§ EARL GRANVILLE
I wish to ask the noble Duke the Lord President of the Council, a Question, of which I have given him private Notice. It is, Whether he can give the House any information when the Plenipotentiaries will arrive in London? With regard to the Papers in Congress, I presume they will be laid on the Table as soon as possible.
THE DUKE of RICHMOND AND GORDON
We have had no information as to the time when the British Plenipotentiaries will arrive in London; nor, indeed, when they will leave Berlin. With regard to the Papers, there is every reason to believe that the Congress will terminate; its labours in the course of a few days; but, until the close of the sitting, it will be impossible to lay the Papers before the House. Certainly, no time will be lost in presenting the Papers, when it can be done so conveniently.