Sir WILLIAM MULOCK.
Mr. Speaker, the leader of the opposition asked me yesterday whether there would toe any objection to my laying on the table copies of the papers m connection with the Thessalon post office matter, which was under discussion yesterday. I told him I would think over the matter. I have done so ; I see no
objection, and I will have copies of the papers prepared and laid on the fable at the earliest possible moment.
Topic: THESSALON, ONT., POSTMASTER.