HC Deb 21 June 1842 vol 64 c346
Mr. Hutt

begged to remind the right hon. Baronet at the head of the Government, of the promise which he had given some time since, that he would inform him of the result of the measures which the Government had adopted for the settlement of the Stade duties.

Sir R. Peel

would give all the information in his power on the subject at once. The negotiations on the subject, which had been pending for some time, were not yet concluded. He had, within the last few days, had an interview with the envoy of the Hanoverian Government, who stated that the proposition of the British Government could not be accepted by the Hanoverian government. He was not able to give any further information on the subject.