- Letter addressed to the Great Postelnic and Knight Alexandru de Theodori (Alexandru Theodoru), doctor of medicine at Roman, Moldavia. The
- letter was sent by Austrian consular post from Munich on October 26, 1853, through Vienna October 29. Krakow 30 Oct. disinfected the Boian
- quarantine, Czernowitz 3 November. Roman. Dr. Theodori lived in the house he built with a façade on the Roman-Bacau road. The letter was delivered to this address.
- Doc. Theodori was the only doctor at Precista Mare Hospital.
- Postelnic was a historical rank traditionally held by boyars in Moldavia and Wallachia, roughly corresponding to the position of chamberlain and equivalent to foreign minister.
- The postal taxes were 9 Kreutzer for the territory of the Austrian Empire and 6 Kreutzer for the territory of Moldova. Small holes on the front and back of the envelope made to facilitate disinfection.
- The number of letters received in the Principality is much smaller than those going out, the proportion being about 1 in 10.