HC Deb 26 June 1882 vol 271 c387

asked the Postmaster General, What prospect there is of the completion of arrangements for a direct Mail Service between the important towns of Londonderry and Glasgow?


Sir, in reply to my hon. Friend, I regret to say that the Department has not yet been able to come to terms with the ship owners for the conveyance of mail-bags by the direct boats between Glasgow or Greenock and Londonderry. I shall be very glad if we are able to come to terms with the ship owners, in which case the service asked for would be established.