HL Deb 04 July 1843 vol 70 c570
The Marquess of Clanricarde

on withdrawing the motion which stood in his name for that night relative to Scinde, in consequence of the illness of the Earl of Ripon, said, he believed it was wholly unparalleled in the affairs of this Country, that such occurrences should have taken place without any communication being made until so long a time after. All the information the House was possessed of was, that all which had been done, and all that was now doing, were the acts of the Indian government, and without instructions from home.

Motion withdrawn.