Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A letter intended for a person residing within the delivery of the post-office where it is posted.
“One morning Paul found a drop-letter in the mail which greeted him daily.”
“A drop-letter came to me asking me to lecture here for a church debt.”
“After asking a few friends to sign an article of agreement to pay one dollar a year during five years for the orphan asylum, and mailing a couple of letters to Levi Coffin and Rev.E. M. Cravath, of Cincinnati, I took from the office a drop-letter from M.. Burton Kent, County Superintendent of the Poor, containing the following notice:”
“Each graf started with a large drop-letter capital.”
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