§ MR. SCHREIBER
asked the Secretary of State for War, Whether any, and, if so, what facilities will be given to Members of this House for witnessing the review by Her Majesty on the 18th instant, in St. James's Park, of the troops recently engaged in the Egyptian Campaign?
§ MR. SHAW LEFEVRE (for Mr. CHILDERS)
An opportunity will be afforted to Members of both Houses of Parliament of seeing the review of the troops on the 18th by the Queen. A platform will be erected for that purpose in front of the Horse Guards. If hon. Members of this House will apply personally to the Speaker's Secretary they will receive a ticket for themselves and for a lady. I say they must apply personally, as, the space available being limited, it is not intended that Members who have left London should obtain tickets and give them to other persons.
§ LORD CLAUD HAMILTON
asked whether, considering the great interest taken by the public, especially the working classes, in the Army that had come from Egypt, it would not be possible to hold the review in Hyde Park?
§ SIR ARTHUR HAYTER
asked that the noble Lord should repeat his Question on Tuesday, when the Secretary of State for War would be present.