HC Deb 20 August 1895 vol 36 cc361-2

Return ordered:— Relative to the Memorandum of the Secretary of the Admiralty, dated the 8th day of March 1889 (Parliamentary Paper, No. 67, of Session 1889), giving (1) in regard to the 38 Ships intended by the New Programme to be built in Her Majesty's Dockyards, in comparison with the estimated Expenditure therein shown, the actual Expenditure under each head for each of the years therein contained, and also, with reference to the anticipated difference of £3,054,000 therein said to be available 'for laying down new Vessels, or in reducing the Estimates for the years 1892–3 and 1893–4,' information as to what sums were applied to either of these two Services respectively; and (2) in regard to the 32 Ships included in the New Programme, to be constructed by Contract, similar information, in italics, as to the actual Expenditure on the Services therein referred to in comparison to the estimated Expenditure."—(Mr. Macartney.

Return presented accordingly; to lie upon the Table, and to be printed.— [No. 427.]

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