Reference numberNLB/1/346
Alternative reference numberNLB/1 p252-253
TitleCopy letter from Herbert Rix, to the Secretary, Telegraph Department, General Post Office
Date11 January 1887
DescriptionRix calls the Secretary's attention to an irregularity in the delivery of the accompanying telegram [not attached], which was dropped into the letter box without the doorbell being rung and was not found until more than three hours after delivery. This is the second time Rix has had occasion to complain of the same kind of irregularity on the part of the messenger and he begs that the Secretary will deal strictly with the case.
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