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< haN(i al I!••■ *InriH«- Rarnu k». [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

Change at the Marine Barracks. We understand that Lieut. Robert Tansell of the United States Ship Dale, has been placed in command of the troops garisoned in this place -- He relieves Capt Ward Marston, who has for several months had command of the troops on shore. Capt Marston leaves to-day in the Savannah for the United States.

Publication Title: California Star
Source: California Digital Newspaper Collection [UC Riverside]
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Di.trr«*tNß lem. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

Distressing News. By Capt. J. A. Sutter's Launch which arrived here a few days since from Fort Sacramento — We received a letter from a friend at that place, containing a most distressing account of the situation of the emigrants in the mountains, who were prevented from crossing them by the snow, — and of a party of eleven who attempted to come into the valley on foot. The writer who is well qualified to judge, is of the opinion that the whole party might have reached the California valley before the first fall of snow, if the men had exerted themselves as they should have done. Nothing but a contrary and contentious disposition on the part of some of the men belonging to the party prevented them from getting in as soon as any of the first companies. The following particulars we extract from the letter :— The company is composed of twenty three waggoons, andd is a part of Col. Russell's company, that left the rendeivous on Indian Creek near the Missouri line on the 13th day of May ...

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ADDKCSS of faro. Sloat to the People of Alit'ariia. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

ADDKCSS of faro. Sloat to the People of Alit'ariia. Cosiiaodorc Slant* Addro*. Tho Central Gorcm=et:t of Mc\ico Lss coamrncell.^:::: - «p«in*t the U. S. of America, by iavadin- its urntary. and attacking the; iroops of the U- S. stationed oa thonctth siio, cf xk: Bio 0.-»aJ*, wtth a farce of seven ihtc*- , asd xsea' cadrr lbs cparoand of Viira A ::::.■ 1 nhir'acnny was totally destroy eJ, and all their aiajjwrr. bsjt^ga. A^c , captured oa lh« Sth and 9lli of ihy tut* bj ■ f " rc « cf two thousand three i Uu=J»i n»n, cadcr the ccaaoad of lien. Tar- s ' -~,.., ,-'• city of &amp;gt;:aaaawaaa takta and occupi-j ci by tLe forces cf the U. S. Tho t«-o nation^ j beln^ aciuailr at war by this traasadioa, I shall j hoL'tibe suindani ofthsU.S. at AlcnUreyim-; tardiattlr, aai shail tarry i: thrcn^boat C*itf»rt.ia. I Jtc!arc ta tr.e'ir.ha&amp;amp;tSTiU of CaJGCtraa;fJul a!iHcfjrH I came ia arm*, wita a powctful fara",! I do t»: ccm? anon; thtfti a» *n entrny to C«h I - fornia ; but ca t...

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<;rucrsil Order [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

General Orders. U. S. Flag Ship Savannah. Harbor of Monterey, 7th July, 1846 We are now about to land upon the territory of Mexico with whom the U.S. are at war. To strike fheir flag and hoist our own in place of it, is our duty. It is not only our duty to take California, but to preserve it afterwards, as a part of the U.S. at all hazards. To accomplish this it is of the first importance to cultivate the good opinions of the inhabitants, and reconcile them to the change. We know how to take care of those who oppose us, but it is the peaceful and unoffending inhabitants whom we most reconcile, I scarcely consider it necessary to caution American seamen and marines against the detestable vice of plundering and maltreatment unoffending inhabiants. But that no one may misunderstand this duty, the following regulations must be strictly adhered to, as no violations of them can hope to escape the severest punishment. 1st On landing, no man is to leave the shore until the commanding office...

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■ . .... [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

