HC Deb 09 August 1872 vol 213 c841

asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Whether his attention has been called to the frequent complaints made by British Subjects of the robbery of their luggage on the Belgian Railways, and whether any remonstrance has been addressed to the proper authorities on the subject?


, in reply, said, he had seen two or three letters in The Times on the subject; but as no complaints had been made to the Foreign Office by any aggrieved traveller, the Secretary of State had not thought it his duty to interfere in the matter, or to call the attention of the Belgian authorities to the subject.