HC Deb 28 April 1884 vol 287 cc743-4

asked the Postmaster General, If the Post Office authorities have received a memorial from the inhabitants of Buncreeragh, Moher Gregg, and other townlands in the district of Augh-a-Cashel, county Leitrim, praying that a post office may be established in that district; and, if it is contemplated to establish a post office in that district, in view of the fact that the nearest post office is over five miles off?


I have carefully considered the Memorial to which my hon. and gallant Friend refers. I regret that the correspondence is not sufficient to warrant the opening of a post office. In order, however, to meet the wishes of the Memorialists as far as possible, I have given instructions that there shall be a delivery from Drumshambo to the districts referred to three days a-week.