Home Education. • Ao^tiier important rsls ia hone eJuc-vJca i*. .".-■•- -'.^ ...-.:'. at it,!v ;;!,■■ natarecfa •ciild, cat by fapfrwrioa, bol by evprr-iian — I ttring firth a!l tb» g^od, and the eril wi?i peii»!&amp;gt; jofiudf. Tbc patent taoit* of eJacafiun all ; aioj t tbe plan m! ta«mjj dawn, (V rkia^ , prnr.|inj; tiny t!l icsolre ihtmtrlrra ioto a conI rr.:. I—Do1 — Do n^t ; the uadeno ia a crowd of petty ipirtictlirj ptssa for tfca Tiitaoat ; am! the sail jiJr*icx*«nrteJ, ta»t it Las no ttrca^tb to put 1 fdrth a fruitage of grand and f*tnnnns artioei. j Mt*t bx^lrs oa ciicetron are written by old ip «i i.-.. :.•:--:.* BtueH cbaut •dncatton as about hf.rscdef.ling; and therefor* tho»r lw&amp;gt;ok» abound with a tbon? and minute and »i!ly dctaik which, if tnrariably and -rnpu!.nt*!jr obwnred, wocld ctnxb the «nrate»t gc&amp;amp;ra* that »i« ercn sen: br b«arra to brighten, or th« diriont •tc*llea«t &amp;lt; that, erer traj «nt br Heaven to gladden the I wbrll W...

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1 1 1 ■ 11 ■. 1 ■ – m. I I'nr,:;» of u;I .•..:..■.•. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

1 1 1 ■ 11 ■. 1 ■ - m. I I'nr,:;» of u;I .•..:..■.•. ; Tetc ii «Ua iiitcß?prr.tt;ce of rairtn, cr.J tlta its rutini i« a silly ! i ■"•••&amp;lt; The ia:en»»«rance cf s?riousr.?f«, arid then It v * •■•'.. - -■■■. -. The intcarvrsnee of ctnbi:icn, enJ then lit ii thcbsrtltJ bsruolabuuifrid, *. t..»il ,-»j. _ . . . r ■.■::.:!.&amp;lt;:.'. i:::r.---. : Tbo iatrraperanr* of tave, aiyj t!«*n \-v it 1 good f«»r nothing drircicr. 'Its intemperance of aug«r. ar.J thru bf h a fr.*:Lir.» 1.. . .:. .1 Tfc« inteap;ran;j of drtrs ar.J tnisue:*, *t.i ;".••&amp;gt; Le it • z '■'&amp;lt;■:. r- fop. The intccptra^ta of the jmr», an«] tb*a L» :« The i;.v : -.r ::;:..- c cf tht plate, and then ht a 1 fcltly u?utlon.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 February 1847

To »l«-i ham , IfWKatiMcattMlwMt. I— TW Mmlum j I ;:«:.'*!. &amp;lt;4 • t.ie aast »-.i:T»::rct powrr l ( r » rr.,i« j -•.. 43.000 baol^U, ta U- £aU!trtl by ll.«- Bnt of Jay • t*tt ; casb via W&amp;gt; (-1 it ••MM* •■dr. at V'rUi ! Cu«-a* or Xrw lirit cUa. wr ta:tlier iaf9tt3.tUut a,&amp;gt;jCv v 1 H T. J..a&amp;lt; - C«i- Vrrla Caf n* or JOHN .V. SUTTEB. I y&amp;gt;W lldTttj&amp;lt; r ' b ' r&amp;gt; 15t7 _ A CARD. . ♦ I r.LBEET V. JONES, Amiin us C«r\«u -« ,«T I^w, lU-..-- |ar«tni i :.-..-!/ j^... : ... i: : ,'q |V« iTowa of YKKn.\ Dt'ENA, wUt prmr tier bi» JV«/#--aw««a «,(!-' r.ori. rf S«m Fs.»sctaca Durairr, »rJ j anaai to ta« C«*Ktea •&amp;lt; l\u Z n Drbta. REFUIENCIX liea. linear Cut. Kratmek?. Has. 1 1.., 11. Ocvrm, W,.--.w. lloa. \V». C, I»u«TtM, Asa; V &amp;lt;;,.:;. _pt»«Mt», Sum i. :. it«&amp;gt;. Ac» Vwi r. 1 / X \KI&amp;gt;. : • C H. riCKETT, Arroaxrr »t Law, Hariaf b&amp;gt;f«t»J jbaßaaif»anw«Ma&amp;lt;U«MtiM Tow. of ...

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The California Star -t :.p [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

The California Star. Progress of the Army in Mexico -- Capture of Monterey VOL. 1 The following particulars of the storming and taking of Monterey by the U. S. Forces, and the accounts of the progress of our army in Mexico, we copy from late U.S. papers. They cannot fail to be interesting; to our readers generally. Extract of a Letter dated Monterey, Sep, 28th, 1846 * * * * * The army arrived before Monterey on the morning of 19th, and encamped three miles from the town. On the morning of the 20th, Gen. Worth's division left camp to operate on the right of the town without any further restriction from General Taylor. the column moved slowly, halting from time to time to repair the road for the passage of our artillery. Late in the afternoon we arrived in the vicinity of the first conical height on the right of the town from this height , the Bishop's Palace is located, half way down the slope facing the town. The palace is is defended by a strong redoubt of solid back-country Alter ...

