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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 3 April 1847

MARRIED. At the Chapel of San Carlos, Monterey, March 12th, by the Rev. Doroteo Ambriz, Don Pablo de la Guerra y Noriega, and La Señorita Doña Joséfa Morena. FALLECIMIENTO. En Monterey, el Id- Abril, La Senorita Magarita Castro, hija del Senor Don lgnacio, y Dona Clementina Montera, 18 anos de edad. PORT OF MONTEREY. Arrived—March 28th, Am. Brig "Elizabeth," King, 8 days from Santa Barbara. Cargo, Aguadiente. Sailed—March 29th, U. S. Ship Warren, 24 guns, Capt. Hull, for San Pedro. Passenger—Col. R. B. Mason, U. S. A., Inspector of the U. S. Forces, and Posts in California. CO-PARTNERSHlP —We have this day entered into Co-partnership under the firm of Ward & Smith, for the purpose of transacting a general commission business on the coast of California. FRANK WARD WILLIAM M. SMITH Yerba Buena. January 19th, 1847. Los ()Me abajo firmanos hemos entrad en compania fsta dia, bajo In fhuia d« Ward & Smith; eon el proposito de negociar por comision general, en la co...

Publication Title: Californian
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 3 April 1847

OFICINA DE MAGISTRADO, Monti rcy, Encru 11 tlu 1357. $ ORDENANZA CON RESPETO AL SEVUIO DE -].\I)IO.S. — Sen snyido a Uidu persona .le.-idtnle ien r>ts ji'.risdii ion de Mui.ti.i'.■) , i;«i:. (i .Mage li«(io de dichn juri<dicion de uctieid't con el eotssejo ha deeri'lado hi siiruienie. Q,uc ningui.a p«-rsonii cuultjuicre (ji;e sea, d« «<;i:i en ail <]:inlc [K>dra tofnur t-n -n si iv.tin mngiin hiiiioi-iu iit:c c.-tai ]■ [iiHt-enta un ct?itificado (iriiir.do pur el liino 11 tjnicn sei\ia; rcjiific-'indo 'pie tlicho lin!i". |»>r su p.iilc, cs lihre jura aoniiiiidnree en iloude lv eouven^i, y (|!ic i.adu L. lievu de smldos HVMiisados. ,', •jCiuili|tnert! pcfMina i|tie. to«ia en-Mi Bervji-io tin linlio. mi el ie,|iii-iio urriva espr(>sado,'y l< da f^;i:ii dini.-Mj L utra piopm ihid eomo en pairo leluntml", |or ' su- seivi (ins; perdera 1 i dinero <. propi iclad a.-i H(lclaiHj(Jo; X I'll (is...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 3 April 1847

AN ORDINANCE RESPECTINGTHE EMPLOYMENT OF INDIANS.— Be it known to alll persons residing in the jurisdiction of Monterey, that the Magistrate of said jurisdiction and the board of Council 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 employer has no claims on the services of that Indian for wages advanced. Any person taking into his employment any Indian without such certificate, and advancing any money or property to the said Indian, shall forfeit any money or property so advanced, and if it should be proved that any Indian has been enticed away from the service of his master, the person so convicted of having so enticed him shall be liable to a fine not exceeding twenty dollars nor Iess than five dollars. WALTER COLTON, Chief Magistrate. MAGISTRATE'S OFFICE, Monterey. Jan 11th, 1847. AN ORDINANCE TO PREVENT THE SALE OF STOLEN PROP...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

CALIFORNIAN. "THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH.'' Vol. l. MONTEREY, SATURDAY, APRlL 10, 1847. No. 34.

