HC Deb 11 August 1898 vol 64 cc926-7

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for War whether any facilities can be given to see the concluding field clay of the troops at the ensuing autumn manœuvres at Salisbury Plain to any Members of this House who, being in the South of England at that time, may wish to see that field day?


There will be a roped enclosure on Beacon Hill, a natural point of vantage for sightseers, where it is proposed that the march past shall take place on 8th September. Admittance to the enclosure will be obtained by Members of the House of Commons who intimate to the Quarter-Master General, at the War Office, on or before the 1st September, their intention of being present.