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CIRCULAR. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 March 1847

CIRCULAR. To all vrhome It may concern. Wit known. Tk£t tit '•«»t*f U. failed States, dr*m»u! C«c aadaacarc t» th« Paapa* «f California a U«r» cf U>e rood csrcnsCKßt tad happy elr Jl wpijitM cajoyed by He r«pto cf tba u«tod ttotoa, tad to protect tka at l lb« taiac toe, ttemUf attack* of fart iga foo, aatl Craci iatrrsa] cureawtam,— tea micvrd u»a itadfnigtwd with r- r j-.-r aaJ U : a ; ; power*. <fl aad B&itarr; a eotdnj c>•*,-«c >•*,-« if -1 :a f.r r 1 -rr j •? of * »cl»; it m bopcd a*4 a*. C«Tcd w I its tha bappjr rrm'a .!-irr L To i:.» V €--! -1, >.-. a rf of tV Nanl IV; -». tot Prrs'Jmt hit a**(i)«d Ik* r**u!*tioa c* tbo iia^xt tnaW, — Oi» caad-Uaat •« »!u ! i nawli of all ■atiaat. aw eva as tir'J a* forriffa may bo adzn.ttcd ipt« ata far** ib, Trrr.tory, aad tb« rr- aV: hr.i--ii o.' all Part !!•■ j-i'v. « -. j. T« lbi> CmmuH| M !•-. O(lo«r t tlw Pia» ha imipti tbe d rre^« of the n-» -.- v. mOl U. «- ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 13 March 1847

A CARD L. W. HASTINGS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT Law. KsTiaf located iMaaartf arr . 1 .,. •„■ t «t .- »v Fnsc4c*. aad ba«i&x —da awaay au. a* . to praeert aa <i>a- ! "■c Law L-brary, wcSadiaj .a, law* at M-» i-:.ti to Ibr drpar!actU af Cakfatma, brprt l« be f a.iy prtja:cd 1».:.>u1.;.!r l_« l.l.n»tJl!i!..i 13 ! lit." ■. i., J !.> t r.. ■ dart 8.1 law ran— a braacacs «.! *-' ifnaia. with cScicacy aadncrcaa. AUaiar.ain«alaaia ai iaiiaand to L • ear*, oafctr by •*«« otocra, *. J receive k» prompt aad t.-.rT m !:.aattention. 7tf a c.mo. ELBERT P. JONES, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR M !.»». Ha..:.« Joofcd kaawaT prranaratly .. tba Towa cf YERDA LI" UN A, will pracUc«Bis /•.-./,». «-*» 13 a!l Cocru cf has l'aa.<tccjc« iNarajcr. «*i attend to the Collection of Foreign Debts. ■■■■Bill' Hen Haaan Clat- JCr.i.,lHas. Tv» !i. I'tvtoi. JT--a«r. Uaa. W«. C P«.i«». «MMi Tarslaae. l>«et»ra, *it>ut & Nix...

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The California Star. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

The California Star. SAN FRANCISCO, MARCH 20, 1847. NO. 11. VOL. 1.

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PROCLAMATION. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

PROCLAMATION. T« The Po»plf «f ( aliforaia. Tae President of U»s United flute* ba» taatraetod Dm MMHiignai to tike caarg* of the civil rjoveranrat of CalUoran. bo caters apea bis datM vrith aa ardent desire li iimsimi ii fu as be i* able, the interests of toe oaaatry tad Uu wel£m of it» iatubUaaU. The Biidnisigaai has iastraetiona (roaa Urn Pretideßt to tc'r-::: ca JJ 1 - lf *- : "'* ' c' : C « ia<LtatMo#W Calif* m 1 to see that the faUfiawsitjau of tko People are ia the Mapket niaaaer preserved to them, the Coaotitati— of the Waited Statea aßowiag every man to wanhip km Crca'M ia tacb a azaacr as h-i «wa coasdenco isay dictate ,3 L m. Too aaderMtgned m aba lastraetasl to protect the per■aa aad property of lac ejaict anl peaceable inhabitants 4 the eooatry agaiast all or any of their enemies, whether j rota abroad or at boose? and whoa bo Bow assure* too ?aLfcrniaas that it will be bis duty aad*hie pUaaara to ! wmpJy with those iaatract:oMß, h- calls upoa them all to ' ■x...

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Ap>po>lMlsarula fey the President. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

Ap>po>lMlsarula fey the President. flsorgo fUncmfl, of Mml, to be Envoy Extraordinary isJ Mu»trr Plenipotentiary of the In trd Static fur 4m United stags' imj of Great Bnt».u and Ireland, vice Lea* MeLane, nnIM at hi* own tiyiit John Y. Moon, of Virginia, to be Secretary of the Nary «f the Vaiui States, v»a Uoo. George BucmO, to.

