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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 13 December 1851

LA ESTRELLA DE LOS ANGELES-..SUPLEMENTO.- DECIEMBREI3 DEIBSI.

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LEYESDEL ESTADO [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 13 December 1851

LEYES DEL ESTADO. LEY que arregla los procedimientos en casos Civiles en los Tribunales de Justicia del Estado. (Continuation.) Sec. 262. Cuando bienes racies hayan sido vendidos a virtud de ejecucion, el comprador de ellos o cualquier persona que le suceda en el derecho, podra, despues que su interes se haga absoluta, recobrar perjuicios hechos a dichos bienes por el inquilino cn posesion, despues de la venta, y antes de entragarse la posesion por medio del traspaso. Sec. 263. Una accion para el recobro de bienes raices contra una persona en posesion, no podra perjudicase por ninguna enagenacion hecha por dicha persona, sea antes o despues de comenzarse la accion. [CAPITULO IV.] Acciones para la particion do Bienes Raices. Sec. 264. Cuando varias personas tengan y esten en posesion de bienes raices como inquilinos asociados o como inquilinos en comun, en cuyos bienes una o masde ellas tenga algun interes de harencia o durante la vida, una o mas de dichas personas podran entablar un...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 13 December 1851

AVISO. EL DIA 3 del mes de Deciembre proximo, so recibira la prueba del Testamento de Enriques Sepulbeda, ante la Corte de Probat del condado de Los Angeles, Estado de California. La sesion do la Corte se avisa a las nueve de la manana del dia señalado en la sala do la Corto de Sesiones, ciudad de Los Angeles. En testimonio de lo cual firmo como Escribano do la dicha Corte hoy dia 30 do Agosto del año 1851. B. D. WILSON, Clerk. Por diputado Wilson W. Jones. n22 2t AVISO A LOS ACREEDORES.—EI abajo firmado habiendo sido nombrado por la corte de testamentaria, del condado de San Luis Obispo, fideicomiso abintestato especial de los bienes de Joaquin Blanco, en virtud del presente anuncio avisa á todos los individuos que sean deudores a los mismos que pasen á verificar sus pagos inmediatamente, y a todos aquellos que tengan creditos pendientes contra la expresada testamentaria, que los presenten a GUILLIERMO STENNER. 3t San Luis Obispo, Nbre. 22 de 1851. LES SUPLICA.—a todas las personas...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

Cos 3lttgeUs Star. /OL. 1. LOS ANGELES, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1852 NO. 42

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THE PILGIUJI A [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

THE PILGRIM A or mn ri A braeo i»f sinnfM for do good Were ordered to tho Vlrgla Mary'a shrine, Whn at Unit* dwelt in wax, stone, wood, An J, in a corJ'.l whit* wlf, looked wund'rooj fln« Fifty loot mflui had those mil ro>px«M to traTel, With something in their »ba« ma-li wwau thuu gravel; In unoi t, their io««, so gmMu >n amove, The priust bad otdurvd puts lata ihuir slwes ! The kn&ves ttt. oil on lb* miu« day, 1'msIn tbulr ahon, logo noil pray ; Uut very difl'ront wm ,belr »pvcJ, I wet; Oneuf the sinners ffallop'U oci, l-tfht a* a ballet from a gun ; Tha ucJicr limped m ii tmb.nl bo»n (hat. Oxb ttw tb» Virgin soon.—•' p<-ecan" cried— •lad hi* tool whitii wash's all »o cl«ror r When buuio ngit.li be nimbly bid ; Mado lit, with mint* nbuvt>, la lire forever. In coming back, however l P j me any, llviuct lila brother about half way; Hobbling with oilUtTvlcbed rrut and trctnLllng knew, i;nr*inf Cho wills and bodies ul the peaa: 1...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

GREGORY'S EXPRESS. To the Atlantic States and Europe by the semi-monthly steamers, and to the Sandwich Islands and China by American clipper-built sailing vessels. Valuable packages insured, and forwarded by every steamer between the following Agents. Offices. Messrs. Thompson & Hitchcock, Now York. " E. B. Higgins, - New Orleans. " John W. Hart, - Liverpool, " G. E. Clark, - Sacramento, " F. Rumrill, - - Marysville, " R. G. Williams, . Monterey, " G. W. Linsley, - Trinidad, " Ricketson & Co., - Portland, 0. T. " Mitchell & Hutchins Honolulu, S. I. " Ran, Runnels & Co., Panama. To and from Sacramento City, Marysville and Stockton daily, and to all parts of the mines on the arrival of each steamer. N. B.—No connexion with any other line or Express company; the undersigned being responsible for, and guarantees the utmost possible despatch with all express matter deposited as above. JOSEPH W. GREGORY, Proprietor Atlantic and Pacific Expre...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

