pay a reasonable compensation for the use of postal cars, and which would at the same time, by correcting the immense disparity of ... In 1850, twenty-three years ago, we were paid $375. per mile, and two constructive miles allowed, making our annual pay $38, 250. ... value of money and in amount as well as in character of service performed by us, yet we are not paid so much as we were paid in 1850.
|Title||:||Papers Relating to Postal Railway-car Service|
|Author||:||United States. Congress. Senate. Select committee on transportation routes to the seaboard|