§ Sir M. MACNAGHTEN
asked the Postmaster-General what is the cost of the present postal service in the following townlands situated in Limavady, in the county of Londonderry—Carrydoo, Bally-risk, Largyreagh, Keady, Leek, Drumramer and Termaguin; what would be the increased cost of restoring the pre-War service to those places; and what is the amount of the correspondence to and from those places as compared with the pre-War correspondence?
§ Mr. HARTSHORN
The cost of the present delivery by postman in the town-lands is about £28 a year; the increased cost of restoring the pre-War service would be about £1 a year. The number of letters received for delivery is about 60 a week; pre-War numbers are not available.