HC Deb 04 August 1906 vol 162 cc1794-5
MR. DU CROS (Hastings)

To ask the Postmaster-General whether, in order to prevent delay in the delivery of ordinary correspondence there is any rule limiting the number of circulars to be taken out with the regular deliveries; if so, what is the number for each walk.

(Answered by Mr. Sydney Buxton.) It is the practice to make special deliveries of circulars when the regular deliveries would be seriously delayed if they were taken out with the letters; but no definite number has been fixed, as the circumstances must necessarily vary.