié, Charles Francis, Naturalization; Bill presented (on Petition), and read 1a. - Certificate produced; Petitioner takes the Oaths; Bill 2a, and committed.

Real Property; A Bill for lessening the Impediments to the Transfer of; Vide Prescription.
-, - 2d Report on Law respecting; Address for; Vide Address, No 5.

Reddle v. Syme; Appeal presented. - Jackson to enter into Recognizance. - Respondent peremptorily to answer.

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

Reform In Parliament, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 14. 16. 17. 24. 83. 95. 98. 115. 127. 129.
-, - Petitions respecting, presented this Session; A Classification of, laid on the Table, and to be printed.

Regency Bill; A Bill to provide for the Administration of the Government in case the Crown should descend to the Princess Alexandrina Victoria, Daughter of the late Duke of Kent, being under the Age of Eighteen Years, presented by The Lord Chancellor; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Committee put off, and Lords summoned. - Went through Committee, with Amendments. - Amendments reported, further Amendments made, and Bill to be ingrossed and read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons by Two Judges. - Returned agreed to, with Amendments. - Amendments considered and agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Register Office (General) For Deeds Bill; Petition against; from Beverley. - Wisbech. - Staindrop and Cock-field. - Pudsey; Corporation of Cutlers in Hallamshire; and Dewsbury.

Registrar of Deeds, Ireland; Office of; Treasury Minute respecting; Vide Ireland.

Reid v. Lyon and Another; Appeal presented. - Richardson to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer.

Religious Rights, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 88.

Renfrewshire, Petition from, complaining of Grievances, presented, and (by Leave) withdrawn.

Rent, Scotland; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 41. 42. 44. 45.

Richmond Lunatic Asylum Bill; Vide Ireland.

Roads, Ireland; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 12.
-, - And Bridges, Ireland; Report respecting; Vide Ireland.
-, - Scotland; Report respecting; Vide Scotland.

Robb v. Forest; Appeal presented, and Appellant to prosecute in formâ pauperis (on Petition). - Respondent peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

Robertson et al. v. Alexander et al; Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed, ibid. - Petition of Respondents for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Cause to be heard after Baillie v. Grant. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - v. Alexander and Smith; Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed, ibid. - Petition of Respondent Alexander to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee, ibid. - Petition of Respondents that the Cause may be heard immediately after Robertson et al. v. Alexander et al. presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, Alexander allowed to lodge Cases. - Report made, and last Petition complied with. - Heard, and Interlocutors Reversed, and Cause remitted with Findings.
-, - v. Harford, Brothers and Co.; Appeal presented. - Macqueen to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in.

Robinson v. Alexander; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in.

Roll for calling over the House; Vide House.

Roman Catholic Places of Worship, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 63.

Rothschild v. Brookman; Petition of Appellant for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - To be heard. - Put off. - Heard in part. - Appellant's Counsel fully heard, and Decree Affirmed, with £100 Costs.

Rowe v. The King; Writ of Error (Ireland); Petition of Plaintiff to be heard in Person, and for a Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Defendant's Agent to appoint a Day certain for hearing the Cause, and to determine whether the Plaintiff is to be then brought to the Bar to argue his Case, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Defendant's Agent to appoint a Day certain for hearing the Cause, presented and referred to the Appeal Committee. - To be heard, and Judges to attend.

Russell v. The Duke of Bedford et al.; To be heard. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - v. - To be heard. - Respondents to lodge Cases (on Petition), the Appellant consenting. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - et al. v. The Earl of Breadalbane; To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Russia, Sums paid to, under Treaty with Russia and the Netherlands; Address for Account of; Vide Address, No 7.

Russian Dutch Loan, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 20.

Salaries of the Officers of the House, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 53.
-, - Public Offices; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 33.
-, - &c. of Offices held by Members of either House of Parliament; Messages for Lords to attend the Select Committee of the House of Commons; Vide Treasury Minute, and Message, No 6.

Samwell's Name Bill; Vide Watson.

Savings Banks and Friendly Societies, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 22.
-, - Act, Petition for Amendment of; Vide Petitions, No 106.

Scot v. Ker and Johnston; Petition of Appellant as to the Order of hearing this and the next Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition withdrawn. - To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed. - Petition of late Appellant to amend the Appeal and have the same re-heard, presented and referred to Appeal Committee.
-, - v. - Petition of Appellant that this Cause may be heard with the above Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition withdrawn. - To be heard. - Order for Hearing discharged (on Petition of Respondents).
-, - v. - et al.; To be heard. - Order for Hearing discharged (on Petition of Respondents).

