Dean and Chapter of St. Paul's Office, 5, | Judgment Office (Queen's Bench Office), Dean's-court, 94 to 5

Inner Temple; hours the same as the Dean and Chapter of Westminster's Office, Writ Office 19, Benet's-hill, 94 to 5

Land Revenue Office. See Board of Works Declaration Office, Queen's Bench Office, Land Tax Office for London, Guildhall

Inner Temple; hours same as Writ Office buildings, 10 to 4
Doctors' Commons, south side of St. Paul's Land Tax Office for Middlesex, 24, Red

Lion-square, 10 to 4 Duchy of Cornwall Office, Somerset-place, Land Tax Register Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4

10 to 4 Duchy of Lancaster Office, Lancaster Legacy Duty Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4 place, Waterloo-bridge, 10 to 4

Lord Chamberlain's Office, Stable-yard, St. East India House, Leadenhall-street, Trea James's, 11 to 4

sury, 9 to 3; other departments, 9 to 4 Lord Chancellor's Secretary's Office, Qua Ecclesiastical Commission, 5, Whitehall lity-court, 10 to 4 place, 10 to 4

Lord Mayor's Court Office, 7, Old Jewry, Education, Commissioners for, Whitehall 10 to 4 Enclosure Commission Office

Lunatic Office, Quality-court, ChanceryError Office for Allowance and Transcript lane, 10 to 4

(Q.B. and C.P.), Serjeants' Inn, Chancery- | Lunatic Visitors' Office, 45, Lincoln's Inn lane, 10 to 4 in Term ; 12 to 2 vacation Fields, 10 to 4 Examiners' Office, Rolls-yd., Chancery-la., Marshal and Associate's Office, (Q.B. and

10 to 4 in Term, and 11 to 3 in vacation C.P.) Rolls'.gardens, 11 to 2 and 6 to 8; Exchequer of Pleas Office, 7, Stone-bldgs., in vacation, il to 2

Old-square, 11 to 5 in Term; 11 to 3 in Ditto (Exchequer), 5, Child's-place, 11 to 3 vacation, except from August 10 to Oct. and 6 to 8; in vacation, 11 to 2 24, when 11 to 2 only

Masters in Chancery Office, 25, SouthampExchequer Bill Loan Office, S. Sea House, ton-buildings, 10 to 4; vacation, 11 to 2; 10 to 4

long vacation, 11 to 1 Exchequer Rule Office, 7, Stone-bdgs., Lin. Masters Office, Q.B., King's Bench-walk,

coln's Inn, in Term, 11 to and 6 to 8; Temple; C.P., Serjeants'-inn, Chancery

in vacation, 11 to 3; long vacation, 11 to 2 lane; Exch. Stone-buildings, Lincoln's. Excise Office, Broad-street, 9 to 3

inn, 11 to 5; in vacation, 11 to 3; from Excise Export Office, 49, Great Tower 10 Aug. to 23 Oct. 11 to 2 street, 9 to 3

Metropolitan Buildings, 3, Trafalgar-sq., Factories Inspectors Office, 15, Duke-st., 10 to 4 Westminster, 10 to 4

Metropolitan Commissioners in Lunacy, Faculty Office, 10, Gt. Knight Rider-st., 9 to 7 19, New-street, Spring-gardens, 10 to 4 First Fruits' Office, Dean':-yard, West- Metropolitan Roads, North of the Thames, minster, consolidated with Queen Anne's 22, Whitehall-place, 10 to 5 Bounty Office, 10 to 4

Metropolitan Police Office, Scotland yard, Foreign Office, 15 and 16, Downing-street 10 to 4 Gazette-office, St. Martin's-lane

Middlesex Registry, Bell-yard, TempleGazette Advert. Office, 42, Chancery-lane bar, 11 to 3 for searches; 11 to 2 for General Board of Health, Gwydyr House, leaving deeds Whitehall-place, 10 to 4

Navy Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4 General Register Office of Births, Deaths, Office of Coroners for Middlesex, 35, Bed

and Marriages, 7 & 8, Somerset-place, 10 ford-square to 4

Office for taking Affidavits in Chancery, Great Seal, Patent Office, Quality-court, Q.B., C.P., and Excheq,, Ireland, and Chancery-lane, 10 to 4

Irish Deeds Registry Office, 10, SouthGreenwich Out-Pension Office, Tower-hill, ampton-buildings, Chancery-lane, 10 to 4 10 to 4

