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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 February 1847

To Nertuan. rplIC SUBSCRIBER want, two lanabaf MaeVart J. for wbeat, «f a ana aa4 »l!>,< :.t power far . r • • ' aaa».4o^baabala.tob* llu^J by th« f,- ■ . f ; . - r r 1 1 ; ci-!i « . :i be paid for t ! r - :. t -■ vatV« ' • Bwua «r Xrw Hr.'vetia. far fitrtber taOnau aa apal; iC. r. •raC^ratbaaWaaar „ _,\j JOHN A. BUTTER. N<-w Ilrivetis, Frby. 1*47. Oti A CARD. ELBERT P. JONES, Arrow ast. rmanm »T Ltw, Ifarin; iorai.d baaaweT arpaaarat ia th. Tawa af YBKBA OUENA. wiU praeue* bia Pnf.f •ten M all tbr Cosrti of % tm i»»-., ,, c(> Ihanucr. as* ataaad to Iba Caßrat.aa of Faraaga Dabta. UEFEUE.NCES. Haa. llt»BT Cl*v. Knlmely. Iloa. Tao* II l'r\ T .;,, uJmrnri Han. Wfc C l-tit A'^-J r Jr ma. ft ■■■■■. 8t»*« 4, Ntxcn, St» Vori Cry TOO PRINTING— CIRCULAR* HANDBILL' Java I laantU wttb aaapaata at Mm Office. :MiMt

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

The California Star. VOL. 1. YERBA BUENA, FEBRUARY 27, 1847. NO. 8

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

El Pueblo De Los Angelos January 17th - 1847 Sir -- You will comply on the part of the United States -- the article in the Capitulation made with the Californians, on the 13th inst. also with the additional articles of the I6th. For the benefit of all the Military Commanders North of this place, I send by the bearer, Don Joaquin De La Torre a correct copy of the above pensioned capitulation. You will please transmit this information to all U. S. Officers in command of Posts and forces to the North. Very Respectfully, yonr ob'dt. serv;t J. C. FREMONT. Lieut. Col U. S. Army. CART, W. MADDOX, Military Com'dt of Middle Department of California. Articles of Capitulation made and entered into the Rancho of Cowenga this thirteenth day of January, eighteen hundred and forty seven between P. B. Reading, Major; Louis McLane, Jr. commanding 3d Artillery. Wm. H. Russell, Ordnance Officer, commissioners appointed by J. C. Fremont, Lieut. Col. U. S. Army, and Military Commandant of California, an...

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AelelUUnal Article. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

AelelUUnal Article. CIUDAD de LOS Anoeles, Jan. lGth, 1817. That the paroles of all officers, citizens and others of the Luited States and of naturalized citizens of Mexico are by this foregoing capitulation • cancelled, and every condition of said paroles from aM after this date are of m further force and effect and all prisoners of both parties are hereby released. P. B. READING, Mai. CaPa Battallion. | LOUIS LcLANE. Coin'd. Artillery: Wm H RUSSELL, ( 'ordinance Officer JOSE ANTONIO CORUILLE,* : !Km(££JN of Sqadr if. v. ArGOSTIN ERA, Dsputap 4 a 1 Approved, Vji •* J. CV FREMONT, Lieut. CoL t'lK*rrn r »V and Military Commandant of Crlifornia^y 1 ANDREAS PICO, Comraand'tof |y«i ■nd Chief of the National forces of Calirorn\^ Articclos de ("Arm i.*« ion echa el dia trcce jde Knero de mil orho cientos cuarenta v siete por D Jose An to. Carillo Com'dte. de Escuadron y D Augustin Olibera diputado comisionados nombrados por D Andres Pico Com'dte. en Gcfe de las Fuerzas de California pertc...

