Her Majesty's Mails: An Historical and Descriptive Account of the British Post-office
S. Low, son, and Marston, 1864 - 348 strani
Postwesen, Postbetrieb, Postverkehr ; Geschichte ; Grossbritannien und Nordirland.
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according allowed amount appear appointed arrangements arrival authorities bags banks called carried century charged classes clerks Committee Commons considerable conveyance correspondence cost course delivered delivery Department despatch direct district duties early Edinburgh England English establishment existing expense fact foreign four further give given Government granted half hand Hill horses hour House important improvements increase interest less letters London Lord mails matter means measure ment miles money-order necessary newspapers once ordinary packets paid passed penny period persons Post-Office postage postmaster practice present principal proposed question railway received reform reign Report respect result road savings scheme Scotland Secretary sent shilling sorting stamps success taken town travelling United whole writer
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