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The fact that prepayment was optional, may have influenced the demand for these values.
That from and after April 1st, 1855, prepayment by stamps, stamped envelopes or in money is compulsory.
The roads not only refused to pro-rate, but actually demanded prepayment of freights from Galveston on, as local rates.
These were required for prepayment of soldiers' letters to the United Kingdom.
The memorialists also desired that letters might be sent to the United States without prepayment of postage.
Prepayment or payment on delivery of letters should be optional, and franking abolished.
There is a red stamp of the value of two cents for prepayment of the registration charges on letters within the Dominion.
Each half of the double card will bear a one-cent postage stamp impressed thereon in prepayment.
This stamp will be available for the prepayment either of registration fee and postage combined, or of postage only.
There is a red stamp of the value of two cents for the prepayment of the registration charges on letters within the Dominion.

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