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By Philip Beale

ISBN-10: 1859284043

ISBN-13: 9781859284049

From Roman occasions till this century the enterprise of presidency has been principally performed through the writing of letters, both within the kind of directions or of authorisations to convey details orally. those records have been addressed to the recipient and authenticated by means of a seal or signature, usually having a greeting and a private end. The messengers who took them additionally carried copies of legislation and rules, summonses to courts and no matter what else was once wanted for the management of the rustic. with out a technique of fast supply to all involved there will be no potent govt. Separate postal prone built to fulfill the desires of nobles, the church, retailers, cities and the general public. This ebook discusses 3 meanings of the notice ’post’: the letters, those that carried them, and the technique of distribution. It exhibits that there's a few continuity from Roman instances and that the postal provider tested all through England after the conquest of 1066 persevered till 1635 whilst it used to be formally prolonged to the general public, hence beginning its amalgamation with the opposite services.

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