HC Deb 20 March 1883 vol 277 c939

asked the Postmaster General, Whether a very large sum of money would be saved to the tax payers of the United Kingdom by the acceptance of the Tender of the London and North Western Railway to convey the Mails between England and Ireland, and also if the time occupied by the journey between London and Dublin would be considerably shortened?


, in reply, said, that he could only say that he had nothing to add to the answer he gave to the same Question on the previous day of the right hon. and learned Gentleman opposite (Mr. Gibson).