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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 27 February 1847
NOTICE.-- Section 19. Of an Act of Congress passed March 16, 1802, reads: "And be it further enacted, That every person who shall procure, or entice a soldier in the Service of the U. States to desert, or who shall purchase from any soldier his arms, uniform clothing, or any part thereof; and every captain or commanding officer of any ship or vessel, who shall enter on board such ship or vessel, as one of his crew, knowing him to have deserted, or otherwise carry away any such soldier, or shall refuse to deliver him up to the orders of his commanding officer, shall, upon legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion of any court having cognizance of the same, in any sum not exceeding Three Hundred Dollars, or be imprisoned any term not exceeding one year. C. Q. TOMPKINS, Capt. U. S. Army. Monterey. California, Feb'y. 25th, 1847. 28-3t NOTICE.—Mr. James H. Gleason, and Capt. John Vioget, are hereby authorized to collect any accounts due the Bark Don Quixote, previous to this date. Mo...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 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 into consideration the interruption caused to the agricultural pursuits of the inhabitants of California, by the late unsettled state of the country, the great demand at present for all articles of provisions, and the probable increase of that demand, directs for the space of six months from the 1st March next, viz, from the 1st of said month of March to the 1st of the month of September next, the following articles of provisions shall be admitted into the ports of California free of all charge or duty, viz: Beef, Pork, Bread, Flour, Butter, Cheese, Sugar and Rice. Done on board the U. S. Ship lndependence, Harbor of Monterey, 11th of February 1847. W. BRANFORD SHUBRlCK, Commander in Chief. DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. The Copartnership, heretofore exist...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 27 February 1847
Montr ivy r, de Dec. DE \sfo. I Montr wy ade Dec. de 1846. &lt; ORDENANZA PARA LTITAR LA VENT A DE PROP!ED ROB ADO.—Cualqucre persona quo compra una rezo uu caballo, sin qu« tengala venla legal, 6 uu certifloado de venta concedido por el clueno del hierro «&gt;;ue. cl animal lluva sera espue&gt;to a la cotifiscacion del' animal :isi comprndo, 6de su Valor, como tambien de sufrir multa quo; no excedera la suma de veinto pesos a discrecion del Pimcro Magistrado de oita jurisdieeion. 117tf. J I 1! ■ AI/i'KR COLTON. Primera Mngistrarlo MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, Monterey, Jan. 11th, 1847. AN ORDINANCE RESPECTING THE EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS.— Be it known to all persons residing in the jurisdiction of Monterey, that the Magistrate of said jurisdiction and the board of Court have decreed the following: That no person whatever shall from henceforth, hire or take into his service any Indian without a certificate from the former employer of that Indian stating that the said em...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
JOURNAL OF THOMAS O. LARKIN, ESQ, late U. S. Consul, while prisoner to the Californians, from the 15th Nov. 1847, till his release at the taking of the Pueblo de los Angeles: ¶ [concluded.] ¶ On reaching the Cuartel of that town, I found a concourse of people waiting to see their prisoner, I was to be confined in this building until orders should be received from their General. By the influence of Dr. N. A. Den, and his promising to feed the guard and their officer, l was removed to his house in Santa Barbara. My captors waited for the arrival of the 130 men who were in the action of the 15th; only some 15 or 20 made their appearance. We then started for the Pueblo de los Angeles. On my arrival there, the second in command, (making an apology that his general was unwell,) brought out one hundred men in arms, received me and placed me in the best room in the Government house. The first day l was supplied with bedding and furniture, soon after with clothing, and anything they supposed...
NOTIFICATION. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
NOTIFICATION. The blockade "of all the ports, harbors, bays, outlets "and inlets on the West Coast of Mexico, south of San "Diego," declared by Commodore Stockton of the Navy of the United States on the 19th day of August last, is hereby annulled. In virtue of authority from the President of the United States, I do hereby declare the ports of Mazatlan and Guymas, on the Coast of Mexico, to be in a state of blockade; and with the view to the strict enforcement thereof, a competent force will be stationed before the blockade ports at as early a period as practicable. Neutral vessels lying in either of the blockaded ports will be permitted to retire within twenty days from and after the commencement of the blockade. Given on board the United States Ship Columbus at Monterey, this fourth day of March, A. D. 1847. JAMES BIDDLE, Com'dg. the U. S. Squadron in the Pacific.
