HC Deb 24 November 1884 vol 294 cc237-8

asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, At what date Mr. Clifford Lloyd obtained leave of absence from his post at Cairo; for what length of time leave was granted to this functionary; whether his leave was with pay or without; and, what was the amount of salary drawn from the Egyptian Treasury during the continuance of his absence from duty?


in reply, said, Mr. Lloyd took three months' leave, to which he was entitled, on the 1st of June, with the pay of his appointment. His salary was at the rate of £2,500 a-year. At the termination of his leave he resigned. He drew one quarter's salary during the continuance of his absence from duty.