§ MR. MACALEESE (Monaghan, N.)
I beg to ask the Secretary to the Treasury, as representing the Postmaster General, if the Secretary of the General Post Office, Dublin, be yet in a position to give his decision in complaints made by James Kelly, of Newbliss, regarding the post office in that town so far back as the 1st and 2nd April last; is he aware that the receipt of Mr. Kelly's complaints was acknowledged by the Secretary of the General Post Office, Dublin, with a promise to have those complaints investigated; and when may the result of the inquiry be looked for?
§ MR. HANBURY
The Postmaster General Post Office, Dublin, with a pro-relating to the complaints made by Mr. James Kelly, of Newbliss. He finds that a very full reply was sent to Mr. Kelly on the 11th March last, and that there appeared to be nothing calling for any additional explanation in Mr. Kelly's subsequent letters.