TO ALL WHOAL IT MAY CONCERN. BE IT KNOW'S [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. BE IT KNOWN. That the President of the United States, desirous to give and secure to the People of California a share of the good government and happy civil organization enjoyed by the People of the United States, and to protect them at the same time, from the attacks of foreign foes, and from internal commotions, -- has invested the undersigned with separate and distinct powers, civil and military; a cordial cooperation in the exercise of which, it is hoped and believed will have the happy results desired. To the Commander-in-Chief of the Naval Forces, the President has assigned the regulation of the import trade, -- the conditions on which vessels of all nations, our own as well as foreign, may be admitted into the ports of the Territory, and the establishment of all Port Regulations. To the Commanding Military Officer, the President has assigned the direction of the operations on land, and has invested him with administrative functions of government ov...
A TODOS LOS QUE LAS PRESENTES YEDREN, SADED [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
A TODOS LOS QUE LAS PRESENTES VIEREN, SABED. Que el Presidente de los Estados Unidos, -- deseoso de dar y de a segurar a los Habitantes de California una participacion en el buen gabierno y feliz organization de que goza el Pueblo de los Estados Unidos, y protegerles ml mismo ticrapo ile los ataques de enciaigos estrnngcros y de las oonmrreiitfies domesticas,lia «nrestido a los qire pusci rben con podcies distintas y separados, tanto en |&lt;j civil cot.io en lf&gt; «iilitar; en el egcrcicio de cuya co-operacion amtatosa, te fundan las cspcrnnziis do los buenos resullados qne p.n defer.n, At Comandftnte en G«fe de las Fiifrzas Ntttalei le ha cometido el President*;, el aneglo del coincrcio de iinpoitacion, las condiciones bnjo Irs cuaJcs los buques de torfas las nacionns tnnto haeionalei como cstrangero.«, debaa adwtirse «n ios puortos del Terrilorio, y el establecimkcoto de todas las rrgulaciones de los puertot. Al Gefu Militar le ha encargado el Pre*idenle h direcc...
TO THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
TO THE PEOPLE OF CALIFORNIA. The President of the United States having instructed the undersigned to take charge of the civil government of CaIifornia, he enters upon his duties with an ardent desire to promote as far as he is able, the interests of the country and the welfare of its inhabitants. The undersigned has instructions from the President to respect and protect the religious institutions of California, and to see that the religious rights of the People are in the amplest manner preserved to them, the constitution of the United States allowing every man to worship his Creator in such a manner as his own conscience may dictate to him. The undersigned is also instructed to protect the persons and property of the quiet and peaceable inhabitants of the country against all or any of their enemies, whether from abroad or at home; and when he now assures the Californians that it will be his duty and his pleasure to comply with those instructions, he calls upon them all to exert the...
EL PRENTO DE CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
AL PUEBLO DE CALIFORNIA. El President? de los E-tados -Unido* habiendo t'li'&lt;pueat6 que el ififraescrilo se encarguedel Gubieriio civil de Citlifornit, curuicnzH bus I'unoiones con un'dcseo ardiento do promorer en cuanto pubda los interests del pain y el bienestar de sus habitantes. El que su-cribe tioijo inslruecifines del Preside nte de respectar &lt;y protegcr las institu&lt;«iones rcligio.-as de'Californiu, yde ouidar de que los derechus religiosos de BUS habitants les scan asegurados-de la mnncra ma»ar»plia, puns la Constitution de los Estados-Unidos permite a cada uno el privilegio de adorar a su Criador del modo que le dicte su propia conciencia. Tambien tierne el infraescrito-instruccioncs deproteger a las Personas Propiedades de los habitantes quietos y pacifiroi del pnis, contra todns y cado uno de mis enemigos scan de afuera 6 doinesticos ; y al asegurar ahora a los Californios que tanto su deber como su inclinacion de liaran dtir rumpliiniinto ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
