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United States Statutes at Large, Volume 1, Lists and Tables
United States Congress
Table No. V. Acts Relating to the Post-Office of the U.S.
TABLE NO. Ⅴ.


COMPRISING


THE ACTS OF CONGRESS


FROM 1789 T0 1845, INCLUSIVE,


RELATING TO THE POST-OFFICE OF THE U. S.


POST-OFFICE DEPARTMENT.


   
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Temporary Establishment of the Post-Office. An act for the temporary establishment of the post-office.(Obsolete.) Sept. 22, 1789
Vol. Ⅰ. 70
Post-Office. An act to continue in force for a limited time an act entitled “An act for the temporary establishment of the post-office.”(Expired.)Aug. 4, 1790
Vol. Ⅰ. 178
Post-Office. An act to continue in force for a limited time an act entitled “An act for the temporary establishment of the post-office.”March 3, 1791
Vol. Ⅰ. 218
Post-Office and Post-Roads established. An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.(Expired.)Feb. 20, 1792
Vol. Ⅰ. 232
Post-Office and Post-Roads. An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.(Repealed and supplied.)May 8, 1794
Vol. Ⅰ. 354
Post-Offices and Post-Roads. An act to amend the act entitled “An act to establish the post-offices and post-roads within the United States.”(Repealed.)Feb. 25, 1795
Vol. Ⅰ. 419
Post-Office and Post-Roads. An act in addition to the act entitled “An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.”(Repealed.)March 3, 1797
Vol. Ⅰ. 509
Post-Office and Post-Roads. An act to continue in force the fifth section of an act entitled “An act in addition to the act entitled ‘An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.’ ”(Obsolete and supplied.)March 28, 1798
Vol. Ⅰ. 547
Post-Office. An act to establish the post-office of the United States.(Repealed.)March 2, 1799
Vol. Ⅰ. 733
Postmaster-General to make a certain Contract. An act authorizing the Postmaster-General to make a new contract for carrying the mail from Fayetteville, in North Carolina, to Charleston, in South Carolina.(Obsolete.)Feb. 14, 1805
Vol. Ⅱ. 315
Post-Office. An act regulating the post-office establishment.(Repealed.)April 30, 1810
Vol. Ⅱ. 592
Compensation of the Assistant Postmaster-General. An act to fix the compensation of the additional assistant Postmaster-General.Jan. 17, 1811
Vol. Ⅱ. 615
Post-Office. An act in addition to an act to regulate the post-office establishment.(Repealed.)April 9, 1816
Vol. Ⅲ. 264
Post-Office. An act authorizing the Postmaster-General to contract, as in other cases, for carrying the mail in steamboats between New Orleans, in the State of Louisiana, and Louisville, in the State of Kentucky.March 2, 1819
Vol. Ⅲ. 496
Post-Office. An act to repeal part of an act, passed on the twenty-seventh day of February, one thousand eight hundred and thirteen, entitled “An act in addition to ‘An act regulating the post-office establishment.’ ”March 3, 1819
Vol. Ⅲ. 536
Repairs of the Post-Office, &c. An act to authorize the Postmaster-General to pay for certain repairs to the general post-office, and keep the engine-house, the fire-engine and apparatus in repair.March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 784
Post-Office. An act to reduce into one the several acts establishing and regulating the post-office department.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 102
Post-Office. An act amendatory of the act regulating the post-office department.March 2, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 238
Increase of the Salary of the Postmaster-General. An act to increase the salary of the Postmaster-General.March 2, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 239
Post-Office. An act to change the organization of the post-office department, and to provide more effectually for the settlement of the accounts thereof.July 2, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 80
Post-Office. A resolution to enable the Postmaster-General more readily to change the commencement of the contract year in the post-office department.March 2, 1837.
Vol. Ⅴ. 198
Express Mail. A resolution directing the postage on letters sent by the express mail to be paid in advance.(Obsolete.)Oct. 12, 1837.
Vol. Ⅴ. 207
Fire-proof Building in the General Post-Office. An act providing for the erection of a fire-proof building for the use of the general post-office department.March 3, 1839.
Vol. Ⅴ. 353
An Edition of the Laws of the United States and Regulations of the Post-Office Department. An act to provide for the publication of a new edition of the laws and regulations of the post-office department, and a perfect list of the post-offices in the United States.Aug. 29, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 538
Reduction of Postage, &c. An act to reduce the rates of postage, to limit the use and correct the abuse of the franking privilege, and for the prevention of frauds on the revenues of the post-office department.March 3, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 732
Reduction of Postage, &c. Joint resolution to fix the time when the act to reduce the rates of postage, to limit the use and correct the abuse of the franking privilege, and for the prevention of frauds on the revenues of the post-office department, passed at this session, shall go into effect.March 3, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 800



