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THE ORIGIN OF THE ENVELOPE


Back in 1820 the average person in England wrote only three letters a year--and with good reason. Letters in those days were mailed without a cover and could be read by anyone.


But William Mulready had an idea to ensure privacy—the envelope. It was an idea he stole from the French. On a visit to France Mulready noticed that important messages were completely enclosed in a little paper case, making them impervious to the peering eyes of the curious.


On his return to England he introduced this new way of sending mail. It was an instant success, and the rest as they say is history!

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