§ SIR HENRY STRACEY
said, he wished to ask the Under Secretary of State for War, Whether the Royal Warrant of 21st November, 1864, giving the Officers of the Army when travelling without troops the following allowances—namely, General Officers, 20s.; Field Officers, 15s.; and Captains and Subalterns, 10s. per diem—applies in like manner to Officers of Militia, no intimation to that effect having yet reached them?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
said, in reply, that the Warrant referred to by the hon. Baronet did not apply to Militia Officers, whose allowances were fixed according to the Militia Regulations. No Circular issued from the War Office for the government of Officers in the Army applied to Militia Officers unless there was a special direction to that effect.