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8Good afternoon. <BR>
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10Email notice number.83142422<BR>
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12Your package has been returned to the Post Express office. <BR>
13The reason of the return is "Error in the delivery address" <BR>
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15Important message!<BR>
16Attached to the letter mailing label contains the details of the package delivery. <BR>
17You have to print mailing label, and come in the Post Express office in order to receive the packages! <BR>
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20Thank you for your attention.<BR>
21Post Express Service. <BR>
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31<BR><FONT color="#FFFFF1">The electors should hear his opinions, not upon any one subject or upon any two subjects or any three, but as nearly as might be upon all.Purity of election he laid down as a necessary condition of reform, and to that end two points must be assured: the removal of election petitions from the House of Commons to a legal tribunal, [Footnote: A Bill with that object was at the time passing through Parliament. ] and, secondly, the security of the ballot. Upon the first matter he came perhaps to doubt the new system after he had seen it tried; upon the second he was able to tell his audience from first-hand knowledge that in Australia opposition to the ballot was unknown, and that in Virginia a conquered minority looked to it as their best defence against oppression. From the machinery of Government he passed to its application. Ireland was then the burning question, and Dilkes attitude upon Ireland may be indicated in a sentence. </FONT><BR>
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