HC Deb 30 April 1888 vol 325 cc886-7
VISCOUNT LYMINGTON (Devon, South. Molton)

asked the Postmaster General, Whether any arrangements are being made to secure the carriage of mails by night on the South Western Railway from London to Plymouth?

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

A deputation has already attended at this Office to urge on tho Department the arrangement alluded to in the noble Viscount's Question. The matter is receiving careful consideration, and some little time must elapse before the needful inquiries can be completed. But there shall be no unnecessary delay in arriving at a decision.