§ 30. Mr. O'DOWD
asked the Postmaster-General wheher letters addressed to their families in Ireland by Members of this House are being censored; and, if so, can he say when such censorship will cease?
§ Mr. TENNANT
There is no censorship on letters going to Ireland except on those from Irish prisoners taken in rebellion and now in England. There is, therefore, no censorship on the letters of Members of Parliament.