in manuscript, London Paid d.s. in red and, on reverse, Hull c.d.s. and framed "TOO LATE", both in blue; two filing creases clear of the h.s. A very rare and most unusual application of the soldier's privilage rate. Photo" /> cover 1839 (15 May) soldier's entire letter from Lt. Col. H. Wilkinson, 30th. Regiment, concerning the discharge of Sgt. Haughey, written from St. Georges and addressed to Chatham, carried to England by the soldier himself who mailed it in Hull on 20th. June, countersigned by the Town Mayor and showing<I> "P1"</I> in manuscript, London Paid d.s. in red and, on reverse, Hull c.d.s. and framed "TOO LATE", both in blue; two filing creases clear of the h.s. A very rare and most unusual application of the soldier's privilage rate. Photo | Christie's