HC Deb 03 April 1856 vol 141 c386

said, he begged to ask the right hon. Gentleman the Clerk of the Ordnance whether he was aware that the map laid on the table of the House on the 4th day of March, purporting to be "A Plan of the Roads and Ways intended to be stopped and abolished, and others substituted," did not in any way exhibit such roads and ways; and, further, to know whether the necessary information could not be given by directing the engineer officers in charge of the district to place upon such plan the roads and ways referred to?


said, the plans of the roads in the vicinity of the camp would be found to exhibit all roads that were recognised by the Board of Ordnance and the public; but it was quite impossible for any plan to show all the various tracks and pathways over the common. He could assure the hon. Gentleman that the Government were most anxious to consult the convenience of the proprietors in the neighbourhood. They had already been, in communication with the principal proprietors, and had in consequence determined to lay down certain roads, of the plans for which the House would be put in possession before the Aldershot Road Bill went into Committee.