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Index to Session 1831: K-Z

Pages 1150-1162

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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KELP TRADE, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 14.

Kenlis; Thomas Marquess of Headfort of Ireland, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Kennet Navigation; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Put off. - Reported, and to be read 3a. - Put off. - 3a, and passed, . - Royal Assent.

Kent, The Duchess of, and The Princess Alexandrina Victoria; The King's Message for further Provision for; Vide Message, No 1. - Address, No 7.
-, - Annuity; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be read 2a. - 2a, (on Question), Nemine Dissentiente, and committed. - Reported, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and a Message sent to H.C. by Two Judges to acquaint them therewith. - Royal Assent.

Ker and Johnston v. Bell et al.; To be heard. - Heard.-Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed .
-, - et al v. Sir R. W. Vaughan et al.; To be heard.- Heard. - Considered and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Kibble, J. and E. v. Stevenson et al.; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Appellants Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmí.

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

Kilkenny, Petition respecting making a Railway from, to the most convenient Sea-Port; Vide Petitions, No 44.

Kilmarnock; George William Earl of Erroll of Scotland, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

King, The, present at the Opening of Parliament. - To give the Royal Assent to The Queen's Annuity and other Bills . - At the Prorogation of Parliament.

Kinkaid, J. B. Esquire; Petition of, to present a Bill similar to that of last Session, presented and referred to a Committee. - Report made, that no Alteration has taken place in the Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former Bill; Petition complied with, and Bill read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially with Amendments, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Kinnaird, Hugh, Esquire; A Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition) read 1a, and to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made, a Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court being first delivered (upon Oath) at the Bar. - Minutes of Evidence taken on the Writ of Enquiry in this Case laid on the Table, pursuant to the Standing Order; Counsel heard, several Witnesses examined, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Witnesses examined, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Order discharged. - To be further considered, and Lords summoned. - Several Witnesses, and Petitioner examined, and further Consideration put off, and Lords summoned; and Evidence to be printed. - Bill 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee with an Amendment.-Amendment reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Kinross-Shire Roads Bill; Vide Scotland.

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

LABOURERS in Husbandry; A Bill to provide for the better Employment of, by enabling Justices of the Peace to order a distinct Rate to be made on their Behalf, (to be called the Labour Rate,) with Allowances to such Occupiers of Land as shall find them Employment, presented by The Earl of Winchilsea; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - On Motion to be now read 2a, objected to; an Amendment moved, to leave out ("now") and insert ("this Day Six Months"); after Debate the Bill was (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, - Wages, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 17.

Lancaster, Courts of the County Palatine of the Duchy of; First Report of Commissioners for Inquiry into; delivered (by Command).

Land Tax Double Assessment; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Expences under Act for Sale and Redemption of; Account of; Vide Accounts, No 10.

Lands, Valuation of, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland, Valuation.

Langford, Lord; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

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

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

Langston et al. v. Langston et al.; To be heard. - Order discharged.

Langton's Act Amendment; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - Referred to a Select Committee under the Standing Order No 198, and Committee to meet, ibid. (Vide Committee, No 4.) - Report made, that it is expedient to proceed with the Bill. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Le Fevre, Samuel, Esquire; A Bill to dissolve his Marriage, presented (on Petition), read 1a, and to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made, a Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court being first delivered (upon Oath) at the Bar. - A Witness to attend. - A Copy of Minutes of Evidence on the Writ of Enquiry in this Case laid on the Table; Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned; and the Evidence to be printed. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Witnesses examined, and Second Reading put off, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned . - The Petitioner examined, Bill read 2a, and committed . - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported, Bill to be ingrossed and read 3a, and Lords summoned. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Leven Drainage Bill; Vide Scotland.

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

Lewis and Stevens v. Bridgman and Mallet; To be heard . - Order discharged.

Leys, Masson and Co. v. Lord Forbes; Answer brought in . - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Appellants for an early Day, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with .-To be heard.-Heard. ibid. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with a Declaration, and Cause remitted .

Library, Select Committee respecting; Vide Committee, No 7.- Address, No 11.

Licences to sell Spirits, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 10.

Lichfield; Thomas William Viscount Anson, being created Earl of, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Lieutenants for Counties, &c. Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

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

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

Liverpool and Prescot Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - (St. Bridgett's) Church; 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 .

Llanelly Tithes; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Two Petitions 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 with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Llanerchymedd, Petition for Extension of Elective Franchise to; Vide Petitions, No 82.

London, &c. Coal; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - Referred to a Select Committee under the Standing Order No 198, and Committee to meet. (Vide Committee, No 10.)-Report made, that it is expedient to proceed with the Bill; 2a, and committed. - Petition of Surrey Coal Meters, &c. to be heard by Counsel against such Parts of the Bill as affect their Interests. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported and agreed to, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Lords, Roll of the; Vide Roll.
-, - Summoned. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged . - Lords summoned, ibid. ibid. ibid. - Order discharged, ibid. ibid. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned, ibid. - Order discharged. - Lords summoned . ibid. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned, ibid. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned. - Lords summoned . - Order discharged. - Lords summoned, ibid. - Order discharged, and Lords summoned.-Lords summoned.-Order discharged.
-, - Take the Oaths; ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid. Catholic. ibid. ibid.

Lovat Claim of Peerage; Committee for Privileges to meet (on Petition). - Committee to meet. - Put off.

Ludlow Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - George James Earl Ludlow of Ireland, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Lunatic Commissions Bill; 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, Committee negatived, to be ingrossed, and read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons .

Lunatics; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed.- 2a, and committed. - Referred to a Private Committee, all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Petition of C. Dunne relative to Treatment of Lunatics, presented and referred to the Committee. - Reported with Amendments, and to be printed. - Comitted to a Committee of the Whole House, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Conference had at the Desire of the Commons on the Subject of their Disagreement to some of the Amendments. (Vide Conference.)- Bill to be printed with the Amendments, distinguishing those disagreed to by the Commons.
-, - Treatment of; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 31.

Lynn (East Gate) Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - (South Gate) Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

MACCABE v. Hussey and Another; To be heard. - Put off. - Heard.- Considered, and Orders Affirmed.

Macdonald v. Mackie and Co.; To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Reversed, and Cause remitted with a Direction .

Macdonell Otherwise Mactavish v. Turner; Vide Mactavish.

Macintyre et al. v. Macdonald and Lawson; To be heard. - Put off. - Order discharged. - To be heard. - Heard in part. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Mackenzie v. Houston, et e Contra; Answer to Cross Appeal brought in.- To be heard, ibid. - Appellant's Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - v. Macartney; To be heard. - Heard. ibid. Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed.
-, - v. Rose; Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Mac Millan et al. v. Campbell et al.; Appeal presented, and Caldwell to enter into Recognizance.-Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte, ibid. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Mactavish v. Turner; Appeal presented, and Macqueen to enter into Recognizance. - Respondent peremptorily to answer . - Hearing appointed exparte. - Petition of Respondent to dismiss Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, that the Matter referred to in the Petition be argued at the Hearing.

Magistrates, Ireland; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 14. 15.

Malt, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 85.

Manchester and Sheffield Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed, and Petition against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Committee put off. - Petition in favor, presented and referred to Committee . - Reported with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned Amendments agreed to, . - Royal Assent.
-, - Bolton and Bury Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a.-2a, and committed.-The King's Consent given, and the Bill reported specially with Amendments . - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Mansfield, The Earl of, v. Scott; Appeal presented, and Robertson to enter into Recognizance. - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, a Fortnight allowed . - Respondent peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

Manufactures Exported, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 21. 22.

Mar, The Earl of, v. Lady F. J. Erskine et al.; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard. - Appellant's Counsel heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £200 Costs.

Marchmont; Petition of John Hume, Esquire, to His Majesty, claiming the Earldom of; presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges.

Margate Pier and Harbour Company, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 4.

Marriages, Bills to dissolve; Vide Divorce Bills.
-, - between Protestants and Catholics; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 54.

Master of the Mint's Salary; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Maule, The Honorable William, v. Maule; Appeal presented, and Thomson to enter into Recognizance.
-, - William, Esquire; Petition of, claiming the Earldom of Panmure; Vide Panmure.

M'Gavin v. Stewart; - v. - Agents on both Sides to attend. - Agents called in and examined, and having stated that Two of the Parties directed by the Judgment to be examined were dead, the Judgment was ordered to be amended by striking out the Direction to examine the Parties .

M'Grigor et al. v. Cochran; Appeal withdrawn (on Petition) .

Megget and Roy v. Douglas; Answer brought in. - To be heard. - Put off. - Appellants Counsel heard.-Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £150 Costs.

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

Meredith, Mary, and Others; Petition of, for a Bill; Vide Owen.

Message - (1.) from The King, for further Provision for The Duchess of Kent and The Princess Alexandrina Victoria of Kent; delivered, and to be taken into Consideration, and Lords summoned. - Considered, and an Address of Concurrence, ordered, Nemine Dissentiente. (Vide Address, No 7.)
-, 2. - to the Commons requesting that they will give Leave to Members to attend the following Committees of this House; vizt.
-, Committee for Privileges on The Marquess of Headfort's Claim; Edward Michael Conolly, Esquire. - Commons will send an Answer. - On Viscount Ashbrook's Claim; Pryse Pryse, Esquire. - Leave given. - Select Committee on the Baking Trade, Ireland, Bill; R. M. O'Farrel, Esquire. - E. S. Ruthven, Esquire; W. N. Macnamara, Esquire; J. Browne, Esquire, and T. Wyse, Esquire. - Commons will send an Answer to both Messages.
-, 3. - for Report of this Session on the Affairs of The East India Company; ordered. - Commons will send an Answer.
-, 4. - from the Commons for Evidence on Mrs. Turton's Divorce Bill; the same was delivered to the Messengers.
-, 5. - for a Copy of the Report and Minutes of Evidence taken before the Select Committee, in the last Session, on the Poor Laws; the same was delivered to the Messengers.

Metropolis Turnpike Roads, Fifth Report of Commissioners of; delivered.

Military Accounts, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

Militia Ballots Suspension; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Pay; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Miller et al. v. Miller et al; Appeal presented. - Richardson to enter into Recognizance. - Petition of Appellants for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - v. Moodie; Appeal presented, and Crawfurd to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellants for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Two Months allowed.

Ministers Money, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 67.

Molasses, Distillation from; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 39.

Monkland Canal Company v. J. and W. Dixon; Cross Appeal; Vide Original Appeal, Dixon, J. and W. v. The Monkland Canal Company.

