HC Deb 30 July 1897 vol 51 c1604

I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, whether the Postmaster General has received an influentially signed memorial, urging the establishment of a rural post office in a locality called the Derins, a populous district situate about three miles from the town of Ballintra, in the county of Donegal; and whether, having regard to the great advantage the establishment of such a post office would confer upon the surrounding neighbourhood, the Postmaster General will be able to accede to the prayer of this memorial?


The Postmaster General has not received a memorial for the establishment of a post office in the Derins, near Ballintra, Donegal, but inquiry shall be made in the matter, and the result shall be communicated to the hon. Member.