HC Deb 28 June 1905 vol 148 c372
MR. JOSEPH DEVLIN (Kilkenny, N.)

I beg to ask the Secretary of State for War whether military Manœuvres on a large scale are to take place in Ireland in 1906, and whether any port on of the cost of these Manœuvres will be borne by Ireland, and what its probable amount; and whether, in view of the reports of experts on last year's military Manœuvres in England and the expenditure of time and money involved, he will consider the desirability of abandoning the proposed Manœuvres in Ireland next year.


The question of what Army Manœuvres will be held, in 1906 has not yet been considered.