HC Deb 02 August 1909 vol 8 c1683W

asked the Under-Secretary for the Colonies whether any instructions have been or will be given to Sir Percy Girouard on his appointment as Governor of East Africa such as was given to Colonel Sadler on his appointment as His Majesty's Commissioner in Uganda, and laid before this House, in Africa (No. 2), 1902 [Cd. 910]; and, if so, whether they will be laid upon the Table?

Colonel SEELY

The Secretary of State does not consider it necessary to issue any instructions of the kind to Sir P. Girouard, who is already aware of the general lines of policy which my Noble Friend wishes to be followed in the Protectorate.