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Hock Farm—Agriculture. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Hock Farm— Agriculture. About eight miles below Yuba City, as you ascend Feather river, the residence of Capt. Suttcr meets the view, and commands the admiration of the traveller. It is situated on a high and beautiful plain, which pre sents as far as the eye can reach a verdant and flowery landscape. For miles above and below this place, the level plain which extends far back from the river, is remarkable for its uniform appearance, and picturesque scenery. The Hock Farm comprises about six hundred acres of this plain, around which a deep ditch has been dug in lieu of a fence. Near the bank of the river, and close to a steam boat landing, stand the residence and out buildings of Capt. Sutter. Above and below these, are large gardens, which in their appearance at present give the best possible evidence that California is not altogether a barren, unproductive region, as is sometimes reported. The hardy pioneer who owns this place, has heard the unfavorable reports concerning his adop...

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Correspondence of the Transcript [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Correspondence of the Transcript North Fork of North Fork, Yuba, April 14, 1850. Messrs. Editors: — According to promise I take my pen in hand to give you a slight sketch of the mines in this direction. But the opportunities of transmitting news are few little did I think that so much hardship had to be endured. Still lam very far from being discouraged; there is gdld up here in abun dauce, but it cannot be worked for at least two months to come. You requested me to give you a sketch of the country we passed through. I will strive and do so, although not a first rate hand in such discriptions. We left Marysville by the mule trail to Foster's Bar; this is at first a beautiful, level prairie until you approach the mountains, which you do so imperceptibly that if it were not for the sudden change of herbage from prairie to mountain plants, you would hardly be aware of it. This takes place about fourteen or sixteen miles from Marysville. After this you pass over a high mountain affordin...

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■ ■ : __ v ; Joint Resolutions on Slavery. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Joint Resolutions on Slavery. We give below the joint resolutions introduced by Mr. Brackett into the Assembly, on. April 12. They are manly,—in accordance with the spirit of the age,—and are an expression of the feeling of the people of California. California is not a State to be played with by Congress. She has an opinion of her own, and that opinion will prevail. The resolutions run as follows : Resolved, the Senate concurring, That, as citizens of the United States, we have been pained to learn that the happiness, peace and prosperity of our common country are endangered by the discussion of abstract questions, which we believe unnecessary to agitate, and which appear to be forced onward only for unholy, unpatriotic and partisan purposes. Be it further Resolved, That the government of the United States is a government of limited powers, and that, by the Constitution Congress has no jurisdiction over the subject of slavery in the several States of the Union. Be it further Resolve...

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Legislative Proceedings. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Legislative Proceedings. Reported for the Sacramento Transcript. San Jose, Wednesday, April 17th. Senate.—First reading of bills. —Bill concerning forcible entries and unlawful detainer. Concerning Contracts. Concerning licenses. Joint resolution classifying the Justices of the Superior Court of San Francisco Second reading.— Bill of limitations. To provide for the incorporation of colleges. Fixing the compensation of County Judges and Associate Justices of the Court of Sessions. Third reading and passed.—Bill prescribing the duties of constable. To provide for the payment of certain post office expenses. Indefinitely postponed.—Bill to prohibit the immigration of free negroes and persons of color into this State. To exempt the homestead from forced sale in certain cases. Bill concerning the early publication of the laws. Concerning marriages. Concerning real estate and other property belonging to The Pueblo or city of San Francisco. Assembly.— First arid second reading of bills.— B...

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MARINE NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

MARINE NEWS. Port of San Francisco. ARRIVED, April 20th, Am schr Orleans, Tinker, 160 days from New London; Por bark Novo Paquette, Papos, 240 days from Lisbon. April 22nd, steamship Panama, from Panama, Ap 1st; brig David Henshaw, Raines, 3 ds fm Santa Cruz; schr Gen Morgan, Brannan. 24 hours from Trinidad bay; schr Engene, 161 ds fm Barnstable, Mass; schr Mt Vernon, 173 ds fm New London. MEMORANDA. List of vessels at Panama, April 1st, to sail for this port soon; ship West Point, Hunt; brig Carmelita, Fry; R W Brown, Bracket: barks Maceno. Gonalez; Rising Sun, Hooper; Algoma, Pray.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

