Posted by MARTIN on September 04, 1998 at 23:24:03:
In Reply to: I was providing charactor [sic] references. posted by Paul Andrew Mitchell, B.A., M.S. on September 04, 1998 at 21:59:31:
RE: The Supreme Law School
has chosen to do all of its business with the U.S. Postal
Service, since the USPS is rooted in supreme law authority. =====================================
On July 1st, 1863, 'free city delivery service' was instituted. Until this date all postal matter was picked up by the 'Patron' at the Post Office. Before this date 'customers' did not exist in postal Laws. Those today who receive mail at a P.O. Box or at an office, etc., are referred to as 'customers', which is, of course, a purely commercial term, and means anyone that receiving 'free delivery' is considered to be in a commercial venue.
In 1931, Clyde Kelly, a Member of the Post Office Roads Committee in Congress. wrote a book titled, 'United States Postal Policy'. 'On free delivery' he said [it] "brings benefit to every citizen of the United States, whether he lives in city, or country".
Kelly added, referring to the "benefits of the postal highway" that;
"It is more essential for the protection of the nation than the Army and the Navy; it is the democratic instrument of a democracy".
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