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" To use, or attempt to use, in payment of postage, a postage stamp or stamped envelope, or any stamp cut from any such stamped envelope which has been before used in payment of postage, is punishable with a fine of fifty dollars. In using Postal Cards,... "
Sholes' Memphis Directory for ... and Guide to the Taxing District, Shelby ... - Page 23
1883
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Every Man His Own Lawyer and Business Form Book: A Complete Guide in All ...

John Gaylord Wells - Law - 1875 - 600 pages
...obliged to affix stamps to letters, nor aie they obliged to make change except as a matter of courtesy. To use, or attempt to use, in payment of postage, a postage stamp or stamped envelope, or any stamp cut from any such stamped envelope which has been before used in payment of postage, is punishable...
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Footprints of the Ages: Our Method of Government and Centennial History ...

Jerome Bonaparte Washington - United States - 1876 - 1119 pages
...obliged to make change except as a matter of courtesy. Neither should they give credit for postage. To use, or attempt to use, in payment of postage, a postage stamp or stamped envelope, or any stamp cut from any such stamped envelope which has been before used, in payment of postage, is...
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The Pawtucket and Central Falls Directory

Metcalf, E.S. & Co - 1877
...payment of postage. Letters deposited in a post office having such matter affixed are held for postage. To use or attempt to use in payment of postage, a postage stamp or stamped envelope, or any stamp cut from any such stamped envelope which has been before used in payment of postage, is punishable...
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History of Knox County, Illinois

Illinois - 1878 - 718 pages
...payment for postage. Letters deposited in a postoffice having such matter affixed are held for postage. To use, or attempt to use, in payment of postage a postage stamp, or stamped envelope, or any stamp cut from such stamped envelopes, which has been before used in payment of postage, is punishable...
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Every Man His Own Lawyer: And Business Form Book

John Gaylord Wells - Commercial law - 1879 - 612 pages
...obliged to affix stamps to letters, nor aie they obliged to make change except as a matter of courtesy. To use, or attempt to use, in payment of postage, a postage stamp or stamped envelope, or any stamp cut from any such stamped envelope which has been before used in payment of postage, is punishable...
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Norwood's Knoxville Directory

1884
...address, as they will thus be rendered unmailable. Nothing whatever must be attached to a postal card. To use, or attempt to use in payment of postage, a postage stamp or stamped envelope which has been used before in payment of postage, or a stamp cut from any such stamped envelope and...
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