HC Deb 11 March 1887 vol 312 c11
MR. H.CAMPBELL (Fermanagh, S.)

asked the Postmaster General, Whether letters posted in Enniskillen for Dublin and Belfast, after 7 o'clock p.m., are delivered nest morning; and, if so, at what hour; and, if not, whether he will make arrangements to have letters that are posted during the night in Enniskillen and the following towns—namely, Clones, Newbliss, Cootehill, Bailieborough, Castleblayney, and Carrickmacross, forwarded by the train leaving Enniskillen at 6.20 a. m?

THE POSTMASTER GENERAL (Mr. RAIKES) (Cambridge University)

Letters can be posted in Enniskillen up to 8 p.m. for delivery the first thing next morning in both Dublin and Belfast. It is doubtful whether a sufficient number of letters are posted late at night in Enniskillen and the other towns mentioned to warrant an additional despatch by the train leaving Enniskillen at the early hour of 6.20 a.m.; but I will have inquiry made upon this point.