HC Deb 13 July 1857 vol 146 c1373

said, he would beg leave to repeat the question he had put on a previous occasion, whether those officers who were on leave, but were, before the expiration of their furlough, ordered out to India would be obliged to go out at their own expense or at the expense of the Government?


said, the question of making an allowance in aid of their expenses to officers in the service of the East India Company who were on leave of absence in this country, and had been ordered to rejoin their regiments, was at present the subject of communication between the Board of Control and the War Department, but that, as soon as a decision was arrived at, no time should be lost in announcing it to Parliament.

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