HC Deb 10 June 1880 vol 252 c1603

asked the first Lord of the Treasury, If he can, without injury to the public service, furnish the House with a statement of the demands Mr. Goschen is instructed to make of the Turkish Government?


I believe I must repeat the substance of the answer I gave a short time ago—namely, that the instructions of Mr. Goschen are immediately connected with a Collective Note which is to be presented to the Turkish Government, and what is called an I dentic Note. When that Note has been presented the whole of the Papers will be laid on the Table, and I have every reason to believe that they will be in the hands of Members in a short time.