Central Pacific Railroad Company: telegraph books

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Two books of telegrams; Typescript copies of other telegrams (source unknown)



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[preprinted: The Western Union Telegraph Company. PACIFIC DIVISION]

Sacramento July 3rd 1868

To C. P. Huntington V.P.

54 Wm St. NewYork.

Smiths appointment has not been received - We are waiting.

Mark Hopkins

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[preprinted: The Western Union Telegraph Company. PACIFIC DIVISION]

Sacramento July 3[?] 1868

To C. P. Huntington, 54 Wm Street NewYork,

Series "[D?]" comprised only thirteen hundred & ninety bonds - Numbered from five thousand and one to six thousand three hundred and Ninety inclusive - Coupons all endorsed "C.J.T."

Mark Hopkins

[illegible] CPRRCo.

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[preprinted: The Western Union Telegraph Company. PACIFIC DIVISION.]

Sacramento July [4?11?] 1868.

To George [J.?I.?] M. Davis.

NewYork

At what freight, and how soon, can you ship five thousand tons rails, for the California & Oregon Rail Road Company

E H Miller Jr

Secretary.

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[preprinted] The Western Union Telegraph Company. Pacific Division. [/preprinted]

Sacramento July 8th 1868.

To C. P. Huntington

54 William St. New York.

Dont pay more than one and three eights (1 3/8) per pound.

Mark Hopkins

[Invd. C. & O. RRCo?]

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[preprinted] The Western Union Telegraph Company. Pacific Division. [/preprinted]

Sac. July 9 1868

To George T. M. Davis, New York.

The Company will not pay more than one and three eights (1 3/8) cents per pound.

E. H. Miller Jr.

Secretary

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