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

Montgomery, Sir J. Baronet, et al. v. Maxwell; Considered, and Interlocutors Reversed.

Moray, J. Esquire, and Others; Petition of, to present a Bill similar to that of last Session, presented and referred to a Committee, and all Lords added. - Report made, that no Alteration has taken place in the Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former Bill, except the Death of One of the Heirs of Entail; and Petition complied with. - Bill presented and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Printed Copy of Bill referred to Judges in Scotland to take Consents. - Reference to One of the Judges changed (on Petition); and Judges to take the Consents to the Bill of any Trustees who may be in Scotland. - Judges Report read, and referred to the Committee. - Reported, with Amendments, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, Amendments made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Morris v. Davies et al.; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant for Production of the Judges Notes, and for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee.

Mostyn; Sir Edward Pryce Lloyd, Baronet, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Motion - (1.) for an Address for a Copy of Evidence taken before Mr. Green, K.C. who was sent by The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland to enquire into the Circumstances of the Affray which took place at Newtownbarry on the 18th of June last; and also, a Copy of the Report of the Chief Constable of Police to the Inspector General of Police, respecting the Occurrences of that Day; objected to, and (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 2. - for Copies of Despatches from His Majesty's Consul at the Azores, and of Representations of British Residents, complaining of Outrages; also, respecting any Expedition fitted out at Terceira, in British Vessels, against the Neighbouring Islands, and the Capture of such Islands; and also, any Information received by Government of Preparations at Terceira to transport a Military Force in British Vessels for the Invasion of Portugal; objected to, and, after Debate, (on Question) resolved in the Negative.
-, 3. - for Copies of or Extracts from all such Papers relative to the Negociations on the Subject of the Settlement of Belgium as can be produced without Injury to the Public Service; objected to, and, after Debate, (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 4. - for a Copy of a Survey made by Order of His Majesty's Postmaster General, with Report thereon, of a Line of Road between the River Sark and the Church of Eskdale Muir, in the County of Dumfries, and of a Line between the Confines of the County of Selkirk and the Town of Peebles; objected to, and (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 5. - for Copies or Extracts of all Communications that have recently taken place between His Majesty's Government and those of France and Belgium relative to the Employment of French Officers for the avowed Purpose of disciplining, organizing and acting with the Belgian Army; objected to, and, after Debate, (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, 6. - to add to the Roll of Standing Orders an Order respecting the Mode of preparing Cases on Appeals from Scotland; and the Consideration thereof put off to next Session.

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

Mulgrave; Constantine Henry Earl of, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Father.
-, - Earl of; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

Mullins, The Honorable Edward, et al. v. Townsend; To be further considered. - Considered, and Decree Affirmed, with £100 Costs.

Munro and Another v. Drummond et al.; To be considered. - Considered, and Cause remitted with a Declaration.

Munster; George Fitzclarence, Esquire, being created Earl of, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

NAPIER v. Goldie et al. et e Contra; Separate Answer brought in. - Cross Appeal of Dame M. Gordon v. Goldie, presented. -Respondents in Cross Appeal peremptorily to answer. - Answer to Cross Appeal brought in. - Petition of Alexander Crombie, One of the Respondents in Cross Appeal, for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Petition of Lady M. Gordon, One of the Respondents, to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petitions complied with. - Cross Appeal to be heard with Original. - Answer of Napier to Cross Appeal brought in. - Respondent, J. Napier, to lodge Cases (on Petition). - To be heard. - Original Cause heard. - Cross Appeal heard, ibid. - Original Appeal considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed; and Cross Appeal considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed, with £40 Costs to Napier.

Naval Station, Cove of Cork; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 29.

Netherlands, Fortresses in the; Papers respecting; delivered (by Command). - Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 24.

Netterville Claim of Peerage; Petition of J. E. Netterville, Esquire, against, presented and referred to Committee for Privileges. - Committee to meet. - Put off.

Newcastle, St. Mary the Virgin's Hospital in; Petition of the Master, &c. of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges .

Newtownbarry, Ireland, Affray at; Motion respecting; Vide Motion, No 1.

Nicol v. Sir R. W. Vaughan, Baronet; To be heard.- Heard, and Order, in Part, Reversed, and Cause remitted with a Direction.

Norbury, The Earl of; Normanton, The Earl of; Petitions of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

North British Insurance Company v. Barker; Appeal presented, and Thomson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in.
-, - Shields Road; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a- 2a, and committed; and a 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. - Petition against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel. - Bill reported, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Northern Lighthouses, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 9.

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

Nugent, Lord; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.

OAKLEY; George Cadogan, Esquire, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Oath of Allegiance at Elections, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 33.

Oaths Before The Lord Steward; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Lords take the; Vide Lords.

O'Connell, Daniel, Esquire, and Others; A Copy of the Record of the Proceedings in the Court of King's Bench in Ireland against, with the Dates of such Record; moved to be laid before the House, and, on Question, agreed to. - Delivered. - To be printed.

Orders, Standing; No 3. relating to the Attendance of The Lord Chancellor on the House, read.
-, - Nos 26 and 155, relative to Bills not being proceeded in Twice the same Day, to be considered, and Lords summoned. ibid. ibid. ibid. ibid. - Considered, and dispensed with on the expired Commissions, &c. continuing, Ireland, Bill. - On the Poor Relief Bill. - On the Barbadoes, &c. (Importation of Flour) Bill, ibid. - On the Vestries Bill. - On the Crown Land Inclosure Bill.
-, - No 94, relative to the Time of the meeting of Committees on Private Bills, to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Considered, and dispensed with on The Bishop of Cork's Estate Bill. - On The Marquess of Bute's Estate.
-, - No 198, relative to Bills for regulating Trades; Bills referred to Committee under; Baking Trade (Ireland) Bill. - London, &c. Coal Bill. - Cotton Factories Bill.
-, - No 210, relative to Joint Stock Companies, to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Considered, and dispensed with on the General Steam Navigation Company's Bill.
-, - Motion for a Standing Order, That no Divorce Bill be read a Second Time until the Judge or Under Sheriff before whom any Trial or Writ of Enquiry shall have been had, wherein the Petitioner shall have been Party, do transmit to the Clerk Assistant, to be laid upon the Table of the House, a Report of the Proceedings upon such Trial or Writ of Enquiry; to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Considered, and agreed to with an Amendment, and ordered to be made a Standing Order, and printed and published.
-, - respecting Private Bills, to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Considered, and dispensed with as far as affected by the Motions respecting Private Bills made Yesterday (23d June). - Vide Bills, Private.
-, - Roll of, Motion to add to, an Order respecting the Mode of preparing Cases on Appeals from Scotland; and the Consideration thereof put off to next Session.

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

Oswald, R. A. Esquire, and Others; Petition of, to present a Bill similar to that of last Session, presented and referred to a Committee, and all Lords added. - Report made, that no Alteration has taken place in the Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former Bill; and Petition complied with. - Bill presented and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Printed Copy of Bill referred to Judges in Scotland to take Consents. - Printed Copy of Bill referred to Judges in Scotland to take further Consents (on Petition).-Judges Reports read and referred to Committee. - Reported with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, Amendments made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Overseers of the Poor; A Bill to improve and amend the Nomination of, to define their Powers and Authority, and for the better Regulation of Parish Relief, presented by The Lord Teynham; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - Put off - Bill (by Leave) withdrawn.

Owen, The Reverend Thomas; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges. - Witnesses to attend to be sworn to give Evidence before the Judges. - Reference to Judges changed (on Petition). - Petition of Mary Meredith and others, Mortgagees on the Estate mentioned in the Petition, that Leave may be given to bring in the said Bill, presented and referred to the same Judges. - Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - J. Philpot to attend Committee and produce certain Deeds. - The King's Consent given; Bill reported specially with Amendments, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, an Amendment made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

PANMURE, Earldom of; Petition of William Maule, Esquire, of Panmure, to His Majesty, claiming the Titles of Earl of Panmure and Lord Maule; presented (by Command) and referred to the Committee of Privileges.
-, - William Maule, Esquire, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Parliament of Ireland, Petitions for Restoration of; Vide Petitions, No 80.
-, - Reform in; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 3. 18.
-, - The Tenth, of the United Kingdom; Opened by Commission.-Prorogued by His Majesty. - Further prorogued.

Parliaments, Office of Clerk of the; Committee respecting; Vide Committee, No 14.

Paterson v. Sanderson; Appeal presented, and Druce to enter into Recognizance. - Respondent to defend Appeal in formâ Pauperis (on Petition).

Patison and Blincow v. Allan and Co. et al.; Appeal presented.- M'Crae to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.
-, - v. - Appeal presented. - M'Crae to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte.

Payment of Wages, Bills respecting; Vide Wages.

Pearson et al. v. Stephen et al.; To be heard. - Heard, and Decree Reversed, with a Declaration, and the Costs to be paid out of the Fund in Court in this Cause.

Peerage of Scotland, Union Roll of; Vide Scotland.

Peerages, Claims of; Vide Annandale; Athenry; Berners; Lovat; Marchmont; Netterville; Panmure; Polewart; Slane; and Waterford.
-, - to vote for Representative Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland - Ashbrook; Bloomfield; Crofton; Ely; Gormanston; Headfort; Langford; Lisburne; Mountmorres; Mulgrave; Norbury; Normanton; Nugent; Ranfurly; Sefton; Southwell; Trimlestown; and Waterford.

Pensions out of Civil List, Scotland; Account of; Vide Accounts, No 3.

