§ MR. JAMES STUART (Shoreditch, Hoxton)
asked the Under Secretary of State for India, What reply has been received from the Government of India to the despatch of the Secretary of State, dated May 17, 1888; whether he will lay upon the Table of the House the despatch in which the Secretary of State communicated to the Government of India the Resolution of the House of June 5 last; what was the date of that despatch; and, whether any steps have been taken to apprise the Government of India of the erroneous method in which Dr. Barclay and others have taken the averages in connection with the Lock Hospital Reports?
§ THE UNDER SECRETARY OF STATE (Sir JOHN GORST) (Chatham)
(1) None has yet been received. (2) Yes; if the hon. Member will move for it. (3) June 14. (4) I regret to say that, through an oversight, this has not yet been formally done; but the Secretary of State will direct it to be done forthwith.
§ MR. JAMES STUART
said, that on the Indian Budget he would call attention to the delays in the communications between the India Office and the Government of India on the subject.