HC Deb 01 March 1855 vol 136 cc2087-8

moved, that the Committee appointed to inquire into the state of the army before Sebastopol have leave to report.

Motion put, and agreed to, and the Report was brought up.

The clerk at the table then read the following Report:— The Select Committee appointed to inquire into the condition of the army before Sebastopol, and to consider the propriety of the course which the Government has adopted to minister to the wants of the army, have come to the following Resolution, which they beg to report as follows:—Resolved, That in the opinion of this Committee the objects for which they have been appointed will be best attained, and danger of injustice to individuals be best prevented, and the public interests best protected, if the Committee be a Committee of Secrecy.