HC Deb 07 June 1877 vol 234 c1441

asked the President of the Local Government Board, Whether his attention has been called to a Report from Miss Rye, in reply to a Report of Mr. Doyle respecting the emigration of pauper children to Canada; whether he has received any further communication from Mr. Doyle upon the subject; and, whether, if so, he will lay a Copy of such communication upon the Table of the House?


in reply, said, his attention had been called to Miss Rye's Report, which was of a voluminous character, and which had been printed, but, he believed, had not been published. He had also received some observations from Mr. Doyle in answer to that Report. It was not his intention to lay that document on the Table of the House; but if it were true, as he had been informed, that Miss Rye's Report had been circulated among Guardians in this country, there would be no objection to its production if the hon. Member moved for it.