§ SIR MASSEY LOPES
asked the Civil Lord of the Admiralty, Whether important changes are contemplated in the administration and management of Greenwich Hospital School; and, if so, whether he would lay the Report of the Committee upon the Table of the House before these recommendations are carried into effect?
§ SIR THOMAS BRASSEY
Sir, considerable difficulty having been experienced in obtaining suitable employment for boys educated at Greenwich School, a Committee of Inquiry was appointed to investigate the matter. Their suggestions as to dietary and training in seamanship have been adopted. There are other suggestions of a more organic character which have not as yet been considered. The Report shall certainly be laid on the Table before any final action is taken.