§ SIR H. DRUMMOND WOLFF
asked the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, Whether General Maceo, when expelled from Gibraltar, was accompanied by his wife; and, whether both he and his wife were marched out of the British lines by police officers?
§ MR. EVELYN ASHLEY
Till we receive from Gibraltar the Report of the Court of Inquiry that has been sitting—and we expect it daily—I can give no further detailed information. We have no official information as to who, besides the three refugees, composed the party that was carried across the British lines. We only know that they were seven in number in all. As to the term "marched out," contained in the Question, the party were not marched, but conveyed in carriages to their destination.