Ordnance Office, 86, Pall Mall, 10 to 6; Hackney Carriage Office, at Excise Ofice and Tower, 10 to 4 Half-pay Office. See Army Pay Office Patent Bill Office, 13, Serle-st., Lincoln's Hawkers' and Pedlers' Office, Somerset inn, 10 to 4 House, 10 to 4

Patent Office, Great Seal, Quality-court, Heralds' College Office, St. Benet's-hill, 10 to 4 Doctors' Commons, 10 to 4

Pay Office of the Army consolidated. See Home Office, Whitehall, 10 to 4

Navy Army Pay Office. Inrolment Office, 2, Chancery-lane, 10 to Peculiar of Archb. of Canterbury's Office, 4; vacation 10 to 2

5, Bell-yard, Doctors' Commons, 9 to 7 Insolvent Debtors' Ct., Portugal-st. 10 to 4 Petty Bag Office, Rolls'-yard (C.), 10 to 6; Invalid Office, 4, Northumberland-street, long vacation, 10 to 4 Strand, 10 to 4

Plantation Office, Whitehall, 11 to 3 Irish Office, 18, Great Queen-street, West Police Offices, 10 to 5 minster, 11 to 5

Poor Law Commission, Somerset H., 10 to 4 Joint Stock Company's Registration Office, Post-horse Tax Office, at the Excise Office Serjeants’-inn, Fleet-street, 10 to 4

Post Office, St. Martin's-le-Grand Judge Advocate's Office, 35, Great George. Prerogative Court, College-sq., Doctors' street, Westminster, 10 to 4

Commons, 10 to 4 Judges' Chambers, Rolls' Gardens, Chan Prerogative Will Office, 6, Great Knight

cery-lane, 11 to 5; vacation, II to 3; Rider-street, 9 to 4, and 9 to 3 in long vacation, 11 to 2


Presentation Office, Quality-court, 10 to 4 Scottish Corporation Office, Crane-court,
Prevention of Cruelty Society, 12, Pall Fleet Street, 10 to 4
Mall, 10 to 4

Secondary's Office, 5, Basinghall-st., 10 to 7 Privy Seal and Signet Office, 28, Abingdon- Secretary's Office, Lord Chancellor's, Quastreet, 10 to 3

lity-court, Chancery-lane, 10 to 4; Rolls, Property-Tax Department, Stamp Office, Chancery-lane, 10 to 3; vacation, 11 to 1 Somerset House, 10 to 4

Sheriff of Middlesex's Office, Red Lion-sq. Public Accounts Office. See Auditors' Office Hours as Writ Office Public Office in Chancery, Southampton- Signet Office. See Privy Seal

buildings, 10 to 4; in long vacation, 11 to Solicitor-General's Office, 6, New-square, * 1; no attendance on Saturdays

Public Record Office-Head Office, Rolls' Sons of the Clergy, 2, Bloomsbury-place,

House, Chancery-lane. Branch Offices, Bloomsbury-square
Rolls' Chapel, Tower, Chapter House, Stage Coach Duty Office, at Excise

Poet's Corner, and Carlton Ride, 10 to 4 Office
Public Works Loan Office, S. Sea House Stamp Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4. No
Queen Anne's Bounty Office, Dean's-yard, money received after 3

Westminster; Treasurer's Department, State Paper Office, 12, Duke-street, West10 to 2; Secretary's and First Fruits and minster, 11 to 4 Tenths Department, 10 to 4

Stationery Office, James-street, BuckingQueen's Bench Office, King's Bench-walk, ham-gate, 10 to 4.

Temple; hours as the Writ Office Stock Exchange, Capel.court, Bank, 10 to 4 Queen's Remembrancer Office, 22, Duke- Subpoena Office, Rolls-yard, 11 to 4 in street, Westminster, 10 to 4

Term, and 11 to 1 in vacation only Railway Board, 22, Great George-street Surveyor of Crown Lands, 8, RichmondReceiver's Office for Greenwich Hospital, terrace. See Board of Works Tower Hill, 10 to 4

Tax Office, Somerset-place, 10 to 4 Record and Writ Clerks' Omice, Chancery- | Taxing Master's Office, Staple-inn, 10 to

lane, 10 to 4 in Term and during the 4; vacation, 11 to 1 Seals, at other times 11 to 2

Tenths Office, consolidated with Queen Register of Bankrupts, 2, Quality-court, Anne's Bounty Office, 10 to 2

Chancery-lane, 10 to 4; during the long Tithe Commissioners' Office, 9, Somersetvacation, 11 to 3

place, 9 to 6 Register Office of the Dean and Chapter of Transport Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4

