HC Deb 29 July 1862 vol 168 c985

said, he rose to ask the Secretary of State for War, Whether any and what steps have been taken to put a stop to certain proceedings that have taken place at the Curragh of Kildare, and what measures he proposes to adopt to enforce regularity within the camp? He also wished to ask the Secretary of State for War, if the Report of the Select Committee on Small Arms at Woolwich, relative to the fifty-two Small Arms sent in for trial in conformity with War Office Letters of

June 1859, 81 September 6, 1861, 81
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is yet received, and ordered to be printed?


said, the Report had not yet been completed, but he expected it would shortly be presented. With respect to the proceedings at the Curragh, some general directions had been given.