POST ROADS.


Post-Office and Post-Roads established. An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.(Expired.)Feb. 20, 1792.
Vol. Ⅰ. 232
Post-Office and Post-Roads. An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.(Repealed and supplied.)May 8, 1794.
Vol. Ⅰ. 354
Post-Offices and Post-Roads. An act to amend the act entitled “An act to establish the post-offices and post-roads within the United States.”(Repealed.)Feb. 25, 1795.
Vol. Ⅰ. 419
Post-Office and Post-Roads. An act in addition to the act entitled “An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.”(Repealed.)March 3, 1797.
Vol. Ⅰ. 509
Post-Office and Post-Roads. An act to continue in force the fifth section of an act entitled “An act in addition to the act entitled ‘An act to establish the post-office and post-roads within the United States.’ ”(Obsolete and supplied.)March 28, 1798.
Vol. Ⅰ. 547
Post-Roads. An act to alter and establish sundry post-roads.(Obsolete.)April 23, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 42
Post-Roads. An act further to alter and to establish certain post-roads.(Repealed.)March 3, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 125
Post-Roads. An act further to alter and establish certain post-roads, and for the more secure carriage of the mail of the United States.(Obsolete.)May 3, 1802.
Vol. Ⅱ. 189
Post-Roads. An act further to alter and establish certain post-roads, and for other purposes.March 26, 1804.
Vol. Ⅱ. 275
Post-Roads. An act further to alter and establish certain post-roads, and for other purposes.March 3, 1805.
Vol. Ⅱ. 337
Post-Roads. An act further to alter and establish certain post-roads, and for other purposes.(Obsolete.)April 21, 1806.
Vol. Ⅱ. 408
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads, and for other purposes.(Repealed.)March 3, 1807.
Vol. Ⅱ. 444
Post-Roads in Georgia and Ohio. An act to establish certain post-roads in the States of Georgia and Ohio.(Obsolete.)April 23, 1808.
Vol. Ⅱ. 491
Post-Roads. An act to establish post-roads.(Repealed.)April 28, 1810.
Vol. Ⅱ. 579
Post-Roads. An act to alter and establish certain post-roads.May 11, 1812.
Vol. Ⅱ. 730
Post-Routes to be established by the President of the United States in certain cases. An act authorizing the President of the United States to establish post-routes in certain cases.(Obsolete.)Jan. 14, 1813.
Vol. Ⅱ. 790
Post-Roads in Louisiana. An act to establish certain post-roads in the State of Louisiana.(Obsolete.)Feb. 27, 1813.
Vol. Ⅱ. 806
Post-Roads. An act to alter and establish certain post-roads.April 18, 1814.
Vol. Ⅲ. 130
Post-Roads. An act to establish post-roads.April 30, 1816.
Vol. Ⅲ. 334
Post-Roads. An act to alter and establish certain post-roads.(Obsolete.)March 3, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 363
Post-Roads. An act to establish and alter certain post-roads.April 20, 1818.
Vol. Ⅲ. 453
Post-Roads. An act to alter and establish certain post-roads.May 13, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 577
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads and to discontinue others, and for other purposes.May 8, 1822.
Vol. Ⅲ. 702
Post-Roads. An act to discontinue certain post.roads, and to establish others.March 3, 1823.
Vol. Ⅲ. 764
Public Road in Florida. An act to authorize the laying out and opening certain public roads in the territory of Florida.(Obsolete.)Feb. 28, 1824.
Vol. Ⅳ. 5
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads, and to discontinue others.March 3, 1825.
Vol. Ⅳ. 95
Post-Roads in Mississippi. An act appropriating of sum of money for the repair of the post-roads between Jackson and Columbus, in the State of Mississippi.April 20, 1826.
Vol. Ⅳ. 154
Post-Roads. An act to establish sundry post-roads.March 2, 1827.
Vol. Ⅳ. 221
Post-Roads. An act to establish sundry post-roads, and to discontinue others.May 24, 1828.
Vol. Ⅳ. 315
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads, and to alter and discontinue others, and for other purposes.June 15, 1832.
Vol. Ⅳ. 534
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads, and to alter and discontinue others, and for other purposes.July 2, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 90
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads, and to discontinue others.July 7, 1838.
Vol. Ⅴ. 271
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-roads.April 14, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 473
Post-Roads. An act establishing certain post-roads.Aug. 31, 1842.
Vol. Ⅴ. 568
Post-Roads in Florida. An act to establish certain post-roads in the territory of Florida.June 15, 1844.
Vol. Ⅴ. 669
Post-Roads. An act to establish certain post-routes.March 3, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 778



