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The Late Earl Of Clarendon

Volume 202: debated on Monday 27 June 1870

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Observations

said, he was sure the House must deeply regret the loss the country had sustained by the death of the Earl of Clarendon. In consequence of this sad event, he would postpone the Question he had intended to ask with respect to the International Commission on Consular Jurisdiction in Egypt.

said, for the same reason he would postpone his Question concerning the convention lately concluded with China by Sir Rutherford Alcock.