Petitions, Receivers and Tryers of, appointed.
-, 1. - for Reduction of Taxation and Expenditure; from Egton.
-, 2. - for the Abolition of Slavery; from Upleatham; Marsk; St. Andrews, Orkney; and Meeting House, Princes Street, Cork. - Frowlesworth; Smarden; Farforth cum Maidenwell; Little Waldingfield; Wrotham; Town Malling; Yaxham and Welborne; Itchen; Kirkby Wharfe; Alford; Harling; Auchtergaven; and Tipton. - Welsh Pool; and Gillingham. - Synod of Caithness and Sunderland. - Dissenters of Machynlleth. - Preston cum Sutton; Arlsey; Bridgeham; East Keal; Dickleburgh; and Preston. - Great Waldingfield; Knossington; Burrow; Poslingford; Somerby; Wilton; Winscombe; Shepton Mallet; Stoney Stanton; and Norton St. Philip. - Killarney. - Lismore. - Warwick Political Society.
-, 3. - for Reform in Parliament; from Stromness; Grangemouth, Falkirk; Drumcondra, &c.; and Hawick. - Mechanics, Newry; Carrickmacross; Monaghan; and Lady's Island Carne, &c. 750. - Clonoulty; and Clonmel. - Wrenbury Division, Nantwich. - Meath (County). - Macclesfield; Mayo; and Dunmore. - Reynagh. - Llanerchymedd. - Berkeley. - Bachelors of Arts, Cambridge University; Weymouth; Brecknock; Dumbartonshire; Anstruther Easter; Galston; Loudoun; Denny; Ballycallan, &c.; Pallis Green; and Athlone. - Tipton. - Kinsale; Mallow; University of Edinburgh; and Trades Union, Perth. - The last Petition (by Leave) withdrawn. - S. White. - Carpenters of the Metropolis. - Isle of Wight. - Renfrewshire Political Union. - Maglass, &c.; and Navan. - Inhabitants of Derby, being offered to be presented, objected to, and (by Leave) withdrawn. - Ely. - Navan. - Nairn.
-, 4. - against the Beer Act; from Clergy of Diocese of Bath and Wells. - Wrotham, &c.; and Tonbridge. - Grand Jury of County of Chester. - Boldre. - Southborough. - Wells; Stockport; and Yeovil. - Clergymen of West Riding of Yorkshire. - Of Cheshire and Lancashire. - Burslem. - Clergy of Archdeaconry of Stafford; and Licensed Victuallers of Maidstone. - St. Mary's, Paddington. - Edmonton. - Magistrates at Easter General Quarter Sessions at Louth, Lincoln. - Clergy of Diocese of Salisbury; Clergy of Cornwall; and Diocese of Exeter; and Society for due Observance of the Lord's Day, (received as Petition of D. Wilson, M.A.).-Barking.-Manchester and Salford; Leachdale &c.; Bisley; Birmingham; and Wallasey. - Speen.- Runcorn. - Clergy of Southampton .
-, 5. - for Revision of the Tithe System; from Farnborough, &c. - Dartford; and Lesnewth. - Eastern Part of Berkshire. - Beneficed Clergymen. - Broughton Astley, &c.- Great Shelford. - Harristown; Graig and Ullard; and Kington Magna cum Nyland. - Wellow.
-, 6. - for the Regulation or Abolition of Tithes in Ireland; from Clonenagh; St. Mullins; Lismolin; Gowran; and Oldtown. - Ballon, &c. - Raheen. - Knockbreda.
-, 7. - for Revision of the Criminal Laws; from Langport Eastover. - Moate. - Halifax. - Brigham, &c. . - Exeter. - Stockport. - Youghal. - Falmouth. - Wellingborough. - London (Householders).
-, 8. - for Regulation of the Grants for Education in Ireland; from Oran; St. Mullins; and Leighlin Bridge. - Kilkevin. - Tissarah; Tumover and Drimrath; Emlafad and Kilmorgan; Rahoon; Killamory, &c.; Graig, &c.; Kilfian; and Crosswell and Donamin.-Mourn-Abbey; and Reynagh. - Charleville. - Kilshannick. - Kenmare and Templeno; Carrick-on-Suir; Tralee; and Grenagh. - Catholic Bishops, Ulster; and Donoughmore. - Temple Michael, &c.; Youghal; and Dungarvan. - Clonpriest. - Kells; and Navan. - Newmarket, Cork; Churchtown; Ballynakill and Kilcroan; St. Mary's, Athlone; Whitechurch; and Johnstown and Walterstown. - Ratoath; Kilbolane; Ballyclough and Kilbrin; Liscarroll; New Ross; Cloundrohid; Kilnamartra; and Governors, &c. of Catholic Orphan Societies, Dublin. - Ballyshannon.
-, 9. - for Repeal of the Vestry and Sub-letting Acts Ireland; from St. Mullins. - Carnew. - Graig, &c. ibid.
-, 10. - to extend Spirit Licences to Persons licensed to sell Beer by Retail; from Beer Retailers of Brighton.
-, 11. - for Repeal of the Union between Great Britain and Ireland; from Portumna. - St. Mullins; Working Jewellers, Dublin; and Duncormick.- Brass Founders, Dublin. - Wine and Grocery Porters, Dublin; Manchester; Commercial Society, Galway; Collumbkill; Street; Loughmore and Castle Iney; Painters, &c. Cork; Bray; Leixlip; Brogue Makers, Dublin; Horse Shoers, Dublin; St. Pauls, Dublin; Shangarry, &c.; Inhabitants of New Ross; Churchtown and Kilbride; Tailors, Limerick; Abby Lara; Leighlin Bridge; Drumcondra, &c.; Carpenters, Tullamoore; Kilcoman and Robin; Graig, &c.; Mechanics of New Ross; House Carpenters, Limerick; Working Hosiers, Dublin; Rathdowney, &c.; Poulterers, Dublin; Calico Printers, Dublin; Tailors, Cork; and St. John's, Limerick. - Sawyers, Limerick; Joiners, &c. Dublin; Lath Makers, Dublin; Borris; Tacumshane; Clonoulty and Rossmore; Tradesmen, Tullamoore; Stone Masons, Dublin; Slaters, Dublin; Master Butchers, Dublin; Gowran, &c.; Tobacco Manufacturers, Dublin; and Thomastown. - Mechanics, Newry. - Carnew; and Killamory. - Belfast. - Boyle. - Literary Teachers, Dublin; Baldoyle, &c.; Medical Students, Dublin; Raheen; and Nailers, Dublin.
-, 12. - for assimilating the Elective Franchise of Trinity College, Dublin, to that of Universities of Oxford and Cambridge; from Trinity College, Dublin. - Junior Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin.
-, 13. - for Power to build Catholic Places of Worship; from Navan.
-, 14. - for Protection of the Kelp Trade; from the West Part of Galway.
-, 15. - to extend the Elective Franchise of Galway to the Roman Catholics; from Ballindooley. - Barna; Saint Nicholas, Galway; and Bohermon. - New Town Smith; and Mechanics Institute, Galway. - Nun's Island. - St. Nicholas, Galway; Commercial Society, Galway; and Diocese of Kilfenora. - Magistrates of Galway; and Newtownsmith. - Catholic Prelate and Clergy of Galway; Members of Irish Bar connected with Galway; Resident Magistrates of Galway; and Land Owners, &c. of Galway. - Catholic Freemen of Galway. - Mortality Society of Galway. - St. Nicholas, Galway; Roscorn; Protestants, Galway; Bottemore; Cara Brown; and Ballindooly. - Protestant Land Owners of Galway; Moycullen; New Town Smith; and St. Nicholas, Galway. - Protestant Freemen of Galway. - Barna, Galway. - Magistrates, Galway; Protestant Freemen, Galway; Bottermore; and Rahoon. - Galway; and Rahon. - Catholic Merchants of Galway. - Justices of the Peace for Galway; and Catholic Free Burgesses of Galway. - Shruel; Protestant Burgesses, Galway; Protestant Freemen, Galway; Catholic Freemen residing in Nun's Island; Officers of Corporation of Galway, &c.; Resident Protestant Freemen, Galway; and Resident Protestant Free Burgesses, Galway. - Cara Brown, Galway; Nun's Island; Protestant Burgesses, Galway; Protestant Freemen, Galway; Protestant Merchants, Galway; and Protestant Freemen of the Corporation of Galway residing in the Wardenship. - Freemen of Corporation of Galway residing in the Parish of Cara Brown; Rahoon (Two); and Maree. - New Town Smith. - Clare, Galway; Roman Catholics, St. Nicholas, Galway; Ballin Dooley; and Protestant Freemen, St. Nicholas, Galway, ibid. - Shruel; and Barna. - Merchants Quay, Galway; and Roscommon. - St. Nicholas, Galway.
-, 16. - for Introduction of the Poor Laws into Ireland; from Newry. - Leeds. - Birmingham Committee for relieving the Distress in the West of Ireland. - Halifax; and Society, King's Head Tavern, Poultry, London, (received as the Petition of B. Wills, Honorary Secretary,). - Dewsbury. - Catholic Bishops in Ireland; and Ross, Hereford. - Waterford. - Corsham; and Chippenham. - Whitechurch, Cork. - Dublin.
-, 17. - against the Payment of Wages in Goods; from Wigan; and Great and Little Bolton. - Dudley. - Hales Owen; and Two from Gloucestershire. - Staffordshire; and Merthyr Tydfil.
-, 18. - against the proposed Measure of Reform in Parliament; from County of Forfar. - King's Lynn; Freemen of Durham in Sunderland; and in London, &c. - Free Burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne resident in Sunderland. - County of Westmeath. - Mayor, &c. of Harwich.
-, 19. - for Confirmation of the Act of The Governor General in Council, abolishing the Rite of burning Hindoo Widows; from Natives of India.
-, 20. - for Alteration or Repeal of the Grand Jury Laws, Ireland; from Carnew. - Navan; and County of Tipperary. - Clara.
-, 21. - against the Importation of Foreign Flour; from Millers of Liverpool; of Warrington; of Rochdale; and of Chester. - Owners and Occupiers of Corn Mills, Stockport. - Halifax.
-, 22. - against additional Duties on Wines imported into Ireland; of Wine Merchants, Dublin.
-, 23. - in favor of the present Application of the Grants for the Education of the Poor of Ireland; from Killesher. - Aghaloo. - Dromara, &c.- Down; and Killinchy. - Cork; Bandon; and Western Part of County of Cork. - Glenarm. - Cairn Castle. - Colerain; and Ballynure. - Drumcliff.
-, 24. - for securing the Payment of Tithes in Ireland; from certain Beneficed Clergymen.
-, 25. - for the better Recovery of Small Debts; from the Tradesmen of Brighthelmston.
-, 26. - for further Indemnity to the Hundred in case of Damages by Rioters; from Owners of Lands in the County of Southampton.
-, 27. - against the Repeal of the Union between Great Britain and Ireland; from Tyrawly.
-, 28. - for Alteration in the Game Laws; from J. Hamerton, Esquire. - T. Jones; G. Harrison and J. Westwood; and J. Shaw.
-, 29. - against the Removal of the Naval Station from the Harbour of Cove; from Cork.
-, 30. - that the Diocesan may have Power to form District Parishes; from Fifteen Townships in the Parishes of Fenagh, Barragh and Clonegal.
-, 31. - relative to the Treatment of Lunatics; from C. Dunne, presented and referred to the Committee on the Lunatics Bill.
-, 32. - for Restoration of Elective Franchise, Ireland; from Disfranchised Forty Shilling Freeholders of Balbriggan.
-, 33. - that they may not be obliged to renew their Oath of Allegiance at every Election; from Catholics of Londonderry.
-, 34. - complaining of the Mal-administration of the Stamford Poor Rates; from St. George Lyster, Esquire.
-, 35. - for Protection of West India Property; from R. B. Callender. - Inhabitants of West India Colonies; and Island of Nevis.
-, 36. - for the Repeal of the Corn Laws; from Denton and Haughton.
-, 37. - for the Repeal of the Attorneys Certificate Duty; from Procurators of the Sheriff Court of Berwickshire.
-, 38. - for limiting the Hours of Employment in Cotton and Worsted Factories; from Manchester. - Overlookers of Factories in Keighly. - Worsted Spinners of Halifax. - Overseers and others, Spinning Mills, Dundee. - Blairgowrie and Rattray. - Arbroath.
-, 39. - against Distillation from Molasses; from Freeholders, &c. of the County of Linlithgow; and West Lothian Agricultural Society. - County of Edinburgh; and of Norfolk. - Of Wigtown. - Of Haddington. - Of Caithness. - and of Banff.
-, 40. - for Provision for the due Representation of the Universities; from University of Edinburgh.
-, 41. - to release every King and Queen of this Realm from making the Declaration against Transubstantiation on succeeding to the Crown; from Lieutenant General William Thornton.
-, 42. - in favor of the Beer Act; from Gloucester; and Licensed Beer Venders of Gloucester. - Committee of Licensed Brewers, Retailers of Beer under 1 Will. 4; and Boston. - W. Benbow; and W. Washington.
-, 43. - for Compensation for forming Designs for a Triumphal Arch, &c. at Brighton, to the Memory of King George the Fourth; of George Pollard.
-, 44. - that a Railway may be made, at the Public Expence, from Kilkenny to the most convenient Sea-port; from Inhabitants of Kilkenny.
-, 45. - from The Earl of Mar, praying their Lordships to declare that his signed List of the Names of the Peers for whom he meant to give his Vote at the late Election of the Sixteen Representative Peers for Scotland ought to have been received by the Clerks at the said Election.
-, 46. - for Inquiry into the Effects of the Free Trade in Beer, before any further restrictive Measures are adopted; of E. Jones.
-, 47. - against Increase of Duty on Cape Wine; from Merchants engaged in Trade to the Cape of Good Hope.
-, 48. - to amend or repeal the Vestry Act, Ireland; from Ballon, &c. - Graig, &c. - Raheen.
-, 49. - to place the Trade with Portugal on its former Footing; from Merchants, &c. concerned in the Trade.
-, 50. - for the Remedy of certain Evils; from the Commons of the Province of Lower Canada.
-, 51. - for disbanding the Yeomanry Corps of Ireland, and for Enquiry into the late Affair at Newtownbarry; from Newtownbarry and Kilmashal. - Waterford.
-, 52. - for disbanding the Yeomanry Corps of Ireland; from Navan; Leighlin Bridge; New Ross; and Lady's Island, & cd. - Tacumshane; and County of Wexford. - Raheen. - Killegny. - Kildalkey. - Carlow. - Fethard and Templetown; and St. James, Wexford.
-, 53. - for Repeal of the Burial Act, Ireland; from Ratoath.
-, 54. - for Repeal of the Law declaring void Marriages between Protestants and Catholics if celebrated by a Catholic Clergyman; from Catholic Clergymen of Navan; and Inhabitants of Navan.
-, 55. - for Resumption of Church Lands by Government, in order to apply them to the general Good of Ireland; from Catholics of Navan.
-, 56. - for Compensation to the Coal Meters of Dublin; from Corporation of Smiths or Guild of St. Loy, Dublin. - Corporation of Cutlers, &c. Dublin. - Of Barbers, &c. Dublin. - Corporation of Cutlers, Dublin. - Of Merchants, Dublin; and of Coal Meters of Dublin.
-, 57. - for the Regulation of Steam Vessels; from Beaumaris.
-, 58. - against further Restrictions on the Licensed Retailers of Beer; from G. Crucefix, &c. - Mile End Road; and J. Yarham.
-, 59. - to be relieved from the Payment of Quarantine Fees; from Merchants, &c. of Leith.
-, 60. - for Amendment of the Law respecting Recovery from the Hundred; from Mary Harfield.
-, 61. - for the Removal of Smithfield Market; from Association for promoting Rational Humanity towards the Animal Creation.
-, 62. - that resident Freemen of Ramsgate and Margate may continue to possess the Privilege of voting in Perpetuity at the Sandwich Elections; from Freemen of Sandwich resident in Margate.
-, 63. - to take into Consideration the whole State of Ireland; from Louth.
-, 64. - for preventing Sunday Traffic; from Inhabitants of London engaged in various Trades.
-, 65. - for Compensation in the Event of the Abolition of Slavery; from West India Colonies; and Nevis. - Planters in Antigua.
-, 66. - that the Tithes Composition Act, Ireland, may be rendered imperative, and for Relief; from Beneficed Clergymen of the Dioceses of Ossory, Leighlin and Ferns.
-, 67. - complaining of the Grievance of Ministers Money; from Dublin.
-, 68. - to include the Bull in the Law respecting Cruelty to Animals; from Marylebone.
-, 69. - against Compulsion of Protestant Soldiers and Sailors on Foreign Stations to attend Catholic Ceremonies; from Coleraine.
-, 70. - for Enquiry into the Tithe System of Ireland; from Lea, Queen's County.
-, 71. - to establish a Board of Trade at Dublin; from the Lord Mayor, &c. of Dublin.- Corporation of Weavers, Dublin.
-, 72. - that the Reform Bill, Scotland, may be so altered as not to deprive the East of Fife District of Burghs of their Privilege to return a Member; from the Royal Burhs f Scotland.
-, 73. - for the Diffusion of Knowledge; from the Warwick Political Society.
-, 74. - against that Part of the Reform Bill, Scotland, which deprives the County of Peebles of a Representative; from Noblemen, &c. of the County of Peebles.
-, 75. - that the Burgh of Selkirk may be separated from the District to which it has hitherto been united, and joined in a District with the Burghs of Kelso, Jedburgh and Hawick; from Magistrates and Town Council of Selkirk.
-, 76. - against depriving the County of Selkirk of its ancient Right of returning a Representative of its own, and to be heard by Counsel; from Noblemen, &c. County of Selkirk.
-, 77. - to allow the Return of Representatives for Nairnshire alone, or for Nairn and Cromarty Shires jointly; from the County of Nairn.
-, 78. - respecting Foundlings, Ireland; from Roman Catholic Clergy of Navan.
-, 79. - for Repeal of Easement Bill, Ireland; from Carnew.
-, 80. - for Restoration of the Parliament of Ireland; from Navan; Clogher, &c.; Athy; Castledermott; Syddan; and Rush.
-, 81. - against Plurality of Benefices; from Eastern Part of Berkshire.
-, 82. - for Extension of Elective Franchise; to the Town of Llanerchymedd, in the County of Anglesey; from Tradesmen and Inhabitants of Llanerchymedd. - To the Occupiers of Land; from Hitchin.
-, 83. - for Commutation of Tithes; from Stow, &c.
-, 84. - from Mayor, &c. of Harwich, to be heard in defence of their Rights of Elective Franchise.
-, 85. - for Continuation of their Chartered Rights; from Freemen of Exeter.
-, 86. - of W. Colfox, to reject a Petition against the Reform (England) Bill, purporting to be signed by him.
-, 87. - to continue to return Members to Parliament; from Guildford; and Huntingdon. - Counties of Cromarty and Nairn.
-, 88. - to be included in the Elective Franchise of Carmarthen: from Kidwelly.
-, 89. - from Freemen resident in Deal, that their Elective Franchise may be secured to them for Life.

