§ GENERAL SIR GEORGE BALFOUR
asked the Secretary of State for War, If he will furnish Returns to show the Establishments of the several regimental branches, Artillery, Cavalry, Foot Guards, Infantry, according to the new organization, distinguishing men for Home, Colonies, and India; also the rates of pay and allowances, and totals of the cost of the several ranks and of the several regiments; also of the total of the whole of the respective arms?
§ SIR ALEXANDER GORDON
asked the Secretary of State for War, If he will lay upon the Table of the House an amended Estimate, showing the expense of the proposed new organisation of the Infantry of the Army, in lieu of pages 146 to 149 of the Army Estimates, laid upon the Table on the 16th of February last?
§ MR. CHILDERS
In reply to my hon. and gallant Friends the Members for Kincardineshire and Aberdeenshire, I have to state that it is my intention to lay on the Table of the House without delay Papers explaining in detail the alterations contemplated in the organization and establishments of the Army.