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Postal service -- Great Britain
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Appeal to our rulers and ruled, in behalf of a consolidation of the post office, roads, and mechanical conveyance for the service of the state
Broun, R. Sir, 1801-1858. (Richard),
London : J. Mortimer, 1834 (London : J. Nichols)
1834
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By the King an abstract of His Maiesties letters patents, bearing date the nineteenth day of December, in the one and twentieth yeere of His Maiesties reigne of England, France and Ireland, and of Scotland the seuen and fiftieth, containing a declaration of His Maiesties pleasure for confirming of former letters patents, granted to Matthew de Questor Esquier, and Matthew de Questor his sonne, of the office of postmaster for forraine parts
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)
[London : B. Norton and J. Bill, 1623]
1623
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By the King orders forthe [sic] posts of our realmes, and for all men to obserue and obey in the speedy carriage of packets, directed for our affaires
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)
Jmprinted at London : By Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, Anno Dom 1603 [i.e. 1604]
1604
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Cary's new itinerary, or, An accurate delineation of the great roads both direct and cross throughout England and Wales with many of the principal roads in Scotland
Cary, John, ca. 1754-1835
London : Printed for J. Cary, 1815
1815
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A Complete guide to all persons who have any trade or concern with the city of London, and parts adjacent containing, I. the names of all the streets, squares, &c. ... III. an account of all the stage-coaches with the fares ... V. the new rates for Carmen ... VI. rates of the general post, and penny-post offices ... VIII. tables of interest ... and designed for the use of persons of all degrees, as well natives as foreigners.

London : Printed for J. Rivington [and 7 others], 1763
1763
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A complete guide to all persons who have any trade or concern with the city of London, and parts adjacent containing, I. the names of all the streets, squares, &c. ... III. an account of all the stage-coaches with the fares ... V. the new rates for carmen ... VI. rates of the general post, and penny-post offices ... VIII. tables of interest ... and designed for the use of persons of all degrees, as well natives as foreigners.

London : Printed for C. Hitch [etc.], 1760
1760
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Complete list of all the market towns in Great Britain their distance from London, the market days, the stage and post coaches, waggons and other carriages, the hours of setting out, their postage and fares to town, the principal inns they put up at, &c., for the year 1796.
Boyle, P. d. 1808? (Patrick),
London : Printed and sold by P. Boyle, [1795]
1795
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Debates in both Houses of Parliament in the months of May and June 1808 relative to the agreement made by government with Mr. Palmer, for the reform and improvement of the post-office and its revenue.
Great Britain. Parliament
London : Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, & Orme, 1809
1809
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Debates in both houses of Parliament in the months of May and June 1808 relative to the agreement made by government with Mr. Palmer, for the reform and improvement of the post-office and its revenue : with an appendix containing the several documents therein referred to.
Great Britain. Parliament
[England : s.n.], 1811 (London : T.C. Hansard)
1811
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A descant on the penny postage
Peace, John, 1785-1861
London : J. Bohn, 1841
1841
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A descant on the penny postage
Peace, John, 1785-1861
London : J. Bohn, 1841
1841
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An essay on the turnpike roads of the kingdom, and the practicability of uniting them with the department of the general post-office also, shewing the advantages of abolishing the tolls now collected on all public roads, and substituting a rate on each county for the maintenance and repairs, &c. &c. &c.
Fuge, Robert
London : Printed for T. Hurst, 1832
1832
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An essay on the turnpike roads of the kingdom, and the practicability of uniting them with the department of the general post-office also, shewing the advantages of abolishing the tolls now collected on all public roads, and substituting a rate on each county for the maintenance and repairs, &c. &c. &c.
Fuge, Robert
London : Printed for T. Hurst, 1832 (London : Printed by T.H. Cornish and Co.)
1832
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Facts and reasons in support of Mr. Rowland Hill's plan for a universal penny postage
Ashurst, W. H. 1792-1855. (William Henry),
London : H. Hooper, 1838
1838
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Iames, by the grace of God king of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, defendour of the faith, &c. to all, to whome these presents shall come, greeting where as, in, and by certaine letters patents ... did thereby for us, our heires and successours, giue and grant vnto the said Matthew de Questor, and Matthew de Questor his sonne, the ... office or place of postmaster of England for foraine parts ..
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)
[London : B. Norton and J. Bill, 1623]
1623
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A letter on the late Post Office agitation
Vaughan, C. J. 1816-1897. (Charles John),
London : J. Murray, 1849
1849
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Mr. Rowland Hill's correspondence with the Treasury, with reference to his appointment and removal and to the introduction of the remaining parts of his plan of post-office improvement including those letters which have been withheld as well as those which are given in the official copy.
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
[England : s.n.], 1843 (London : W. Clowes)
1843
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On the establishment of an extra post for the purpose of multiplying and improving the means of postage communications between the distant and important parts of the kingdom
Burgess, Henry
London : Printed for the author, 1819 (London : Printed by J. and C. Adlard)
1819
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The Overland mail and the Austrian Lloyd's

