§ MR. A. M. SULLIVAN
asked the Secretary of State for India, If, after considering all the Correspondence, including the Minute of Sir N. Chamberlain, which has passed concerning Mr. F. G. C. Shaw, Senior Veterinary Surgeon of the Madras Army, he will cause any steps to be taken to redress the grievances complained of by that gentleman?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON,
in reply, said, that the case of Mr. Shaw had been decided upon by the Government of India and by his Predecessor, Lord Cranbrook. He had not been able to read all the Correspondence and examine it himself; and until he had an opportunity of doing so, he could hold out no hopes of a reversal of the decision.