United States Official Postal Guide

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Page 70 - Packets, composed of four or more pieces of paper, and weighing one ounce or more, are to be charged with single postage for each quarter of an ounce; except letters conveyed by water mails, which are not to be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the packets actually contain more than four distinct letters.
Page 70 - ... quarter of an ounce : except letters conveyed by water mails, which are not to be charged with more than quadruple postage, unless the packets actually contain mure than fo4r distinct letters Newspapers.
Page 70 - Triple Letters, or those composed of three pieces of paper, are charged with triple those rates. Quadruple Letters, or those composed of four pieces of paper, are charged with quadruple those rates.
Page 70 - But if carried to any post office in the State in which it is printed, whatever be the distance, the rate is 1 Magazines and Pamphlets, Are rated by the sheet.

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