2 edition of Bristol 5th Clause & Penny Posts 1793 to 1840 found in the catalog.
Bristol 5th Clause & Penny Posts 1793 to 1840
Ian M. Warn
|Statement||by Ian M. Warn.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||142|
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'BRISTOL 5TH CLAUSE AND PENNY POSTS TO ' BY IAN A fine fine copy of this superb hardback ( pages) with rarity guide. with excellent text about this service which extended delivery beyond the local Post Town.
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cards story of gb and her stamps. nos. of british stamps. "Standard" Penny Posts from Torquay to Exeter via Newton Abbot, charged 6d single postage (1d Penny Post to Newton Abbot + 5d General Post for miles to Exeter).
Torquay was a Newton Abbot Penny Post Receiving House fromthe crude boxed "No 1" receiving house handstamp appears to be a unique type. This is a list of ships of the line of the Royal Navy of England, and later (from ) of Great Britain, and the United list starts fromthe year in which the Royal Navy came into being after the restoration of the monarchy under Charles II, up until the emergence of the battleship aroundas defined by the Admiralty.
In this revealing and evocative book, John Penny recalls the extraordinary effect of World War Two on the lives of the inhabitants of Bristol.
After the British defeat at Dunkirk and the fall of France, Hitler's Luftwaffe turned its attention to bombing British cities, and Bristol was among the first to be s: 1.
collection of over covers, many with enclosures contained in a black binder, including pre-stamp, markings with Missent, Too Late, Free (with "Apple"), Paid At, undated circles, Penny Posts, Fifth Clause with Bristol, Shepton Mallet, Uniform 1d.
Post with a wide variety of types, Mileage, cancellations with distinctive. The Winifreds Dale Penny Post was established as part of the Bath 5th Clause Post of as a receiving house at Mr Turner's Shoe-Maker (above Winifred's Dale). This is mentioned in a extract from the Bath Chronicle headed POST-OFFICE BATH dated SEPTth and then apparently closed in (due to lack of custom?).
And finally here is a page from a Post Office Savings Bank Book with "WESTMORELAND. BATH / SOMERSET" single ring handstamps from January after the introduction of the uniform penny post in January but before the introduction of postage stamps in May The letter has been prepaid so only cost 1d.
5th Clause (19) Abbots. In the service between London and Plymouth was divided into fourteen stages, with rates varying according to the distance. The dearest was 2s 6d. Around the same period, the Widey Court Book tells us, Plymouth Corporation employed two men, Peter the Post and Russell the Post, presumably for delivering messages within the Town.
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In its 16th season, located at the corner of Radcliffe and Market Streets, the theatre provides plays of high quality. The Indian Head cent, also known as an Indian Head penny, was a one-cent coin ($) produced by the United States Bureau of the Mint from to It was designed by James Barton Longacre, the Chief Engraver at the Philadelphia Mint.
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This served as a revision to the act in that it plugged the previous acts loophole allowing the gin trade to continue via back street gin shops and makeshift stalls.
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