Pilots Fund, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 5.

Pluralities in the Church; A Bill to prevent, in all Cases where the Annual Value arising from the different Benefices shall collectively exceed a certain Sum, presented by The Lord King; read 1a, and to be printed.-To be read 2a. - Order discharged.

Plurality of Benefices Bill; Vide Benefices.

Polewart, Barony of; Petition of Hugh Scott, Esquire, to His Majesty, claiming the; presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges. - Petition of Claimant to have the Benefit of the Proceedings on the former Claim, and that a Day may be appointed for hearing his Claim. - Committee to meet. - Order discharged. - The Countess de Grey sworn, at the Table, to give Evidence before the Committee. - Committee to meet. - The last Petition of Claimant read and complied with. - The Evidence taken from Time to Time to be printed. - Put off. - Committee to meet. - Put off. - Petition of Sir W. P. H. Campbell to His Majesty, claiming the said Barony, presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges.

Pollard, George; Petition of, respecting Designs for a Triumphal Arch, &c. at Brighton; Vide Petitions, No 43.

Polloc and Govan Railway Bill; Vide Scotland.

Poltimore; Sir George Warwick Bampfylde, Baronet, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Poor; A Bill to amend the Laws for the Relief of the, presented by The Duke of Richmond; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed and read 3a. - The King's Consent given; Bill read 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Not returned, but another Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and Standing Orders, Nos 26 and 155 to be considered, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and Standing Orders considered and dispensed with, and Bill committed instanter; reported, read 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - in Ireland, Petition respecting the distressed State of; Vide Petitions, No 63.
-, - Laws, Message for Report respecting; Vide Message, No 5.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 16.
-, - Overseers of the, Bill; Vide Overseers.

Population, Address for Account respecting; Vide Address, No 10.

Portugal, Manufactures exported to; Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 21.
-, - Papers relative to the Affairs of; delivered (by Command).
-, - Preparations at Terceira for Invasion of; Motion for Papers respecting; Vide Motion, No 2.
-, - Trade with; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 49.

Preece, W. Esquire, and Others; Petition of, to present a Bill similar to that of last Session, presented and referred to a Committee, and all Lords added. - Report made, that no Alteration has taken place in the Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former Bill; and Petition complied with. - Bill presented and read 1a. - 2a, and committed.- Reported, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Prescription; A Bill for shortening the Time of, in certain Cases, presented by The Lord Tenterden; read 1a, and to be printed.-To be read 2a, and Lords summoned.- 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Went through Committee with Amendments, and the King's Consent given. - Amendments reported, an Amendment made, and Bill to be printed as amended. - Amendments to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Two Petitions of Owners and Occupiers of Land in Lakenheath in favor. - Consideration of Amendments put off, and Lords summoned. - Amendments considered and agreed to, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.

