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POST-OFFICE INFORMATION.
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in the morning, during 15 minutes, for the London (day) mail; at 1 in the afternoon, during 30 minutes, for the Bath mail; at half-past 1 in the afternoon, for the Isle of Wight mail (which includes bags for Newport, Cowes, and Ryde in Summer, and for Newport and Cowes in Winter); and at 10 at night, for one hour, for the London (night) and Exeter mails.

5.—Hours for closing the Letter Box at the Receiving House at Mr. WeWsj 41, High-street.
At the Receiving House at Mr. Webb's, confectioner, 41, High-street, the letter box closes at 8 in the morning for the London (day) mail; at half-past 12 at noon for the Bath and Isle of Wight mails; at 5 in the afternoon for the Channel Islands* ship letter bags; and at half-past 8 at night for the London (night) and Exeter mails.
6.—Hours for closing the Letter Box at the other Receiving Houses.
' The following are the hours for closing the letterboxes at the various District Receiving Houses :—At Mr. Ure's, 19, Bedford-place, the letter box closes at half-past 6 in the evening; at Mr. Watson's, 2, Upper Saint Mary's-street, at 7 even, in summer, and 6 even, in winter; at Mrs. Hoare's, Onslow-road, quarter to 7 even.; at Bartley, half-past 6 even. ; at Beaulieu, quarter-before 7 even. ; atBevois Hill, half-past 6 even.; at Bittern, quarter-past 5 even.; at Botley, half-past 5 even.; at Bursledon, quarter-past 4 even.; at Exbury, 5 after.; at Fawley, 20 min. past 7 even.; at Four Posts, quarter to 7 even.; at Hamble, half-past 8 even.; at High--field, 6 even.; at Hythe, 8 even.; at Itchen Ferry, quarter to 7 even.; at Marchwood, half-past 8 even.; at Millbrook, 9 even.; at Nursling, half-past? even.; at Redbridge, 9 even.; at Shirley, 6 even.; at Shirley Common, 6 even.; at Swanick, 4 even.; at Swaithling, half-past 5 even.; at Totton, quarter past 8 even.; at West End, 5 even.
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7.—Regulations after the Letter Box is closed at the Office in
Hanover Buildings.
When the letter box is closed at the office in Hanover Buildings no letter put into the unpaid letter box, and whose route is by the mail about to be despatched, can be sent forward towards its destination until the next departure. Persons desirous of sending by the mail about to be despatched must apply at the office window within a certain period after the letter box is closed, as described in the next paragraph, and, by the payment of a stated fee, such letters, except in specified instances, can be forwarded.
8.—Fees for Letters after the Letter Box is dosed.
A fee of one penny is charged for letters to be sent by the Bath mail, for the first 15 minutes after the box is closed for that mail, after that period no letters can be sent.
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Fletcher 8; Co., Printers.
1845.
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