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  1. Aug 15, 2016 · This record was prepared in the office of the Junior Assistant to the Postmaster General from 1832 to January 2, 1835; Second Assistant Postmaster General from July 2, 1836, to 1851; First Assistant Postmaster General from 1851 to 1950; and the Bureau of Post Office Operations from 1950 to September 30, 1971. Records Description.

  2. This record was prepared in the office of the Junior Assistant to the Postmaster General from 1832 to January 2, 1835; Second Assistant Postmaster General from July 2, 1836, to 1851; First Assistant Postmaster General from 1851 to 1950; and the Bureau of Post Office Operations from 1950 to September 30, 1971.

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  4. [First] Assistant Postmaster General, since 1782 and 1789; Second Assistant Postmaster General, since 1810 (Act of 30 April 1810; Act of 3 Mar. 1825) Senior and Junior, later First and Second. Third Assistant Postmaster General, since 1836 (Act of 2 July 1836)

  5. Postmaster General. Date Appointed by the Continental Congress. Benjamin Franklin. July 26, 1775. Richard Bache. November 7, 1776. Ebenezer Hazard. January 28, 1782

  6. Aug 15, 2016 · History: Office of the Second Assistant Postmaster General established by the Post Office Act (2 Stat. 593), April 30, 1810 (2 Stat. 593), to provide assistance in the field. Made responsible solely for transportation of the mail, November 15, 1851. Redesignated Bureau of the Second Assistant Postmaster General, 1942.

  7. In 1791 Charles Burrall served as the clerk in the general post office in Philadelphia alongside his brother Jonathan Burrall, who was the assistant postmaster general. Not long after his brother took the position as cashier of the New York branch of the Bank of the United States in 1792, Charles Burrall became the assistant postmaster general.

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