HC Deb 05 June 1866 vol 183 c1940

said, he would beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Whether he has obtained any clue to the person who lately forged a communication from himself to The Morning Post; and whether the person who some time back forged a letter from the private Secretary of Lord Clarendon to The Times has been discovered and punished?


, in reply, said, there was reason to believe that the foolish and mischievous forgeries spoken of by the hon. Gentleman had been committed by the same person. The author of them had not yet been discovered, but inquiries were now being made into the matter, and he trusted they would be successful.