HC Deb 03 April 1873 vol 215 c522

asked the Secretary of State for War, Whether, having regard to the increased duties and restrictions regarding leave of Adjutants of Yeomanry, entirely changing the conditions under which they accepted their appointments, he will consider of granting them such fair and moderate pension as may induce them to retire and make way for officers who may be disposed to accept the appointment under its present altered conditions of service, which impose on Adjutants of Yeomanry the same regulations that affect Adjutants of the other Auxiliary Forces, without according to them the same rate of pay and allowances?


in reply, said, that the officers appointed to the command of Cavalry districts would Report upon the pay and duties of Adjutants of Yeomanry, and when the reports were received it would be considered whether any changes were expedient.