§ MR. VANSITTART
said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for India, Whether he has received any and what Memorials from those Members of Her Majesty's Covenanted Civil Service who are now in India, praying for the redress of certain grievances; and, if so, whether he has any objection to place the same on the table of the House?
§ SIR CHARLES WOOD
said, that the Indian Department had received one Memorial, and he understood that others were on their way to this country. He did not think it advisable to present simply the one just received, though ultimately there would be no objection to present the whole of them.