Postmaster General

Postmaster General may refer to:

  • Postmaster General of the United Kingdom
  • Postmaster General of Canada
  • Postmaster-General's Department, Australia
  • Postmaster General of Sri Lanka
  • Postmasters General of Ireland
  • United States Postmaster General
  • The head of the Hongkong Post

Other articles related to "postmaster general, general":

Postmaster General Of Sri Lanka
... The Postmaster General of Sri Lanka is the appointed head of Sri Lanka Post, which is a government department ... The current Postmaster General is K ...
Reichspost - Postal Authorities - Holy Roman Empire
... maistre de nos postes, his nephew John Baptist was elevated to a Postmaster General (chief et maistre general de noz postes par tous noz royaumes, pays et ... After the Thirty Years' War and the Peace of Westphalia, Postmaster General Count Lamoral II Claudius von Thurn und Taxis and his successors had to deal with the establishment of separate postal agencies ... The last Postmaster General Prince Karl Alexander von Thurn und Taxis lost his office with the Empire's dissolution on 6 August 1806, the postal authority continued as the private ...
List Of United States Cabinets - 1801–1901
... Dexter (1801) Albert Gallatin (1801–1809) Secretary of War Henry Dearborn (1801–1809) Attorney General Levi Lincoln, Sr ... Crawford (1815–1816) Attorney General Caesar Augustus Rodney (1809–1811) William Pinkney (1811–1814) Richard Rush (1814–1817) Secretary of the Navy Paul Hamilton (1809–1813) William Jones (1813–1814 ... Calhoun (1817–1825) Attorney General Richard Rush (1817) William Wirt (1817–1825) Secretary of the Navy Benjamin Williams Crowninshield (1817–1818) Smith Thompson (1819–1823) Samuel L ...
List Of United States Cabinets - 1901–2001
... Wright (1908–1909) Attorney General Philander C ... Bonaparte (1906–1909) Postmaster General Charles E ... Stimson (1911–1913) Attorney General George W ...

Famous quotes containing the word general:

    A private should preserve a respectful attitude toward his superiors, and should seldom or never proceed so far as to offer suggestions to his general in the field. If the battle is not being conducted to suit him, it is better for him to resign. By the etiquette of war, it is permitted to none below the rank of newspaper correspondent to dictate to the general in the field.
    Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (1835–1910)