§ VISCOUNT INGESTRE
said, he would beg to ask the Under Secretary for War when it is the intention of Government to proceed with the designs for Infantry and Cavalry Barracks selected by the official Committee on Barrack Accommodation for the Army in the years 1855 and 1856, according to the pledge given to the successful candidates?
§ SIR JOHN RAMSDEN
said, that since the Committee had sat on this question, no new barracks had been commenced. When the Army Estimates came before the House. he would have to ask for a sum of money for the erection of small cavalry barracks at Nottingham. If the House should grant that Vote, it was the intention of his noble Friend at the head of the War Department to offer the erection to the gentleman who had obtained the first prize for the design for Cavalry Barracks.