§ SIR HENRY STRACEY
said, he would beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for War, Whether it be in contemplation to abolish or remove the Military Invalid or Convalescent Hospital, which has been in operation at Great Yarmouth for the last three years; and if so, what are the reasons?
MR. T. G. BARING
, in reply, stated that the Military Invalid or Convalescent Hospital, which had been in operation at Great Yarmouth for the last three Sessions, belonged to the Admiralty, and had only been lent for the use of the military service. The Admiralty now desired to have the Hospital restored to them, and, as soon as the necessary arrangements were made, it would be handed over to them by the War Department.