§ LORD ROBERT CECIL
said, he rose to ask the Under Secretary of State for War, When certain Returns, ordered at the beginning of the Session, concerning expenses incurred at the Ionian Islands, will be laid upon the table?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
, in reply, said, the Returns would be furnished by the Colonial Office. The War Office had furnished the Colonial Office with all the information in their power, and had written on the 27th of March to the General commanding at Corfu to give to the Lord High Commissioner information with reference to military expense, to be transmitted to the Colonial Office. The answers were expected in about a fortnight, and the Returns would then shortly be ready.