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[According to the New Post-Office Laws]

The Illustrated London News, vol. 40, no. 1140, p. 401.

April 19, 1862

According to the new post-office laws in the United States money can be sent through the post in the shape of money orders, at the rate of 2½d. for every ten dollars, and seeds, cuttings, and roots can be sent through the post at the rate of one halfpenny per ounce weight.

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