Mark Hopkins

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Brannan stock 1870 May 31; glad Larkin's stock is secured 1870 July 5; telegram 1873 March 25; send $135,000 to C.P.H. (telegram) 1873 March 27; financial instructions (telegram) 1873 Aug 15; look over bills payable and decide what is best (telegram) 1873 Sep 30; have done nothing in that matter (telegram) 1873 Sep 30; you must advise him (telegram) 1873 Oct 1; have advised Huntington of $120,000 (telegram) 1873 Oct 1; will be up tomorrow night (telegram) 1873 Oct 3; have deposited with Belloc Freres for Von Hoffman $130,000 (telegram) 1873 Oct 3



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[preprinted] T.T.1. The Central Pacific Division of the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company. The rules of this Company require that all messages receeived for transmission shall be written on the message blanks of the Company, under and subject to the conditions printed thereon, which conditions have been agreed to by the sender of the following message. LELAND STANFORD, President. F. L. VANDENBURGH, Gen'l Sup't San Francisco. [/preprinted]

San fran 30 [preprinted] 187 [/preprinted] 3

[preprinted] Received at [/preprinted] Sac Sept. 30 [preprinted] 187 [/preprinted] 11A [preprinted] M.

To [/preprinted] Mark Hopkins

It looks as though he had not received advices of the packages already sent - Look over the list of [insert] Bills payable [/insert] [ditch?] and you can tell what is [insert] [best?] [/insert] [/preprinted] [astor?]

Leland Stanford

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Telegram from Leland Stanford to Mark Hopkins 30 Sept 1873

Looks as though he ([C?W?].P.H.?) was lacking advices sent Look over Bills Payable & you can tell what is best

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[preprinted] CENTRAL PACIFIC R. R. OF CALIFORNIA

The Western Pacific, and the California and Oregon Rail Roads

President's Office

Sacramento, [/preprinted] July [5? 9?]th 1870

Friend Mark,

I am very glad to learn that you have secured the Larkin stock. With that out of the way there does not seem to me to be much danger of combinations, you will find on my desk letter from [illegible] titling about the filing of the bill. [Just?] now it seems to me we had better hold still for some proposition from [Brauman?]

When he serves the papers we shall probably find good cause for not answering immediately. In the first place we shall probably [--need--] find it advisable to move for a change of venue. I have [illegible] nothing [--new--] especially new since my arrival here.

Yours truly

Leland Stanford

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From Leland Stanford July 5. 1870 Glad Larkin's stock is [secured?]. Nothing new of [Bren...? Brown...?] matter.

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[notation: 123.2]

[preprinted] T.T.1. The Central Pacific Division of the Atlantic and Pacific Telegraph Company. The rules of this Company require that all messages receeived for transmission shall be written on the message blanks of the Company, under and subject to the conditions printed thereon, which conditions have been agreed to by the sender of the following message. LELAND STANFORD, President. F. L. VANDENBURGH, Gen'l Sup't San Francisco. [/preprinted]

San Fran 30 [preprinted] 187 [/preprinted] 3

[preprinted] Received at [/preprinted] Sac Sept 30 [preprinted] 187 [/preprinted] 3 P [preprinted] M. [/preprinted] [insert] 450 [/insert]

[preprinted] To [/preprinted] Mark Hopkins

Have done nothing in that matter -

Leland Stanford

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