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From tk* iV. I. Journal of Commerce [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

From the N. Y. Journal of Commerce Washwoton, OctTifGchj 1840. I observed those Mexican flags the other day, in the office of the Adjutants General, which were captured in the battle of Palo Alto and Resaci ide la Palma. Most of them are small and plain, ibui heavy for their size: Red, white and green, f^the compound, the tricolor of the Republic. — VJwp vertex of the staff 13 either spear-like, or I «©!|;°ates in a brass ball, — for they appear to ; h^MLpienty of brass i a Mexico, as some of our jkp<s!BVJr>ldiers have known to their sorrow. In* dtJH# ne y never probably expected to meet with such resolure opposition on the part of the "feeble Mexicans." Think of some seventy boys engaged at the Arsenal below the city in bagging powder for catridges. One could wish them a better employment. The process of demoraliztion always goes on in time of war. The Union flatters it self that Mexico is bankrupt Not more so than the famous "colonies" of '70, who were so des...

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« mi) 4.e>»«rmm»r«i. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

Civil Government Gen. Kerney sailed from this port in the U. S. Frigate Savannah, Capt. Mervine, on Tuesday last, for Monterey, where it is understood, in conjunction with Commodore Shubrick, he will immediately commence the important work of organizing a Civil Government for California. The instructions of the United States Government to Commodore Shubrick and Gen. Kearney are, we understand, full on this point, and invest them with plenary powers, to carry into effect the intentions of the Government. Without appearing invidious, we may be permitted to congratulate the people of California, open the fact that powers, which in their exercise, are of such moment and interest to them, have been delegated to individuals in every respect competent and discreet. Both of them are gentlemen of the most exalted reputation in their professional and private characters, and the people of California may feel the fullest assurance that all their acts will be designed far the general good. The p...

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Eatr*e*emai "»«u». [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

European News The 5 teenier CnUuia armed at Boston oa th* ~ih NovcEiLcr last with Liverpool pipers of the 20* October. 1 hay contained no very impcr* UUt B«*» Great excrement prevailed in Ireland in re!ailcn to the scarcity of provisions. Grain and other inkles of provisions era reported as alar;:;--icgly team in Scotland. The condition of the i lower class of peopte in time two countries is etatcd to bo deplorable in the extreme, in consequence cf the diScullv of obtiinint food. Grain is scarce in all parts of Europe. In France there had been several riots on account if tht difficult j of procuring food- Tht rnibltr non house, had been thrown open which •fiordcd temporary relief. The paper* a»« full of detail* cf tht roarriagc* 3i tht aaeen of Spain to her coutin iViaeo tK)» r,, M i,,in lTAni*.a«loftKc Infanti Lou. Fcr mnda her wlrr. to th« I Hjk« d« Montptntier— roaagwt *on of tht lOng of the Frtneh, which toak place on \h* 10th of I *tob«r last. CoojUU erahJe excitement prtrailed...

Publication Title: California Star
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jrnrxhcr{l*orllrular» ©I lll*' V'a»» from £ v.'i» 111. t HI!, Male*. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

Further Particulars of the News from the United States The government is determined to hold Califfornia at all hazards, and not to give up any portion of the territory claimed by Texas. The most distinctive storm ever witnessed in the Gulf of Mexico, and on the Atlantic seaboard occurred September last. At Havana, between twenty and thirty vessels were totally wrecked, and many driven ashore and greatly injured. Almost every house in the city was injured to a greater or less extent, and many were blown down. Over a hundred persons were killed in the city, and about two hundred slaves on the adjoining plantations. Great damage was done to the sugar and coffee crops. At Key West in Florida, the storm was disdructive [sic]. The whole town was laid in ruins -- every house was blown down except six. The loss to the government alone is estima!ed at $300, 000. Over one hundred persons were killed. The U. S. brig Perry ran ashore, but it is thought she may be saved. Com. Sloat was on board ...

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I'ublir *1..1111 i. ■•« «>!•«•« [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

Public Meeting in Oregon. We notice in the Oregon Spectator of Junethe 25th, the proceedings of a public meeting held there a few days before, for the purpose of deter ing means of turning the emigrants then on their way across the mountains, to Oregon. . Two committees were appoiu'ed, one to proceed mediately to mctt the emigrants, and the other t> take ihf written statements of person*, who p tended to know something about the roil «-J climate of California, and the mnditi >n uf it ) people here. Som« of the »'atenx?n»s »il! ! J found be] aw. Tbey are erroneous in »linost »■ I try particular, acd •#♦♦•• to h»vr bMI ««m!i d:■ (ait tho o' jceu of the con-.m"i:r» A nrmixr * I tic papers c-nuii.i i,: tKftn were tircul.t- • among the emigrants, but i'» v i.a.l iM>«A*<t up(Mi them. Then happened to ba «*»•'•! j it-.: < UMBi; thaa »i, > had bren in CBliTomia »». knew ti>« »t.J»in»n(» to he focorrft !:•■•: «f ! h...

