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POST-OFFICE INFORMATION.
One penny each must be prepaid on Newspapers to Holland.
Twopence each must be prepaid on newspapers to the following places:—, viz., China (via Southampton), Cuba or Havannah, Egypt, Guadeloupe, Martinique, St. Croix, St. Martin, St. Thomas, Surinam, Syria, United States, the continent of Europe (with the exception of those places, to which it has been previously stated that newspapers can be sent free) ; to India, (via Marseilles); to South America (except Brazil, Buenos Ayres, Peru, Caraccas, Colombia, & La Guayra). Newspapers can be forwarded to British colonies by private ships, on the prepayment of one penny each. Also to the following places for the same postage, via Cape of Good Hope, Mauritius, New Zealand, East Indies, St. Helena, Western Coast of America, Sydney, New South Wales, Van Dieman's Land, Swan River, South Australia, Chili, Peru, Guatimala, and the Western Coast of Africa, including St. Mary's River, Gambia, Sierra Leone, Cape Coast Castle, Fernando Po, Isle of Ascension. To China, Castle Senegal, and a portion of the Coast of Africa, 2d. each. All newspapers directed to places abroad, must be posted within seven days from the date of publication.
Newspapers printed and posted in the British colonies are delivered free in this country.
Newspapers from Foreign parts, to which English newspapers can be sent free from England, are delivered in this country free of postage, France excepted, ~d. each being charged on newspapers from that country. On newspapers from all other parts abroad 2c?. each is charged, except Holland which is 1 d.
Newspapers need not be sent by post to parts where they are sent free of postage.
Newspapers must be printed in the language of the country in which they are posted, to be entitled to the above mentioned privileges, with the exception of Galignani's Messenger, the Parisian Bell, Irzeei Mai, and the Dyiennick Naradosey (published in France), Dziennick Niod (published in Lemberg), Sygdnick (published in St. Petersburg), Orgdunick Nankonoy (published in Posen), Gazeta Warsawska ("published in Warsaw).
35.—Newspapers to mid through France.
Newspapers for France are sent free by packet, and for W. by private ship. For Spain, \d. For Portugal, Sardinia, Tuscany and Lucca, Switzerland, Bavaria, Northern States of Europe (see note 6, p. 20), Baden, German States (see note c, p. 20), Prussia, Belgium, Holland, Austrian Dominions (see note o, p. 20), Cities of Cracow and Belgrade, Southern Italy, Wallacia, Moldavia, Turkey in Europe, Scutari, Southern Poland (see note d, p. 20), Southern Russia (see note e, p. 20), to Alexandria, Smyrna, The Dardanelles, Constantinople, Tuscany, Two Sicilies, Papal States, Malta, Ionian Islands, per French packet via Marseilles, and to any British colony or Foreign country (except in the Mediterranean), by private ship or French packet from any port in France, twopence each. To Greece, by French packet, one penny. To Malta, Alexandria, India, and Ionian Islands, by British packet from Marseilles, threc-pence each.
Fletcher Sf Co., Printers.
1845.
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