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ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR TRANSPORTED THE MAN. BETWEEN SAN DIEGO AND SAN FRANCISCO, TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY, THE 19th APRIL 1817 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

ARRANGEMENTS FOR TRANSPORTING THE MAIL BETWEEN SAN DIEGO AND SAN FRANCISCO, TO COMMENCE ON MONDAY, THE 19th APRIL 1847 To be carried on horse-back by a party, to consist of two Soldiers. Starting every other Monday from San Diego, and San Francisco, the parties to meet at Captain Dana's Ranch, the next Sunday to exchange Mails; start back on their respective routes the next Morning, and arrive at San Diego and San Francisco, on the Sunday following, and so continuing. The mail will thus be carried once a fortnight from San Diego to San Francisco, and from San Francisco to San Diego. From San Diego the Mail will arrive at San Luis Rey, Monday evening; at the Pueblo de los Angeles, Wednesday Noon; at Santa Barbara, Friday evening; at Capt. Dana's Ranch, Sunday evening; at Monterey, Thursday evening; at San Francisco, Sunday evening. From San Francisco, the Mail will arrive at Monterey, Wednesday evening; at Capt. Dana's Ranch, Sunday evening; at Santa Barbara, Tuesday evening; at the ...

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DEPARTAMENT OF WAR AND THE NAVY [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

DEPARTMENT OF WAR AND THE NAVY. General Section. -- 4th Desk. l have laid before His Excellency the President, your dispatch No. 20, of the 10th of May last, in which you exhibit the state of the Colonies on the frontier of the Department, under your charge; and also the priveleges which you solicit for the benefit of the new establishment. His Excellency was highly pleased with your dispatch, and has directed me to give you his thanks for the efforts and sacrifices you have made, to advance and improve the population in that interesting part of the Frontier of Upper California; and that the government hope from your zeal and patriotism, that you will continue laboring cheerfully for the advancement of the establishments on the Frontier, until they shall be so strong as to be respected, not only by the Indian Tribes, but also by the establishments of the foreigners who attempt to invade and usurp that most valuable part of the Mexican Republic. The Supreme Government will lay before...

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iu..,~*i i '/Hf iJtJN MAKI.A.NO G. VALLEJO. MIMSTERK) DE GLKHH. I MARINA. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

Mexico, August 5, 1839. DON MARIANO G. VALLEJO. MINISTERIO DE GUERRA I MARINA. t>cici'ii Lent:Hi, Mesa 4, . Di rtirnln nl K. IS Presidents con el < ricio d V. No 20., de 10 del ultin o Mayo r<ii d quo irnnifiesia el eetado en t|u« m' hnlla la Colonization d« liH'innieru de ere Derartamenln f;nr so le em o ncncio. y el privilegio que Miliciin «ii in hi ii. jo ilol nutV'i't 'jitabiccimerito:, S.. t E . que.da einermui con miisfnccion y me nmndn dnr a V. Iss gracini pata ios afaiies y Kiicriheinn que ha ln*rlio para'avauznr v I.acer pro»n'siir la Pohlacion en ni|iiclia psttte tan intefcsante de la Inwiteio d^ la Altn California; y que <.! GqbierQp ite mi >■>•'<) y pntriiitiemo <|ue.cniiiiiiiiara ; ,tr;!hHJnniio',coa em; iv« «'m «'l prtifirresn de l«>s c->\: blii>imientOß , fr«nt«nns hasiH el grndo do buoer los ; regpotDblesi no solu a lo»,t.ribu3 lioiliiiros i-ino in...

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OFFICIAL [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

OFFICIAL. KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS.- That I, S. W. KEARNY, Brig. Gen. U. S. A. and Governor of California, by virtue of authority in me vested, do hereby appoint JOHN A. SUTTER, Sub Agent for the Indians on and near the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers. Given at Monterey. Capital of California, this 7th day of April 1847. S. W . KEARNY. Brigadier General and Governor of California. Col. J. D. Stevenson and staff, with four companies of his Regiment arrived here on Sunday afternoon, in the U. S. Ship Lexington. The head quarters of the Regt. will be established here. The following Posts, and disposition of the Regt. have been made by order of His Excellency Governor Kearny. At Monterey, Col. J. D. Stevenson; Ast. Com. Sub W. C. Marcy; Adjutant T. C. Bonnycastle. Company D. Captain H. M. Nagleé; 1st Lieut. G. A. Pendleton; 2nd Lieut. H. W Theall; 2nd Lieut. J.C. Morehead. Company, G.—Captain M. R. Stevenson; 2nd Lieut. W. H. Weirick; 2nd Lieut. W. H. Smith. Company l.—Capt. W. E. S...

