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MESSAGE
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POSITION
CLIENT REQUESTS
POSTMASTER GENERAL
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LETTER
PERSON
ADDRESS
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PHILADELPHIA
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USPS
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Definitions

  1. The postmaster is advised of the procedures for accepting the stamps and making the required accounting entries. (Web site)

First Postmaster

  1. Norman Kittson is the first postmaster.
  2. The post office was established in 1844, with William Hopkins as the first postmaster.

First Post Office

  1. The first post office was established in what is now North Dakota at Pembina with Norman Kittson as Postmaster. (Web site)
  2. On June 12, 1792, the town set up its first post office with William Tobey as its first postmaster.

Message

  1. User unknown As you can see, a carbon copy of the message (the Cc: header entry) was sent to the postmaster of Widener's CS department. (Web site)

Contact

  1. I encourage each of you to contact your local Postmaster and write your Congressman asking them to keep the mail processing in Alliance.

Succession

  1. The postmaster general is no longer in the presidential line of succession.

Franklin

  1. In 1774 the British displaced Franklin as postmaster but allowed him the right to mail letters free of postage. (Web site)
  2. Franklin became joint postmaster general of the colonies and undertook important reforms that led to a more efficient, regular, and quicker mail service. (Web site)

Position

  1. Hartranft returned to his home in Montgomery County in 1879, where he accepted the position of Postmaster.

Client Requests

  1. Notifies the postmaster of protocol errors, or client requests that contained unimplemented commands.

Postmaster General

  1. After the start of the American Revolution, he was appointed postmaster general of the colonies. (Web site)
  2. In 1891, when the newly-founded Liberal Party came to power, the new Prime Minister, John Ballance, appointed Ward to the position of Postmaster General. (Web site)
  3. Date stamp, earliest: devised by Henry Bishop, postmaster general of Great Britain, who made it in reply to criticism of letters delayed in the post. (Web site)

Member

  1. During most of that period, he was a member of the President's Cabinet and the postmaster was last in the presidential line of succession.
  2. It is governed by an 11-member board, who choose a Postmaster General; since the reorganization, the Postmaster General is no longer a member of the cabinet. (Web site)

Letter

  1. It has a message from the Postmaster General and information on what to look for if you suspect a letter or package may contain a harmful biological agent. (Web site)

Person

  1. Postmaster: The person who manages mail servers at an organization.

Address

  1. If you're sure that the address is correct, contact the postmaster of the site directly and ask him how to properly address it. (Web site)
  2. Most sites also have "Postmaster" aliased to a knowledgeable user, so you can send mail to this address to get help with mail.

Valid

  1. The name of the reserved local-part address is: Postmaster so that "Postmaster@domain" is required to be valid. (Web site)
  2. On July 1, 1913, the Postmaster General decreed that regular postage stamps would be valid for Parcel Post.

Stamps

  1. Use of these stamps was discontinued at the request of the British postmaster general. (Web site)

Office

  1. The person appointed postmaster shall reside within the delivery of the office to which he shall be appointed.

Clerk

  1. The position of clerk is a stepping stone for the careers of training officer and postmaster.

Refunds

  1. The postmaster at the local Post Office grants or denies requests for refunds for dated metered postage under 9.3. (Web site)

Philadelphia

  1. When his second term ended, Hartranft went to Philadelphia as Postmaster and Collector of the Port. (Web site)

Benjamin Franklin

  1. He was Postmaster General for a period, and during this time corresponded with Benjamin Franklin, his opposite number in the North American colonies.

Usps

  1. The request is processed by the USPS. The postmaster approves or denies the refund request.

Postal Service

  1. L. 91-375 inserted reference to Postal Service and substituted "officer or employee" for "postmaster or agent" in first par. (Web site)
  2. Postmaster General (PMG): The chief executive officer of the Postal Service, appointed by and serving at the pleasure of the Board of Governors.

Rowland Hill

  1. In the 1830s the Englishman, Rowland Hill who was later to become the Postmaster General, sent in his proposal for the introduction of stamps. (Web site)

Post Office

  1. Between 1719 and 1763, Ralph Allen, Postmaster at Bath, signed a series of contracts with the post office to develop and expand Britain's postal network. (Web site)
  2. Previously, letters were taken to a Post Office, where the postmaster would note the postage in the upper right corner.
  3. In 1846, when the Conservatives left office, Hill became Secretary to the Postmaster General, and then Secretary to the Post Office from 1854 until 1864. (Web site)

Postmaster

  1. In Austria it is reported that a postmaster named Eggarter had introduced stamps in his post office even before Rowland Hill. (Web site)
  2. Benjamin Franklin, who was appointed postmaster of Philadelphia in 1737, served as a deputy postmaster general for all the colonies from 1753 to 1774. (Web site)
  3. People took their letters, in person, to the receiver, or postmaster, purchased a stamp (after 1840) and handed over the letter. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Society > Politics > Government > Post Office
  2. Rowland Hill
  3. Postal Service
  4. Innovation > Inventions > Inventors > Benjamin Franklin
  5. Refunds
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