SCOTLAND.
-, - Acts of Sederunt of the Court of Session, 1830; delivered.
-, - Assessed Taxes; Cases stated and signed by the Commissioners of, with the Opinion of the Barons of the Exchequer thereon, from 5th February to 26th October 1830; delivered.
-, - Attornies, &c. Certificates; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 55.
-, - Bathgate Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Burghs; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 16.
-, - Civil List; Pensions granted out of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 40.
-, - Commissioners of Supply; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 42. 43.
-, - Compensation; Copy of Order granting, to W. G. Campbell Esqr. principal Clerk of the Court of Admiralty; delivered. - Copy of Warrant granting, to Macers of the Court of Session, and to Clerks of the Commissary Court; delivered. - To R. Threshie, Clerk of the Commissary Court of Dumfries; delivered.
-, - Creditors; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed.- 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Deputy Lieutenants; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed.
-, - Divorce; A Bill to remedy the Evils which His Majesty's Subjects sustain from conflicting Decisions of the Courts of Law in England and Scotland, on the Subject of Divorce a Vinculo Matrimonii granted by the Courts of Law in Scotland at the Suit of Persons not possessing a real and permanent Domicile therein; presented by The Earl of Eldon; read 1a, and to be printed.
-, - Dundee Improvement and Gaol Amendment Bill; Petition of Commissioners under the former Act to give Notice of the Bill at the first General or Adjourned Quarter Sessions of the Peace for the County of Forfar, and that thereupon the same may be brought into this House; ordered.
-, - Freeholders; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 46 to 49.
-, - Gorbals Statute Labour; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed.
-, - Highland Roads and Bridges; 17th Report of Commissioners of; delivered.
-, - Hypothec, Landlords Right of; A Bill to regulate, presented by The Lord Chancellor; read 1a, and to be printed.
-, - A Second Bill presented by Lord Belhaven and Stenton; read 1a, and to be printed. -2a, and committed.
-, - Landlords; Petition for Revision of Law of; Vide Petitions, No 126.
-, - Linlithgowshire Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Officers of State for, v. The Earl of Haddington; Appeal presented, and Mundell to enter into Recognizance. - Hearing appointed ex-parte (no Respondent's Cases).
-, - One Pound Notes of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 62.
-, - Peers for; A Certificate of the Names of the Sixteen; delivered, 3. - Read, 5.
-, - Pensions Granted out of Civil List of; Vide Accounts, No 40.
-, - Population; Address for Accounts respecting; Vide Address, No 18.
-, - Renfrewshire; Petition from, complaining of Grievances; Vide Petitions, No 85.
-, - Rent; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 41. 42. 44. 45.
-, - Roads and Bridges in; 17th Report of Commissioners of; delivered, 379.
-, - Universities; Address for Accounts respecting; Vide Address, No 13.

Scott v. Allnutt and Another; Petition of Respondents to dismiss Appeal with Costs, unless revived, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of W. A. Turner to revive Appeal on the Part of the Appellant, presented and referred to Appeal Committee.
-, - v. Yuille; Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Petition to revive on the Part of the Respondent, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Sea Apprentices Settlement; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed.

Settlement Under the Poor Laws, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 78.

Shannon River, Obstructions in the; Papers respecting; Vide Ireland, and Address, No 11.

Shepherds Dogs, Petition to take off Duty on; Vide Petitions, No 90.

Shipping, British; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 103.

Shoreham Harbour; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 28.

Shrewsbury, Earl of; Petition of, claiming to vote as Earl of Waterford in the Election of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland - Waterford.
-, - And Holyhead Road, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 30.

Simson and Parrott v. Jones and Innes; Appeal presented, 330. - Answer brought in.

Sinclair, Lord; 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, and Bill to be ingrossed, 421. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.

Slane Peerage; Vide Ireland.

Slates, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 56.

Slavery, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 1. 17. 19. 23.

Small Debts, Petition for better Recovery of; Vide Petitions, No 86.

Smith and Another v. Murray; Appeal presented, and Macqueen to enter into Recognizance.

Soap Duty, Petition for Repeal of; Vide Petitions, No 104.

Solicitors of Edinburgh, Society of, v. Smillie et al.; Vide Edinburgh.

Speaker; Vide Commons.
-, - The Earl of Radnor chosen, pro tem.
-, - The Earl of Shaftesbury chosen, pro tem.
-, - The Lord Suffield chosen, pro tem.
-, - The Lord Tenterden appointed, in the Absence of The Lord Chancellor. - Sat as Speaker.