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IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS—DUTIES AND CUPPOM HOUSE REGULATIONS AT MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

IMPORTANT TO MERCHANTS—DUTIES AND CUSTOM HOUSE REGULATIONS AT MONTEREY, CALIFORNIA. Commodore Biddle, Commanding the U. S. Naval Forces in the Pacific, charged by the President of the United States with the arrangements of the import duties, and Custom House regulations of the Territory of California, has addressed a letter to the Collector of this Port, Talbot H. Green Esq., for his governance, as follows: "American vessels and their cargoes are to be admitted free of Import duties, as well as port charges of any kind whatever." "Upon such parts of cargo as may be landed from any foreign vessel, you will exact an import duty of fifteen per cent, upon their market value at this place; the market value to be determined by three disinterested residents." "Upon every foreign vessel arriving here you will charge an anchorage duty of five cents per ton." "For your visit to a foreign vessel on her first arrival, two dollars, and for clearance two dollars." Commodore Shubrick's order of th...

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U.S. TERRTORY OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

U.S. TERRITORY OF CALIFORNIA. United States Court of Admiralty for the Territory. His Honor Walter Colton, Judge in Admiralty presiding.— First opening of this Court; Monterey, March 29th 1847,--United States and the Captors, vs. English Schooner William, her Hull, Cargo, Tackle, and appurtenances. This case was called for trial on the 29th, the Master and Consignee, Mr. Robert Walkinshaw, a British subject, having been cited to appear before the Court at this time and show cause why said vessel should not be adjudged a Iegal prize to her captors. Commodore Biddle, Commanding the United S. Naval Force in the Pacific, appeared for the Government and Captors, Mr. Robert Walkinshaw for the owners, asked leave of the Court, to have the counsel of James A. Forbes, Esq., H. B. M. Vice Consul for California, which was at once acceded to by his Honor. Commodore Biddle then proceeded to lay the case before the Court as follows :— May it please the Court. The case which l bring here for your ...

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MARINE NEWS-CALIFORNIAN PORT OF MONTEREY [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

MARINE LIST-CALIFORNIAN. PORT OF MONTEREY. Arrived—April 4th, U. S. Ship Lexington, ''Transport" Lieut. Baily, U. S. N., Commander, 24 hours from San Francisco; also, U. S. Store Ship Mount Vernor, from San Francisco. Arrived April 9th, Store Ship "Xylon," Millington from San Francisco.

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

NOTICE. I will Sell at PUBLIC AUCTION, on SATURDAY, the 24th of April, at TEN O'clock, A..M., in front of the Custom House in this City, the SCHOONER "WILLIAM", and her Cargo, recently condemned in the Court of Admiralty; the vessel is about FIFTY TONS measurement, is said to be well found, and can proceed to sea at once; the cargo consists of 180 bales (about 26,000 lbs.) of Mexican SUGAR; 30 Packages PANOCHE and one Bale of Zarapies (assorted). The vessel can be examined any day before the Sale. Terms of Sale—Cash on Delivery. JONAS DIBBLE, Auctioneer. Monterey, April.7th 1847. AVISO PUBLICO. REMATE O VENTA EN SUBASTA PUBLICA? el 24 de Abril a las 10 do la Mannna,«n (rente de \> Casa de '» Adnona en Monterey por orden del Senor Age lite de tnVPrezas. „,, „•; LA GOLKTA" WILLIAM," y sn Carga, recie nisinente eondenad« c'H el Corte dc AlinirantazgH de Culifor"ornia. La GOLETA esta del porte de cercn 50 londadas, •Qn-,t0,d0 lo'que hercsita;■"para pmeeder oil mar 1 Li 'arjja...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

