HC Deb 04 December 1890 vol 349 c539

I had intended to ask the Postmaster General whether he is aware that, during the present year, a written request for a Sunday delivery of letters from Millisle to Carrowdore was made to the Secretary of the General Post Office, Dublin, by a large and influential number of the inhabitants of the district of Carrowdore, Donaghadee; and whether, considering the general complaints made by the people as to the serious inconvenience which non delivery of letters there on Sundays causes to the residents of the district, he will consider the advisability of instituting a Sunday delivery of these letters? At the request of the right hon. Gentleman I beg to postpone the Question until tomorrow.