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PROCLAMA [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

PROCLAMA Al Pueblo de California. El Presidente de las Estados Unidos habiendo dispuesto quo el ia£rascrit9 se tneargae del Gohierno civil do California, com tun im funcioaes con u.i deseo ard>ente do. prormrer en cam to pocda loa internes del pais y el bie estar de sus habitantes.. EJf^MiMMenb-; tlene ias»mcc!<Joß«ds! Pre*ypnt« de rci■■afar 7 prote.? -.- la* Jsatitucloanrelig^osasdeCaiifjmiaJ y de euidar de qua los d?Tfe>;3f tcV.^'. j ,os do susbab.U»Na l«» Mas asagaraden de la maaera mas amplia, piles la Con•ttut.oa de laz Eittdo* Ummml pcrmlte a ca h mo el pri•wrgio da adorer a sa C'riador del raoda qua lo diet* »v propia eoncieae a. Teatbiea litre eHafraef crlto iaifrucoinej do potegar a ' ( las Persona* y Provradadeed- los habitants quietos y pa-* | Ci&co* del pals, contra todos y cado uno do mm MMMMfMI I scan do a/urn o domesiicoa ; y 0! asegurar abora a los I i Califoniioe qos tanto m deber cotno mi iacliaaeioa el J^mF* ! dar coapl...

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Tamil [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

Tahiti It would appear the unfortunate troubles in that Island approach a pacific termination. By a letter before us of the 24th December, we learn that that fort of Fautahun, which had been considered impregnable had been captured by the French troops, led on by the captain of the corvette Bernard. The French troops having afterwards advanced and turned tha positions of the native forces, they had sought submission to the Proteciorato authorities. Three hundred muskets, a piece of artillary and all the amunition had been taken; and the general submission of the natives was expected. The new Governor General, Captain Lavard of the French Navy, was expectad to arrive in January or February. Gov. Bruat has been created an Admeral.

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v»m» [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

The Name of our Town. Our readers will perceive that in our present number we have conformed to the change recently made in the name of our town, by placing at the head of or paper San Francisco instead of Yerba Buena. The change has now been made legally, and we acquiese in it, though we prefer the old name—the one by which the place has always been known in this country.— When the change was first attempted, we viewed it as a mere assumption of authority without law or precedent, and therefore adhered to the old name of Yerba Buena. It was asserted by the late Alcalde. Washington A. Bartlett, that the place was called San Francisco in some old Spanish paper, which he professed to have in his possession; but how could we believe a man even about that which it is said "there is nothing in" who had so often evinced a total disregard for his own honor and character—the honor and character of the country which gave him birth, and the rights of his fellow citizens in this distand land? ...

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thmmasUmm ef the California Start [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

thmmasUmm ef the California Start :»% hIMMI March 14. 1317. Eit—l ptrrcircia your paper of yesterday, •a article in reference to xaystlf, which I feel in duty brand to reply la, aad hope yoe. will do m* tht justice of iJloTrng raa tat privi!*g* of your eaieataa to viedtcat* myself from tht cbarge of extortion, an-1 a waat of eec'maadatioa oo my part towards the passenegers of the ship Thomas H.Perkins, under my command, which the article alluded to, semms to imply. The T. H. Perkins, was chartered by the U S. Gov't. to bring Col Stevenson and the troops with him, to the.port of San Francisco and there to land them with all belonging to them, allowing the ship 90 lay days at said port deducting the t^Ua occupied in landing at New York, and the detention at Rio Janeiro. No other place or port in California is mentioned in the Charter— Therefore it would not be expected, that the ship would proceed to any ether port after her arrival here, and thereby incurring risks, not stipulated f&...

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I ■ i. .s isaMatj Owjaaaasadaal [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

From our Sacramento Correspondent. New Helvetia, March 13, 1847 Mr. E. P. Jones, Sir.— l sent in great haste an express via •oral, and had then to write tojou, cfl&errsultof tit expediiioosectoutiroa thjt Fort fcr :be relief of the emigrate* oa the California awuataina. This little party of urea rni*,desrrve great credit f r ::.• it exertions-. TL«y*rctcbtd tb* sufmtt on the tOth of Frbrner?, iv catap cear Trucker's Lake, on the east atdo of the mountains, aad left «ttb tvecty-os* pareaac, p«M-ialy women and childrca; they were successfull in getting them all over the mountain, but three of them died on this side of the mountains, one of them from over eating. Part of tec CMapany ate bow here under the ear* of ' Capt Setter. lam told that tbe seen* of «ietm » their reasp is indiscribahlc, twaitaaa had already died £roa sUnaaon. aad aetaaare that 12 or ' 15 of the thirty left, can be brought in, •• thjy art too w*ak to walk. Li cut. Wood worth bu gone to their axsirtane*,...

