THE MARQUESS OF CLANRICARDE
said, he presumed the Government would have no objection to produce to the House the Minute which had been published by the Governor of Madras, respecting the finance of India. He understood that the Government had promised to produce them in a few days to the other House of Parliament, and he trusted they would also be placed on the table of their Lordships' House with as little delay as possible.
THE DUKE OF ARGYLL
said, that the Minute of Sir Charles Trevelyan would in a few days be presented to both Houses of Parliament.
§ LORD MONTEAGLE
said, he would again complain of the non-production, by the Indian Department, of certain Returns required by Act of Parliament to be laid before the House; and said that if similar neglect were in future exhibited, he should more seriously call their Lordships' attention to the subject.