HC Deb 09 March 1876 vol 227 cc1717-8

asked the Secretary of State for War, Whether he would have any objection to produce, for the inspection of Members, the Plans of the Model Cavalry Barrack for which Mr. Wyatt received a prize some years ago?


, in reply, said, that if the plans designed by Mr. Wyatt 20 years ago would answer any useful purpose, he should have no objection to produce them. They were, however, drawn up irrespective of all the sanitary conditions recently introduced. They were made as far back as the year 1856, and even then it was said that of all the plans submitted in competition, not one could be recommended for adoption without alterations which would change its character and design. Therefore, he thought the production of Mr. Wyatt's plan would not afford the House any useful information.