HC Deb 22 June 1883 vol 280 c1273

asked the Postmaster General, If his attention has been called to the case of Miss C. Hodgson, who was deprived of her appointment in the Post Office in 1879 on the ground of ill health; and, whether he would be prepared to reconsider the case, with the view of restoring Miss Hodgson to her former position.


said, this matter had been carefully considered; and he regretted that, in the interest of the Public Service, he could not accede to Miss Hodgson's request.