THE EARL OF MORLEY (CHAIRMAN of COMMITTEES)
asked Her Majesty's Government what arrangements it was pro- 2 posed to make for distributing to Peers and officers of the House tickets to witness the procession on June 22?
§ THE EARL OF PEMBROKE (LORD STEWARD)
I am informed by the First Commissioner of Works that the Lord Great Chamberlain has undertaken the distribution of tickets for the official stand for the use of Peers desiring to view the Royal Procession. Application for seats should be sent to the Lord Great Chamberlain's Secretary. The stand will be placed in front of the National Gallery, and I have no doubt that the Lord Great Chamberlain will adopt the suggestion of the noble Earl as to provision being made for the officers of the House.
§ THE EARL OF ANCASTER (LORD GREAT CHAMBERLAIN)
I propose to send out a letter to every Peer stating that one ticket will be provided tree of charge, and that two more can be obtained at the price of 12s. 6d. each.
§ House Adjourned at Twenty-five Minutes before Five o'Clock, to Monday next, a Quarter before Eleven o'clock.