HC Deb 28 July 1859 vol 155 cc540-1

said, he wished to ask the Secretary to the Treasury to state under what head in the Estimates provision is proposed to be made for the sum of £13,247 7s. 1d., costs and damages in the case of the ship Newport (Hocquard v. The Queen), as set forth in Parliamentary Paper, No. 67, of the present Session.


said, the charge to which the hon. Gentleman referred was not included in the Estimates; but would be defrayed from that branch of the hereditary revenues of the Crown, which consisted of Maritime Droits and the receipts from Intestates' Estates.