§ SIR H. DRUMMOND WOLFF (for Lord HENRY LENNOX)
asked the Secretary to the Admiralty, Whether there would be any objection to lay upon the Table of the House the Report of the Greenwich Hospital Committee, composed of Admiral Luard, Sir Francis Festing, E.M.A. and Colonel Needham, E.M.A. appointed to inquire into the best method of filling the then existing vacancies in the Royal Marine Artillery?
§ MR. CAMPBELL-BANNERMAN
It would be unusual to publish the whole Report of the Committee referred to, as the subject has not yet been finally dealt with by the Department; but as that objection does not attach to the first part of the Report, which relates merely to the mode of filling existing vacancies in the Royal Marine Artillery, and as this is, I imagine, the point in which the noble Lord the Member for Chichester is interested, I shall be glad to lay this portion of the Papers on the Table.