London : G. Mann, 1847
1847
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Papers relative to the agreement made by government with Mr. Palmer for the reform and improvement of the posts
Palmer, John, 1742-1818
London : Printed for T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies, 1797
1797
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Papers relative to the agreement made by government with Mr. Palmer, for the reform and improvement of the posts
Palmer, John, 1742-1818
London : Printed for T. Cadell, Jun. and W. Davies, (successors to Mr. Cadell) in the Strand, 1797
1797
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The People's post boxpartial inquiry ...

London : Printed and published by E. Hancock, [1844?]
1844?
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Plan for expediting the mail from London to Edinburgh so that it shall arrive at one o'clock on the second day, (and eventually earlier,) proceed immediately for the north of Scotland, and cross at the Queensferry all the year in day-light.

Edinburgh : Printed for W. Blackwood, 1822
1822
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Post office reform its importance and practicability
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
[England? : s.n.], 1837 ([London] : Privately printed, by W. Clowes and Sons)
1837
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Post office reform its importance and practicability
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
London : C. Knight and Co., 1837
1837
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Post office reform its importance and practicability
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
London : C. Knight, 1837
1837
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Remarks on the conveyance of the mails between London and Paris shewing the advantages that would result by adopting the shortest route, by Folkestone and Boulogne.

London : E. Wilson, 1850
1850
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Requisites to the completion of Mr. Rowland Hill's plan of post-office improvement No. I.
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
London : C. Knight, 1843 (London : W. Clowes)
1843
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Results of the new postage arrangements
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
London : H. Hooper, 1841
1841
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The state and prospects of penny postage as developed in the evidence taken before the postage committee of 1843 : with incidental remarks on the testimony of the post-office authorities : and an appendix of correspondence
Hill, Rowland, Sir, 1795-1879
London : C. Knight, 1844
1844
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Two-penny post office regulations.
Great Britain. Post Office
[S.l. : s.n.], [1802] ([London] : Printed by March and Teape)
1802
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Wheras His Majesty taking notice of the daily infringement of the act of Parliament (for establishing a letter-office) by common carryers of goods &c. was pleased to issue forth his proclamation to inforce the execution of the said act amongst other things injoynd the post-master-general to settle fit correspondencies between the most considerable market-towns and the respective post-stages in England and Wales for conveyance of letters in post, to supply the pretended convenience by such common
England and Wales. Sovereign (1660-1685 : Charles II)
[London : s.n., 1669?]
1669?
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Whereas it hath pleased His Maiestie by his proclamation bearing date the xv. of May 1609. to publish his pleasure touching the ordinary posts of this realme ...
England and Wales. Sovereign (1603-1625 : James I)
Imprinted at London : By Robert Barker, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Maiestie, Anno Dom. 1615 [i.e. 1616]
1616
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