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McLaughlin: 4/3/1874 wants payment on account; McNally: January 1893 received gift; Maynard: 4/19/1890 giving political support; Marysville citizens: 9/21/1889 invitation; Morehouse: 4/12/1890 giving political support; Morton: n.d. enclosing note by request of Duchesse d/Auxy [not attached]



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San Francisco April 3rd 1874

Gov Stanford City

Dr Sir: Being very much in need of money. I beg to request that you will find it convenient to send me a check for the balance due on my account, which is $ [1??8?.39] and greatly oblige.

Yours respectfully,

Chas. McLaughlin

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Presbytery of St. Patrick's Church, 1015 Peralta Street, West Oakland, Cal.

Dear Senator & Mrs Stanford,

Every New Year, I'll send you both a card, as a token of my esteem. Indeed, I never cease to pray for you both, and especially for the good generous humane senator.

I only wish that you both would reach that stage of sublime knowledge where you'd know the value of the mystic sacrifice that I never cease to offer for you, in the Holy Mass. May Jesus assist you & Mary pray for you! Every New Year's blessing! [?] L B [McNally?] Rector

This is enclosed in Mrs Stanford's card envelope for both

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San Mateo, Saturday, April 19/90

Hon. Leland Stanford, Dear Governor,

Meeting you on the train yesterday recalled the message I sent you by Major [Har-?] ney, that I proposed supporting the Republican nominee for the Assembly in this county this fall, in order to further your re-election next winter to the Senate, which I, in common with all your friends, envision due to yourself and to them, if for no other reason

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than the recent unprecedented brutal attack on your character. But the truth is, the dignity of this State has never been but twice fully represented in the Senate of the United States - once in Dr. Gwin and now in you, and it would be a wrong that you could never right if you allowed any influence to withdraw you from the contest.

With the highest consideration for Mrs. Stanford and yourself I remain,

Sincerely yours,

J C Maynard

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Hon. Leland Stanford

Dear Sir

We have learned that after a temporary stay of a few days You will return by "Special" to San Francisco stopping at a few places "En Route" thus affording the citizens as far as possible the pleasure of a personal interview.

We are of course not fully advised of Your plans; it would however afford our people great pleasure to meet you and extend to you a cordial and hearty welcome -

If your engagements will permit you to spend a few hours in Marysville will you please

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