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" ... speedy delivery of the mail. Private enterprise might transmit and deliver the mail between large cities at rates lower than those charged by government ; but the reverse would be the case between smaller places, and as the majority live in the country,... "
Union of the Post-office and Telegraph: Letter to the Postmaster General on ... - Page 3
by Gardiner Greene Hubbard - 1868 - 32 pages
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States - 1869
...in transmission, low and uniform rates, and ample facilities for the reception of letters, and the speedy delivery of the mail. Private enterprise might...than those, charged by government, but the reverse »•mild l>e the case U-tween smaller places, and as the majority live in the, country, the few would...
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The Association Review, Volume 8

Deaf - 1906
...secrecy in transmission, low and uniform rates and ample facilities for the reception of letters, and the speedy delivery of the mail. Private enterprise might...the majority live in the country, the few would be benefitted at the expense of the many." He urged the importance to the business community of earlier...
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