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MEXICO. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

MEXICO. By the arrival of the ship Xylon from the Sandwich Islands we have received news from Mexico to the 31st of December, and from Durango to the 8th of January. The most interesting items we find, in the S I. News: The Mexican Congress assembled on the 6th Dec, having been convened by Gen Salas, under the provisions of the federal constitution of 1842 Previous to this time, and since the fall of Pare des, Gen. Salas had exercised the supreme executive power, he having been at the head of the party in the city a of Mexico and pronounced in favor of Santa Ana The Congress proceeded at once to an election of President and Vice President of the Republic which resulted in the choice of Santa Ana for the first osVe by a vote of thirteen states eretas) ' eleven for Steer E!orrisga, and of bettor Goats Farias for the second Santa Ana had written a long letter on the occasion, in which he expressed his reluctance (!) to accept the office, but finally concludes that the welfare of the Re...

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From England. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

From England. The Xylon brings us London and Paris dates to the 31st of October. Great activity prevailed at the naval ports of England. Sudden and urgent orders had been received for the preparation of men of war, small and great, for immediate service. The Admiralty were devising measures for efficiently and speedily manning the fleet, on any emergency, without impressing. This is supposed to be in consequence of the marriage between the French King's son and the Spanish Infanta, against which England, Russia, and Prussia, protested. Spain it in a blaze of insurrection, the marriage being looked upon as moat odious by a large mass of the people. Portugal is also in a state of revolution. In consequence of violent change of ministry, many of the nobles bad taken arms, and had even proclaimed the dethronement of the Queen. Ireland and Scotland and some parts of England were suffering almost a famine in conscquence of the failure of the potato crop. Capt. Gordon, H. B. M.'s S. Americ...

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THE CALIFORNIA STAR ?lAltJT.*s: JOURNAL. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

THE CALIFORNIA STAR MARINE JOURNAL. PORT OF SAN FRANCISCO. ARRIVED. March 15th. -- The American ship Xylon, Middleton, ten months from New York, via. Rio, Valparaiso, Calao, Mazatlan, Sandwich Islands. -- Cargo -- Stores for the government, and merchandize for owners on board. March 14. -- Am. bark Tasso, Libby, from Monterey; March 19th. -- The U. S. ship Mount Vernon, Given, from New York -- stores for government. SAILED. March 18th. -- Am. ship Vandalia, Everett, and Am. ship Barnstable, Hall, for Monterey and southern ports. IN PORT. U. S. ship Cyane, DuPont. Ship Moscow, Phelps.--Ship Xylon, Middleton. bark Tasso, Libby. Brig Euphrmia. Russom. ship Mount Vernon, Given.

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

SHERIFF SALE. BY Virtu? of an Execution, issued ont of the Primary Court of San Francisco, in favor of \Vm. A. Leadsdora" against John Fuller, I Ikivh levied upon the- Lands and Tenements at said John Feller, bounded as follows: East by lauds of Wrn. 11. DarU and Wo. Smith ; North by Howard Street, U'esi by Ke arny streeC, South by California street, to tl • place of be^inain^, containing oae hundred varas ameW All the right, title, and interest of said Fuller in said Houses and Lot of land, will ba sold to the highest bidder, at Public Auction, at the Court I Mouse on Thursday, April loth, 1847, at 12 o'clock M. unless raid execution is sooner satisfied. E. WARD PELL. Sheriff. ! San Francisco, Match 15th, I*7. 11 4t L -„ ~T NOTICE.^ ■ *"~ HAVING Lost in ma streets of San Francisco a note •f hand el Mr J. li. Dso .v n in my faror of $120, and said note hr.vi j been settled, will not be of any use or value in like hand* of any person who mi^lit have possession of it. .. J. VIOGET. A ...

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NAVIES. [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

NAVIES. ln the United States Senate, a report from the Navy Department has been received showing the naval forces of various powers, as follows: Great Britain has (exclusive of 14 sailing vessels and 22 steamers in the India navy, 26 contract mail steamers, under control of Government, 72 revenue cutters. Totall 134 vessels, carrying 310 guns) in commission, 371 vessels, carrying 4,718 guns; building and in ordinary 300 vessels, mounting 15,054 guns. Total 671 vessels, mounting 17,772 guns; manned by 40, 000 men; of which vessels 121 are steamers. France has in commission 187 vessels, carrying 3,157 guns; building and in ordinary, 129 vessels and 4,625 guns. Total 316 vessels, 8,782 guns; manned by 27,554 men; of which vessels 37 are steamers. Russia has (exclusive of the Caspian fleet) combining in commission, building ordinary, &c., 179 vessels, 5,976 guns, manned by 59,000 men, of which vessels 6 are steamers. The United States have in commission 47 vessels and 1,155 ...

