said he was aware that the arrangements for the celebration of the Diamond Jubilee were not yet complete, but it was reported that the auxiliary forces were to take part in celebrating that auspicious day, the 22nd of 595 June, and he hoped that old Constitutional force, the Yeomanry Cavalry, which formed part of our auxiliary forces, would not be left out, but would take their fair share in the celebrations. He begged to ask the Secretary of State for War whether the Yeomanry Cavalry would take part in the celebrations of the 22nd of June in London?
§ THE SECRETARY OF STATE FOR WAR (The MARQUESS of LANSDOWNE)
The arrangements are not finally settled, but I am able to tell my noble Friend that it is in contemplation that the Yeomanry shall be represented. ["Hear, hear!"]