HC Deb 16 July 1875 vol 225 c1629

, in rising to call attention to the case of Captain J. Balair Chatterton, and to move for an inquiry, said that gallant officer, having been engaged in the Indian Mutiny, had been rendered incapable of service by rheumatism, and not being able, in consequence, to perform his duties, had been charged with "malingering."

Notice taken, that 40 Members were not present; House counted, and 40 Members not being present.

House adjourned at a quarter after Twelve o'clock till Monday next.