HC Deb 25 June 1888 vol 327 c1128
MR. BRADLAUGH (Northampton)

asked the First Commissioner of Works, Whether, in 1861, permission was granted to Mr. Richard Goddard to occupy a space about 12 feet square in Victoria Park as a refreshment stand; whether, in 1873, the continuance of this permission was granted to Mr. Daniel Nicholl, son-in-law of Mr. Goddard; whether he is aware that, on April 30, 1888, the Metropolitan Board of Works cancelled such permission; and, whether the refreshment stand, whilst under the control of the First Commissioner, had always been well-conducted?


, in reply, said, he believed the facts were as stated in the Question; and he had not heard a word of complaint as to the manner in which the refreshment stand had been conducted.