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Egypt—Arabi Pasha
24 November 1882
Volume 275
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asked the Under Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, Whether the statement was correct that had appeared in yesterday's morning papers that the Egyptian Government was now prepared to leave it to the British Government to decide whether the evidence was sufficient to enable the trial of Arabi Pasha to be proceeded with?

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It is impossible for me to know what is the private intention of the Egyptian Government; but, so far, no statement of the kind referred to has been made to Her Majesty's Government.