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,Lo» Angeles Cownty I ndians. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

,Lo» Angeles Cownty I ndians. In our columns to-day, will be found the conelusion of an interesting series of letters on this subject. They have attracted much attention, and we have received applications from different parts of the State for copies of the Star containing these .letters.

Publication Title: Los Angeles Star
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The Free Lands. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

The Free Lands. The,ordinance to donate the public lands of the city to actual settlers, has been submitted for the consideration of the Council. Some-de-finite action will be taken upon it at the meeting of the Council. Scrcmn.—Just as the brig Fremont was coming to anchor at San Pedro, on Monday morning, a colored boy. servant of George McDougal, Esq., deliberately put a pistol to his head and took his own life. No cause can bo Assigned for the rash deed, other than insanity. New Ja.il.— By the advertisement in another column, it will be perceived that the Board of Supervisors have determined upon the building of a jail in this city. The old concern is so totally unfit for the purpose to ! which it is applied, that we are surprised the , erection of a substitute has been delayed to this late day. Affra.y at French Camp.—During the celebration of the anniversary of St. John the Baptist, at French Carap, John Brannan got into a difficulty with some drinking companions, and shot two ...

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The Beef Coutracts• [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

The Beef Coutracts• J Since our lust issue, the fa llowing conununiI cation has been received from Dr. Wozencraft, I the Indian Commissioner. It will bo seen that ! he explicitly denies the charge of being inter- | ested in the contracts for supplies of beef to the ; Indians. San Francisco, June 28th. 1852. Messrs. Editors : A communication published in your paper, signed "Orion," has just come to hand, in which the writer states that : there is a widely circulated story which, being of a public nature, had better be explained or contradicted in a public manner. The •writer then gives the story to the effect that I "gave the beef contract to Isaac Williams —that be subsequently lost the contract, which was given to other parties; the .reason assigned was; that the Colonel had promised $25,000 for it. and I insisted on §36,000, and moreover insisted on the Colonel's giving his note of hand for the amount, and report further said, and stilLsays, that the U. S. Indian Commis- ; si oner...

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Tiie Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Tiie Laws. , The following extract of a letter from Mj\ [lartnell, the State Translator, is a testimonial to the accuracy of the Laws, as published in the Star during the past year. We had hoped to continue the publication of the laws of the present year, but party legislation has bestowed the printing elsewhere. .State Translator's Office, ) ilionterev, June 22d, 1832 \ * * » * * * "I fully hope that you will succeed in obtaining the printing of the Laws in Spanish this year, not only for your sake, but also for my own, because I am perfectly confident that no one can perform the business so well as yourselves, and therefore that my translations can never 'appear elsewhere so favorable as in ypnr columns. I have the honor to subscribe myself, gentlemen, Yours, very respectfully, W. E. l\ HARTNELL, State Translator."

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Tlie Mutiny at Camp Yuma. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Tlie Mutiny at Camp Yuma. The San Diego Herald learns that the combination which has existed for some months past among the new recruits at Camp Yuma, on the Colorado, has been broken up, and that the ringleader is now in irons.

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Attempted Robbery. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Attempted Robbery. An attempt was made on Wednesday night to break into the shop of Air.Charles Burroughs in Negro Alley. . They had bored two holes through the door, and were engaged upon the tliird, but were overheard by Mr. Burroughs, who snapped a pistol at them, when they decamped. B@=Col. Farreli. of San Diego, whose name ! has been mentioned as a candidate for the ; office of District Judge, for this district, au- i thorises the withdrawal of his came ip cou- ! nection with that office. Shipwreck.—The ship Oxford, with a ! largo cargo of merchandise from Boston, was stranded about 40 miles north of San Francisco- on the 12th instant. The steamer Sea Bird, advertised to sail for San Pedro, on the 14thj went to her assistance., thereby occasioning the interruption of her voyage. The American Minister at Mexico has ; suspended Mr. Rice from exercising the duties j of Consul at Acapulco, till his official conduct j can be examined into by a tribunal competent 1 to determine the q...

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Los Angeles Comity Itidians. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Los Angeles Comity Itidians. [_LETTER NO. XXII. j Finis. Having given a sketch of the Angeles County ; Indians from the time they were the free, natal | possessors of the soil, living contented in a state j of nature, until these civilized times of squat- { ting and legislative oppression, in which not j only they, but those bearing their blood iu a fourth degree, are included, to the shame of I this our country, and disgrace of the framers • of such laws, 1 shall now conclude them, with j a very short review of how far their ancient manners and customs remain in force among the handful left of a once happy people. "1 heir former lodges are not now in existence, and most of the Indians remaining in the county are from other parts—from Santa Ynez to San Diego. A few are to be found at San Fernando, San Gabriel and the Angeles. Those in service on ranchos are a mere handful. You )vill find at present more of them in the qounty ; j of -Monterey than in this, excluding the three | place...

