Return to an Order Dated 24. February 1846; Copies of the Orders or Regulations Resp. the Carriage of Letters and Newspapers

Return to an Order Dated 24. February 1846; Copies of the Orders or Regulations Resp. the Carriage of Letters and Newspapers

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1846 edition. Excerpt: ...following Schedule, marked (C.), is hereby published and prescribed, to take effect from the 1st of October next, in lieu of Tables 1, 2, 4, and 5 of Schedule (A.) of the Act above cited; and the postmasters-general and postmasters of the several presidencies of India are required, from and after the said 1st of October 1839, to levy postages on letters, parcels, and packages dispatched on or after that date at the rates specified in the Tables respectively of the said Schedule (C), hereunto annexed, until otherwise ordered and provided. (C.) SCHEDULE of Postage Duties on Letters, Law Papers, Accounts, and Vouchers, attested as such, with the full Signature of the Sender, and of Banghy Parcels, to be substituted for Tables 1, 2, 4, and 5 of Schedule (A.) Act XVII. 1837. For Table III., see Schedule (A.), Act No. XVII. of 1837, p. 7 IV.--Parcels sent by the Public Banghy not exceeding COO Tolas in Weight, nor 15 Inches long by 12 deep and 12 broad, or 2,160 Cubic Inches in size. Books, Pamphlets, Packets of Newspapers, and any written, printed, or engraved Papers sent by the Public Banghy, not exceeding 40 Tolas in weight, and packed in short Covers open at each end. By order of the Honourable the President of the Council of India in Council. (signed) H. T. Prinsep, Secy to the Govt 0f India. Ship Postage. (Bengal. Madras.) Our Governor of the Presidency of Fort William, in Bengal. Public Department, 5 February (No. 6) 1845. Para. 1. By the 14th and following sections of the Post-office Act, No. XVII. of 1837, passed by the Governor-general of India in Council, it is enacted that ship postage, according to certain specified rates, shall be levied on all letters and packets sent or received by sea through any Government post-office, and not...show more

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  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236909712
  • 9781236909718