said, he would beg to ask Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether the International Inquiry as to the Drawback on exportation of Refined Sugar is completed, and when it is probable that the Report will be laid upon the table?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
said, he could assure his hon. Friend that the Government would lose no time, as far as it depended upon them, in making the House partakers in any information which might be received as to the drawback on the exportation of refined sugar. As to the International Inquiry, he understood the Report was virtually completed. It had not yet been placed in his hands, but he believed it would reach him in the course of a few days.