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The Japan Expedition. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

The Japan Expedition. It is stated on. the author?t,y nF tho Dutch frigate Hrioco of Orango, .that rXiO Ivraperor of Japitn jius strongly forlific-d every piwt of his const, tttid ha* a body of well-equipped soldiers ready to give the Americai\ cxpftdUioti undeiCom, Perry A warm greeting;. The Dutcli officers ull think vur force despatched. to ihnt quarter as utterly iondequui'.' to tl»ti tuck of ioroingua entry fiito the city ofJoddo.

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Religious. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Religious. The Catholic Mirror announces that at the i late Catholic Council at Baltimore, measures were adopted for the erection of a new .4rch- ! -Episcopal See at San Francisco. A See is to i -be erected at -Santa Fe to supercede the present ! Vicarate. The Census of France is published. The population is numbered at 35,781,028, showing i an increase of only 381.142 since 1846, being much less than in former proportionate peri- ! ods. The diminution is accounted for by the I emigration to South America and California, and by fewer marriages having been contracted in the late troublous times. | EsB*. Thomas Francis Meagher, one of the | most eloquent a,nd intrepid of the Irish patriots j of 1848, who was condemned to death, and has i since .been 9, State prisoner for life at Van Dieman's Land, because of his efforts to secure his Country's Independence and her People's Liberties, has escaped from his confinement and is ! now in New York.

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Suspicious Circumstanceu. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Suspicious Circumstanceu. About fifteen days ago two Americans, who landed at San Diego, from the Panama steamer, started for this city, and have boon traced to within thirty miles of their destination. At San Juan, where they encamped on the 12th iust., they were joined by Theodore Savaleta and two persons supposed to be Sonorenians, and on the following day (Tuesday, 13th) the whole party came on as far as the Santa Ana river, and encamped upon the rancho of Theodocio Forba. Since that timo, the Americans have not been heard from, although much enquiry has been made in this city and neighborhood. Strong reasons exist for supposing that they have been murdered. Savaleta is a most i notorious character, and recently broke jail in i this place, having been confined on the charge : of stealing five yoko of oxen from Bernardo | Yorba. Shortly after the Americans were I migsed, Savaleta exhibited about $500 at San | Pasqual, although it is-known that previous to | falling in with them h...

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Democratic Ratification Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Democratic Ratification Meeting. On the evening of the 19th inst. the Democrats of Los Angeles met in great numbers, to testify their entire approbation of the nominations made by the National Democratic Convention ot Baltimore. The occasion was ushered in by a national salute from Fort Hill, on which was lit at an early hour a magnificent bonfire which illuminated the city for miles around, and also a display of fire works prepared for the occasion. ¶ A numerously attended public meeting followed. The venerable Col. Ward, who voted for Madison at his first election and fought with Jackson on the plains of Chalmete, presided. M. Norton and J. Jacoby served as Vice Presidents, and M. Keller as Secretary. ¶ A series of resolutions were adopted, expressive of entire satisfaction in the nominations, and pledging the nominees the warmest support from this, the democratic banner county of California. The meeting was addressed in eloquent strains, by Messrs. Brent, Norton, Downey. M. C. Ro...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

■&%. NOTICE, jgif AS the " Dc-nft l.'n.iriQ" will i;lose on Wcdnes- | day, f.ljfi 2tfth ins*-, fill persons indebted (n iih. eirhftr by note or bin>k account, will cull un<! settle up. All nocounts against the ''Bella Uniou" by being proi-unlcd, will bnvo imtat'dlfii'• paymf-Tit;. GJHSQN & 1-iODGluS. Proprietors. 1 Los Angolan, July "4tli. ]«?>2. jy21 if "JKTOTICK,— Tho nubacirllwr,- legal owne? of ±>0 tbo rancho of Sun Pasoual, having received much damage and annoynm.'*.* 1'roin person* who bare l-nterod npi>n his,hinds for the purpose of running bin Uor*os, tuliin wood, :tn<i driving? off emtio belonging toenid rauohu, hereby gives notion in triiom *c vuay concern, 1 ihu i; penSona Ourarnittihg those or similar abuse*. will bo judicially jiroaccutal, and will be subjectufl to tli<5damug** and costs provided by law. MAmJRL GAKF1AS, Proprietor of lonebo of San Pu*cual. ,ty24 2t Statu...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

GUN, LOCK, AND WHITE SMITH. CALAMANDER SAFES opened ; Locks made and repaired. , All work warranted. Also, constantly on hand and for sale, a large assortment of Double and Single Barrel Shot Guns, Rifles. Pistols, Gun Trimmings, &c.. &e., which will bo sold cheap. Powder and Shot at wholesale and retail. a 11 orders for work promptly attended to, and executed at short notice. Commercial st., a few doors below Montgomery st, San Francisco, California. jelP 3m MST. FRANCIS HOTEL-This favorite House having been completely renovated, the public can be accommodated with comfortable furnished and unfurnished Rooms, at moderate rates. Also, with Lodgings, on favorable terms. jeo 3m E. BELLEAU, San Francisco. American and chile flour, and barley.—w 0 are constantly receiving, and offer for sale., at current rates, in lots tp suit Durchasers — CHOICE AMERICAN AND CIIiLE FLOUR, of approved brands, comprising, Qallego, Ilaxall. Richmond City .Mills, MflWhos do Conaepci...