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From ■mr f*a<-. tmmto f'orr'iponii'nt [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

From our Sacramento Correspondent. New Helvetia, Feb'y.13th. 1847. Mr. E. P. Jones, Dear Sir -- An opportunity offering today to send to your town by Mr. Lassen on his way down in a canoe, I write to inform you of the latest news from the mountains -- Capt. E. M. Kern, commander of this district returned from Johnsons settlement on the 11th inst. after an absence of some ten days; he traveled on horse back and found the road very good both going and returning. On his arrival at that settlement he found the five women and two men that had succeeded in getting in from the unfortunate company now on the mountains, in much better health than could have been expectd; in fact they were suffering merely from their feet being slightly injured dy (by) the frost. They are living with the families of Messrs. Keyser and Sicard,and will come down to the Fort for protection as soon as they can walk, Capt. Kern succeeded in getting off the company that we raised here, by mounting them on horses be...

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lpuoiiitment [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

Appointment. Edwin Bryant Esq. is hereby appointed Alcalde of the Town of Yerba Buena, and of tha District of San Francisco. vice. Lieut. W. A. Bartlett. who returns to his naval duties. Given at Yerba Buena, Upper California the 22d. of Feb'y 1847, and in the 71st year of the Independence of the U. States. (Signed) S. W. KEARNEY. Brig. Gen'l. U. S. A. This is to certify, that Edwin Bryant was this day sworn into office by me at this place. Yerba Buena, Feb. 22d. 1847. (Signed) S. W. KEARNEY. Brig. Gen'l. U. S. A.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

JOB PRINTING:— CIRCULARS, HAND-BILLS 4.C. ExMuted with despatch at thi» Office. j LANK SUMMONSES, WARRANTS, a-tii EXfi-' jDci"n"&amp;gt;- ci -&amp;gt; ■■ »» the Star Office.

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.aral Intcilisencc [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

Naval Intelligence. The U. S. iron steamship Alleghany is now approaching completion at the building yard of Joseph Tomilson, the contractor at this place, and from the appearance of the work, both as reguards strength and smoothness, we do not hesitate to say that it will compare with any similar work in the country. The Alleghany has been constructed by John L. Porter, Naval constructor, under whose direction the ship, spar, gun carriages, boats, joiner work, &amp;amp;c., have been made. To that obliging gentleman, we are indebted for the following particulars connected with the vessel, Her dimensions are as follows: Length of deck 185 feet Length of keel 170 Beam moulded 34 Depth do 19 Length overall 200 Tonnage, carpentar's meas't 1156 She was built entirely of iron, excepting the planking on the gun deck; her store room, bread room, shell room, sail room, magazine. chain locker. coal bunks, bead capstans, &amp;amp;c. being all iron, as also her gun and berth deck, water...

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amptielia anal ilm- MiiiiaiitsJ ci 4 Slontcrcr. lt^«i [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

\ amptielia anal ilm- MiiiiaiitsJ ci 4 Slontcrcr. lt^«i A oonajfoadmat of tbe Pkiladelahi, IWj fpeakiag of the article, of caaitalabaa, aa^c^^l They were finally signed by i !.» eosuniciocers { on back eides. end by i iea. Taylor aad teat back &amp;gt; by CoL Davis for the signitor* of Ampadta. He J ny t Lit Amjiudia .-.::&amp;gt;•. ::.c-J a trbol. boar — : which seesed to vi an •£»— for aw bad a lunr ■ tide before us— that he held the pen fifteen mm ntc at a time in his hand, the persperaucn rolling I off hi. lac* ia big drops. At!engtb,byaconrul-i tire effort; he signed. The Citadel ii to be mr j rendered tbi. Doming. The troops are allowed ! seven days to march oat with private baggaga and anas. ' " It may be Tboaajai they were allowed too liberal tarns. Bel they were not conquered. It weald have coat a aagakr eaige and floods of blood to nave reduced the Citadel. They are superior to us in numbers, we allow them to take only what they could carry off without ca. pirnLiti...

