HC Deb 10 February 1843 vol 66 c385
Mr. Wallace

wished to know whether the noble Lord at the head of the Woods and Forests would have any objection to lay before the House an account of the expenses incurred in the improvements at Holyrood Palace, and of the funds from which those expenses were to be defrayed.

Lord Lincoln

said, in was quite unnecessary to lay any such returns before the House. He would at once inform the hon. Gentleman that the amount expended during the present year would be about 2,000l., and that the sources from which it was derived were the improvements in the royal parks, and in Phœnixpark, in Dublin.

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