HC Deb 22 July 1902 vol 111 c904
MR. DILLON (Mayo, E)

I beg to ask the (Secretary of State for the Colonies whether he will lay upon the Table copies of the Vereeniging Resolution of the Boer delegates stating the grounds on which they accepted the terms of peace; Lord Kitchener's speech to the delegates at Vereeniging; the letter of Louis Botha and Schalk Burger to the burghers; Lord Kitchener's message of thanks to the Boer Commanders and the King's message; and other papers throwing light on the circumstances accompanying and following the signing of the terms of peace in South Africa.


My right hon. friend is about to lay printed Papers, and he will consider whether he can properly publish the documents referred to in the Question.