HC Deb 13 May 1881 vol 261 cc402-3

asked the Postmaster General, If the Post Office authorities in Dublin have as yet been able to come to any decision as to whether the alteration in the route of the letter carrier from Drumsna to Bonnybeg, county Leitrim, as suggested in a Question in the Orders of the Day of the 4th April 1881, can be carried out without any disadvantage to the public service?


, in reply, said, that he had inquired into the matter referred to in the Question; but he found that the alteration suggested by the hon. and gallant Member could not be made, as it would operate unfairly towards a larger number of people in the district than those whom it would benefit.