HC Deb 02 February 1900 vol 78 c548

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.