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Disability Pensions (Shoeing-Smith Hunt)

Volume 155: debated on Tuesday 20 June 1922

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asked the Secretary of State for War whether his attention has been drawn to the case of Shoeing-smith Hunt, No. 312985, late 17th Lancers, discharged after 12 years' continuous service owing to pulmonary tuberculosis; why he is not in receipt of a pension; why only a gratuity of £66 has been offered him for the disablement; and whether Chelsea Hospital will now reconsider the case?

The case in question is being further considered and I will communicate with the hon. and gallant Member in due course.