His Majesty's Postmaster-General, in carrying into effect a more frequent and expeditious delivery of letters by the penny-post, : have established the following regulations: Instead of five principal penny-post offices in London as heretofore, there are now two principal offices only, namely the Chief, which is removed to and held in Abchurch-Lane, Lombard-street, and the Westminster, removed to and held in Gerrard-Street, Soho.
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- At head of title: Penny Post-Office, September 8th, 1794
- [London : publisher not identified, 1794]
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- Caption title below table entitled, "Postage". At end of this section: "In any of the above cases the postage may be paid either at putting in, or on delivery, at the option of the writers."
Signed at end: Charles Walcot, Comptroller, Edward Johnson, Deputy Comptroller.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1999- (Early English books online) Digital version of: (Early English books; Tract supplement ; E9:2) s1999 miun s
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- Early English books tract supplement interim guide 1231.l.[75****]
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