HC Deb 30 July 1883 vol 282 c933

asked the Secretary to the Admiralty, Whether he can hold out any hopes that the recommendations of the Inspector of Naval Schools will be carried out—namely, that there should be an amalgamation of Naval and Marine Schoolmasters, and that "Naval Schoolmasters should not be placed at a disadvantage as compared with Army Schoolmasters?"


Sir, the words quoted by the hon. and gallant Member occur in a passage in the Report of the late Inspector of Naval Schools, in which he suggests a scheme for amalgamating the naval and marine schoolmasters. This is, however, a mere suggestion, and it is not the intention of the Board to adopt it.