Postal District

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Philippine Postal Corporation - History
... The Philippine postal system has a history spanning over 250 years ... in the city of Manila, which was later organized under a new postal district of Spain ... In 1779, the postal district encompassed Manila and the entire Philippine archipelago ...
History of Lady Robinsons Beach - Subsequent History
... When the Sydney postal service was extended to Rockdale the settlements along the coastline were collectively included in the Rockdale postal district, with the name of their sub-distr ... At a later date the postal sub-district of Brighton-le-Sands (attached to the postal district of Rockdale) was extended to include the whole area from Cooks River to Sandringham Road ...
List Of Dublin Postal Districts - History
... The postal district system was introduced in 1917 by the British government, as a practical way to organise local postal distribution ... of other cities, notably London, first subdivided into ten districts in 1857, and Liverpool, the first city in Britain or Ireland to have postcodes, from 1864 ... The new Irish government retained the postal district system, but district numbers were not used by the public until 1961, when they were added to street signs ...
List Of Postal Codes In Poland
... The Postal codes in Poland consists of 5 numbers in the following format xy-zzz ... First digit in the postal code represents the postal district, second digit major geographical subdivision of this district, and the three digits after dash the post office ... Thus the postal code 70-952 means 7 - postal district of Szczecin, 0 - subdivision of that district, in this case the Western Part of Szczecin, 9 - denotes special code, and 52 - Office of the District Attorney ...

Famous quotes related to postal district:

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    Thought of the others they would never meet
    Or how their lives would all contain this hour.
    I thought of London spread out in the sun,
    Its postal districts packed like squares of wheat:
    Philip Larkin (1922–1985)