§ SIR JOHN LUBBOCK (London University)
asked the Postmaster General, Whether any arrangement could be made by which receivers of letters upon which the postage has not been paid might pay for them direct to the General, or nearest Branch, Post Office?
§ THE POSTMASTER GENERAL (Mr. RAIKES) (Cambridge University)
In reply to the hon. Baronet, I think that some inconvenience would arise from adopting the suggestion referred to, and I think considerable risk might be incurred from people receiving their insufficiently paid letters and forgetting to pay the sums due to the Post Office. If I have not correctly apprehended the hon. Baronet's Question perhaps he will confer with me.