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• ■ [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

• ■ Ncinitg " ccaeraliy strikes the itaapnttionj, aaaecj^ures the eJVctiass of mankind, ts taej passess'ion cf power. The nu^Ss-hood school rasster wiJ. hit ecptre cf Hrch enjoys ««K*et! tatisf«*t;on ia being abie 10 rule with. de/poUe i -ray over a £eif juvenile subject*. The country j squire vrbo BACkS bick cpaa Lis dignity aad | Eats aa Rrmc t* nty fire teat* for i j ceatempt cfcocjt, feels exquniJe ddijiit iab:s, ability to oppress his fellow creature. The pom- i pocs," bloated «t'3.aj.v lV * in the chsir of State,; who hw beea blo«aicU&amp;gt; cCc* by ..mo aeeidoa•jl popular bteez:, chuckles over tlio cvect wha jaycus pra'ifi ration. Tae love cf po«rr rr-rra&amp;lt;!c» erery class of pfop'c, yet few will twublc themselves *iia a moKcnis reflection ia regard to the | •ssn&amp;amp;er ia -Jriicb .tbey have obtained it or the object for vfckh they have b*ea clatted with it ■ 1 bey lost sight of the interests cf the once deari people, and seem solely beat upon their own ...

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iS ■•<-.;» from tbc Caltrd Ma*. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

iS ■•&amp;lt;-.;» from tbc Caltrd Ma*. "**^ We £re«ndelttd to tLe kindt-crs cf C-pt. S F. DaPoat t Co!. M*san it fjJrs :'■■■■■■ U. S. papers, ia wbka w« f.: J many i:rr. • cfictenstin'* news. We bare ditcsfrosi New York aad Washisgloa city to the Oth cf Nor. h*. The bi'l redne»!&amp;gt;g tba UriiT was parsed a few days -Jot* tls Miramoat of Coagroat, and refecired the approval of the President. Tha Pre*iJent Lss rtfesed tf&amp;gt; accept mediation of Gr«f-t Eiitsjn, tnd ortc-rtd Gca. Taylor! to prooacnic th« wir in Meiita •ri:h vigor. — ■ Gen. Taylor is ordered to mtrcb tOTra'ds the i llexlcsn Capital, snd Gen Wool to CLilcahna. j Sir Polk's ednini'tj-a'.ioa is lecon.ir.g crpsp-j o!ar" Ths whig* hire meca&amp;gt;c!&amp;gt; ! ja e!*r!»r.~: •heir caadidstsa ia all the bis elections. They carried the stale of New Yo:k by over ten Us onmsjjrity, cad in every state b which ties- j liamilajl taken plsca ._ • 4 . re . -, __ ia elctliug •lmos: every rasn 00 their tkkct. ...

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k ral airarrn*. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

General Kearney This gentleman arrived in our town on Saturday last. After having acted a very conspicuous past in the war in the south. and aiding in bringing it to a sucessful termination. he repaired to Monterey where he spent a few days in examining that point with a view to the erection of permanent fortifcations. He vame up here on the U. S ,Sloop of war Cyane. ,«'&amp;lt;•.•: 1 i\- ■•■; • \ it a »:IJ, amiable and intel ; lijent tjxaa — pltin and unassuming, and |iPannn ! great experience both in military and cml goren r. t ./-! aiTsirf. He is t ::.:.• i.:!y qualified to cikhirg* ihc in.portant duties awgaed to hi.-a in ithis country by tie Pre*id«ct ;\V« tider^aud that he caaM here vested will foil poner, tfier the caa^aaet of tba eoaauy to or«»r.lie a cl\ il governrat nt ; end 1 hit since hit ; arjival «3e«patches bar*- lino received from VVashI tof tan city not oz.ly renewing the authority otir, iniftj rutcd in .:n but granting him &amp;amp;dJtii&amp;lt;ana! poV...

