HC Deb 26 July 1887 vol 318 cc41-2
MR. BUCHANAN (Edinburgh, W.)

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Whether he will lay upon the Table and circulate, before the Vote for Learned Societies is taken, the Correspondence that has recently passed between the Treasury, the Secretary for Scotland, and Sir William Thomson, on the subject of the allocation to Scotland of a separate grant for purposes of scientific investigation?


, in reply, said, he did not see that any public advantage would arise from the publication of the Correspondence. He should be glad to show it to the hon. Member, or give him any information. The letter from the Treasury was only a short one, and contained nothing of importance