SIR SEYMOUR FTTZGERALD
asked the Under Secretary of State for India, Whether it is the intention of the Government to lay any Papers upon the Table of the House with reference to the deposition of the Guikwar of Baroda; and, if so, when the House may expect to be in possession of them?
§ LORD GEORGE HAMILTON
Sir, the Report of the first Commission is in the hands of hon. Gentlemen. The Papers connected with Colonel Phayre's removal and the temporary deposition of the Guikwar, and containing information up to the actual assembling of the second Commission, are in the printer's hands, and will be before long upon the Table of the House. The proceedings of the second Commission, the Report, and Papers connected with the final deposition of the Guikwar have not yet been received from India; but when received shall be printed and laid upon the Table of the House as soon as possible.