HC Deb 01 June 1860 vol 158 c1910

said, he would beg leave to remind the right hon. Gentleman the Secretary for War that he had omitted to answer the question which he had put on the previous evening, as to whether, when the command of the brigade of Guards fell vacant, it was intended to till it up again? The right hon. Gentleman, in answering the multiplicity of questions put to him, appeared to have overlooked that.