Prisoners in Execution for Debt, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 23.

Privileges, Committee for; Vide Committee, No 1.

Protest; Vide Dissent.

Public Accounts, Commissioners of, Ireland, Bill; - Ireland, Report respecting; - Works, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.
-, - England; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

QUARANTINE FEES, Petition to be relieved from; Vide Petitions, No 59.

Queen's, The, Annuity; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a, and to be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and a Message sent to H.C. by Mr. Baron Bayley and Sir Giffin Wilson, the rest of the Judges being on the Circuit, to acquaint them therewith. - Royal Assent. - Memorandum: The Queen, attended by One of the Ladies of Her Bed Chamber, and Her Maids of Honor, was present, and sat in a Chair placed on a Platform raised for that Purpose between the Archbishops Bench and the Bishops Door, and after the Royal Assent was pronounced, Her Majesty stood up and made Three Curtesies, One to the King, One to the Lords, and One to the Commons.

RAE, Sir W. Baronet v. Lord Dundas et al.; Answers brought in. - Petition of Respondent Lord Dundas to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Petition of Respondents, the Magistrates, &c. of Kirkwall, to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - To be heard. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Put off. - Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Ramie, Charles Francis, Naturalization; Bill presented (on Petition), and read 1a. - Petitioner's taking the Oaths (having taken them in the last Session) and the usual Certificate dispensed with (on Petition); Bill read 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons, ibid. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

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

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

Rectory, Vicarage and Curacy in Ireland, Address for Return of every; Vide Ireland.

