HC Deb 14 April 1856 vol 141 c999

said, he would beg to ask the Chief Commissioner of Public Works, in the absence of the Home Secretary, whether, pending any alterations in St. James's Park, the privilege and great convenience of passing through the park in cabs would be conceded to the public?


said, he regretted that his right hon. Friend the Secretary of State for the Home Department (Sir G. Grey) was too unwell to attend the House that evening; but he hoped that, if the House should go into Committee of Supply on Friday, the right hon. Baronet would be enable to explain to the House the intention of Her Majesty's Government with reference to the alterations to be made in St. James's Park.

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