postage that was not prepaid and becomes due upon delivery; also, a stamp indicating this
Letters not prepaid were stamped with the postage due in the London Office when they were sent from London.
The postage due on such articles was charged to the several public departments concerned.
Those that indicate postage to be paid differ from postage due stamps in no respect except that they are not adhesive.
The arrangements for the collection of the postage due to each administration were somewhat peculiar.
A postoffice in charge of Mrs. Santa Claus is recommended, where each pays five cents postage due for packages and postcards.
Insufficiently paid letters posted in and addressed to Canada are charged with double the amount of the postage due thereon.
But there were the new discoveries to talk about, and the reduction of postage due to the old administration.