§ MR. A. P. VIVIAN
asked the Postmaster General, Whether he will take into consideration the establishment of a telegraph station on Lundy Island, in the Bristol Channel, with the object of establishing communication with the vessels forced there for shelter during bad weather?
§ LORD JOHN MANNERS
, in reply, said, that the question was considered during last summer and autumn. The cost of establishing and maintaining such a station was found to be so far beyond the amount which would be earned that he was then and still continued to be unable to sanction its establishment.