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Metropolis—St James's Park

Volume 229: debated on Monday 12 June 1876

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Question

asked the First Commissioner of Works, Whether he has been able to take any measures for the lighting of the enclosure in St. James's Park, to which the Secretary to the Treasury promised his attention in August last?

in reply, said, that at the request of the Secretary of the Treasury he had made a careful examination into the question whether it would be possible or advisable to light the enclosure in St. James's Park, and he did not find that he could make any satisfactory arrangement for carrying out that object.