HC Deb 16 March 1900 vol 80 c1065
MR. H. D. GREENE (Shrewsbury)

I beg to ask the Under Secretary of State for War what provision has been made for the attendance of Deputy Judge Advocates in South Africa, and whether there is a sufficient number of them to secure due administration of military law; and whether the labours of the Judge Advocate General's Department have been at all increased by the additions to Her Majesty's forces.


A Deputy Judge Advocate, Colonel St. Clair, is supervising the administration of military law in South Africa, and is assisted by a barrister. This staff is considered sufficient. The labours of the department at home have been considerably increased owing to the number of troops called out.