HC Deb 04 March 1867 vol 185 c1307

said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether he will lay upon the table the recent Report of Mr. Taylor on the sanitary state of certain parts of Liverpool, and on the condition of the dwellings of the poor in that town; and whether he has received from the local authorities of that place any satisfactory assurance that the recommendations of Mr. Taylor will be promptly carried into effect?


Sir, the Report of Mr. Taylor is a very long and a very valuable one. It has been only recently delivered at the Home Office, and I have not yet had time to go through it, but when I have done so I will inform the hon. Gentleman whether it can be laid on the table.