HC Deb 11 November 1912 vol 43 c1730

asked the Post master-General if he will give a list of those public offices and departments in Ireland to whom the members of the general public may forward their letters on official business through the post without affixing postage stamps?

The POSTMASTER-GENERAL (Mr. Herbert Samuel)

Postage should be prepaid upon any letter addressed to a Government office in Ireland, unless it is strictly upon the business of that office and addressed to a chief official at its Dublin headquarters. Any instructions issued upon this subject are for the guidance of Post Office servants only.