HC Deb 05 May 1879 vol 245 cc1711-2

asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Whether, with reference to the assurance he gave to make certain inquiries relative to forced labour and the administration of the Law and other mat- ters relative to Cyprus, he has received any Report from Sir Garnet Wolseley on the subject; and, if so, whether he will lay such Report upon the Table?


Yes, Sir. Reports upon this subject from Sir Garnet Wolseley were received some time ago and are being printed. As the hon. Member for Chelsea (Sir Charles W. Dilke) brought the representations which were the subject of these Reports before the House, it will possibly be satisfactory to him that he should move for them himself. If he does move for them I shall have no objection to their production. If, however, the hon. Baronet does not wish to move for them, then it will be open to the hon. Member for Chippenham to do so.


gave Notice that he would move for the Reports to-morrow.