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Sent by express

Wells Fargo worked with other express companies to deliver letters. These letters were sent by Gregory’s Express.

No. 354 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Sacramento, California, to the State Comptroller Winslow Pierce in Vallejo. Possibly dated August 10, 1852.

No. 355 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Marysville, California, to Charles W. Crosby. Inside is a letter dated October 1, 1851 from J. W. Shuiffer.

No. 356 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Marysville, California, to Charles W. Crosby. Inside is a letter dated September 22, 1851 from Pachard and Co. requesting no more deliveries of potatoes.

No. 357 Sent by Gregory’s Express to Albert Dibblee in San Francisco, California.

No. 358 Sent from San Francisco, California, to the Secretary of State in Sacramento. Taken by Gregory’s Express and Todd and Co.’s Express. Inside is a letter dated May 7, 1852 from L. Maynard asking for a copy of an act concerning S. Maynard.

No. 359 Sent from San Francisco, California, to Rev. Isaac Owen at the Methodist Parsonage on 7th Street in San Francisco. Inside is a letter dated July 7, 1851 from Rev. William Taylor.

Bill of exchange for $1200 sent by Gregory’s Express from San Francisco, California, to the company’s eastern agents, Thomas and Hitchcock at 149 Pearl Street, New York City, New York. It is dated December 12, 1851. It is signed by Joseph W. Gregory of Gregory’s Express. The receiver of the money is Daniel R. Clark.