HC Deb 12 June 1884 vol 289 c80

asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, with reference to a Despatch of Mr. Adams to Lord Granville, dated Berne, 5th February, in Correspondence Switzerland, No. 1, recently presented to Parliament, wherein it is stated— I then despatched a telegram to M. Auldjo in the following words:—' Mr. Clibborn has come from Geneva to-day to appeal to me, on behalf of himself and other British subjects, for protection and redress, with reference to certain riotous proceedings there, which, he says, have involved injury to property and persons,' and adding, ' Lose no time in bringing matter before Cantonal Government and report to me officially;' Why the Report of M. Auldjo is omitted from the Papers; and, whether he will lay this Report upon the Table of the House for presentation to Parliament?


All the Reports which have been received from Consul Auldjo on this subject have been laid upon the Table, in Switzerland (No. 1), see pages 6, 7, and 25, 26, 27.