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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. 360 Sent by Gregory’s Express from San Francisco, California, to the Comptroller of the Currency Winslow L. Pierce in Sacramento. Possibly dated June 29, 1852.

No. 361 Sent by Gregory’s Express from San Francisco, California, to Secretary of State W. Van Voorhies in Sacramento. Inside is a letter dated March 8, 1852 from R. S. Clyde about Clyde’s recent appointment as a Notary Public for San Francisco.

No. 362 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Marysville, California, to the Comptroller of the Currency Winslow L. Pierce in Sacramento. Possibly dated May 16, 1852.

No. 363 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Marysville, California, to G. D. Street at a white house on Powell Street, between Clay and Washington Streets in San Francisco. Possibly dated June 7, 1852.

No. 364 Sent by Gregory’s Express from San Francisco, California, to the Comptroller of the Currency Winslow L. Pierce in Vallejo. Inside is a letter dated November 4, 1852.

No. 365 Sent by Gregory’s Express from San Francisco, California to A. C. Peachy at the House of Representatives in Sacramento.

No. 366 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Honolulu to Joel Turrill, U.S. Consul for the Sandwich Islands in Oswego, New York. Possibly dated April 2, 1852.

No. 367 Sent by Gregory’s Express from Marysville, California, to the Comptroller of the Currency Winslow L. Pierce in Sacramento. Possibly dated February 15, 1852.