HC Deb 20 March 1871 vol 205 cc272-3

asked the Under Secretary for the Colonies, Whether any replies to Earl Granville's Circular Despatch of the 14th February 1870, regarding Emigration, have been received other than those from which certain fragments are quoted in the paper termed a Report from Sir Clinton Murdoch to Sir Frederick Rogers of the 5th August 1870, recently laid upon the Table; and when the Despatches on the subject referred to will be laid before this House?


said, in reply, that the Report alluded to was made upon all the despatches then received, the pith of which it contained. But as he understood that some sort of promise of the production of the despatches had been made, and his hon. Friend desired to see them, they should be produced as soon as possible, together with two or three Papers subsequently received.