Sir WILLIAM MULOCK.
It was not political literature according to the definition of my hon. friend and others ; it had no bearing upon elections ; and, therefore, it ought not to have been sent out under frank. Yet it was sent out in such quantities as to conjest the mails in Broekville and other places, even to the extent of blockading the work. As to the observation of my hon. friend from Victoria (Mr. Sam. Hughes), that eight hundred bags of literature, franked by himself, did he say ?