Reddie v. Syme; Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Reform Bill, Scotland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 72. 74. to 77.
-, - Bills (England and Scotland); Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 25 to 77.
-, - In Parliament, England; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - Petitions in favor, from North Walsham; and Castle Douglas. - Westminster; Chester; Whitby and Whitby Strand; Leominster; Lanark; Guisbro'; and North Erpingham. - Petitions against, from Mayor, &c. of Quinborowe; Burgesses of Queenborough; and Seaford; Petitions in favor, from Walbrook, London; Incorporation of Weavers, Glasgow; Commissioners of Police, Glasgow; Morpeth; Royston; Perth; and Dublin. - Romsey Infra and Extra. - Barnstaple. - Collumpton; and Bective. - Provost, &c. of Linlithgow; Guildry Council, Linlithgow; Kirkliston; Incorporation of Tailors, Wester Portsburgh; Abingdon; Burgesses, &c. of Stirling; and Incorporated Trades of Stirling. - Magistrates, &c. of Stirling; Incorporation of Guildry of Stirling; Kinross; Edinburgh; Queensferry; Lord Mayor, &c. of London; and Corporation of London. - Great Torrington; Ludlow; Ross; Boston; Banbury, &c.; Redruth; Leverton; and Gosberton. - Dundee; East Linton; Dunbar; St. Monance; Inverkeithing; Maltmen Incorporation, Dundee; Incorporation of Tailors, Dundee; Lochee; Incorporations of Hammermen, Arbroath; of Hammermen, Montrose; of Weavers, Montrose; of Masons, &c. Montrose; and of Tailors, Montrose; Auchterarder; Haddington; Incorporated Trades, Dundee; Incorporations of Wrights, Perth; and of Bakers, Perth; Shepton Mallet; Melton Mowbray; Saltcoats; Newburgh; Barnard Castle; Wrington; Magistrates, &c. Dumfries; Leeds; Kingston upon Hull; St. Saviour, Southwark; Whitchurch; Bideford; Strathaven; Inhabitants of Dumfries; Cockermouth; East Wemyss; Keswick; Kettle; Southampton; Richmond; Leven; Dalkeith; Balfron; Andover; Johnshaven; Whithorn; Taunton; and Portsmouth. - Lambeth; Incorporation of Goldsmiths, Edinburgh; Provost, &c. of Montrose; Chamber of Commerce, Edinburgh; Guildry Incorporation, Cupar; Merchant Guildry, Dunfermline; Incorporations of Glovers, Arbroath; and of Wrights, &c. Edinburgh; Incorporated Trades of Leith; Earls-ferry; Incorporated Trades, Easter and Wester Portsburgh; Clerkenwell; Incorporated Trades, Dumfries: Lichfield; Perth; Provost, &c. of Dundee; Magistrates, &c. Dunfermline; Brechin; Forfar; Incorporations of Bakers, Montrose; of Weavers, Forfar; of Glovers, Forfar; of Tailors, Forfar; of Shoemakers, Forfar; and of Hammermen, Forfar; Arbroath; Incorporations of Wrights, Arbroath; of Shoemakers, Arbroath; of Bakers, Arbroath; of Shoemakers, Montrose; of Wrights, &c. Montrose; and of Bonnet Makers, Dundee; Crail; Fruchie; Dunshalt; Incorporation of Hammermen, Cupar; Kilsyth; Forfarshire; Nottingham; Quadring; Coningsby; Tattershall Linlithgow; Dumbarton; and Lanark, &c. - Lancaster; Tarbolton; Wedlingborough; Northampton; East and West Stockwith; Pilton; Plymouth; Middlesex; Wards of Cripplegate Without, London; and Cripplegate Within; Darlington; Hythe; Fenny Stratford; Ward of Vintry, London; Bridgwater; Epworth; Ferry Port on Craig; Mussleburgh; Guildry Incorporation, Dundee; and Incorporation of Hammermen, Dundee. - Incorporations of Cordiners, Dundee; and of Tailors, Arbroath; Strathmiglo; Dartford and Crayford; Sunderland, &c.; Gateshead; Kinghorn; Falmouth; Irvine; Glasgow; Totnes; Kidderminster Political Union, &c.; Scarborough; and Thurso. - Newington; Paddington; Covent Garden; Incorporation of Glovers, Perth; Liverpool Ciceronian Society; Incorporated Trades, Brechin; Incorporation of Weavers, Arbroath: Head Court, Montrose; Potton; Biggleswade; Merchant Guild, Montrose; Mayor, &c. of Nottingham; Poole; Roseland; and St. Mary le bone - Woolwich. - Bury St. Edmunds; Carlisle; Brampton; Maryport; Wellington; Mayor, &c. of Maidenhead; Newbury, &c.; New Sarum; Bradford; Corsham; Cheverell; Market Lavington; West Lavington; Kingsclere, &c. (Two); Tetney; Covenham; Marsh Chapel; and Saltfleet. - Theddlethorpe St. Helens, &c.; Glasgow; Renfrew; Folkestone; Cranbrook; Swindon; Louth; Leslie; Newport Patriotic Society; Trades Union, Perth; Auchtermuchty Political Union; Crumpton; St. Michael, Bath; Sandwich; Political Union; Tipton; Highworth; Morpeth; Exeter; Colyton; Newton Abbot and Newton Bushel; Ilfracombe; Shute; Worksop; Dartmouth, &c.; Hinckley; Earl Shilton; Dunse; Leslie Political Union; Incorporated Tailors, Edinburgh; Kirkland Works, Wemyss; Barwell; Burbage; Alloa; Alva; Loughborough; Castle Donington; Birmingham; Southwark; Ward of Farringdon Within; Hammersmith; Ludlow; Penzance; and New Bolingbroke. - Gosberton; Pinchbeck; Holland Fen; Barrow upon Soar; Preston; Kirkintilloch; Cumbernauld; Horbury; Fintry; Kendal; Lewes; Glastonbury; Wadsworth; Beith; Forres; Kettering; Harrington; Fulstow; Kemback; Buchlyvie; Aberdeen; Killearn; Kelso; Fortrose and Rosemarkie; Havant; Henley upon Thames; Pateley Bridge; Crowland; Christchurch; Ward of Bridge, London; Incorporated Trades, Canongate; Paisley; Barbers, Edinburgh; Incorporation of Bakers, Glasgow; Commissioners of Police, Paisley; Incorporation of Tailors, Canongate; Leith Speculative Society; Incorporations of Waulkers, Edinburgh; of Bakers, Leith; of Hammermen, Canongate; and of Bonnet Makers, &c. Edinburgh; Devonport and Stoke Damerel; Bilston Political Union; and Chatham. - North Shields and Tynemouth; Mansfield; Sutton-in-Ashfield; Dovor; Lyme Regis; Ely; Bishop Auckland; Fareham; Newcastle-upon-Tyne; Deal and Walmer; Donington; Wyberton; St. Luke's, Middlesex; Weymouth; Hereford; Northallerton; Newport; Mayor, &c. of Bedford; Northern Political Union; Glasgow; Ayr, &c.; Cupar; Biggar; Coldstream; East Kilbride; Kirkcudbright; Wigtown; Maxwelltown; Greenock; Royal Burghs, Scotland; Lord Provost, &c. Glasgow; Magistrates, &c. Hawick; Pittenweem; Banff; Merchant Companies of Ayr; of Leith; and of Edinburgh; Merchants House, Glasgow; Trinity House, Leith; Incorporations of Maltmen, Leith; of Tailors, Cupar; of Hammermen, Perth; and of Tailors, Potterrow. - Incorporation of Fleshers, Cupar; Glasgow Reform Association; Four Incorporations, Leith; Counties of Cornwall; of Montgomery; and of Kent; South Shields; Bervie; East Retford; Blyth; Ashton under Lyne; Rochdale; Berwick upon Tweed; Blackburn; Brewton; Thorne; Todmorden; Alnwick; Abergavenny; Tavistock; Halifax; St. Margaret and St. John, Westminster; Merchants, &c. London; Stanton; Bedlington; County of Durham; Staindrop; St. Mary-le-Strand; and Reading. - Wilton; Malmesbury; Warminster; Wingham; Tring; New Milns; Newark upon Trent; Moneythusloyne and Bedwelty; Brodesley and Madeley; Bilston; Royton; Political Union, Walsall; National Union (Kensington, &c. Branch); and Crediton. - Moretonhampstead; Wiveliscombe; Devon; Sheffield; Brighton; Bristol; Denbigh; Ward of Cheap, London; Belfast; Stockport; Tiverton; Rye; and Shoreditch. - Newton Stewart; Peebles; Marsden; Pontefract; Sligo; Pembrokeshire; Islington; Newton and Failsworth; Wakefield; Incorporation of Bakers, Easter and Wester Portsburgh; Manchester; Pendleton; and Mildenhall. - Portland; Ward of Broad Street, London; Portsmouth; Kilwinning; Elgin; Irvine; St. Andrews; Mayor, &c. of Durham; Hexham; Woburn; Greenock; and Kilbirnie. - Petitions against, from Bridgwater; Norwich; and Weymouth. - Order of the Day for the Lords to be summoned, read; moved, that the Bill be now read a Second Time; which being objected to, it was moved to leave out ("now") and insert ("this Day Six Months"); after long Debate, the further Debate was adjourned, and the Lords summoned, ibid. - Petitions in favor, from Aberdeen; Kirkcaldy; Provost, &c. of Kirkcaldy; Markinch; Blackford, &c.; Farmers in County of Haddington; Abernethy; Alyth; Society of Procurators, Perthshire; Lochwinnoch; Broughty Ferry; Political Union, Fruchie; and Stonehaven. - Laurencekirk; Incorporated Trades, Aberdeen; Easter Anstiuther; Masons, &c. Dundee; Bathwick; Carnwath; Kirriemuir; Ceres; Magistrates, &c. of Burntisland; Hawick; County of Derby; Inhabitants of Derby; Brampton and Walton; Great Driffield; Wolverhampton; Newcastle under Lyme; Longton and Lane End; Stoke upon Trent and Penkhull; Provost, &c. of Dingwall; Heritors, &c. of Dingwall; Wick and Pulteneytown; Crowle; Sibsey; Wainfleet; Burgh; St. Peter and St. Paul, Bath; St. James, Bath; Bridport; Godalming; Ilminster; Appledore and Northam; and Howden. - Mossley; Worcester Political Union; Incorporated Trades, Hawick; Dalry; Leven; Renfrew; Kingswinford Political Union; Donington; Binbrook; North Cotes; Waltham; Freemasons, Cupar; Working Classes, Edinburgh; National Reform Association, Bloomsbury; Bow; M. M'Kenna; Liverpool; Toxteth Park; Quorndon; Hertfordshire; Wisbech; Weaver Incorporation, Perth; Hertford; Salford; Leighton Buzzard; Castle Carey; Witney; Honiton; J. Wright; Mayor, &c. of Gloucester; Wotton-Underedge; Tewkesbury; Dursley; Berkeley; St. Ives; Battle; Ashburton; Halesworth; Chichester; King's Lynn; Daventry; Higham Ferrers; Braunston; Thurles; Bury; and Lyme Regis. - Launceston; Chepping Wycombe; Colnbrook; Sutton St. Mary; Rochford; St. Giles, and St. George, Bloomsbury; Wapping; Buckland next Dovor; Inverary; Old Cumnock; Old Kilpatrick; Stanley; Provost, &c. of Pollokshaws; Incorporations of Tailors, Glasgow; and Cordiners, Glasgow; Commissioners of Police, Glasgow; Trades Union, Airdrie; Norham and Island Shires; Monmouth; Birmingham; Limehouse; Ward of Aldgate; Wigan; Hastings; Whitehaven; Thirsk; St. Botolph Without, Aldgate; Doncaster; Cardiff; Bridgnorth; Hounslow; Prestonpans; Stansfield; Annan; Friskney; Lime Kilns on the Banks of the Forth; Kirton; Dollar; Elie; Helpringham; Maybole; and Clithero . - Kincardine and Tulliallan; Kilconquhar; Gatehouse of Fleet; Heptonstall; Mile End Old Town; Ruthin; Bungay; St. George, Middlesex; Trades House, Glasgow; Great Yarmouth; Largs; Leith; Trades, Edinburgh; Dunfermline; Incorporation of Weavers, Selkirk; Langholm; Denny; Portobello; Guildry Incorporation, Inverkeithing; Tadcaster; Warrington; Leigh; Trowbridge; Chippenham; Melksham; Frome; Walcot; Weston; Swansea; Lymington; Rugby; Wrangle; Leake; Devizes; Gosport and Alverstoke; Evercreech; New Ross; Gorey; Cheltenham; Wickwar; Falkirk; Hamilton; and Kirkfieldbank. - Gravesend and Milton; Neath; Upton upon Severn; Evesham; Worcester; St. Pancras, Middlesex; Kingsclere, &c.; Ward of Coleman Street, London; Edinburgh Political Union; Woodbridge; Coventry; St. Martin in the Fields; Northwich; Shaftesbury; Lymm; Denton and Haughton; Oswestry; Congleton; Nantwich; Holywell; Limerick; Magistrates, &c. of Falkland; Loughrea; Dysart; Melrose; Jedburgh; Bakewell; Wirksworth; Belper; Duffield; Heanor; Alfreton; Codnor Park and Riddings; Ripley; and Horsley, &c. - Holbrook; Swanwick; Little Eaton; Crich; Shottle; Pentrich; Denby and Loscoe; South Wingfield; Heage; Turnditch; Lea; Youlgreave; Otley; Maidstone; Coventry Political Union; Gainsborough; Surrey; St. Andrew, Holborn; Arnold; Hipperholme cum Brighouse; Carpenters, &c. Manchester; and Clerkenwell Parochial Reform Union. - Nottingham Political Union; Bannockburn Political Union; Warwick Political Society; Alton; Warblington and Emsworth; Political Union, Dunfermline; Political Society, Tiverton; Innerkip; Perriton and Bratton; Yeovil; Stevenston; Kilmacolm; Bromsgrove Political Union, & c; and Kilbarchan. - Great and Little Boltons; St. Alban; Sudbury; Blandford; Leicester; Langfield; Gloucestershire; Leonard Stanley; Woodchester; King Stanley; Painswick; Stonehouse; Bisley; Stroud; Minchinhampton; Nailsworth; J. Smith; Symington; Incorporation of Hammermen, Edinburgh; and Cork. - Killarney; Ballymena; Dublin Trades Political Union; Stanhope; Dewsbury; Lees; Ayr, &c. Friendly Society; Ayr Phænix Friendly Society; Poplar; Third Ward, Glasgow; St. Paul, Covent Garden; Truro; Towcester; and York. - Thetford; Wymondham; Lyncombe and Widcombe; Norwich; Bathgate; Selkirk; Kilmarnock; Wiltshire; East Stonehouse; Hackney; Gloucester; Bothwell; and Ramsgate. - Canterbury; Cowbridge; Whitechapel; Oldham; Christ Church, Surrey; Bread Street Ward; Hyde; Southmolton, Oakhampton; County of Kildare; Gainsburgh, &c.; and Cashel.- Petitions against, from Derby; Berkshire; Hertford; Woodnesborough, &c.; Preston; Canterbury; J. Oliver; Sandwich; Non-resident Freemen of Dover; Lincoln; and Ramsgate. - Sussex; Bridport; Corporation of Tailors, Dublin; Arva; Ballymena; Freeholders, Portland; Dovor; Deal; Walmer; Cambridge; Leeds; Wakefield; Doncaster; Horsepath and Shotover; Newport; Merchants Guild, Dublin; and Nottingham. - New Romney; Northampton; Leicester; and Tewkesbury. - Debate on Second Reading resumed, and, after long Debate, further adjourned. - Petitions in favor, from Ward of Castle Baynard, London; Order of Odd Fellows, Nottingham; Market Harborough; Harwich; Greenwich; Hanley and Shelton; and Sandall Magna . - Portmak; Eastwood, &c.; Marlborough; Ardnaree; Grange Gorman; Ipswich; Tippermuir; Crieff; Comrie; High Constables, Perth; Dudley; Monmouth; Cambridge; Butterworth; Clonakilty; Freemen of Maldon resident in London; and Bicester Market End. - Petition of The Mayor, &c. of Launceston, to be heard in defence of their Chartered Rights, ibid. - Petitions against, from Bradford; and Isle of Thanet . - Petitions in favor, from Desborough and Burnham; Tipton; Holbeach; Gedney; Rastrick; Tintry; Winchester; Airdrie; Ward of Cordwainers, London; Wednesbury; Incorporated Trades, Ayr; Magistrates, &c. Culross; Flint; Chelsea; Bond Street; Fleet; Sulton St. James; Whaplode; Kensington and Brompton; Isle of Wight; Chard; West Ham; and Political Union, Leamington, ibid. - Darlaston; Magistrates, &c. of Ayr; and Ward of Aldgate. - Petitions against, from Worcester; Minehead; Ipswich; and Merchants, &c. of London, ibid. - Debate on Second Reading resumed, and, after long Debate, further adjourned. - Petitions in favor, from Incorporation of Weavers, Cupar; Auchtermuchty; Giggleswick; Invergordon; and Skreen and Rathfigh. - Kildalkey; Buglawton; Tipperary; Campbeltown; Traders in High Street, St. Giles; Selby; Deddington; Dunkeld; Saint Clement Danes; Ansty; Chorley; Huddersfield; Rothsay; Elland-cum-Greetland; Berkshire; Staffordshire Potteries; Dunblane; Havering-atte-Bower; Out-dwellers, Dover; Keith; Haddington; Glendale Ward; Staines; and Seven Oaks . - Johnstone; Heckmondwike; Ward of Bishopsgate; Camberwell; and Chesham and Amersham. - Petitions against, from Baldock and Hitchin; and Belfast. - Debate on Second Reading resumed, and, after long Debate, further adjourned. - Petitions in favor, from Malton; Maidenhead; Weem; Killin; Kenmore; Fortingal; Dull; Ballquhidder; Huntingdon; Eaglesham; Procurators, Glasgow; Bolingbroke; Ledbury; and Hungerford. - Dukinfield; Graig, &c.; Beeralstone; and Beccles. - Petitions against, from Fordwich; and Beverley, ibid. - Order of Day read for resuming the adjourned Debate on Second Reading; on Motion, Lord Wynford allowed to address the House sitting on account of Infirmity; Debate resumed; after long Debate the Question was put, whether the Word ("now") shall stand part of the Motion? it was Resolved in the Negative; Dissentient entered, and the Second Reading put off for Six Months. - The Time for signing the Dissentient extended. - Petitions in favor, Thurnham and Debtling; Batley; Fishguard; Beverley; and Masham. - Stockton upon Tees; New Shoreham; Horsham; Haslingden; Clonoulty and Rossmore; and Sileby. - Petition against, Kingsbridge, ibid. - Petitions in favor, from Mirfield; Wellington; Nuneaton; Bradford; and Lye in the Waste. - Petersfield; Lowestoft; and Peterhead. - Kinsale; Great Wigston; Inverness; and Deptford. - Lincoln; Havant; Stromness; Easter Ross; Aldborough, &c.; and Sarisbury and Swanwick. - Shefford; Stickney; Flesher Incorporation of Perth; Tain; Dronfield; Dalmellington; Steeple Aston; Knaresborough; Peterhead; and Chapelenerith. - Petitions against, from Corporations of Sadlers, &c. Dublin; and Barbers, &c. Dublin, ibid.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 3. 12. 15. 18. 32. 33. 40. 72. 74. 75. 76. 77. 82. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89.

