RT. HON. SIR STAFFORD NORTHCOTE, M.P.
F.N.'s interest in Indian Sanitary affairs, having taken part in the work of the Royal Commission; asks for immediate action if any good is to cone out of the Commission's work; calls attention to Lord de Grey's minute suggesting action; in connection with the subject of Ventilation in Barracks and Hospitals, she complains that the Govt.
of India, instead of applying the principles laid down by the Royal Commission, and drawing on the help of the 3 existing Health Commissioners appointed by Lord Lawrence 1864, sent the subject abroad all over India; all over India ...0 the foolscap wanders collecting opinions on the universal suffrage principle.'
14p LORD IDDESLEIGH'S COLL.
1. See Cook II, p.150
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