Post bag

a mail bag.
- B. Jonson.

See also: Post

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
"Whatever do people write to you so much for?" she asked one morning, watching the stream of letters flow out of the post bag.
Daniel Ennis, 20, also chucked a paving slab in the direction of four officers who came to search his back garden in an effort to recover a stolen post bag.
According to royal sources, the couple's post bag was left with no place inside after Kate's pregnancy was announced and got even bigger since the future king, Prince George, was born just over a month ago.
Ahmed Mohammed Kassim was seen taking DVDs and a video game from a post bag stored at K&A Newsagents on Great Homer Street, Everton, where he worked.
THE People's success in getting an pounds 80 reduction in fuel bills for pensioners prompted a post bag full of support...
An official statement said the ITR- V form should continue to be sent by ordinary post to Post Bag No.
The Royal Mail said the 30million delayed letters were equivalent to about 40 per cent of an average daily post bag.
Julie's post bag probably still consists of horsy types bleating about the hunting ban and local Euro sceptic farmers whinging about the Lisbon treaty while cashing their EU subsidy cheques.
WHEN I was an MP, through my regular surgeries and my post bag I became aware of many problems.
For it seems someone miscalculated the size of the Islwyn MP's post bag when it came under scrutiny earlier in the year.