HC Deb 30 July 1902 vol 112 cc130-1
MR. BLACK (Banffshire)

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for War whether, in view of questions which have arisen in India, the regulations for the use of the garrison churches in South Africa, erected in whole or in part by public funds, will be so framed as to provide for equal rights as to conducting services therein by the chaplains of the Presbyterian, Anglican, and other communions who desire the use of such fabrics.


The churches at present in use in South Africa are, with one exception, under local, and not military, control. The question raised will be carefully considered when the contingency arises.