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A G»od I«uwr [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

A G»od I«uwr • i he l*-TTer . W,« be would crete, be wtNiU £rit«f aU bive .i^.or.r-t and • riiUmi nan — ana "Fd*j»jrfßigj«a« feeling, of incarrnptaSle inteyrity, ol big* sod boljr a*pinUo»t, ■patlaai yirizj in prirafs ii.V <>f etptaaira bcaerulenco. of ezal!eJ prristlta. Ha wou!4 U<e Lia ad aaiotaier t'.« law at an aegt) of merer; concernia» Ltonelf with ezstrivtrtitt oaljr to kriaf tberL {fp<ifahle. to aa icue«.b!e,bt:t at all ercnts la a jisi and i i; j:;i-jt teraiutUox lie rrgard* cd «b« hwjer's firit fen ice its das ta do prc»cr-vcC-a of pc^ce acd xa-tnn! kbdoet^a^»3rg aco; hi* otxt (?&» iapai tbl timitunnii a < f \be law. lakisowa tpprnpriite tMaftMgt, h» wou!J descr.b; • ;adrnrateaffa ; «clwiotMciM wl Isred tlieJ < wa»»acieaoa,»u4«ot«s»tfa(Sas wb» fait! lit fdl dJ£ciJj fc «f fcufrafotioa, cad decaed' ifcicitlf uadcr deep mpoesibilitj', net to blacli. ■HaaVHB ■JflBVaT *a»TaWji aTW*»T^»*«aTaH«^M»y • *■...

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GREAT SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

GREAT SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE Ib the Tom of San Francisco, I x.\ i.i yon ma. BY Or Maw** derm af Mo EzecQf acy, Gaa. S. W. KcAtxr. -rw^CiM^w.iilVnr'H.WV.ud • :.:•.•.. ef I'm I '-■ (• I Stoasa,aa4afUwTaiMaryafCal* --.-..:. to O* CEACn AXD WATER LOTS oatbs Catl frcat ef tar TavaafSaa Fraaclaea, haw U+b gnata!. r»»TiTQa\ aad released, to laa Foafta, or ■.;■-..:.• aatharibas af m* Towa. DECREE OF^OV. ki: \i:w. *-I Dr.^d er Gra. S. W. . ■ •t\T.Garpraaraf ra!ifor« **r.:». tnr nrtitr of a-tberitT m tar rr*i«l. ay I V PRESIDEX r OF THE UNITED STATES of Amenca, 6 •*!«»•* -.-..•. c^artr, aad rdcaar aatotka Towa of mm •TrmaaMTO, U»» r*oaM, or Caraarato ■ataaniiia therrof, **cli \ht - ; t. i :' -. %ad tatertst of tW i.Trttwii of la* •■I .■:•.! Sutra, •ad of l!.- T«mlary of CaMam « m aad "ti the I. -: ) & Uatcr Utsaa lao K. ; tMIt Ml of said -To. a id >- i Fraatiace iadaaai brtweea thf paaU •!■•■.: as th* R-uroa aad Fart Miatfsaitry. < tfj-: ..".; **hjcH Lo...

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A f odo lo« ajar la* prv«eatcs vlcrcu. »al»o«I [Newspaper Article] — California Star — 20 March 1847

A todos los que las presentes vieren, sabed. Qse cl rmidrate d- la. Eotaaas I a Co;— aawaa ft daf yit asagarar a la* IlAbiuatca <!• C*liforal« aaa p«. licyaciaa «acl bam gatoraa y Mai argaaaaoaa <!e <;-•» pud Faaatoaoloa Eataoa La«h». y aiotogarias li aaaBBBBBBBB^ tjafaaaaaM aW lot »'.i v - «■-■">" cstraa^m V de las c« modoarx <— iiaTirai. I.i eavtaCida a la* fat tsaer^ea cea padrrta djliota* j arparadoa, taata ra b 0.l cataa ra la laXur ; ca cl f,-:c.cj do cajra ocpt. ncoa a s. j: uu , se fadaa las pperacts *!c I -i b jc as « taaakaaW aaa a* dcaraa. Al CiaiMiMH ea Grfo 4* Us Faanv Kavabak aa cc mft.dj cl Prcsidrstf , cl *' '" -' > del C**!!!* da iiapcr. r .ca. las eaaaa»aaaa) aaja las cults lot baaaca ii- toaav Us aaaaaaia taßto asf .rratl<s caat n'.rjs;' rat , aVaaß a- - rr..;.r»e ca las psrrtos del Tmilsfii, y tl atiMmmisH aatoaasaaiwgaiMiiaiiaVlaspawtoa, Al M.i at Is aa racarpdo d Frrs^r&ls ...

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