The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 57, July 1953 - April, 1954 Page: 315
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SAN DIEGO HERALD
New Passenger Route.
OFFICE OF SAN ANTONIO AND
SAN DIEGO MAIL LINE.
SAN DIEGO, Sept. 24, 1857.
T IIIS LINE will he ready on and after
the mail of October 9th, to take a
limited number of passengers through to
San Antonio, ticketing them, if desired
from San Francisco to New Orleans.
Apply at the Office of the Company
in San Francisco, on the Plaza, or of the
Superintendent in San Diego.
I. E. DOYLE, Supr.
W. Div. S. A. & S. D. Mail Line.
San Antonio and San
Diego Mail Route.
' OTICE is hereby given that, on or
about the 6th day of Mnrcli, A. D.
1858, all the interest of the Estate of
the late James E. Birch in and to the
Mail Contract with their U. S. Post Office
Depnrtmcut between San Antonio, Tex-
as and San Diego, California, was sold
and transferred to the firm of G. 11. Gid-
dings & Co, and the said estate will not
be responsible for ally delhi in ally maInU-
ncr contracted 111 respect of aid contract
from said date.
All debts now due for the snme will be
presented to s nld firm of G. II. Gilddings
& Co., at their o(lfce, San Di(eo, for set-
tletrient, in puruanuice of an agreemelint
between the partie,.
JULIIA A. 13. TI RClI,
(Admtr'. of -rald e-tatec.)
GEO. 11. GIDDINGS & Co.
Sacramento May 17th, 185. j12-4
The Texas State Historical
1897- The Oldest Learned Society in Texas -1897
105 Eugene C. Barker Texas History Center
University of Texas
by courtesy of
San Diego Historical Society
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