I came across one article on BBC and don’t really understand the usage of THE article there. There is a description of a postcard:
On its front was a cartoon of a rabbit asleep in a crib underneath the heading: "You're one to-day."
However, later there is a sentence:
On the reverse was a stamp bearing the head of King George, postmarked 27 September 1946. Next to that was an address: Miss F Kaye of 12 Northumberland Mansions, Luxborough Street, London, W1.”
Why is it "the headings" but "an address"? I thought it is "the heading" because we can see it quoted, but "the address" is also given…
Could you please help me ?