St. Paul's, 5, Dean's-court, Doctors'. Treasurer for the County of Middlesex's commons, 9 to 5

Office, Clerkenwell Sess.- house, 10 to 3 Registrar Office, Chancery-lane (C.) 10 to 2 Treasury Office, Whitehall, 10 to 4 Registrar of Metropolitan Surveys, 3, Tra Vicars General and Peculiars' Office, Bellfalgar-square

yard, Doctors' Commons, 9 to 7 Registry of Designs, 35, Lincoln's-inn-fields Victualling Office, Somerset House, 10 to 4 Report and Entries Office, Chancery-lane, War Office, Horse Guards, 10 to 4 9 to 3; vacation, 11 to 1

Wine Licence Office, Excise Office, BroadRoyal Marine Office, 22, New-st., Spring street, City, 10 to 3 gardens, 10 to 5

Woods, Forests, and Land Revenues, Public Rule Office (Q.B.), Queen's Bench Office, Works and Buildings Office, Whitehall.

Inner Temple, 11 to 3, and 6 to 8, in place, 10 to 4

Term; in vacation, as Writ Office Writs Office (Q.B.), Queen's Bench Office, Rule Office (C.P.), 11 to 3, and 6 to 8, in King's Bench-walk, Temple, 11 to 4, Term; in vacation, as Writ Office

vacation, 11 to 3; long vacation, li School of Design, Somerset House

to 2
Tuesday January 8 April 9

July 9 October 8 Wolverhampton... Wednesday,


9 Birmingham.. Thursday,


10 Stourbridge Friday..


11 Dudley. Saturday


12 4. HACKNEY-CARRIAGE FARES. time not exceeding half an hour, one shil

All vehicles, whether on two or more ling, and sixpence for every additional quarwheels, plying for passengers in any part ter of an hour, or fractional part thereof, of the metropolis, within five miles of the

CABRIOLETS. General Post Office, with the exception of

For every hackney.carriage drawn by those licensed as stage-coaches, are deemed

one horse only, two-thirds of the rates and hackney-carriages within the provisions of fares above-mentioned. the Aet.

Fares according to Distance...For every RATE OF ALLOWANCE TO WITNESSES. hackney.carriage drawn by two horses any For Attendance and Expenses. per day. distance not exceeding one mile, one shil. Surgeons, Surveyors, and Attorneys 2 2 0 ling, and sixpence for every additional Merchants

1 1 0 half-mile or fractional part of half a mile.


• 0 15 0 Journeymen Mechanics

070 Fares according to Time.--For every

For Travelling

1s. Od. a mile, hackney-carriage drawn by two horses any | The Attorney in the cause


METROPOLITAN WATER COMPANIES, WITH THEIR OFFICES. Chelsea-16, Great Queen-st., Westminster Lambeth-139, Blackfriar's-road East London-16, St. Helen's-place

New River-New River Head, near Sad Grand Junction-7, Brooke-st., Grosvenor ler's Wells square

Southwark and Vauxhall-Sumner-street, Hampstead_43, Frederick-place, Hamp Southwark stead-road

West Middlesex-20, Nottingham-place, Kent--Mill-lane, Deptford


European—39, Finsbury-circus Bow-Old Ford

Imperial--33, John-street, Bedford-row British-11, George-yard, Lombard-street, Independent-Haggerston and 105, Broad-street, Ratcliff

London-26, Southampton-street, Strand Chartered—19, New Bridge-street, Black Phenix-64, Bankside friars.

Poplar-King-street, Poplar City of London--Dorset-street, Salisbury- Ratcliff_189, Wapping High-street square

South Metropolitan-Canal Bridge, Old Commercial_Ben Jonson's Fields, Stepney Kent-road Deptford-Creek-street, Deptford

United General-6, Austin Friars Equitable--21, John-street, Adelphi, and Western--33, Clement's-lane, LombardThames-bank, Westminster


LONDON FIRE ENGINE ESTABLISHMENT, 68, WATLING-STREET. The following are the stations at which Engines are to be found, both Day and Night. Ratcliffe_Wellclose-square

Blackfriars—Farringdon street Cheapside-68, Watling-street

Covent Garden_Chandos-street Holborn-No. 254, High Holborn

St. Giles's-George-yard, Crown-street Oxford-street_Wells-street

Golden-square-King-street Portman-square-King-st., Baker-street Tooley-street, 147 Southwark Bridge-road

