HC Deb 18 May 1858 vol 150 cc859-60

said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for War if any Report has, within the last year, been received at the War Office or Horse Guards relative to the great facilities afforded by the Harbour of Waterford for landing and embarking Troops to and from the South of Ireland; and if so, whether he has any objection to lay the same on the table of the House?


said, that a favourable Report had been received from the mili tary authorities in Dublin. If the hon. Gentleman wished the papers to be laid on the tab e, he could make a Motion to that effect. There would be no objection to produce them.