She looked at the superscription, at the post mark; and then put the letter down.
Mrs. Stafford gave it to her, saying—'From France, by the post mark?'
It bore no post mark; the captain of a steamboat had sent it over from a wood-yard.
It must be claimed and mailed in a letter bearing a post mark prior to the shooting of the match.
The next day, Cradock received a letter, of doubtful classicality, and bearing the Hammersmith post–mark.
I disguised the superscription in a feigned hand, and counterfeited tolerably, on the cover, the post mark of Dijon.
On the fourth morning appeared a letter addressed in an old-fashioned slanting handwriting, and bearing the Seaton post mark.
“Yes,” she said, trembling almost visibly after a glance at the post mark.
As he left the store he glanced at the post mark, and his heart jumped as he found it was that of a far western town.
It hardly needed the post mark, Cambridge, to make Jonathan sure who had sent it.