This expenditure was for lock-out pay, postages and rent of rooms.
There was no post office, there were no postages, and no copying machines.
Howe proposed that the postages from the route be devoted to its maintenance, and the balance be made up by the legislature.
The Postmaster-General had no power to make him any other compensation than the postages on the mail matter which he might carry.
In fixing the price Mr. Birchall wishes you to mention a sum that will include Copying and postages.
Previously all postages were collected entirely in money, prepayment being optional.
The Treasury tells me what it derives from postages, salt-tax, and customs.
The remainder of the shortage was made up partly by postages and partly by private subscriptions.
This was a great boon; it saved the bank some hundreds of pounds per annum for postages.
The postages are added up, separately at first, then altogether.