HC Deb 23 February 1846 vol 83 c1389

wished to know whether there was any truth in a communication he had received from the Isle of Jersey to the effect that one of the Jurats in the Royal Court of that island had publicly cast imputations upon certain officers in Her Majesty's army.


replied that an official representation had been made to him respecting a judgment which had been pronounced by one of the Jurats in that island in his judicial capacity, in consequence of which he (Sir J. Graham) had felt it to be his duty to require the Governor of that island to demand from the Jurat in question an explanation of the language attributed.

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