HC Deb 01 May 1860 vol 158 c455

said, he rose to ask the Secretary of the Treasury, Whether the Commission of Inquiry at the Post Office has terminated its labours, or has been dissolved; and, if so, for what reasons?


said, be believed that the Commission to which the hon. Baronet referred was only a Committee of some of the officers of the Post Office, who were appointed to inquire into the circulation department. That inquiry had been suspended for a few days in consequence of; some alteration in the extent of the inquiries; but he believed it had been renewed, and was now going on.