§ COLONEL GREVILLE
asked the Undersecretary for War, whether it is the intention of the Government to issue pay to the surgeons of militia regiments who have been called upon by the War Department to reside at the head quarters of the permanent staff, for the purpose of taking medical charge of the officers, non-commissioned officers, and their families; and, if so, at what rate.
§ SIR JOHN RAMSDEN
said, it was the intention of the Government to issue pay to the surgeons of the militia regiments when they were residing at headquarters. The rate at which it would be issued, would be that which was fixed by the militia regulations of 1854.