DOUGLASS & SANDFORD. FORWARING AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS. an Pedro, Cal. Are now prepared to forward goods to Los Angeles, also to recieve, store, and forward them to San Francisco, Santa Barbara, etc. San Pedro, February 14. 1852. BELLA UNION. UNDER the management of A. Gibson. is now open for the accommodation of the public. The table supplied with all the niceties the country affords--and the bar with the best of liquors and cigars. GIBSON & HODGES, oct 4 tf Proprietors. Notice. THE undersigned having received frequent complaints that persons are in the habit of running cattle and other animals and makking rodeos, also of plundering timber and firewood on the lands of Santa Anita and San Francisquito without reserve, he therefore hereby warns all persons to discontinue such malpractices, and will henceforth prosecute without distinctions all persons found trespassing on said land and allow no permission to be granted, except under his own signature. HENRY D...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

We have read with great pleasure a decision made by the majority of the Land Commissioners, upon the subject of permitting conflicting claimants to contest each other's claims before the Comm... Southern California... tirely deprive... and of the... <15 lines missing> nmission dividing its...and San Francisco into two terms; one and the first, to settle and decide the land titles in the Northern Disricfc, and the second and last, to consider the titles of the Southern District ? Then it might be possible—we do not say probable— that some of the hardship of considering our claims ex-territorially might be obviated. ¶ Perhaps in the press of business which has poured on the Commission, they have not had their attention called to this suggestion. If not, we recommend it to their calm and just consideration. We have heard a high character of the Commissioners personally, and we do not believe that willingly they would do aught to harrass and oppress this section of...

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Los Angeles County Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

Los Angeles County Indians. [Letter Mo. ll.] Language. It is not the intention here, either to compose a vocabulary of their words, nor yet a grammar to their language. Yet probably an insight to a few terms and their formation, may not be uninteresting to some. They have a great many liquid sounds, and their gutturals are so softened down as to become quite agreeable to the ear. In the following examples, i has the sound of ee, u of oo, e of a as in fare, a of a as in father, ay of i as in ire, and gn is sounded as in French. 1 Puck. 2 Wehe 3 Pdhe 4 WPBP. ' Watzd 5 Mahdr Pabdhe Watza cavia Wehes Watzd Mahdr cavia Wehes Mahdr 'Wehes mahdr coy pucu Wehes mahdr coy Wehe - unce tucushe Twice Wehes 3 times Pdhes 4 times Watzdhes 5 times Muhdres 10 times Wehes mahares 20 Wehes wehis mahar 30 Pahes wehes muhar 40 Watzahes wehes mahar 50 Mahares wehes mahar 100 Wehes wehes mahares wehes mahar There is Wuni There is not Yahav Yes Ehe NO fj a y I Numa Thou Oma Heor she Mane Man WorOyt Woman ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

JmiOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. Theunderoath of office he- has boon legally elected, for tho County of Los Angeles, and being about to visit the Atlantic States, respectfully informs the citizens of said county that he has given a full and legal Power of Attorney to John G. Downey to attend to the duties of said office. Mr. Downey will file his Power of Attorney with the Rcgistrer of the county, and enter on the duties of said office at the time prescribed by law Mr. Downey will also attend to the collection of my rents and my property in general. 1 ALEXANDER BELL. Los Angeles, Feb. 28. 1852. 2t SALE. The undersigned offers for sale, the whole stock and business of the '• .Mar Restaurant," situated on Main Sfcaeet, near the post office, in this city. This is a' most desirable opportunity to any person wishing to invest capital in a good business, as the location is such as to secure a #ood run of custom, it being the terminus of Douglass & Sanford's line of stages. Ternis Cash. ...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that, in virtue of an order of the Probate Court of Los Angeles county. State of California, on Monday, t March, A. D. 1852, at the Court Hcity of Los Angeles, between the lioi. o'clock of the morning and the setting sun of that day, there will be sold th ing lot of land, belonging to the estatt thaniel M. Pryor, deceased, and situateu city aforesaid, being a lot heretofore, or Bth, 1850, by the of said granted to said Pryor. by deed signed by Stearns, and lying between the vineyard garden of said Pryor and the line of the street that enters the city by the southern side, fronting said street and cornering with that which runs to Mr. WolfskiU's. Also, at the same' time and place, will be sold, 1 still, 3 vats, 1 plough, 13 pipes, belonging to said estate, bale will be at Public Auction, to the highest bidder, the personal property above mentioned, for cash ; the said lot of land, on a credit of one month from said date of sale, a note ...

