§ The first Vote (No. 16.) was 1,322,939l. for the wages of Seamen and Marines.
§ CAPTAIN BOLDERO
said, he had a Motion on the paper regarding the accommodation on board Her Majesty's vessels of war for assistant surgeons in the Navy; but as only two votes were now to be taken he would not impede the course of public business by pressing it at present. But he gave notice that he would renew the same Motion the next time the Navy Estimates were brought on; and he would do so before the Speaker left the chair, because he felt that important questions did not receive so much attention in Committee.
SIR F. T. BARING
promised that every opportunity should be afforded the hon. and gallant Member for bringing forward his Motion.
§ Vote agreed to; as was also No. (17.) 521,179l., Victuals.
§ Resolutions to be reported on Monday next., Committee to sit again on Monday next.
§ House resumed.
§ The House adjourned at half-after One o'clock till Monday next.