HC Deb 03 August 1882 vol 273 c619

asked the Prime Minister, Whether the person referred to in Mr. Blunt's statement who corresponded with Arabi Pasha was a certain Rev. Mr. Sapûnjy, who was either a Copt or a Syrian by birth, and was now an English missionary, and at the present time in London; and whether it was this gentleman who "took down" Arabi's letter to the Prime Minister?


I have no information as to the name of the gentleman. It is simply stated that he is in England.