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Pajnino <ie Hlerro del Paiiifico. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Pajnino &amp;lt;ie Hlerro del Paiiifico. El Seftor Freeman representante del estado del Mississippi, en el Congreso de los Estados Unidos, ha pronuijciado ultimamente uno de los discursos mas epergicos 3' convenientes que hayan podido oirse en la apoyando la medida de estableoer una linea de camino do fie,rr,o, la que h a de correr desde San Diego hasta Ja eiudad de Vicksburg. Dicho discurso esta lleno de datos interesantes y de conocimientos estadigticos que enianan de principios autenticos, los que van dirigidos a probar la posibilidad que-existe de hacer pasar el oamino de fierro por el rio Gila, las grandes ventajas q,ue han de resultar cuando se hallo concluido el misnxt, y el lucido provccW) que ha de producir a los empresarios. ii'spone igualmento .qpe se halla ya edificada una mitad del gran ppmino de fierro, que con ej tiempo se extenderd alo largo de la union. Desde el punto de Waterville, situado en ©1 " estado del Maine, hasta Vicksburg, que sfi halla en el Mississip...

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Progretoa del lilomcrismo. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Progretoa del lilomcrismo. Se ha presentado a la legislatura de Massaphusetes una solicitud, pidiendo que las mageres gocen el derecho de servir en la milicia nacional.

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Franc in. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Franc in. Paso el 10 de Mayo sin que Luis J\ 7 apoleon fuera proclamado emperador. No hubo mas que una fiesta militar. Formaron 000 000 homhres, a los que paso revista el presidente, entregando a los aguila y banderas, que fueron solemneraento bendecidas por el arzobispo de Paris, a que acompanaban 400 individuos del clero. El presjdente .di rigid una proclaraa a las tropas recordando las victorias obtenidas cuando el ejercito uso la aguila. So distribuyeron docientas cruces y m'edallas, y concluyo la ceremonia con algunos gri--tos de: "Viva el emperador." Los obi'eros no ,abandornaron ese dia sus talleres, SOOgefes, generates, &amp;amp;c., dieron un banquete a que coneurrio un numero considerable de personas. El general Lamoriciere insiste en no prestar el juramento de fidelidad al presidente.

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C^chiuchina. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

C^chiuchina. LI lifcoral de la Cochinchina. como tambien las Islas de Pulo-Condor y de Calao-Cham que cunfinan con Gila, han sido el objeto de una reciente esplotacion mandada por el Gobierno frances. El oomercio de este pais, tal como hoy se hace, presenta pocas seguridades, y que yeneer obstaculos insuperable.*. Solo el rcy esplota en beneficio auyo el monopolio del comercio, siendo costumbreno enviarle otros articulos que los que le convieneri. Se dice que hace espiar cruelmente a sus encargados de negocios la mala interpretacion do sus ordenes, o haber servido mal sus gustos. Compra de sus mismos subditos a preicios sumamente bajos el azucar. la seda cruda, ol marfil, la canela y otros articulos. buques de 400 toneladas estan dedicados a la importacion de los productos estrangeros. Todos los alios pasa un buque.a Singapor, otro Abattiza yel tercero a Caleuta: los dos que restan se haeen a la vela para Saigon, de donde vuelven con los productos de la baja Cochinchina, como el arr...

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Las Nominaciones Democi-aticas. [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Las Nominaciones Democi-aticas. La convencion democratica nacional sc reu. nio en Baltimore, el primero de Janio v permanecio en sesion durante cinco dias. En la 49 bala que salio en la votacion el General Franklin H. Pierce del estado del Nuevo Hampshire fue nombrado para tomar el pue&amp;amp;to de la presideneia y el Honorobie Senor Guillermo R. King, el de la vice Pi^esidencisj,,

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Pern, [Newspaper Article] — Los Angeles Star — 24 July 1852

Peru, Ha- muerto el general B.ermudez El gobier.no ha celebrado una contrata con la casa de Murfietay C. ado Londres, para el espendio del huano peruano en todo el reino de Kspafia. Hansido declarados puertos mayores Arica, Islay, C-ullao, S. Jose y payta; menores, lqui. que, Leo, Chala, Pisco, Huaeho Pasma, Capasmayo tumbes, y se han habilitado J,as caletas de Mejillones, Picagua, Patillos, Chucumata, Morro de Saima, Cocoteo. Quilca. Zomas, Nazca, Caucato, Chincha, 6'erro Azul, Ancon, Chancay, Suj-e, Huasmey, Samanco, Chimbote, Sauata, Malabrigo, Eten y Sechura El arancel ha sido reformado en sentido liberal. En Marzo se esportaron 44.700 quintules de saiitre. El gobierno no permitio que entara a la republica cl general Ballivian, y cstedirigio una carta dema siado fuerte al presidente Ecbenique,

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