FRANKING PRIVILEGE.

Privilege of Franking to the Secretary of the Navy. An act to extend the privilege of franking letters and packets to the Secretary of the Navy.(Repealed and supplied.)June 22, 1798.
Vol. Ⅰ. 569
Privilege of Franking and Compensation to William Henry Harrison. An act extending the privilege of franking to William Henry Harrison, the delegate from the territory of the United States north-west of the Ohio, and making provision for his compensation.(Obsolete.)Jan. 2, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 4
Privilege of Franking to Martha Washington. An act to extend the privilege of franking letters and packages to Martha Washington.April 3, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 19
Franking Privilege. An act extending the privilege of franking letters to the delegate from the territory of the United States north-west of the river Ohio, and making provision for his compensation.(Obsolete.)Dec. 15, 1800.
Vol. Ⅱ. 88
Franking Privilege to John Adams. An act freeing from postage all letters and packets to John Adams.Feb. 25, 1801.
Vol. Ⅱ. 102
Banking Privilege extended to Delegates, and Compensation to Delegates. An act extending the privilege of franking and receiving letters tree of postage to any person admitted, or to be admitted, to take a seat in Congress as a delegate, and providing compensation for such delegate.Feb. 18, 1802.
Vol. Ⅱ. 130
Franking Privilege to Thomas Jefferson. An act freeing from postage all letters and packets from Thomas Jefferson.(Obsolete.)June 28, 1809.
Vol. Ⅱ. 552
Franking Privilege given to James Madison. An act freeing from postage all letters and packets to and from James Madison.(Obsolete.)March 1, 1817.
Vol. Ⅲ. 350
Post-Office. Franking Privilege. An act in addition to an act entitled “An act regulating the post-office establishment.”March 13, 1820.
Vol. Ⅲ. 548
Franking Privilege to Mrs. Madison. An act to extend the privilege of franking letters and packages to Dolly P. Madison.July 2, 1836.
Vol. Ⅴ. 107
Franking Privilege granted to Mrs. Harrison. An act authorizing the transmission of letters and packets to and from Mrs. Harrison, free of postage.Sept. 9, 1841.
Vol. Ⅴ. 461
Reduction of Postage, &c. An Act to reduce the rates of postage, to limit the use and correct the abuse of the franking privilege, and for the prevention of frauds on the revenues of the post-office department.March 3, 1845.
Vol. Ⅴ. 732