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I'niM. i [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

Public Meeting A large and respectable public meeting of the citizens of Yerba Buena was held on Monday evening last, on the corner of the Portsmouth Square opposite the Portsmouth House for the purpose of taking into consideration a project disposition of the public beach lands in front of the town. Mr. W. S. Clark was called to the chair and Hugh Reed Esq. appointed Secretary, In answer to a call from a number of citizens we explained the object of the meeting and offerrd the following resolution. Resolved -- That we will use every effort to induce the governor and council to divide the beach lands in front of the town into convenient business lots and to sell them for the benefit of the town, or the territorial government. We made a few remarks in support, of the resolution in which we alluded to the attempt of a few designing individuals to appropriate the whole of this valuable property to their use for purposes of speculation. Who we concluded, Parson Danleavy rose and commenc...

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C*fu«*rul (»r«l«*r. To all v 1 it may roix'orn. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

C*fu«*rul (»r«l«*r. To all v 1 it may roix'orn. The nndenigacd. Commander in Chief ot the V-.v.t Force* ot the 1- n.tr J lute* in tho P.-cai • •',■•.,-.]. in vir tue of anttior.ty vc.lrd in bin by the President of the United ;«!•»■•, and ijkiOit m ccusuierationtho btacraptioa caaseil to the agricultural pursuits of the mbabitMU • I California, by the Ule nniettleU tUtt of the country— Uu C rrat demand at present for ati articles of provisions, tat I the probable iaeiMM of that demand— -direct* that for the &amp;gt; i«pace of «ix caiehder mor.ths from the Ist March next:-— j viz. frira lha lit o'said tatathli March to the Ist of Us* i raonj» of September nrxt,— tho following articles cf proi vi*ie&amp;lt;n i slia.ll b&amp;lt;s admitted ir.to the ports of California fret jof a. I eharjjM and duty, viz.;— Beef, Pork, Bread, Fioar, j Butter, Chceae, Su»sr and Rice. Dour onboard Die U. S. Ship Independenco Harbor of ' Mout;rey 11th of Feb'y. ]«-17. (Signed,; Wm. BRADFORD BBUB...

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rirralar «> Or«t<-ii (iciicn'l [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

Circular o Orders General. i acinco, en viriiiu ac la actoriiiad quo «jticd;i en mi, dtdo por S. E, el Presid nte do In*, li. I . Considerando laa atrasadas en la agriculture •!• !;&amp;gt;■!, -i porcaiwade lo« dificultades ya pasadem y la denur.d.i por todu cl an de provisioncs, y qu* probablamento • ." i i.-i ■-. — *y Por e*to decreto SJM por el termino do gies raescs, drspues rl lo do Mario proximo, a saber— del lode Man) haala el lod'j ,S?ti-jmbre ; !•&amp;gt;» provision's a'jijo denomiv.,-.&amp;lt;"'. n ■»■ ii'l.n !.■!&amp;gt; en In ;..!'-."to* de California sin Jt*. choH algunoa, a *a!»er, Came, Came de Pucrco. Pan, Galleta. A.- .aa, Manteca, Qneso, Asacar, y Arroz. Fra^ata de Gu&amp;lt;;rra de los E. V. f«a lad?pendcnt ; a, Monterey Ude Frebro.de - it. W. BKANFORD SHUBRICK. San Francisco February I7th, 1847. Sir -- By command of Commander J. B. Hull, U. S. Navy, (Governor and Commander of the U. S. Forces Northern District of California, I have the honor t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

AT AUCTION. An assorted cargo of goods will be sold on Mondayn the 1st of March at Messrs. Howard &amp;amp; Mellius, Yerba Buena at 10 O'clock A. M. consisting of PRINTS. DRILLING, LINEN, MANILLA, GLASS &amp;amp; CHINA WARE, WINES, BRANDY, OIL, CUTLERY. SHOVELS and a great variety of DRY GOODS, GROCERIES &amp;amp; HARDWARE. Terms of sale of will be cash or government bills. The above are Prize Goods to the U. S. Ship Cyane, and are so!d by order of the Commander in Chief of ths U. S. Naval Forces on this Station, for and on account at whom it may concern. U. S. Ship Cyane. Yerba Buena. Feb 15 1847. 7 tf A CARD. L. W. HASTINGS. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, having located himself permanently at San Francisco, and having made arangements to procure an extensive Law Library, including the laws of Mexico, relative to the department of California, hopos to be fully prepared to investigate the titles and claims to lands, and to conduct all the various branches of his profess...