Reid v. Lyon and Fisher; Hearing appointed ex-parte. -Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Representative Peers for Scotland, Election of; Petition respecting a Proceeding at; Vide Petitions, No 45.

Rhodes v. De Beauvoir; Petition of Appellant to lodge a Supplemental Appendix to his Case, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition not complied with.

Richmond Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 7.

Rivers, George Baron, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Father.

Robb v. Forrest; To be heard.-Appellant's Counsel heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Robertson v. Harford, Brothers and Co. and Christie; Hearing appointed. - To be heard. - Heard.

Robinson v. Alexander; Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Roll of the Lords, laid on the Table, and to be printed.

Roscommon, Road from, to Lanesborough; Address for Account respecting; Vide Address, No 5.

Rossie; George William Fox Lord Kinnaird of Scotland, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

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

Rothesay Harbours And Gaol Bill; Vide Scotland.

Rowe v. The King; Writ of Error; To be heard, and the Judges to attend; and it appearing that the Plaintiff did in the last Session petition, stating that he was in the Gaol of Newgate in Dublin, and praying that the Keeper thereof might be ordered to bring him to the Bar on the Hearing, and that he might then be permitted to argue his Case in Person; ordered, that on the Plaintiff's lodging in the Hands of the said Keeper a Sum sufficient to bring him over, keep him here, and replace him in the said Gaol, the said Keeper do bring him to the Bar, and that he be bound to argue his Case in Person. - Hearing put off, and the Judges to attend. -Petition of Defendant's Agent to postpone the Hearing. - Hearing put off sine Die.

Roxburghe, The Duke of, et al. v. Kerr; Appeal presented, and Richardson to enter into Recognizance.

Royal Military Canal, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 6.

Rutherglen Railway Bill; Vide Scotland.

SAMWELL'S NAME Bill; Vide Watson.

Sandwich Elections, Petition respecting voting at; Vide Petitions, No 62.

Sark River and Church of Eskdale Muir, Dumfries; Line of Road between; Motion for a Copy of a Survey of, and Report respecting; Vide Motion, No 4.

SCOTLAND.
-, - Assessed Taxes; Copies of Appeal Cases stated and signed by Commissioners of, with the Opinions of the Barons of the Exchequer thereon; delivered.
-, - Caledonian Canal; 27th Report of the Commissioners of; delivered.
-, - Certificate of the Sixteen Peers for; delivered.
-, - Churches in the Highlands and Islands of; Sixth Report of the Commissioners for building; delivered, and to be printed.
-, - Compensation to Macers of the Court of Session; Copy of Warrant granting; delivered.
-, - Court of Exchequer; A Bill for making Provision for the Dispatch of Business now done by the, presented by The Lord Chancellor; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee, with Amendments,. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.
-, - Causes in; Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, No 83.
-, - Deputy Lieutenants; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be read 2a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed, ibid. - Royal Assent.
-, - Dundee Municipal Government; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed.- Reported. -3a, and passed.- Royal Assent.
-, - Edinburgh Improvement; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Forfar Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - The Viscount Duncan sworn, at the Table, to give Evidence before the Committee. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Glasgow Improvement; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Gorbals Statute Labour; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Highland Society; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Kinross-shire Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Law of Divorce; A Bill to remedy the Evils arising from conflicting Decisions of the Courts of Law in England and Scotland on the Subject of Divorces a Vinculo Matrimonii granted by 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.
-, - Leven Drainage; 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; Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondent to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with - To be heard. - Put off. - Heard, and Interlocutors Reversed, with a Declaration.
-, - Peerage of; Copy of the Union Roll of the, and a List of all those Peers who have voted at all General Elections since, distinguishing each Election; ordered. - Laid on the Table, and to be printed.
-, - Pensions out of Civil List of; Account of; Vide Accounts, No 3.
-, - Polloc and Govan Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a - 2a, and committed. - Reported specially. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Reform Bill; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 72. 74. to 77.
-, - Representative Peers for; Election of; Petition of The Earl of Mar respecting a Proceeding at; Vide Petitions, No 45.
-, - Rothesay Harbours and Gaol; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed.- The Marquess of Bute sworn, at the Table, to give Evidence before the Committee. - Reported with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Rutherglen Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Sark River and the Church of Eskdale Muir; Line of Road between; Motion for Copy of Survey of, and Report respecting; Vide Motion, No 4.
-, - Stirlingshire Roads; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported.- 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Turnpike Roads; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a. - 2a, and referred to a Select Committee; to appoint their own Chairman. (Vide Committee, No 9.) - Bill reported with Amendments, and to be printed. - Committed to Committee of the Whole House. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported and agreed to. - To be read 3a. - Put off. - 3a, further Amendments made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Union Roll of Peerage; Vide Peerage, Scotland.
-, - Universities; Address respecting; Vide Address, No 3. - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 40.
-, - Writers to the Signet Widows Fund; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Scott v. Allnutt and Mackenzie; Petition to revive Appeal on Part of Appellant, and for Time to lodge a Supplemental Case, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - To be heard.- Heard in Part, ibid. - Put off. - Fully heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.
-, - v. Yuille; To be heard. - Heard, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Sefton, Earl of; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.
-, - William Philip Earl of Sefton of Ireland, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Segrave; William Fitzhardinge Berkeley, Esquire, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

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

Simson and Parrott v. Jones and Innes; Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Hearing appointed. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Sinclair, Lord; Petition of, to present a Bill similar to that in last Session, presented and referred to a Committee, and all Lords added. - Report made, that no Alteration has taken place in the Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former Bill, and Petition complied with. - Bill presented and read 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.

Slane Claim of Peerage; Vide Ireland.

Slave Trade; Papers relative to the, delivered (by Command).

Slavery; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 2. 65.

Small Debts; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 25.

Smithfield Market; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 61.

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

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

Speaker; Earl of Shaftesbury chosen, pro tempore. - Appointed in the Absence of The Lord Chancellor and Lord Tenterden. - Sat as Speaker.
-, - Lord Lyndhurst chosen, pro tempore.
-, - Lord Tenterden sat as. - Re-appointed in the Absence of The Lord Chancellor. - Sat as Speaker.
-, - Lord Wynford sat as. - Appointed in the Absence of The Lord Chancellor, Lord Tenterden and The Earl of Shaftesbury. -Sat as Speaker .
-, - Vide Commons.

Special Constables; A Bill for amending the Law relative to the Appointment of, presented by The Lord Melbourne; read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Put off. - Amendments reported and agreed to, other Amendments made, and Bill to be ingrossed and read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to, with Amendments. - Amendments considered and agreed to, ibid. - Royal Assent.

Speech, The King's, on opening the Parliament.-Reported, ibid. (Vide Address, No 1.) - On proroguing the Parliament.

Spirit Licences, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 10.

Spring Guns; A Bill to permit the setting of, and Man Traps, in certain Cases, presented by The Lord Melbourne; read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee with Amendments.-Amendments reported and agreed to, further Amendments made, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.

Staines Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 8.

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

Stamford Poor Rates, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 34.

St. Andrews; Account of Degrees taken in University of, from 1800 to 1830; Address for; Vide Address, No 3.

Stanhope; Earl of, and others; Petition of, for a Bill, presented and referred to Judges.-Judges Report read, and Bill 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Put off. - Reported specially with Amendments; a Clause added, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Steam (General) Navigation Company; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and referred to a Select Committee under the Standing Order No 198, relative to Bills for regulating Trade. (Vide Committee, No 5.) - Order referring the Bill to the Committee discharged, and referred to a Select Committee under Standing Order No 210, relative to Joint Stock Companies. (Vide Committee, No 6.) - Report made, and Standing Order No 210 to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Considered and dispensed with, and Bill read 2a, and committed. - Reported with Amendments. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Vessels, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 57.

Stewart, Sir M. P. S. v. Porterfield; To be heard. - Heard, ibid. -Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Stirling, Sir S. and Pearson v. Kelly et al. et e contra To be heard.-Heard. - Considered, and Interlocutors Affirmed.

Stirlingshire Roads Bill; Vide Scotland.

Stoppages in the Streets, Order to prevent, renewed.

Strathmore, Earl of, et Ux. v. Ewing; Respondent peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed exparte.

Streets, Order to prevent Stoppages in the, renewed.

Sub-letting Act, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 9.
-, - Repeal Bill; Vide Ireland.

Suits in Common Law Courts; A Bill to diminish the Expence and prevent the Delay of, at Westminster, presented by The Lord Wynford; read 1a, and to be printed. - 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Reported, to be ingrossed, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.

Sunday Traffic, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 64.

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

Surman's Name Bill; Vide Goodlake.

Surplus Ways and Means; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be read 3a. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.

Tanjore Commissioners, Seventh Report of; delivered.

Taxation, Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 1.

Taylor v. Sir W. C. Fairlie et al.; Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant to revive Appeal and lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed, ibid.

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

Templemore; Lieutenant Colonel Arthur Chichester, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Terceira, Papers respecting Proceedings at; Motion respecting; Vide Motion, No 2.

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

Thornhill et al v. Hall; Appeal presented. - Answer brought in. - Hearing appointed.

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

Tithes; A Bill for encouraging and facilitating Compositions for, and other Payments arising and payable to Incumbents of Ecclesiastical Benefices in England and Wales, presented by The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury; read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - 2a (after Debate), and committed, and Lords summoned. - House in Committee, and to be again in Committee, and Lords summoned. - Petition of J. Hantler for Alterations in. - Committee put off, and Lords summoned. - Order discharged. - House in Committee (on Motion), Amendments made, and Bill, as amended, to be printed. - Report of Amendments to be received, and Lords summoned. - Amendments reported and agreed to, further Amendments made, and Bill to be ingrossed. - To be read 3a, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Petition from Clones to extend the Provisions of the Bill to them.
-, - A Bill for the Commutation of, in England and Wales, presented by The Lord Dacre, read 1a, and to be printed.- To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Moved, to be now read 2a; objected to; an Amendment moved, to leave out ("now") and insert ("this Day Six Months"); after Debate the Bill was (by Leave) withdrawn.
-, - Composition for, Ireland; Address for Return respecting; Vide Address, No 4.
-, - on Barren Land; A Bill for amending an Act of the Second and Third of Edward the Sixth, for Payment of, presented by The Lord Wynford; read 1a, and to be printed.- To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported, Bill to be ingrossed and read 3a. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons.
-, - Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 5. 6. 24. 66. 70. 83.