Speaker; The Lord Lyndhurst chosen, pro tem.
-, - The Lord Wynford sat as. - Appointed Speaker in the Absence of The Lord Chancellor and The Lord Tenterden, ibid. - Sat as Speaker
-, - The Lord Chief Baron of the Court of Exchequer appointed, in the Absence of The Lord Chancellor, The Lord Tenterden and The Lord Wynford. - Sat as Speaker.

Speech of His Majesty after the Opening of Parliament. - Reported.-Vide Address, No 1.
-, - on the Prorogation of Parliament.

Stafford, Barony of; Petition of R. S. Cooke to appoint him a Counsel to assist him in his Claim to the.
-, - Sandon, &c. Road; Bill brought from H. C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Stage Coach Duty, &c.; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 77.

Stamford Annual Bull Running, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 54.

Stamp Duties, Ireland; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 15. 16. 17.

Stanhope, The Earl, et al.; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges.

St. Asaph, William Lord Bishop of, takes the Oaths.

State of the Country; Motion for an Inquiry into the Causes of the present; Vide Motion, No 1.

Steam Vessels, Passengers in; Petition against proposed Tax on; Vide Petitions, No 112.

Stewart, Sir M. P. S. Baronet, v. Porterfield; Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Stirling, Sir S. and Pearson v. Kelly, et e Contra; Petition to receive Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Order discharged, and Appeal to be received, and Appellant allowed Ten Days to obtain a Certificate of Intimation, and indorse it on the Appeal, 35. - Appeal presented. - Macqueen to enter into Recognizance. - Petition of Respondent to dismiss Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition not complied with. - Answer brought in. - Cross Appeal presented, ibid. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee, 186. - Report made, and both Parties allowed Ten Days. - Answer to Cross Appeal brought in. - Hearing appointed.

St. Leonard's Chapel, Hastings; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

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

Stonehaven Harbour, The Trustees of, v. Sir A. Keith; To be heard. - Put off. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £50 Costs, ibid.

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

Strathmore, Earl of, v. Dundas et al.; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Appellant for an early Day for Hearing, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Respondents Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Heard in part. - Further heard. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - And Another v. Ewing; Appeal presented. - Cunynghame to enter into Recognizance.

Streets, Stoppages in; Order to prevent, renewed.

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

Sub-Letting Act, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 72.

Sugar Duties; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Duty on; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 9.

Suits in Common Law Courts Bill; Vide Common Law Courts.

Superannuation Allowances, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 39.

Surman's Name Bill; Vide Goodlake.

Swan River Settlement, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 63. 64. - Addresses for Papers respecting; Vide Addresses, Nos 3. 4.

Sydney, John Robert Viscount, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Father.

TANJORE COMMISSIONERS, the Sixth Report of; delivered.

Taxation, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 14. 25.

Taxes, Receivers General of; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 26.

Taylor v. Sir W. C. Fairlie et al.; Appeal presented, and Dobie to enter into Recognizance.
-, - et al. v. Sir W. Forbes and Co.; To be heard - Heard in part. - Put off. - Fully heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed, and Issues directed.

Teignmouth, Lord; Claim of, to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Thames, Navigation of, and Mooring Chains in; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 36.

Thompson, P. B. Esquire; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges.

Thomson v. Dr. Williamson et al. et e Contra; Answer brought in. - Cross Appeal presented. - Answer to Cross Appeal brought in.-Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Cross Appeal to be heard with Original. - To be heard. - Put off. - To be heard. - Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed, and Cause remitted with Directions.

Thornset Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a.

Timber Duties, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 102.

Times Newspaper, Complaint of a Paragraph in; Proceedings on; Vide Privilege.

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

Tithes Composition Bill; A Bill for encouraging and facilitating Compositions for Tithes and other Payments arising and payable to Incumbents of Ecclesiastical Benefices in England and Wales, presented by The Archbishop of Canterbury; read 1a, and to be printed.
-, - Ireland; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 7 to 11. - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 67. 75. 98.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 52. 101. 117. 119.
-, - Suits, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 6.

Tobacco, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 65. 66.
-, - Cultivation of; Report respecting; Message to the Commons for; Vide Message, No 2.
-, - Growth Prohibition Bill; Vide Ireland.

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

Trade and Navigation, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 34.
-, - between Ireland and the West Indies, Petition for Protection of; Vide Petitions, No 120.

Transfer of Aids; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed, 284. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Treasurer, Vice, Ireland; Treasury Minute respecting; Vide Ireland.

Treasury Minute respecting Reduction of Salaries of Persons being Members of either House of Parliament; ordered. - Delivered. - To be printed.

