HL Deb 24 June 1864 vol 176 cc235-6

said, be desired to call attention to two passages in the letter of Mr. Sydney Turner, read to the House on the previous evening by the noble Earl the Lord President of the Council; the one being, "I had a full private conference with the superintendent of the Ashby division of police," and the other, "I should be glad if the inaccuracy of the charge made by Lord Berners against my inquiry could be brought out." [The noble Lord proceeded to read several letters on which he had grounded the charges he had made against the management of the institute.]