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Royal Mail

History Today charts the history of the Royal Mail, which dates back to the reign of King Henry VIII in the 16th century. Since then the post office has variously acted as censor and newsagent. The first post office was set up in London in 1635, where letters were sorted by a clerk and an alphabet keeper, who then dispatched them via one of six ‘great post roads.’  Read the full article.


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