HC Deb 11 May 1847 vol 92 cc689-90

said, that it appeared a charge had been made by the Admiralty in the case of the Thetis, for the use of the ships employed in the recovery of the treasure sunk in that vessel. The Secretary of the Admiralty had promised to inquire what had become of the money, and whether it had been carried to the public account.


had made inquiry, and found that the sum in question, 13,000l, had been carried to the public credit in September, 1834, and appeared in the Navy Estimates of that year.