HC Deb 08 July 1875 vol 225 c1144

asked the First Lord of the Admiralty, Whether, in view of the Report of the Medical Director General of the Navy which has been laid upon the Table since the discussion on the subject, it is intended to proceed with the purchase of land and the erection of a Naval College at Dartmouth, without giving the House a further opportunity of considering the expediency of the proposed scheme?


in reply, said, that the views of the Medical Director General with regard to the climate of Dartmouth were freely given in evidence before the Committe, and they were quoted by the hon. Gentleman the other night in the debate. His Report added nothing whatever to his evidence. He (Mr. Hunt) intended to propose the necessary Vote for building the Naval College, and if the Committee of Supply granted the money the work would be proceeded with.

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