Waterloo Bridge-road Westminster-Horseferry-road

Shadwell-Broad-street Rotherhithe_Lucas-street

The Floating Engines lie off King's Stairs, St. Mary Axe-Jeffries-square

Rotherhithe, and Southwark Bridge Finsbury-Whitecross-street

Superintendent-Mr. J. Braidwood, 68, Watling-street.


lopes are to be purchased at every post* TAE Receiving Houses are open for office, as well as at most stationers, at the general post letters till half-past five, or till rate of Is. 1fd. per dozen of penny and 2s. 2d. six P.M., if the letters be pre-paid by stamps, per dozen of twopenny envelopes, and this and bear an additional id. stamp as a fee; rate is most rigidly ordered to be observed and at St. Martin's-le-Grand and the Branch in all fractional parts of the dozen. Shilling Offices, at Charing Cross, Old Cavendish stamps and tenpenny stamps are also now street, Stones' End, Southwark, and Lom issued. bard-street, till six without fee; at the first Newspapers, to go the same day, must be three Branch Offices till a quarter to seven; put into the General Post Office before six at Lombard-street and the General Post o'clock; but those put in before half-past Office, St. Martin's.le-Grand, till seven, with seven o'clock will go the same evening by an additional id. stamp; and at St. Martin's paying a halfpenny with each. In the le-Grand till half-past seven P.M., with a fee branch offices they must be put in before of 6d. The extra penny on all inland letters half-past 5, and at the Receiving Houses beto be paid by a stamp, but upon foreign, fore 5. They must be sent in covers, open at colonial, or ship letters the penny must be the sides, and, to go free, no words or compaid in money.

munication must be printed on such paper General post letters are charged by after the same shall have been published, nor weight, as follows:

any writing or marks upon such printed Letters not exceeding $ oz., one postage paper, or the cover thereof, other than the Do.

1 oz., two postages name and address of the person to whom it Do.

four postages is sent; but, by affixing a stamp conspiDo.

3 oz., six postages; cuously on the cover, the paper itself may and so on, adding two postages for every be written on, but this exemption does not ounce; but parliamentary papers are an apply to papers sent abroad. If addressed exception. The price of a postage is ld., to persons who have removed, they may be which must be pre-paid, either by money re-directed, and sent free of extra charge. or the use of a stamp, or it will be charged Failure in these conditions subjects the double, and if the weight of the letter paper to the same rate of postage as an unshould exceed the value of the stamps at paid letter. Single books may also be sent tached, the excess will be charged double : by post, open at the ends, at the rate of 6d. thus, a letter weighing more than half an per pound, which must be pre-paid by ounce, but not exceeding an ounce, if bear stamps, every fraction being reckoned as a ing ld. stamp only, will be charged an ad pound. ditional 2d. on delivery. Stamped enve British newspapers sent to foreign coun.

2 OZ.,

tries (where they are permitted to go free granted by every post-town upon every through the foreign post) go free: but if other post town in the United Kingdom, otherwise, they are charged a British post on application at the various offices; and age of 2d. each; or a rate equivalent to the also by and upon certain offices in the meforeign rate. French and Belgium news. tropolis, of which the postmasters are furpapers are subject to a postage in England nished with a list, for which a commission of one halfpenny. English papers pay in of 3d. for Two Pounds, and 6d. for any sum France a postage of 5 centimes,

above Two Pounds and not exceeding Five Newspapers to and from the Colonies are Pounds, is charged. They must be pretransmitted free (unless sent by private sented for payment within the second calenships), and must be posted within a week dar month after their issue or a fresh order of their publication.

will be charged for, and within the twelfth MORNING MAILS.

calendar month, or they will not be paid at The Letter Boxes at the Receiving all. Post Office Orders are recommended Houses will be open till seven A.M. for news

for small sums; and, if neither that nor repapers, and 7.45 A.M. for letters; and those gistration be adopted, that all bills, notes, at the branch offices, Charing Cross, Old &c., be cut in halves, and sent by different Cavendish-street, and the Borough, for the posts; the numbers, dates, &c., should also reception of newspapers until half-past be carefully taken. No money orders are seven A.m., and for letters until eight A.M. issued or paid on a Sunday. At the General Post Office and the Branch The following is a List of Receiving Office in Lombard-street, the boxes will Houses within the limits of the London close for newspapers at a quarter before District Post appointed for the issue and eight A.m., and for letters at half-past eight payment of money orders :A.M. Mail despatched at half-past nine A.M. Within the Three Mile Circle.

