Postal service -- Employees -- Case studies. : Structural and regulatory changes and globalization in postal and telecommunications services: the human resources dimension : report for discussion at the Tripartite Meeting on the Human Resources Dimension of Structural and Regulatory Changes and Globalization in Postal and Telecommunications Services, Geneva, 1998 / International Labour Organization, Sectoral Activities Programme.
Postal service -- Employees -- Congresses. : Note on the proceedings : Tripartite Meeting on the Human Resources Dimension of Structural and Regulatory Changes and Globalization in Postal and Telecommunications Services, Geneva, 20-24 April 1998.
Postal service -- England -- Foreign mail -- Early works to 1800. : By the King. : Whereas heretofore sundry wayes haue bene deuised to redresse the disorders among the postes of our realme in generall, and particularly to preuent the inconueniences both to our owne seruice, and the lawfull trade of the honest merchants ...
Postal service -- England -- Handbooks, manuals, etc. -- Early works to 1800. : A brief director for those that would send their letters to any parts of England, Scotlaud, or Ireland. Or A list of all the carriers, waggoners coaches, posts, ships, barks, hoys, and passage-boats, that come to London, from the most parts and places, by land & sea : Alphabetically printed, so that none may pretend ignorance, who would gladly send, but know not where to carry their letters. With the dayes when they come, and when they return. And also to send letters to the most habitable parts of the world, and to have an answer.
Postal service -- England -- History -- 17th century. : For information to all people where to deliver their letters by the penny post : the following list is an account of the several houses within the city and liberty of Westminster to Temple-Bar without, and some adjacent parts, appointed by the undertakers for receiving letters and pacquets under a pound weight, to be conveyed to all or any part of the said city : as also of London, and all the weekly bills of mortality.
Postal service -- England -- Kent -- Early works to 1800. : Orders agreed vpon, and set downe by the right honourable Sir William Brooke Knight, L. Cobham, and L. VVarden of her Maiesties Cinque Ports : and the right worshipfull Thomas Randolph Esquire, master and comptroller generall of all her Highnesse postes, for her Maiesties seruice, concerning the postes established in Kent, according to the direction and auctoritie giuen by the lords of her Highnesse most honorable priuie Councill in that behalfe.
Postal service -- England -- Kent -- History. : By the King, orders decreed vpon for the furtherance of our seruice, asvvell in vvriting, as riding in poste : specially set downe, and commanded to be obserued, where our posts are established within our countie of Kent.
Postal service -- France -- Early works to 1800. : Décret de la Convention nationale, du 9 mai 1793, l'an second de la République françoise: relatif aux lettres chargées ou non chargées dans les bureaux de poste, à l'adresse des personnes portées dans la liste des émigrés.