§ MR. THOMSON HANKEY
said, he would beg to ask the Secretary of State for War, If an Army Cooking Apparatus, made and patented by Messrs. Jeakes and Co., has been submitted to or reported on to him; and whether it is not a much cheaper and much more efficient Cooking Apparatus than that of Captain Warren, R.N.?
§ SIR JOHN PAKINGTON
replied, that he was unable to answer the Question of the hon. Member, as the apparatus had not 469 been reported upon. He had given directions that both apparatuses should be tried at the Wellington Barracks.