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LA ESTRELLA. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

LA ESTRELLA. SABADO, FEBRERO 28 de 1852. El lunes 23 del corriente tuvo lugar una junta de los rancheros del condado do Los Angeles en la casa de D. Antonio Coronel, ciudad de Los Angeles, en la cual fue nombrado Presidente D. Abel Stearns y secretario Don I. S. K. Ogier. El presidente manifestó cual era el objeto de la Junta, es á saber considerar los medios mas eficaces para obtener una sesion de los comisionados de Terrenos, en esta ciudad. A peticion de Don M. C. Rojo se nombró una comision de tres individnos para redactar resoluciones que espresen los sentimientos de la Junta sobre el conseguir con la mayor prontitud el objeto de la junta. Los Sres. Stearns, Rojo y Ogier fueron nombrados para esta comision. La comision pidio permiso para retirarso á deliverar el cual le fué concedido. y despues de pocos momentos volvió y presentó las siguientes resoluciones.= Por cuanto.—Hemos sabido con sorpresa y ansiedad que la comision nombrada bajo la acta del congreso general " para averi...

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Varietlades. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

Varietlades. El pueblo de Borbon-l'Archambaud, quo solo es hoy conocido por sus aguas minerales, fue antiguamente el eentvo de un dominio poderoso : de los senores do Borbon viene por un enlace yerilicado en 1272, la raza real que ocupa en el dialos tronos do Francia, de Kspana, do iNapoles y Luca. El Castillo de Borbon l'Arcliambaud conatruido en SO'J, restablecido en el siglo 13, existia aun en el siglo diozy seis. Tenia veinte y cuatro, torres dos de ellas notables por su magnitud, se llamaban la Admirable, y la Quiqueugrogrie. Cuando quiso Luis l r " construir la Quiquengrogne, Ins paisanos de Borbon pusicron pies en pared, por quo decian quo dominaria y batiria al pueblo; ol duqu.: Luis, que no queria de ningun modo coder, aposto honibrcs armados con la lanza en ristre al rededor de los ciinientos, para que nadie chistase, y respondio a los olamores de sus vasallos: No ha de construii*, por mas que grunar ; On la hatira qui qu'en grogne. Cuando estuvo ya concluida la torre, lo ...

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DURACION [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

DURACION DE LA VIDA DEL lIOMBRE Segun la variedad de paises. En la Academia de Siencias de Paris, leyo el dia 2 de Setiembre de 1833.Mr. Moreau de Jonnes.sobre las variedades que se notan en la mortandad segun los diferentes paises, un discurso del que prescntamos aqui un analisis. Anualmente muere de 28 uno en los estados romanos, y en las antiguas provinoias venecianas : De 30 uno el resto de la Italia, en Grecia y en Turquia ; De 39 uno en los Paises-Rajos, en Francia y en Prusia ; Do 40 uno en Suiza, Austria, en Portugal y en Espaiia ; De 54 uno en la Rusia de Europa y en Polonia: De 43 uno en Jlemania, Dinamarca y en Suecia. De 48 uno en Noruega. De 53 uno en Irlanda. De 58 uno en Inglaterra. Do 59 uno en Escocia y en Islandia. Vese segun eso que las probabilidades de la vida y su menor duracion en Europa, no provienen, como pudicra ereerse, del clima riguroso de la Noruega, ni del terreno pantanoso de la Irlanda. En el clima hermoso do la Italia, es donde la existencia se ve m...

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U ASUI o.. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

U ASUI o.\. • Me dicen que medio mundo Rifle coa otro medio, Y aunque en verdud me confundo Yiendolo usi «que remedio ? Caprichos coil que se nace : Cada cual como mas quiere Y auDque nlgo ush aiio bo me hace "Viendo la vida tan corta Poco me importa. Yo se un elicsir magnifico Contra duelos tan t tiraiics, Y son con tal especifico Horns de pincer mis unos. Para mi bo hay an.arguraf, Ni panares, ui di.-gustos Me dan sustos, Y aunquo <Jlzque sulco a oscuras, El mar de esta v.Us corta Poco me importa. Sin opulencjas m- »>•>«». Niauibici no Co.:: as ui 010, !>.'i del uodi r liago '-aso ; Si no soy feliz, no ll»ro. Coumigi' in smo me bastot Y con io puco que tengo Bieu me avengo; Y i.uuque cuanto teugo % Biendo la vida tan corta Poco me importa. Si I eyes a nadie doy, Nadie a mi leyes me ua : Donde no gozo, no voy ; Donde eptoy, mi p itr.a e=ta. No me a os i oaio ni e iv.dii, Y aunque en todos lo» lug ires Hay pesares. Si algun pesar uie fasti...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 28 February 1852

Ej f&LLAN DE VENTAen dJfnuestra pcriodico, un bcmt> ' 1 0 | panel para cartas y convites de "I™* g mismo targetas doradas y otrae c personas do buen gusto. LTIMA N, KJ debana sin nmguna-A d \ ata mente, fcar». J VC) ;. a j os ' US P # to 7 tf d ° s ue r -=t= — Pormoiiionto 3 so lata 03- . >' "JSkW Sim Francisco, Mejicftnos ™ ar "Lmcntc al gasto de csto palpoi Do SSnPuior loaquese espenaeran oprGdos fmenS bkjos, coa * &n% realizarlscuanIrclcs, Febrero 27 dc 1858.

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