A penny well bestowed; or, A brief account of the new design contrived for the great increase of trade, and ease of correspondence, to the great advantage of the inhabitants of all forts, by conveying of letters or pacquets under a pound weight, to and from all parts within the cities of London and Westminster; and their parishes within the weekly bills of mortality, for one penny.
Printed for the undertakers by Thomas James ...,
April. M. DC. LXXX. 
|Series:||Early English Books, 1641-1700
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