§ MR. A. J. BALFOUR
I beg to move that the House do now adjourn, and, in making that motion, perhaps I may be permitted by the House to say that I have received from Sir Arthur Bigge, by her Majesty's command, a telegram which she thinks may interest the House. It is from the Mayor of Mafeking, and is dated January 27. The message begins:—Mafeking, upon the hundredth day of the siege, sends loyal devotion to your Majesty, and an assurance of the continued resolve to maintain your Majesty's supremacy in this town.—WHITELEY, Mayor.
§ Adjourned at one minute after Twelve of the clock till Monday next.