HC Deb 04 June 1888 vol 326 cc1018-9
MR. COURTNEY KENNY (York, W.R., Barnsley)

asked the hon. Member for Penrith, as a Charity Commissioner, If the Commissioners will have any objection to lay upon the Table of the House a copy of the Deed of Foundation of the Royal Holloway College, and of any Orders or Schemes which have been made by them for carrying out or for varying the purposes declared by that deed.

MR. J. W. LOWTHER (Cumberland, Penrith)

The Charity Commissioners have no objection to lay upon the Table any of the documents referred to by the hon. Member. I desire, however, to point out that the documents can be seen at the Office of the Commission by any person applying to see them during office hours; that all the steps taken by the Commission in this matter have been made fully public from time to time in the London daily papers; and that the cost of printing the documents would be considerable, and hardly, perhaps, commensurate with the results sought to be attained.