§ Mr. McKENNA
The amount that will be given to the Welsh Museum under the Bill will be one-eighth of what will be left of the Welsh estates now in the possession of the Ecclesiastical Commissioners after paying the expenses of carrying the Act into execution, all of which (except those incurred by county councils in the administration of their schemes) will fall on this property. The value of these estates is £26,700 a year. The payment, therefore, to the Museum can hardly reach £3,000 a year.
§ Mr. ORMSBY-GORE
Is it not provided in the Bill that all the glebe shall be 772 treated for this purpose as part of the Welsh estates and that therefore the-figure £22,000 represents nothing like what will be divided up amongst those museums?