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MEMOIRS OF MATTHIAS DAMOUR.…

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Lo\DO\ P"ST-OFHCK.—The ordinary bflql ness o! each day ia tntettertt, in the Inland-offic atone, 3&,uOJ iettera received, and 40,000 «? (?3,475,000 annnaHy), exctusive of the nutabe? ? the foreign o6ice department and the Silip-letter, onice, and attogett.er independent of the T"'?* penny-poat. The Humbers of newspapers ??' ? vary frotn 23,000 to 60,000 (on Sunday 40,090, on Monday 50,00o), of which number aboot O,OO() are put into the oiiice ten minutes beforeto'clpc*' After that hour each newspaper is charged ooc halfpenny, which yietdsa revenue ofupwarda C' '£50U a-year, and of which 240,000 newspaper" are an"uaHy put into the office from 6 to a quarto beto'e 8 octock. The revenue def!ved f''? charges for ear'y delivery in London is f4,000, & 'he sum obtained by the charge oNd. on each leuet given to the postmen who go round with be! to collect the letters is .fj(,OUO a-yetr, giving7XU.OO% or neat ty 2,000 daily. The revenue of London .t6,000 a-week above £300:UOO a.year; andyetf of att this vast annuat revenue there has ontybet" lost by defaulters 1:23U in 25 ye..rs. The (raøk' amount in a morning to 4.0UO or 5,000, or more' Newspapers can oniy be franked for foreign parts to the nrst port at which the mai! arrive'; after this, they are charged postage according to their weight, in consequence of which, an Engttsh daHy newspaper costs in St. Petersburg)* A;40 8terlip per annum.

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