Tobacco Growth Prohibition, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

Tower Hamlets Small Debts; Bill brought from H.C.

Trimlestown, Lord; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.
-, - v. Lloyd et al.; The Papers delivered in in this Cause from the Office of the Registrar of the Court of Prerogative in Dublin, to be returned.

Trinity College, Dublin, Elective Franchise; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 12.

Triumphal Arch, &c. at Brighton; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 43.

Trower's Divorce Bill; Second Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court dispensed with, on Petition (a Copy having been delivered in the last Session); Bill presented (on Petition), read 1a, and to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and the usual Orders made. - The former Evidence to be received, the Attendance of Mr. Trower dispensed with, and Time for Second Reading shortened (on Petition); Bill to be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Evidence taken last Session read. - Bill 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee with an Amendment. - Amendment reported, and Bill to be ingrossed, ibid. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Tuckfield's Charity; Petition of Trustees of, to present a Bill similar to that of last Session, presented and referred to a Committee, and all Lords added. - Report made, that no Alteration has taken place in the Interest of the Parties since the Proceedings on the former Bill; and Petition complied with. - Bill presented and read 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.

Turnpike Acts Continuance; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.
-, - Roads, Scotland, Bill; Vide Scotland.
-, - Regulation; 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.

Turton's, Mrs. Divorce Bill; A Second Copy of the Proceedings in the Ecclesiastical Court dispensed with, on Petition (a Copy having been delivered in the last Session); Bill presented (on Petition), read 1a, and to be read 2a, and Lords summoned, and usual Orders made. - Service of the Bill on Mr. Turton's Proctor deemed good; former Evidence to be received, and Time for Second Reading shortened (on Petition); to be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Witnesses to attend. - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, and Consideration put off. - G. H. Brown to attend as a Witness, and the Marshal of the King's Bench Prison to bring Martin Petrie, a Prisoner, to the Bar, as a Witness. - W. Bower to attend as a Witness. - Counsel heard, Witnesses examined, and further Consideration put off, and Lords summoned; and the Evidence to be printed. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Read 2a, and committed. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported, and Bill to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Message from H.C. for the Evidence on, and Evidence delivered (on Motion). - Bill returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Tweddal and Goudie v. Dr. John Barrie Fleming et al; Appeal presented, and Appellant to prosecute Appeal in formâ Pauperis (on Petition). - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and One Month allowed. - Petition of Appellants to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition not complied with.
-, - v. - Appeal presented, and Appellant to prosecute Appeal in formâ Pauperis (on Petition). - Petition of Appellant for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and One Month allowed. - Petition of Appellant to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Answer brought in. - Report made, and Petition not complied with.

ULSTER CANAL Bill; Vide Ireland.

Union Between Great Britain and Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 11. 27.
-, - of Parishes, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

Universities, Scotland; Address respecting; Vide Address, No 3.

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

Valuation of Lands, Ireland, Bill; Vide Ireland.

Vaughan v. Gronow; Appeal presented, and Ellis to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Appellant to restore Appeal and lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.
-, - Sir R. W. v. Lady C. S. B. Hamilton et al.; Appeal presented. - Currie to enter into Recognizance. - Respondents peremptorily to answer. - Hearing appointed ex-parte. - Answer brought in. - Petition of Respondents to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with.

Vestries; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - Petition of the Vicar, &c. of St. Pancras, Middlesex, to be heard by Counsel against. - Bill read 2a, and referred to a Select Committee, ibid. (Vide Committee, No 13.) - The above Petition referred to the Committee, with Leave to be heard by Counsel. - Petition of the Rate Payers of St. Pancras in favor, presented and referred to Committee, ibid. - Petitions of Vestrymen of St. Marylebone, and Vestrymen, &c. of St. James' Westminster, against, presented and referred to Committee, with Leave to the last-mentioned to be heard by Counsel. - Petition of Henry Jackson of Marylebone, to be heard in favor, presented and referred to Committee, with Leave. - Petition of Inhabitant Householders of St. Giles in the Fields and St. George, Bloomsbury, in favor. - Petition of Rate Payers of St. Pancras, and T. Potter, Rate Payer of St. Marylebone, in favor, presented and referred to Committee. - Standing Orders Nos 26 and 155 to be considered, and Lords summoned. - Bill reported from the Select Committee with Amendments; Standing Orders considered and dispensed with; went through Committee with Amendments and re-committed; and to be printed with the Amendments. - Went through Committee with Amendments. - Amendments reported and agreed to; further Amendments made; and Bill to be read 3a, and Lords summoned. - 3a, further Amendments made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendments agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Vestry Act, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 9. 48.

Victoria; The Princess Alexandrina; Message from The King for Provision for; Vide Message, No 1.; Address, No 7.

WAGES; A Bill to prohibit, in certain Trades and in certain Parts of Great Britain, the Payment of, in Goods, or otherwise than in the current Coin of the Realm, presented by The Lord Wharncliffe; 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, and Bill, as amended, to be printed. - Amendments reported, (on Motion) agreed to, and Bill to be ingrossed and read 3a, and Lords summoned. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to, with Amendments. - Amendments considered and agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, -; A Bill to repeal several Acts and Parts of Acts prohibiting the Payment of, in Goods, or otherwise than in the current Coin of the Realm, presented by The Lord Wharncliffe; 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. - Reported, and to be ingrossed. - To be read 3a, and Lords summoned. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.
-, - Payment of, in Goods; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, No 17.

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

Walker, Sir P. v. Craig; Appeal presented, and Richardson to enter into Recognizance.

Walsingham, Thomas Lord, sat first in Parliament after the Death of his Brother.

Warrington and Newton Railway; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed; and Petition against, presented and referred to Committee, with Liberty to be heard by Counsel, also Counsel for the Bill; all Lords added, and Committee to appoint their own Chairman. - Two Petitions against, presented and referred to Committee, with Leave to be heard by Counsel; and a Witness to attend and produce certain Documents. - S. Massey to attend as a Witness. - Evidence taken before the Committee to be printed. - Two Petitions against, presented and referred to Committee, with Leave to be heard by Counsel. - Four Petitions in favor, presented and referred to Committee, ibid. - Petition in favor, and a Petition of Shareholder and Directors of the Company, that the Committee may be instructed to proceed in the Consideration of the Clauses, and to report, presented, and to be considered. - Put off. - Petition to be considered. - Put off, and Lords summoned. - Two Petitions presented to reject the Petition that the Committee may report. - Moved, that the Committee be revived, and directed to report; objected to, and Motion (by Leave) withdrawn, ibid.

Waterford, Earl of Shrewsbury and; Petition of, claiming to vote at Elections of Peers for Ireland; Vide Ireland.
-, - Petition of John Earl of Shrewsbury to His Majesty, claiming the Earldom of; presented (by Command) and referred to Committee for Privileges.

Waterloo Bridge New Street; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, an Amendment made, Bill passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned, Amendment agreed to. - Royal Assent.

Watson, Wenman Langham, Esquire; A Bill to enable, to take the Name of Samwell, presented (on Petition) and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported, and to be ingrossed. - 3a, and passed, and sent to the Commons. - Returned agreed to. - Royal Assent.

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

Wenlock; Sir Robert Lawley, Baronet, being created Baron, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.

Went (Norton, &c.) Drainage; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - The King's Consent given, and Bill reported. - 3a, and passed.- Royal Assent.

Western Islands; Copies of Dispatches from His Majesty's Consul at the Azores, and of Representations of British Residents, complaining of Outrages; also, respecting any Expedition fitted out at Terceira, in British Vessels, against the neighbouring Islands, and the Capture of such Islands; and also, any Information received by Government of Preparations at Terceira to transport a Military Force in British Vessels for the Invasion of Portugal; Motion for Address for; Vide Motion, No 2.

West India Colonies, Address for Papers respecting; Vide Address, No 2.
-, - Statements, Calculations and Explanations submitted to the Board of Trade, relative to the State of the, since 19th May 1830, delivered the 15th of April last, to be printed.
-, - Docks; 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.
-, - Property, Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 35. 65.

Westmeath, The Marquess of, v. The Marquess of Salisbury et al.; To be considered. - Considered, and Cause remitted with a Declaration.

Westminster; Robert Earl Grosvenor being created Marquess of, was (in the usual Manner) introduced.
-, - Bridge, Account respecting; Vide Accounts, No 11.

Whiteboy Offences Bill; Vide Ireland.

Whittet, or Greig, and another, v. Johnston et al.; Appeal presented.- Richardson to enter into Recognizance. - Answer brought in.

Wilson v. Lord Kensington, and Meredith; Petition of Appellant to restore Appeal, and for Time to lodge Cases, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Petition complied with. - Hearing appointed. - Petition of Lord Kensington to advance Appeal, presented and referred to Appeal Committee. - Report made, and Appeal to be heard. - To be heard. - Put off. - Heard in Part. - Fully heard, and Decree Affirmed.

Wine and Wine Duties, Accounts respecting; Vide Accounts, Nos 17. 18.
-, - Duties; Bill brought from H.C. read 1a, and to be printed. - To be read 2a, and Lords summoned. - 2a, and committed, and Lords summoned. - Reported, and to be read 3a, and Lords summoned. - On Motion to be now read 3a, objected to; after Debate, Debate adjourned during Pleasure. - Debate resumed, and (on Question) Bill read 3a, and passed, ibid. - Leave given to enter a Protest. - Dissentient, with Reasons, entered. - Royal Assent.
-, - Imported into Ireland, Duties on; Petition respecting; Vide Petitions, No 22.

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

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

Woods and Forests, Eighth Report of the Commissioners of; delivered, and to be printed.

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

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

Worcester County Hall, &c.; 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.

Writers to the Signet Widows Fund Bill; Vide Scotland.

Yeomanry Corps, Ireland; Petitions respecting; Vide Petitions, Nos 51. 52.

Yorkshire Fire and Life Insurance Company; Bill brought from H.C. and read 1a. - 2a, and committed. - Reported. - 3a, and passed. - Royal Assent.