OFFICIAL. KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS-That I, W. S. KEARNY, Brig Gen. U. S Army, and Governor of California, by virtue of authority in me vested by the President of the United States, do hereby appoint WALTER COLTON, Judge of the Court of Admeralty, in and for the Territory of California. Given at Monterey, Capital of California, this 24th day of March 1847. S.W. KEARNY Brig Gen'l. and Governor of California. KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS—That l Brig GeneraI S.W. Kearny, governor of California, by virtue of authority in me vested, considering that in asmuch as there are various claimants to the Missions of SAN JOSE, SANTA CLARA, SANTA CRUZ and SAN JUAN, and the House, Grounds, Gardens, Vineyards, &c., around and near them, do hereby declare, that until the proper Judicial tribunals to be established, shall decide upon the same, the above named Missions and Property appertaining thereto, shall remain under charge of the Catholic Priests, as they were when the United Sates Fla...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 10 April 1847

NOTICE.—All persons on the Coast of California, having demands against the Bark Don Quixote, or owners previous to this date, are requested to present their accounts to James H. Gleason at Monterey, or to John Paty, for adjustment; as no interest will be allowed until the accounts are presented and adjusted; and all persons indebted to said Bark Don Quixote, previous to March, 1845, are requested to adjust their accounts with James H. Gleason, Capt. John Vioget or with John Paty, within three months from this date, or they will be handed over to their attorney at law for recovery. Monterey, February 25th, 1847. JOHN PATY, JOHN VIOGET. NOTICIA AL PUBLICO.—Todas las personas resia costn de California r;ue lengan reclainos que i tra Ih Bfirca Don Quijote 6 6Ui> liuifios, eon «riterioiidttd a »;.-ta fecha, sc >erviiHM preset.tHr tvs cuentas a Santingo li. Glenson 6 a Juan Paiy para su ujusUoiiento; plies no f e übonara tiingun interes, misntras las tuentas no se pr...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 April 1847

CALIFORNIAN. "THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH." Vol. I. MONTEREY, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1847. No. 35.

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U. S. TERRITORY OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 April 1847

U. S. TERRITORY OF CALIFORNIA. United States Court of Admiralty for the Territory. His Honor Walter Colton, Judge in Admiralty presiding.—First opening of this Court; Monterey, March 29th 1847.- United States and the Captors, vs. English Schooner William, her Hull, Cargo, Tackle and Appurtenances. (Continued from our last.) Robert Walkinshaw, supercargo of the Schr. William, being present in court on behalf of the owners and having heard the statement made by Commodore James Biddle, was by his request duly qualified and stated as follows :— That the Schooner William belongs to William Forbes, and her cargo is owned by the firm of Barron, Forbes, & Co., that B. F. & Co , have been residents and merchants in Mexico for the space of ten years or more. That Mr. Barron with his own family, and the family of Mr. Forbes went to England in February 1846, and that Mr. Forbes was to follow his family sometime in the spring of 1847. Mr. Alex. Forbes, a partner in the fi...

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OFFICIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 April 1847

OFFICIAL. KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS.—That I, S. W. KEARNY, Brig. Gen. U. S. A. and Governor of California, by virtue of authority in me vested, do hereby appoint DON MARIANO G. VALLEJO Sub Agent for the lndians on the North side of the Bay of San Francisco, including those on Cash Creek, and the Lakes. ¶ Given at Monterey, Capital of California, this 14th day of April 1847. S. W. KEARNY. ¶ Brigadier General and Governor of California. ¶ ——ooo—— ¶ Life at the Capital of California.— A change is coming over the spirit of the old dreamers in Monterey; the time worn, and grass grown streets, are exhibiting new signs of life; mechanics and laborers are seen at work early and late, while the occasional appearance of a New York built dray, with its well harnessed horse, and white frocked driver shows a long stride from the old *block-wheel* indescribable go-cart of California perfection, with its six oxen, two Indians, and schreeching axles; some of our old Spanish Dons now at their Ranch...

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