HC Deb 02 September 1909 vol 10 c563
Mr. MacNEILL (for Mr. J. P. Farrell)

asked the Postmaster-General why the Post Office authorities decline to deliver letters addressed to Clondra, county Longford, the ancient name and present name of the village, and insist instead that no letters not addressed as to Richmond Harbour will be delivered; and will he direct that the ancient Irish name of this village will be recognised in future by the postal authorities?


Clondra, Longford, is a well-known place and I am assured that the hon. Member is under a misapprehension in supposing that letters so addressed would not be delivered. If my hon. Friend will send me particulars of the complaint made to him I will have inquiry made.