Post mark

POST MARK. A stamp or, mark put on letters in the post office.
     2. Post marks are evidence of a letter having passed through the post office. 2 Camp. 620; 2 B. & P. 316; 15 East, 416; 1 M. & S. 201; 15 Com. R. 206.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Tourists enjoy its picturesque scenery and can go inside the building for a commemorative stamp or post mark and can even purchase post office memorabilia.
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Editor of the Daily Post Mark omas said that with just 62 days remaining the manifesto was an important chance for the people of North Wales to have their voice heard by the next UK Government.
The commemorative postage stamp along with a special post mark and first day cover of the issue will be available from July 30 for public consumption and philatelists at all general post office in the country, said a press release.
The commemorative postage stamp along with a special post mark and first day cover of the issue is now available for public consumption at all General Post Offices in the country.
The Brannans used the significance of Cardinal Newman to the Pope and Birmingham for the image on the post mark, which displays a silhouette of the Cardinal and will be on sale at the shop from September 19, priced at pounds 4.95.
SAO LOURENCO DA MATA: Overgrown grass, shacks and a farm animal s head skewered on a post mark this spot in northeastern Brazil that in four years is meant to house a state-of-the-art stadium fit for the 2014 World Cup.
In an e-mail to the Daily Post Mark thanked all his supporters.
Nine days later, on Christmas Eve, the card finally arrived at John's home bearing a post mark from the Iranian capital Tehran.
Letters bearing a post mark of Kansas City are being sent out asking for a fee to be paid in return for prizes up to pounds 600, 000.
Worth noting was award-winner Post Mark Lick by Sonia Bridge, a sumptuous four-minute concoction of old postage stamps assembled in "photo-gram" animation.