HL Deb 28 February 1918 vol 29 c177

Delivered by the Lord President (Earl Curzon of Kedleston) as follows:—

His Majesty having taken into consideration the eminent services rendered by the late Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick Stanley Maude, K.C.B., C.M.G., D.S.O., while commanding His Majesty's forces during the campaign in Mesopotamia, and being desirous, in recognition of such services, of conferring some signal mark of His favour upon his widow, recommends to the House of Lords that they should concur in granting Lady Maude the sum of £25,000.

The said Message to be considered on Tuesday next.