HC Deb 21 April 1884 vol 287 cc128-9

asked the Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, Whether, seeing that the local authorities of Cambridgeshire have no control over the market at Saint Ives, Huntingdonshire, to which market a large proportion of the cases of foot-and-mouth disease in Cambridgeshire have been traced, he will direct the travelling Inspectors to pay particular attention to that market?


, in reply, said, that he had not heard of any case of disease in the market of St. Ives; but the Inspectors had reported as to its unsatisfactory condition, and communications had taken place with the Local Authority. The market would be closely watched.