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HOUSE OF LORDS.âThursday, June 20. The o.rÅ f!f Richmond, gave notice, that when the considers1 t- of the High Sheriffs' Expenses Bill was brought forward, he sRould move that be read a second time that day six months. The Earl of Winchtlsea gave notice, that he should to-morrow present a petition with 3000 signatures, for the repeal of the Roman Catbolic Relief Bill. in Denman>th« Rules of Proceedings in Borough Courts Bill was read a third time and passed. On the motion that the Windsor Castle Stables Bill be read the second tune, Lord. Duncannnn (in answer to Lord Ashbur- ton s inquiry) said that it proceeded, as regarded the woods and forests, on a principle that had been observed for the last twenty years.âTht Earl of Ripan inquired whether it would b. requisite to sell any of the crown lands to carry into effect this bill.âLord Dwwtmnon answered in the negative. The commissioners possessed sufficient means without resorting to ftuch a mode.âBill read the second time. The Jamaica Bill having been brought from the Commons, and read the first time, Lord Lyndhurst gave notice that he would present a petition fro;n Mr. Burge, praying that he might be heard at the bar apiinst the bill. After some conversation the second reading; was fixed for Friday next. Their Lordships the* adjourned. Friday, June 21. Lord Lyndhurst presented a petition from Mr. Burge, for per.otaioft to be heard at the bar against the Jamaica Enact. TAeDtI Bill; and Lord Brougham presented a petition from mer- chants, planters, &c., praying to be heard by counsel against the same bill. J At the suggestion of Lord Etienborough, Lord Brougham postponed his Edncation Bill from Monday till Monday se'n- 3k. The Bills of Exchange Usury Bill was read a second time ,nktlâ¢a',on,Jby the Duke of Wellington that he would', when the bIll should be in committee, propose to limit the ope- ration of the measure to January 1842 or 1843. The Windsor Stables Bill, after some conversation, was read the second time. The Earl of Winchelsea presented a petition for the repeal of the Roman Catholic Relief Act, and addressed their lordships .t considerable length in support of its prayer.âLord Brougham and the .Ear/ of Wicklow declared for themselves that they did 8,1 'heir support of the bill of 1829, and that, with all the knowledge they have since acquired, they would repeat thataupport, could the occasion be again restored. The Common Pleas Regulation Bill was read the second time, and the remaining orders and business being disposed of, their lordship* adjourned till Monday.