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Sent by express

These letters were sent by Livingston, Wells and Pomeroy Express, Hale and Co.’s Express, Jerome and Co.’s Express, Pullen and Co.’s Express, and Hodgman and Co.’s Boston and Bangor Express.

No. 630a Sent to A. C. Flagg in Albany, New York. Taken by Livingston, Wells, and Pomeroy Express, which later became part of American Express Co. Inside is a page dated June 1, 1845, summarizing the account held for the Treasurer of the State of New York at the Onondaga County Bank.

No. 631 Sent to W. P. Gragg in Boston, Massachusetts. Taken by Hale and Co.’s Express. Inside is a letter dated October 24, 1844, from N. Sands in New York.

No. 632 Sent to N. and T. Atwood in Frankfort, Maine. Taken by Jerome and Co.’s Express. Inside is a letter dated December 19, 1844 from Neans and Clark in Boston, Massachusetts.

No. 633 Sent to the Kohlsaat Brothers in New York City, New York. Taken by Pullen and Co.’s Express. Inside is a letter dated July 21, 1847, from S. P. Lovett in Troy, New York.

No. 634 Sent to Sands and Craft in Boston, Massachusetts. Taken by Hodgman and Co.’s Boston and Bangor Express. Inside is a letter dated April 12, 1848, from B. D. and J. W. Webster in Bangor, Maine.