HC Deb 21 June 1895 vol 34 c1665

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for the Home Department, whether he is aware that Frank Miles, now lying under sentence of death at Norwich, was some time ago attacked by a fit which the doctor who attended him thought was sunstroke, and that, when he recovered after some hours, the doctor informed his mother that it would be dangerous to provoke him or torment him in any way; and, if so, whether he will carefully consider these facts?


The statements referred to have already been brought to my notice by my hon. Friend, the junior Member for Southampton, and they, as well as all the circumstances of the case, will receive my most careful consideration.