HC Deb 08 April 1914 vol 60 cc1959-60

asked the Home Secretary if, in view of the services to the community of the late Mr. William Hunting, M.R.C.V.S., who died on the 24th October last, especially in the scientific research which has rendered possible the stamping out of the disease of glanders, fatal alike to man and horse, the claim of his children, Louisa Hunting and Frederick Charles Hunting, of 46, Waldemar Avenue, Fulham, S.W., who are now without means of subsistence, to Civil List pensions, will be favourably considered?


My right hon. Friend informs me that he will be very glad to consider the case referred to if the hon. Member will communicate with him.

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