§ Resolutions [April 17th] reported.
§ MR. DILLWYN
, in referring to the Vote for the Office of the Auditor General, called attention to an instance he had discovered in the Appropriation Accounts in which the correctness of an account had not been certified by that officer, asked whether it was the habit of the Treasury to pay the money in such cases?
§ THE CHANCELLOR OF THE EXCHEQUER
, while promising to look into the particular case alluded to, pointed out that it was the practice of the Auditor General to bring irregularities to the notice of the Committee of Public Accounts, and thereby to secure their rectification.
§ Resolutions agreed to.