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fon, to whom the same shall be addressed, upon payment of the postage, and the expense of publication. And if such letter with its contents be not demanded by the person, to whom it is addressed, or the owner thereof, or his lawful agent, within two years after the advertisement thereof, as aforesaid, the said contents shall be applied to the use of the United States, until the same shall be reclaimed by the proprietor thereof. The manner of such application to be specially kated by the Poftmalter-General to the Secretary of the Treasury.
Sec. 19. And be it further enacted, That the certain following letters and packets, and no other, letters to
be convey fhall be received and conveyed by post, free of od fire postage, under such restrictions, as are herein postage. after provided ; that is to say : all letters and packets, to or from the President or Vice-Prefident of the United States, and all letters and packets, not exceeding two ounces in weight, to or from any member of the Senate, or House of Representatives, the Secretary of the Senate or Clerk of the House of Representatives, during their actual attendance in any feffion of Congrefs, and twenty days after such feffion; all letters Ito and from the Secretary of the Treasury, Comptroller, Register and Auditor of the Treasury, the Treasurer, the Secretary of Ştate, the Secretary at War, Commissioner of the Revenue, the Pastmaster-General, his afstant, and deputies : And the deputy-post. masters ball receive, besides their other allowances, two cents for each free letter or pack, et (their own excepted) which shall be deliver, ed to the person addressed out of their respective offices. Provided, That no person shall frank or inclose any letter or packet, other than his own, but any public letter or packet