HC Deb 02 April 1868 vol 191 c702

said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Whether he has any objection to lay on the table Copies of all Correspondence in his Office or in the Office of the Chief Commissioner of Police, respecting the dismissal of police sergeant Stone from the Metropolitan Police Force?


, in reply, said, he found that Stone was dismissed in 1864, and the case had on several occasions been investigated. A gratuity had been given to that officer, for which he expressed his thanks. He thought the matter ended there, as Stone did not complain of any other grievance, and asked for some other employment. The hon. Member was perfectly welcome to see the Papers, which were very voluminous, but he did not think any advantage would result from their being printed.