§ MR. STACPOOLE
said, he would beg to ask the Postmaster General, Whether any arrangement has been come to by the Post Office Department for the carriage of English Mails to India, viâ Brindisi, and with what Company, if any, such arrangement has been made?
THE MARQUESS OF HARTINGTON
replied, that since October last mails had been despatched weekly to India, China, and other countries viâ Brindisi, and that mails had been also received weekly by that route. The mails were sent through France and delivered to the Italian Post Office, which provided for their conveyance through Italy and from Brindisi to Alexandria.