THE EARL OF LONGFORD
said, that the answer to the Question of which he had given Notice had been, to some ex- 1349 tent, anticipated by the public Press; but, as it was possible there might be further information, he would ask the Secretary of State for the Colonies, Whether the information contained in the telegrams of yesterday, as to Dr. Jorrissen's dismissal from the post of Attorney General to the Transvaal Government was true, or whether Her Majesty's Government had any information or notification on this subject?
§ THE EARL OF DERBY
I should be happy to give the noble Earl and your Lordships all the information in my power; but, as a matter of fact, I know nothing on the subject of Mr. Jorrissen except what I see in Reuter's telegrams.
§ House adjourned at half past Five o'clock, to Monday next, a quarter before Eleven o'clock.