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<loßlrrri [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

&amp;lt;loßlrrri This city*;* aatd to be *itu»t*d in tat Moat buatifal »•!!«&amp;gt; in Aturrirr. . ri&amp;lt; sllin; in *ple&amp;amp;dor = r.J rarlefj ci* -sen- tba fir faja+d vallrr of Ctthserc. IHHt rtai abort bilk on all tides csti] tLf y pi«. •»■• tha &amp;lt;' ..d« ; the house t art all | well knit. : : ■ cutarti pared, and Übm to nth earner lisa gar Jena i! 1 »t!i watered and filled v\h ail c.»crij ::.-:. of tropical fraiu : grape*, otaagas, applet, vein, poorgraMs, dates, ngs, cttroos. lcaoas, liars, and in ftet, CTerytaing that vill grow an y when else v hero found ia the greatest tbajndaaee. Oraugai coat nothing. ' Arlsu's garden ii iao»t baaattful ; rsjies, *:«!.:»- teen in crery direction, and *!*-•*. a:c aauy o'JLtn of die mow kind in the tit x. f" Mar the Bin we lore be hiaat — and the land «c J»*r i- in fxea.

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/ General Order. To all «lmn« it may Concern. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

General Order. To all whom it may Concern. The undersigned, Commander in Chief of the Naval Forces of the United States in the Pacific Ocean, in virtue of authority vested in him by the President of the United States, and taking in considerationthe interruption caused to the agricultural pursuits if the inhabitants of California by the late unsettled state of the country -- the great demand at present for all articles of provisions, and the prbbabie ir.c rr a- * of that de&amp;amp;ttsd— darrts far the space of six calendar months from 1st March next : -- m. fna. v. Ist »f m* mmmtk af Max. to Urn lat af tha ! ■ lata. of Haj*iawir prit,— Uc fatlawaM art^lra of m. , «m- .ha be «ir.i :Ad «*, tb« port* cf r«M. ft!!. of tfl char-w aad duly, va_ — „', PodL, i..-. Flour, batter, C&amp;amp;aaa. tafMr and ttaa. Dear oa board U. "g' i ladrpra&amp;amp;aca llajkaj of 1 Mctarrrjr lltkafl- I h«7. iS^aed,) MM. BRADFORD HHt'BRICK ttf Corasuadcr m duet ' , , ■ i

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Circular o Orden General. t [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 27 February 1847

Circular o Orden General. El isfnachio, eonnsaadute r a &amp;gt;• fr, da la* farrzsa, .V« . t*Jm de li* E. U. «a c] msr Phaaiaa, ra nitad da la antoridad v qa-ca ea *&amp;gt;++!-**. - I&amp;gt;rondrei« m laa, E. U. C«andrraada laa atnaaiaaaa It amcaJur. &amp;lt;klpai«por Cascade lot if.SrultiwfCT ya paaadoe y lade, raaada por to£a daW i» prsriaieses, YaM probaUsavsto ■ ■ " aawfal^B^ Mi ma*.— . l*«r «*• « J r^? - *" per •* tenant *» •*• muu, deapasa al !&amp;lt;j de Msrroproi-aa, a nber— id la d* Nan baata d loda Kdiembrs ; las aniinwu a*«ja deaaoi&amp;gt; aadaa •- "*"*!.•• *" parrtoa «Ie CaliXoraia an *». cboa aJfaao^ a ober, (Var, C*.-a« &amp;lt;1* Pbctco, Paa. GalIrta, Aira*. MaaAan. &amp;lt;tuaa». Awcar, j Aim. Kiafau4&amp;gt; Cam* 4a V. La Isdcpredncu. Moaterrr IldoFrtbra.d«l&amp;amp;C7. W BRA.VFORD SHUBRICK. San Francisco February 17th, 1847 Sir -- By command of Commander J. B. Hull, U.S. Navy, Governor and Commander of the U.S. Forces No...

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