In 1850, on political grounds, the postmaster-general proposed the establishment of a general 1s.
On Monday morning a letter was brought to him from the postmaster-general.
Carteret's opinion was well known, that it was no part of a postmaster-general's duty to check accounts.
Mr. Mulock, the postmaster-general, has chosen the new inaugurating stamp.
It was a great and fatal mistake to make the postmaster-general a member of the Cabinet.
And has the pillory or the penitentiary been the reward of that postmaster-general?
postmaster-general of the colonies, 162;under Congress, 265.
I only stopped in on my way to the station to telegraph the postmaster-general.
The suggestions of the postmaster-general on the subject deserve the consideration of Congress.
Saw the postmaster-general by appointment at his own house in the evening.
The head of the United States Postal Service. Until 1970, the postmaster general was head of the federal Post Office Department and a member of the president's cabinet. In 1970, the Postal Service was set up as an independent agency in place of the Post Office Department. The Postal Service is operated like a private corporation, although postal workers receive the benefits of federal employees.