§ MR. CARVELL WILLIAMS (Nottingham, S.)
asked the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, Whether there has been received at the Colonial Office a petition or memorial from Mauritius complaining of the administration of Sir J. Pope Hennessy, the Governor, together with an address relating thereto, presented to the Governor, and signed by 6,500 persons; and, whether those documents, with any others relating to the same subject, will be laid before Parliament?
§ THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE (Mr. OSBORNE MORGAN) (Denbighshire, E.)
The Colonial Office has received a Petition or Memorial, such as 1850 that referred to by my hon. Friend; and if he will move for these documents, and any others relating to the same subject, I will consider whether they can be laid before Parliament.