HC Deb 15 March 1875 vol 222 cc1804-5

asked the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, Whether he can inform the House when the decision of the President of the French Republic is likely to be given on the question of the disputed boundary at Delagoa Bay, which has been referred to him for arbitration by the Governments of England and Portugal?


, in reply, said, the question of the disputed boundary had been for some time before the arbitrator, but had not yet been decided. More evidence was required, and when the decision was given Her Majesty's Government would, without delay, communicate it to the House.