§ MR. HOPWOOD
asked the President of the Local Government Board, Whether he will lay upon the Table all Correspondence relative to the emigration of children to Canada and to Mr. Doyle's Report thereon; and, if he will state to the House whether he has taken any and what steps in regard to the said emigration?
§ MR. SCLATER-BOOTH
, in reply, said, that Mr. Doyle's Report was a subject of communications now going on between the Colonial Office and the Government of Canada, and there was no Correspondence which could at present with propriety be laid on the Table. He (Mr. Sclater-Booth) had not as yet taken any steps with regard to this form of emigration, and he saw no prospect of being able to do so at present.