The committee chairman, postmaster General Henry C. Payne, was a Wisconsin Stalwart, and the other members were on his side.
postmaster General Patrick Donahoe has repeatedly called for Congress to enact legislation that would change this.
I think the best idea of all was your taking the post horses, and then getting a fresh suit of clothes from the postmaster.
Darnay asked the postmaster, when he had thanked him, and stood beside him in the yard.
Roosevelt bettered the advice by asking to have the postmaster General called before the committee at the same time as himself.
I wouldn't do that, not even for—for—secretary—for the postmaster—general, I wouldn't!
But everybody else, except you and me and the postmaster, believed I had a letter regular every week.
He acted as postmaster for the colonies, and served on many committees.
At a village some leagues beyond Metz, the postmaster came and told him that there were no horses.
He was the mayor, first physician, and postmaster of St. Paul, Minnesota.
The electronic mail contact and maintenance person at a site connected to the Internet or UUCPNET. Often, but not always, the same as the admin. The Internet standard for electronic mail (RFC 822) requires each machine to have a "postmaster" address; usually it is aliased to this person. See also webmaster.