[£7=* Auction Sales.— (For particulars' see advertisements.)— R. Hammitt & Co. will sell on Friday morning, 2Glti-instV, at. 10 o'clock, the entire stock of goods of Aby & Co. ..'.-. ; y ,--/rr f -_. Burnell, Stout & Co. Will sell on Friday morning, 2Gth' iiist., a' large assortment of desirable •■wV "-'•'-• *■*■'■"''• ■'■' EV.-i£2\i iWJJ^iJJ merchandise. r , ,' n'\ [XT 1 " The members of Mutual Hook and Ladder Company, No. I, are notified to meet at the Court House, on Saturday Evening, 27th hist., at halt past 7 o'clock, precisely. Business of importance is to be transacted, and a full attendance is requested. All committees are requested to have their reports ready. 1^ A vD. STRONG; Foreman. } J. T. Langlev,. Secy. 'V'' : l :; L' ap2s 2t j r^Wr.-ny *» ■• ~ ■-■■ ■* <- '-^ ■■ ,~ .;. . 3 : S K3~-: If : Mr. DAVID BLANCIIARD, T from • the Slates, now in this country . keeping- a grocery store, will call upon HAWLEY & CO., on F...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

AMUSEMENTS. Grand Soiree. At a meeting of the Managers of the Grand Soiref, ho/deWkit She Saloon of rhe v riieatFc/j9f\ tlUi af|ern«m of the 19ih inst:*,tJ&'lf o'icJW | i injr >v ere adorned ~.»ht %"*»* lit. Resolrtfi, That fietfcts of 'admission be issnfa to Indies as well as to gentlemen, and "that th/; gentlemen be required tiT present ihVm as.well 0' their own, at the door oh the evening of* the soiree. 2d. Resolved, That gentlemen desiring: tickets for,l,udifes will apply for* them to the ConiiuiUee of Invitation, through the secretary. ,3d. Resolved, That the price of admission tickets be $25. ALMARIN B. PAUL, Secy. Committee of Invitation and Reception For the Grand Soiree to be given on the evening of the 25th April, at the Pacific Theatre. HON. HARDIN BIGELOW, MURRAY MORRISON, " T. J. WHITE, R . A. PEARIS, M. D., F. C. EWER, COL. W. A. BAKER, JOHN. S.. FOWLER, C. D. CLEVELAND, M.D. J. H. GILES, ALMARIN B. PAUL. ap'2o-3t DONNELLY'S Ethiopian Serenaders...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

AUCTION SALES. By J. B. Starr & Co. Steamer Star at Auction. WILL be sold at public auction, on Saturday, the 27th inst., by J. B. Starr & Co., two thirds of the steamer Star, in four seperate shares, each comprising one sixth of the boat. The " Star "is too well known to need commendation. She has run on the Marysvilie route, for one month, With a success well known to the public ; and for two weeks has run with full freights to Butte City, upon the upper Sacramento. In six weeks she has twice paid for herself. She has an engine of twenty-five horse power, in construction and relative capacity not to be surpassed by any in California.. She has duplicates to all parts of her machinery ever likely to give way, and a boilei of a .capacity^ equal to the supplying an „ engine of twice her power. The boat T draw*, but twenty-six s inches loaded, and is of i forty tons capacity, and in every respect well calculated for 1 running on f the upper rivers. The boat and ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

Medical Partnership. Doctors T. J. WHITE and C. D. CLEVELAND have associated themselves in the practice of Medicine, Surgery and Obstetrics, and have established an ex) endive !To:--pit;.!, Wat wflf^c^mnicdatc one hundred "'patients, on the o Ninth - aijd^ ,at#S§ JwM^ohg'of i^jyHSlcyn always: iie iora>d T »»'i i tHeLQlfcsi^ilijw9&^ ting room of Paul, White cc Co. Dr. White's personal atU I sE._ times, be devoted to such ens-.-s rn^y-b? - entrusted to his cm- !t ' 911 ;;CC * v . »-$-n REMOVED. Angle & C.'s Express removed to K street, first door from the corner of *2d street;- Letters/ p:rc!Jagt:s,. gold dust, &c: received and to &an Francisco, MarysvilJe, Georgetown. Also, Packages and Gold Dust to a.iy pan of Hie' United States and Europe. - s Gold Dust boughtand sold. Money received on depositTExcTmngv.on New. York on reasonable terrji*. an 1 vf" Anieriedn~Rlver lifetel, By D^AVID W. ALDRICH, new and commodious liDuse 1 ,....

