HC Deb 09 July 1867 vol 188 c1263

said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether Fulford and Well-stead have been released from their bail; and, if so, whether they ought not to have been thereof informed by the magistrates who convicted them?


said, he was very much surprised the other night to hear from the hon. Gentleman that the bail had not been discharged, which he found was not the case. A free pardon had been granted to Wellstead, who was immediately discharged without bail. With respect to Fulford, a letter was, at the same time, addressed to the Treasury, that they should discharge him from his recognizances and free his bail, which was the ordinary course.