General Post Office, St. Martin's-le-Grand, No person will be permitted hereafter Branch Offices – Borough, Charing Cross, to send or receive letters free of postage. Old Cavendish Street, Lombard Street Members however of either House of Par (for issuing orders only) liament will be entitled to receive, free of Battle Bridge, No. 1, Pleasant Row charge, petitions addressed to either House Bloomsbury, No. 1, Broad Street of Parliament, provided they are sent Camberwell Green without covers, or in covers open at the Camden Town, No. 98, High Street sides, and do not exceed the weight of City Road, No. 36, near Old Street thirty-two ounces. Addresses to Her Ma. Clerkenwell Green, No. 41 jesty will likewise go free of postage. Coventry Street, Soho, No. 1

The rates on newspapers and letters of Dockhead, No. 11 soldiers and sailors will remain unaltered, Gray's Inn Lane, No. 43, Up. North Place with the exception, however, that the pri- Great Surrey Street, No. 231 vilege now given to soldiers' and sailors' Great Tower Street, No. 36 letters will be restricted to the cases in Hackney, No. 8, Church Street which they shall not exceed half an ounce High Holborn, No. 62 in weight.

Islington, No. 86, Upper Street Letters exceeding 4 oz. in weight, must Kennington Cross, No. 2 be pre-paid in money or in stamps. With Kingsland Road, No. 4, Orchard Place this restriction, any weight may be sent by Lambeth, No. 33, Mount Street post; but the packet must not exceed two Limehouse, No. 54, Three Colt Street feet in length, and nothing should be posted Mile End, No. 6, Ireland Row which will not bear the crush in the letter Old Kent Road, No. 9, Northampton Place bags.

Oxford Street, No. 210 The rate of postage for Parliamentary Piccadilly, No. 65 Papers is id. for every 4 oz. They may be Pimlico, No. 28, Queen's Row also sent to Hamburgh, Bremen, or Lubeck, | Ratcliffe, No. 77, Broad Street viâ Hamburgh, open at the ends and pre- Shoreditch, No. 211 paid, if not exceeding 2 oz. for ld.; above Strand, No. 180, corner of Norfolk Street 2 oz. and not exceeding 3 oz. for 6d.; above Tottenham Court Road, No. 103 3 oz. and not exceeding 4 oz. for 8d.; and Upper Baker Street, No. 54 2d. per oz. extra up to 16 oz.

Walworth, No. 15, Crosby Row Letters containing coin or articles of Westminster, No. 8, Broadway value are recommended to be registered. Whitechapel Road, No. 1 Such letters and any others may be regis. Beyond the Three Mile Circle. tered at any of the receiving-houses in Barking Deptford Hendon London till 'five o'clock for the evening Barnet Dulwich Highgate mail, and at any post-office in the country Bexley Edgware Hounslow until within half an hour of the closing Brentford Edmonton Kensington of the bag to the place for which they are Bromley, Eltham Kingston directed. The fee in any case in Great Bri Kent Enfield Lewisham tain is 6d. and the postage, and to France Brompton, Greenwich Norwood 6d. and double the French postage. Such Carshalton Hammer Paddington letters bearing a sufficient number of stamps Chelsea smith Putney will pass as paid letters, but the registration Chiselhurst Hampstead Richmond fee must in every case be paid in money. Clapham Hampton Romford Money orders for sums under 52 are | Croydon

Harrow Southall




Shooter's Stratford Waltham Bavaria, via France

do. do. 05 Hill Sydenham Cross

Austrian Dominions and Unif. Brit. &

Cities of Cracow and Foreign rate, Stanmore Tooting


Belgrade, via France (under oz.) 15 Stoke Newing. Turnham Wcolwich Baden




do. 0 10 Switzerland do.

do. A money order granted upon London,

011 Belgium do.

do. 0 10 without specifying any particular office in Certain Northern States of Europe, for:) London, can only be paid at the General

warded through the Office of Tour and I 8 Post Office in St. Martin's-le-Grand. Where Taxis, via France

do. personal attendance is inconvenient, pay Certain States of Germany, served by the

13 ment may be obtained by receipting the

Office of Tour and Taxis, sia France dos

Wallachia and Moldavia, via France do. 19 order and giving the bearer information as Turkey in Europe (Belgrade excepted), 111 to the Christian name, surname, and oc and Scutari in Asia, via France do. cupation of the person who obtained the Constantinople, Scutari, Seres, and Salo

23 order.

nica, via Belgium, Prussia, or Hamburgh)
Galatz and Ibraila


22 FOREIGN LETTERS. Jassy and Bucharest do.

2 1 Foreign letters, when transmitted by Botuschany


1 11 packet, will be liable to the single rates of *Turkey in Europe, Wallachia, Moldavia, packet postage given in the Table below. and Servia (except the places above



1 5 By Packets from Southampton.