AN ORDINANCE TO PREVENT THE SALE OF STOLEN PROPERTY.—Any person who shall purchase a bullock, or a horse, without the legal sale mark on the animal, or a certificate of sale from the person whose brand the animal bears, shall forfeit the animal so purchased or its value, and be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty dollars at the discretion of the Chief Magistrate of this jurisdiction. WALTER COLTON, Chief Magistrate. OFICINA DE MAGISTRADO, ) Monterey, Enero 11 do 1847. &lt; ORDENANZA CON RESPETO AL SEVICIO DE INDIOS.—Sea savido a toda persuna resideule en esta' jurisdicion de Monterey, (]ue el Magi^trado de dicha |mis(licion de acuerdo con el connejo hn decretado lo siguiente. Que ninguna persona eualquiere que sea, de a&lt;|ui en ndelante podlH tomar en m porvtclo ningun Indio sin que enta le presenta un certificado firmado por el amo a quien scrVia; reitifieando que dicho Indio, por su parte, es libre para acomodarzs en donde le convenga, y quo nada le devs de Bue...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 6 March 1847
Notice.-- Section 19. Of an Act of Congress passed March 16, 1802, reads: "And be it further enacted, That every person who shall procure, or entice a soldier in the Service of the U. States to desert, or who shall purchase from any soldier his arms, uniform clothing, or any part thereof; and every captain or commanding officer of any ship or vessel, who shall enter on board such ship or vessel, as one of his crew, knowing him to have deserted, or otherwise carry away any such soldier, or shall refuse to deliver him up to the orders of his commanding officer, shall, upon legal conviction, be fined, at the discretion of any court having cognizance of the same, in any sum not exceeding Three Hundred Dollars, or be imprisoned any term not exceeding one year. C. Q. TOMPKINS, Capt. U. S. Army. Monterey, California. Feb'y. 25th, 1847. NOTICE.—Mr. James H. Gleason, and Capt. John Vioget, are hereby authorized to collect any accounts due the Bark Don Quixote, previous to this date. Monterey...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 13 March 1847
PROCLAMA.—Del General al mando del Egercito de los Estados Unidos de America. A los habitantes de Megico. Despues de muchos años de sufrimento paciente, los Estados Unidos se ven al fin obligados a confessar que la guerra existe en la actualidad entre nuestro Gobierno y el de Megico. Por muchos años han estado sujetos nuestros ciudadanos a repetidos insultos é injarias, nuestros buques y cargamentos se han agarrado y condiscado, nuestros co!ii«ieiantc*iian sido pirUnto.s, pstri/peHilosy eijcfircel- ■, Vi'd«'ii«, t sin mot vo y sin satislai.cion. . *A)'fia'«on|t'»6' vue-lro' . (.rooifriio la juoticia ( cie. nuestros roclaini&gt;*, y convino por' ,v meilio fie uu tiiitado en iiacor ««ti;ifa(.tci»&gt;n, |&gt;agando vnrios 'i'fniilones tie peso* ;, pern «sto tr..i-jdo ha , &gt;i&lt;i« \iol.ido por ■ lo«» qu» oi g'lljiernao y lo* pag'M esttpulados -4lnti &gt;ii!iy ill"-' \ trtMitio*/ Nucstro reciehte »;^^u&lt;:leo para.termin'nr tod...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 13 March 1847
We take this occasion to return our sincere thanks to the officers of the U. S. Frigate Savannah, for their kindness and attention to us, and their liberality to the Californian, when it was struggling into being. True it was "a little'' sheet, but it is the best we could do, on the "old worn out war materials,'' and we have reason to believe that the little matter it contained has not been uninteresting. The seamen have also proved themselves to be true hearted Americans, by the avidity with which they have sought the Californian, and we tender them our thanks for their liberal subscriptions. Those who subscribed for the year will please send us their address at home, and their papers shall be duly forwarded. The officers or persons belonging to the Squadron, wishing to subscribe for the Californian, by giving us their home address, can have their papers regularly while on the coast and when their vessels return to their home staions, regular files will be forwarded. It may not be ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 13 March 1847
NEW GOODS. -- Received per barque Don Quixote, and for sale by T. H. Green, Dry Goods; Hardware; Sugar; Tea; Grind Stones; Salt; Arrow Root; Try Pots; Wheel Barrows; Assorted Iron; Hoop Iron; Boat Oars; Mill Saws; Pit Saws, &amp;c. &amp;c. &amp;c. 28 (Break) LAND CLAIMS -- The subscriber will attend to any business in relation to land claims in the Middle and Northern Districts of California. Draw up deeds and transfers of land, according to the laws of the U. States. Monterey Feb. 26th. 28tf R SEMPLE. (Break) Single copies of the Californian can be had at the office Price 12 1-2 cents.