HC Deb 14 May 1857 vol 145 c266

wished to state that the Navy Estimates for the year, which he had laid on the table, would be delivered to Members on the following day. In these Estimates there was nothing new, they were precisely similar to those which were submitted before the dissolution of the late Parliament; and he hoped, therefore, there would be no objection to their being proceeded with on Monday next. He had just laid on the table a paper, stating the sums which had been voted on account, and the sums remaining to be voted, with of course the difference between what had been voted and the whole amount required for the service of the year.