HC Deb 11 February 1853 vol 124 c40

wished to know whether the attention of the Government had been drawn to a statement made by Mr. Everett, expressive of the sympathy of the United States with the Madiai, and also stating that a vessel should be provided to convey them to that country. If the noble Lord was in possession of such a document, he wished to know whether it would be laid on the table, together with any papers or extracts of correspondence relating to the case of the Madiai.


was unable to answer the first question without referring to the documents in the Foreign Office; but had no objection to lay on the table the extracts of correspondence referred to by the hon. Member.

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