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tmimtmam. *lf^y*^-'3from Qedn't LmJ*'t,XoBk tmimtmam. [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

tmimtmam. *lf\^y*^-' 3 from Qedn't LmJ*'t,Xo B k tmimtmam. ' 8 1 ■*.»>.» C;*'« P. as S.ODJD . Th«y «tood within : a. curtain's shade, Apart from all, and thus be spakt : » • • <*awe*t counia w ould'st thou know tire aaid For whom my fondest withes wake ? " A moment glowed her youthful cheek, A moment flashed her timid eyes, la mute reply — she dared not speak — Alas, how soon her sweet hope dies ! " I '11 lead thee to her — yonder, dearest ! " He took her hand — 'twas marble cold ; They crossed the hall.—" What is 't thou fearest ? Look up, Car i lie —my love behold ".;"< With sudden pride she dashed aside The curls that hid her drooping brow ; «• I welcome her ! " she proudly cried, And raised her eyes — what sees she now ? No high born dame to mock her shame, No rival robed in proud array ; Back to her cheek the blushes came, . And swiftly rose her pulse's play. Before her stood in simple guise, Reflected in a mirror bright, Her own slight form .' ...

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[Communicated.] [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

[Communicated.] A priest has cleared from N. York for California with his wife's sister, leaving his wife behind. He attempted to work his passage by praying, but quarreled so much with his partner in guilt, that his prayers became as worthless as forged notes. His heart-wrung wife has died since his departure. Why are there at least five times as many ox such acts committed by the clergy, according to their number, as by any other class of men ! Would it be so if they had to work for a living ?— [N. York paper. The above is but the preface, the contents of the book goes on to say that the individual referred to, has been for some months living near San Francisco, engaged in the worthy occupation of washing clothes for its inhabitants, and living with the woman by whom he has had issue, but the child died and was blind, and he lives on in shame. Pass him round. The Parkman Murder.— A Boston despatch, of the 18th inst., says: The Attorney General has called to his assistance, in the ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

pity Ajmams^gim. . v ' Warbass & Co., ■ ■ Successors to T. J. Henley §r Co. and Field t Co., ■■■.■■.::;.- BANKERS, ij-j t :; }i• : - £xcHAXOs Brokers and Heal Estate Ao **«•, _ Corner of Second and J sis., Saci*mento City. ifIXCHANGrE for sale on N. York, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Cincinnati. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit. Gold dust bought. Drafts and bills collected. Real Estate bought, sold and leased. Gold Dust forwarded to any part of the United States. ... Miners, wishing to remit to the United States, by sending the amount to W. it Co., with the ad dress of the party to whom it is to be sent, can rely on drafts being forwarded by first opportunity. To protect against loss by fire, W. & Co. have purchased the large double safe formerly used by the Phoenix Bank of New York, and believe it to be the largest and most secure of any in California. THOMAS A. WARE ASS. . WILLIAM S. HEYL, tf ; ' - > rj ;, JOHN F. MORSE. RefcTtncts in Sacram...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

