The business of carrying by express; the charge for carrying anything, as a parcel or message, by express.
The Department will be able to stand a reasonable expense for cost of nuts, expressage, etc.
"Do you always figure out things?" asked the banker, apparently much interested that Bob had taken the trouble to find out the rate and figure the cost of the expressage to Pittsburgh.
If the maps are returned, the charge will be $1.00 covering the expressage both ways; this $1.00, however, will not be lost to purchaser, but will be credited on other maps, charts, or globes that may be purchased.
You're always paying expressage on fossils and bugs and sea-weeds and trash.
A guest was never permitted to pay for anything; expressage, laundry and all incidentals were as free as air.
The Old Lady selected a very dainty muslin gown, with gloves and slippers in keeping; and she ordered it sent at once, expressage prepaid, to Miss Sylvia Gray, in care of William Spencer, Spencervale.
On the evening before the dolls were to be shipped a doll show was regularly held, at which two cents admittance was charged (stamps accepted) to pay the expressage.
The word 'expressage' is formed from 'express' + the suffix '-age'.