British Postal Guide: Containing the Chief Public Regulations of the Post Office, with Other Information

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Page 36 - ... calendar months before the time of executing the indenture has deserted such child, or for such space of...
Page 9 - A book packet must not contain any written letter, closed or open, or any enclosure sealed, or otherwise closed against inspection. The name and address of the sender, however, is not only allowed but recommended.
Page 7 - Every packet must be sent either without a cover, or in a cover open at the ends or sides.
Page 14 - If the order be not paid before the end of the twelfth calendar month after that in which it was issued all claim to the money is lost.
Page 8 - ... enclosure, the letter or enclosure will be taken out and forwarded to the address on the packet, charged with the full postage as an unpaid letter, together with an additional rate ; and the remainder of the packet, if duly prepaid with stamps, will then be forwarded to its address...
Page 9 - Packet must not contain any letter, closed or open, or any enclosure, sealed or otherwise closed against inspection, nor must there be any letter, or any communication of the nature of a letter, written or printed in any such Packet or on its cover.
Page 7 - And the books or other publications, prints, maps, &c., may be either printed, written, or plain, or any mixture of the three. Further, all legitimate binding, mounting, or covering of a book, publication, &c., or of a portion thereof, will be allowed, whether such binding, &c.
Page 9 - Any packet which shall not be open at the ends or sides, or shall have any written letter or any communication of the nature of a letter written in it, or upon its cover, will be charged with the unpaid...
Page 7 - ... be loose or attached, as also rollers in the case of prints or maps, markers (whether of paper or otherwise) in the case of books ; and, in short, whatever is necessary for the safe transmission of Literary or Artistic matter, or usually appertains thereto ; but no patterns or books of patterns (unless consisting merely of paper) shall be allowed.
Page 128 - Passport of the Person to whom the Letters are addressed, as well as a written Order, signed and dated by such Person. In the case of a Messenger being sent for the Letters of more Persons than One, he must produce Passports and Orders from each Person. If the Applicant for the Letters is a subject of the United Kingdom, he must be able to state from what place or district he expects Letters before he can receive them. Subjects of States not issuing Passports are treated as Subjects of the United...

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