HC Deb 02 July 1877 vol 235 c593

asked the Postmaster General, If any charge of irregularity or other complaint was made to the Irish Post Office with reference to the management of the Post Office at Camolin, county of Wexford, during the time that office was in charge of Miss F. M. Keogh, as acting Postmistress and as assistant to her father the late Postmaster; and, if he will be good enough to state upon what grounds Miss Keogh was removed and another person appointed in her place?


No complaint has been made as to the management of the Camolin Post Office during the time it was in charge of Miss Keogh as acting postmistress and as assistant to her father, the late postmaster; but it cannot be said that she was removed in consequence of any irregularity which was complained of during that time, inasmuch as she never held any appointment, and when the office became vacant, it was filled up by the Treasury in the usual manner.