CITT ABVEEI^ISEMairtB. -r*^o — •.. .l. l . l ,^w^^v^. \.\. .. Burton Lee, ' . \ . .(Formerly Priest, Lee &. "r.Cih. EXCHANGE, REAL ESTATE AND BANKING OFFICE, On the east side of 24 st. between I and J t, IJILLS OF EXCHANGE on *j MM parts of the United States for sale. \ Money loaned on good security. Gold Dust and Coin received on deposit, and a general. banking business done. Sacramento City, April 8, 1850. %aplotf:% apl0tf : V. S. Mail. PASSENGER and TRANSPORx TATION LINE OF ASPINWALL STEAMERS, Fare to San Francisco $20 " Yuba city and Marysville 15 Fare from San Francisco to Marysville... 35 No charge for sleeping accommodations. Until further notice will run as follows, viz : The first class steamer "Hartford" will leave for San Francisco every Saturday, at 8 a. m., precisely. The steamer "El Dorado" will leave for Yuba city every Tuesday at 1 r m., and returning will take her departure each ensuing Friday, at 8 a. m. The steamer "Sacramento" will run in connection w...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

HENRY M. NAGLEE, 280 Montgomery street, San Francisco. Would respectfully offer to Merchants and others DRAFTS on Boston . at the Office of J. W. Clark & Co. Providence, " John L. Noyes. Hartford, " Hartford Bank. New Haven, " City Bank. Albany, " Washburn & Co. New York, " E. W. Clark, Dodge & co. Trenton, « Mechanics' & Man'rs Bk. M«|o<WpAt«, « E. W. Clark & co. Ptttburg, :;«'-. Samuel Jones & co. Hurritburg, « J W. Wier, cashier. Lancaster, « C. Bachman, " -K««»njjv « Farmer's Bank. . . v;; Pott^iiUj « - Charles Looser, cashier. Ctncunati, « A. J. Wheeler. , ColuiH, USt « Clinton Bank. Clevtlt«d, « City Bank. £«>«.»«««, <« Hatchings k. Co. X^ztn^iM, « David A. Sayre. JVtettotl*, « Col. R. H. M'Ewen. Memphis * j. B . Kirkland. Detroit, \ « Butler & Bailey. -Lout*, . « W. Clark Brothers. SfTingfitlkni. « N. H. Ridgely. Galena, \ " Cromwell Chace. Chicago, \ « «eorge ...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 25 April 1850

SAN FRANCISCO. IMPORTERS and Commission Merchants, Central Wharf, San Francisco. ap1-3m . OXO. EIfDICOTT. H. GREENE. «£O. J. OAKKS.^^ EiitHcoti, Greene & Otikes. - /COMMISSION- MERCHANTS, And General Dealers i a Merchandise, First street, near Market, San Francisco. apl-3m THOB. UNDERWOOD. ...- -. ... : WM. S. M'KNIGHT. Underwood, McKnight & Co.. COMMISSION Merchants, on Sansome street, near the foot of Pacific st , next door to Congress Hall, San Francisco, keep constantly on hand .a general assortment, of Groceries and Provisions, Pickles, Preserved Meats, Oysters, Lobsters, etc., etc. April 1850. l m . Burgoyne & Co., Bankers, . ban Francisco. JFXCHANGE for sale en New Orleans, New York, and principal cities* Gold dust shipped and insured. Agents in New Orleans-— Messrs. Maunsel, White & Co. Agents in New York— * Messrs. Win. Hoge & Co. Any business for us entrusted to Messr^^ Carroll & Higgins, or Judge Jno....

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 April 1850

SACRAMENTO TRANSCRIPT. VOLUME I. SACRAMENTO CITY, CALIFORNIA, APRIL 27, 1850. NUMBER 12.

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AN ACT [Newspaper Article] — Sacramento Transcript — 27 April 1850

AN ACT FOR THE BETTER REGULATION OF THE MINES AND THE GOVERNMENT OF FOREIGN MINERS. The People of the state of California, represented in Senate and Assembly, do enact as follows : Sec. 1. No person who is not a native or naturalized citizen of the United States, or who may not have become a citizen under the treaty of Guadaloupe Hidalgo, (all native California Indians excepted,) shall be permitted to mine in any part of this State, without haviug first obtained a license so to do according to the provisions of this Act. Sec. 2. The Governor shall appoint a Collector of licenses to foreign miners for each of the mining counties and for the county of San Francisco, who, before entering upon the duties of his office, s^all take the oath required by the Constitution, and shall give his bond to the State with at least two good and sufficient sureties, conditioned for the faithful performciice of his official duties, which bond shall be approved by the Governor and filed in the office of...

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