HC Deb 29 July 1859 vol 155 c657

In reply to Mr. BRADY,


said, it was quite true that Captain Bennett, the Emigration agent in Glasgow, had been for some time at Aldershot, but not for twelve months. There was an efficient substitute at Glasgow, and the public had not suffered. However, as there was some irregularity in the matter, it had been intimated to Captain Bennett that he would be called on to choose between the two offices.

On Motion for adjournment till Monday,