HC Deb 13 May 1904 vol 134 cc1293-4
SIR CARNE RASCH (Essex, Chelmsford)

To ask the Secretary to the Admiralty whether the Department will take into consideration the possibility of granting (as in the Army) pensions to men of sixty-five years of age, who have done campaign service, are in receipt of a medal, and who have served in the Royal Navy or Marines.

(Answered by Mr. Pretyman.) The same necessity does not arise in the Navy as in the Army, as the cases referred to are dealt with by the grant of Greenwich Hospital special pensions up to 1s. 3d. a day.