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

Trower, Charles, Esquire; Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition), signed under Power of Attorney, and Power proved at the Bar; 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. - Petition of Agent to dispense with the Attendance of Mr. Trower on the Second Reading. - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined. - Petition considered, and complied with; and Bill read 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with an Amendment. - Amendment reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.

Tuckfield's Charity; Petition of The Mayor, &c. of Exeter, Trustees of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed.

Tunbridge Wells Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed, 469. - Reported, 496. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Turton, Louisa; Bill to dissolve her 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. - Petition of Louisa Turton, that Service of an attested Copy of the Bill, and Order for Second Reading thereof, on her Husband's Proctor, may be deemed good Service, presented and complied with, a Witness having first proved the Allegations of the Petition. - Several Witnesses to attend. - The Marshal of the King's Bench to bring Martin Petrie to the Bar to be examined as a Witness. - A Witness to attend, ibid. - Counsel heard, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Evidence to be printed.

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

UNION with Ireland, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 15. 37

Universal Suffrage and Vote by Ballot, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 95.

Universities, Scotland Address for Accounts respecting; Vide Address, No 13.

VACCINE NATIONAL ESTABLISHMENT, Report respecting; Address for; Vide Address, No 16.

Vaughan, Sir R. W. v. Lady S. B. Hamilton et al.; Appeal presented.

Veitch v. Harvey; Appeal presented, and Mundell to enter into Recognizance.

Vestry Act, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 71. 73. 74.

Vote by Ballot and Universal Suffrage, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 95.

WAGES, Payment of, in Money; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 58.

Wakefield and Abberford Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed, 365.-Royal Assent.

Wales; Account of Number of Writs issued and filed in each County in, and Number of defended and undefended Causes, and Judgments given, from 1820 to 1830 (so far as relate to the Chester Circuit); Vide Accounts, No 1.

Walsall Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed, 382.-Reported, 390.-3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Warburton v. Loveland (Lessee of Ivie et al.); Writ of Error, Ireland; To be heard. - Order discharged. - To be heard.-Heard.-To be further heard by One Counsel of a Side, and Judges to attend. - Heard in part, Judges present.-Fully heard, Judges present, and Two Questions of Law put to them.

Waste Lands belonging to the Crown, Address for Account respecting; Vide Address, No 14.
-, - Petition for the Cultivation of; Vide Petitions, No 31.

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

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

Watson, Wenman Langham; A Bill to enable, to take the Name of Samwell, presented (on Petition), and read 1a.

Welsh Judicature, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 1.
-, - Slates carried Coastwise, Petition for Repeal of Duty on; Vide Petitions, No 56.

West India Colonies, Address for Papers respecting; Vide Address, No 15.
-, - Correspondence relative to Commercial Intercourse of, with America; Vide America.
-, - Petition of Planters, &c. in; Vide Petitions, No 19.
-, - Indian Produce, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 43.
-, - Indies and Ireland, Petition for Protection of Trade between; Vide Petitions, No 120.

Westmeath, The Marquess of; Return of, as a Representative Peer for Ireland; Vide Writs And Returns, Ireland.
-, - v. The Marquess of Salisbury et al.; Petition of the Respondent The Marchioness of Westmeath for Judgment, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - A like Petition of the Appellant, presented. - Cause to be further considered. - Considered. - Petition of The Marchioness of Westmeath and H. W. Wood Esquire for Payment of their Costs.

Wheat; Vide Corn.

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

Wicklow, Vicarage of; Address respecting; Vide Address, No 9.

Wigan and Preston Railway Bill; Vide Preston and Wigan.

Williamson v. Thomson; Cross Appeal; Vide Original Appeal, Thomson v. Williamson.

Willoughby de Eresby, Lord; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges.

Wilson v. Lord Kensington and Another; Petition to present Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Appeal presented. - Answer brought in.
-, - et al. v. Sinclair; Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - To be heard. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed.

Wilton v. Bird; Writ of Error; delivered.

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

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

Witnesses; A Bill to enable Courts of Law to order the Examination of, upon Interrogatories and otherwise, presented by Lord Tenterden; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be ingrossed. - To be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to, with Amendments. - Commons Amendments to be considered, ibid. - Considered and agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Woodcock, Lieutenant Thomas; Complaint against; Vide Privilege.

Worcester, The Lord Bishop of; 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.

Worsted Factories, Petitions respecting Working Hours of Children in; Vide Petitions, No 128.

Worthing and Littlehampton Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Petition against. - 2a, and committed, and Petition referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel against, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Two Petitions in favor, presented and referred to Committee. - Report made, that the Parties promoting the Bill do not wish to proceed further therein.

Writs of Mandamus; A Bill to improve the Proceedings on; Vide Prohibition.

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