§ SIR HENRY HOLLAND
asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, What has become of Zebehr Pasha; to what place he has been taken, and whether he is to be confined in prison there; and, whether he is to be tried; and, if so, before what tribunal, and on what charges?
§ LORD EDMOND FITZMAURICE
Zebehr Pasha has been placed on board H.M.S. Iris, and will be conveyed to Gibraltar, where he will be detained so long as the military necessity which caused his arrest continues. It is not proposed, under present circumstances, to put him on his trial.
§ MR. ASHMEAD-BARTLETT
asked whether it was not the fact that Nubar Pasha, the Egyptian Minister, had declined to have anything to do with Zebehr's arrest?
gave Notice that on Monday he would ask Mr. Attorney 837 General whether any Ordinance had been passed in the Colony of Gibraltar authorizing the detention there without trial of Zebehr Paslia?