What did Rowland Hill invent?

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Rowland Hill was a Victorian reformer who invented the prepaid postage stamp. He became known as Sir Rowland Hill after being knighted for inventing the first adhesive stamp. He is also credited for creating the first unvarying postage toll based on mass rather than size.
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