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Mail Subsidies

Volume 180: debated on Thursday 8 August 1907

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and Wales, and between Schools of various denominations.

the names of the companies to whom payments are at present made for the conveyance of mails to British Possessions and other countries; the amount in each case of such payments and the period for which they are payable; the route by which such mails are in each case carried; and the terminal ports.

( Answered by Mr. Sydney Buxton.) Most of the information asked for by the hon. Member is given in Appendix D of the Postmaster-General's Annual Report. I am sending him a statement giving him additional information on the subject.