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notice of Some or {be Officers ho Tell at I—ltiii [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

Notice of Some of the Officers who Fell at Monterey. Lieut. Charles Hoskins, -- of the 4th infantry who was killed in that gallant charge in the streets of Monterey on the 21st of September, was a native of North Carolina , He graduated at West Poirit in 1836 and was Adjutant of his regiment at the time of his death. As an officer he was ever active and distinguished. He rendered very important services in his capacity as adjutant in the battle of the 8th and 9th May last. As Quartermaster in the old Cherokee nation in 1938 under General Scott and Wool, his services were preeminent in all the operations preliminary to the removal of the Cherokees. To attempt to bear any sufficent tribute to his rare virtues as a man, a gentleman, and a friend, might make this record interesting to the public. But that public which cherishes the glory of the Republic, and instantly records its admiration for such heroic deeds will feel an interest in hearing of the exalted private words of such men, ...

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PROCLAMA a los Habitantes del Norte, o Distrita de San Francisco un California [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

PROCLAMA a los Habitantes del Norte, o Distrita de San Francisco un California Bil ■-*- I V;i '. j a la b*k-i« dul rotnottdiate V Maj it mi &amp;lt;U«r4». &amp;lt;;■&amp;gt;» alf an an— a. h*a trnitl«, ) *ua tka&amp;gt; f a t n *• vrricio, \o* tairxrna* da •*■ a*» J» &amp;gt;r rorn. ca, « c«a* E^Urs* ; part na caaudrran s"* ' '• I •• •• r - tan de tea drrrrbos &amp;lt;tr bembrrs II.", v i. ••••'•■• paitaa cotaprirr a auaxua •»« r« «■• ua roatrado «atia«U&amp;lt;l» lit ti 1 4* (a maadar, &amp;lt;!■*&amp;gt; M) «aU (rdM M adrUa. ic. la prrtooa • pcraeaa* %t* lut .&amp;lt;■« n■.i *a am o s'-^ a Ism 0 |\a«m. • n el r*}u»a» «rr ».» &amp;gt;»|if»ida ; 10. p.*. .n ra eaten I V rt-td. aara &amp;lt;!«*• t»*!t» .a m» ha^srrt, . S«r elijma a m Lbra ■ vr !.!» oeluw a •," ' n ■„:.. «». M ra la ililajiarii tjoe to 4» cvatrato ron latLoa «m. taw. 4r&amp;gt;» — m ia» aato »■■:-,-.: ... J.:- : .%»„ drb* c»:r»r * Im lad •• c«m« r»cU%&amp;lt;&...

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A PROCLAMATION to the luhabitants of the Northern District of California [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

A PROCLAMATION to the luhabitants of the Northern District of California II !.n ..ij run* !» tfcr kn-nr". &amp;lt;f^ of iLe C.»pi-j:aad»r i Ch.tf cf tint 4*Jnci, that e*rtj:a bar* In fa «a • .1 axr &amp;gt;.:,■•-&amp;lt;■ •{ aaJ !.-;;;.. ttrttte lndUn&amp;gt; j;.. : tlx'j wall, sod milt— &amp;gt; any l*f ••' tvotrMrt, and w. •..■»_! 4ar 'c^ird U - be r rvlit* a« frr* mn »Vn trot attdtt «•„•. &amp;lt;.::■.'. :■: kt« .■ — I M hen by if .'-r. 1. ln_l iii (-.-•- ao hold ii; v ; &amp;lt;: • i .i .. ; I . .-; . ...•• ■ n Ox-si, and j»j rat iViu La rrta.-a ta their o« a I wr. ntl-t* i!.-_, ci. make a eastracl w.ih item »h eh •'. »'i b« r.i u ,:i-. . :. briar* the crart»t Jm«, wb ci. raamct, abaU I- t.a. tag i- ;-. i hat* j. :r: » . Tb* f ndn 1-vj.i'w mm| ».■! be rtparJeJ in ti, Lfitt of iUtts, b\n it it &amp;amp;rzsf4 orvrtczty that th- lai aba M :. :i I : r .•■&amp;lt;:: e .-&amp;gt;'M ''.3.' id- »!:&amp;lt;;•' -\ •:,#■:.•. «r^ tb« :;'MC v. ,;;....

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