HC Deb 02 July 1888 vol 328 c50
MR. WOODALL (Hanley)

asked the Secretary to the Treasury, Why the Report of the Directors of the National Gallery for last year has not been printed; whether it has been presented; and, if so, when; and, whether it is not usual to lay it upon the Table at a much earlier period of the Session?


, in reply, said, the Report had been sent to the printer in anticipation of the Order of the House, for which he had now formally moved. He hoped the Report would be in the hands of hon. Members in the course of a few days, although its presentation had been unavoidably delayed.