§ EARL GRANVILLE
said, he wished to inform the noble Earl opposite (the Earl of Malmesbury) that he had obtained the following particulars respecting the case of the convict Gilbert, which he had been unable to supply to his noble Friend the other evening:—G. J. Gilbert, convicted at the Hants Quarter Sessions, in October, 1851, of stealing money and sentenced to seven years' transportation (having been twice before convicted, once of felony, and once summarily). Released by licence, in the usual course, dated the 8th of May, 1855. Again convicted at Hants Quarter Sessions, in June, 1856, of robbery with violence, and sentenced to four years' penal servitude. This sentence he underwent in full. He was again convicted at the Hants Assizes in July, 1862, of murder with rape, and executed.