Southern Poland (viz. the Governments of Between the United


Cracow, Lublin, and Sandomier), and
Kingdom and

Southern Russia, via France do.

1 3 *Lisbon

Js. 9d. *Spain (by Southampton packet)

Alexandria, Beyrout, and Smyrna, by 2 2

1 3

French Packet, via Marseilles. do. S *Greece and Egypt (Alexandria ex


do. Puscany and Naples

do. cepted).

1 0 *Sardinia and Sicily


do. 1 3 Alexandria

1 6
Roman States


do. *Chile, Peru, and Western Coast of}2 0 Greece


do. 15 Malta


do. *Hayti and Foreign West India Islands

1 1 (Cuba excepted) 1 5 Malta by the monthly closed Mail, via

1 1 Marseilles


do. S *New Granada and Venezuela

1 0

do. *Mexico and Cuba.

1 & 2 3 #India

do. do. 1 10 Gibraltar

*Hong Kong

do. do. 1 10 Malta

*Ionian Islands

do. do. 18 Ionian Islands Honduras

By Packets from London. British West Indies (Jamaica and Ber 1 0

Prussia, via Hamburgh Unif. Brit. and bice excepted)

and Holland

For. rate, not

exceed. oz. 10 Kingston, Jamaica

Ditto, via Belgium do. under oz. Aden, Ceylon, India, and Hong Kong,

1 0 via Southampton

Mecklenburgh Schwerin, Meck* Madeira, via Lisbon

lenburgh Strelitz, Oldenburg, and 1 3 1 9 Saxony


do.) *Ditto, by West Indian Packet

1 10 Jamaica, the Packet (This includes the

German States (except Wurtem-
Port of Kingston ex-
Internal Colonial

burg) served by the Post Officei 4
of Tour and Taxis

do.) cepted . Berbice per

do. 21 half-ounce)

Poland .1 2 Russia

do, 17 By Packets from Falmouth.


do. 1 10
Packet Inland Single

Austrian States (by route of Bel-
Postage.t Rate.

18 gium and Holland

do. s. d.

d. s. d. *Madeira

Austrian Silesia and Gallicia, (do.
1 8
.. 2
1 10

1 3 *Brazil

2 7

of Hamburgh)
.. 2
2 9

All other parts of the Austrian
* Buenos Ayres
2 5

17 By Packels from Liverpool.


Uniform Brit. and For.
United States •} °Rate, not exceed. foz. 11 0

do. not exceeding 1 oz.

10 Hanover and Brunswick do.

09 Bermuda


Newfoundland :
Uniform Rate. 1 0


do. Nova

08 Hamburgh Scotia, New



08 Brunswick, & Prince Uniform Rate. 10

Oldenburgh Edward Island



do. Mecklenburgh Schwerin

0 10 Canada Uniform Brit. and For.


Uniform rate of 06

1 2

By Packets from Dover.


*Countries on the Continent of Europe, Belgium Brit. and For. (under oz.) 1 0

via Holland


08 *Countries on the Conti. Uniform British

*Java, do.


10 nent of Europe, via rate (not ex

*Sweden, Norway, and Belgium

ceeding oz.). 08 France and Algeria Brit. and For.

Mecklenburgh Stre1 (under oz.)

litz if addressed via

0 10 *Spain, Portugal, Sardinia, Tuscany, and

Hamburgh and not in Packet Inland Single Lucca, via


tended to be forwarded
0 10
do. S

Rate. Postage. Rate. *Prussia, Northern Rus

through Prussia

1 8 0 2 1 10 sia, Holland,

The single uniform rate on letters be. Sicilies, Papal States,

Brit. Modena, Parma, Placen

tween the United Kingdom and places be

rate, uot extia, Greece, Archipelago and tonian Islands, via

ceeding loz. O 5

yond sea (Hamburg and Lubeck ex

cepted, to which the postage is 6d. only), France.

when conveyed by private ship will be 8d., The Postage to all the places marked * must be paid in advance. + If not posted or delivered at the Port.

These Rates include the Internal Colonial Rate of 20. per half-ounce.


Countries on the Continent

of Europe, via Prussia




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