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CALIFORNIAN-MARINE LIST. PORT OF MONTEREY. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 April 1847
CALIFORNIAN -- MARINE LIST. PORT OF MONTEREY. Arrived -- April 12th. Brig Primervera, from Santa Barbara, with passengers. U. S. Ship Cyane, Com'r. Dupont, from San Francisco. U. S. Schr. Julia, Lieut. Com'r. Selden, 15 days from San Diego; left there Frigate Congress, Commodore Stockton, and Savannah, Capt. Mervin, latter to sail next day for home. 14th, U. S. Razee Independence, Capt Lavallete, flag of Commodore Shubrick, from San Francisco. Sailed -- April 14. U. S Schr. Julia, Selden, for San Diego. 16th U. S. S. Cyane, Com'r. Dupont, for coast of Mexico.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 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 PUBI.rCO. REMATE 0 VENTA EN SUBASTA PUBLICA, el M de Abril a las 10 de la i\!;in;ina,m fronts de In Casa de 'a Aduana en Monterey ; por orden del Senof Agenle de. las Prozas. LA GOLETA " WILLIAM," y su Cnrga, recientanente condenado an el Corle dc Almirantazgp de ©ulifor'prnia. La GOLETA esta dfl ports de cercn 50 toneladas., •on toflo |p (]no necosita para proceder al rnnr. La Oarga eortsibte de lsO B...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [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 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 KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS--That l, S. W. 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. 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 ...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 17 April 1847
GREAT SALE OF VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE TOWN OF FRANCISCO. Upper California. BY the following decree of his Excellency, Gen. S. W. Kearny, Governor of California, all the right, title, and interest of the United States, and of the Territory of California, to the Beach and Water Lots on the East front of the Town of San francisco, have been granted, conveyed, and released, to the people, or Corporate authorities of said Town. DECREE OF GOV. KEARNY. "I Brigadier Gen S. W. Kearny, Governor of Califor- " nia, by virtue of authority in me vested, by the PRESI- " DENT OF THE UNITED STATES of America, do " hereby grant, convey, and release unto the Town of San " Francisco, the people, or corporate authorities thereof, " all the right, title, and interest of the Government of the " United States, and of the Territory of California in and " to the Beach &amp; water Lots on the East front of said " Town of San Francisco included between the points " known as the Rincon and Fort Mont...
(ukpomtki) FOR TH caLifok^jasJ U.S. TERRITORY OF CALIFORNIA [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 April 1847
(REPORTED FOR THE CALIFORNIAN.) 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. (Concluded.) Her sailing captain is himself a native of Mexico and a citizen of that Republic. Her crew were shipped in Mexico. Her cargo is thoroughly Mexican and her invoice is in the language of that country. It is true these are not circumstances which, taken by themselves, necessarily invest her with a hostile character, but they tend to impeach her neutrality and when combined with other facts, carry strong presumptive evidence that she is not entitled to the immunities of the neutral flag which she bears. Some emphasis has been laid by the claimants on the fact that one of the three partners of the house to which the William and her cargo belong has retur...
For the Caiifornian. [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 April 1847
For the Californian. Mr. Editor. -- l have recently returned from a tour of several weeks, to the North. I know not how others may feel, but it is a delightful scene, to stand on the borders of the great Bay of San Francisco and see the numerous light craft already employed in carrying the produce of the country to market. lt is a pleasing thought to look forward but a few years, when an industrious population will fill up the almost interminable and fertile valleys which open on the Bay. The large, well cultivated farms, the numerous vehicles loaded with the almost spontaneous products of the soil, wending their way to the several points of shipment on the Bay. The beautiful towns and villages growing up at every prominent point and the Bay itself whitened with the canvass of every description of vessels from the light pleasure boat, to the Line-of-battle ship. There can now be but little doubt that the Bay of San Francisco is destined to become the great market place for the coast...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 April 1847
After this week our day of publication will be changed from Saturday to Thursday morning, so as to suit the departure of the Mails, as it leaves here, in both directions on Thursday morning. . The New Mail arrangement has just gone into effect. The first arrival brought quite a number of letters and papers; we have long felt the want of such an arrangement, and though the arrangements are at present far from being perfect, it will afford a very great accomodation to the . citizens of California. The Quarter Masters at the several military posts are the Post Masters, and we suppose that at the several important points, there is no military post, the Alcaldes will forward or deliver letters left in their charge. Our readers will remember that this arrangement is made for military purposes, and there being no other mail in the country, the Governor has ordered that the citizens be accommodated, by having their letters and papers sent free of expense. Some of our acquaintances have been...
EXCELLENT FRESO VVf(TER« [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 April 1847
EXCELLENT FRESH WATER JOHN F. ROMIE, respectfully informs the Public that his WELL is constantly supplied with that precious beverage SPARKLING COLD WATER, which he offers to the Inhabitants of Monterey, at the rate of Two Rials per week for each family, or One Rial per week for single persons; and he trusts that no one will complain of this moderate charge when it is understood that the amount collected is to be appropriated for the purpose of making a PUBLIC WELL for the general use of the Town. Persons desirous of contributing, are requested to send in their names. AGUA FRESCA. JUAN F. ROMIE, hace saber respetunsamente al Pub. lico. que el Piiza de &gt;v casa se nncuentra ennstantement proviso de la bobida mas saludable, EL AGUA FR.IA. cii« ofrece al Publico, a raxon de Dos Reals por famil: cada .''eiimria, t&gt; Us Real pnr cada persona particular ; } &lt;;s^era quo nadie trndta Bmbarazo t-u contribuir con est; fri&lt;»lerh, cuaudo »♦; sepa &a...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 April 1847
GREAT SALE OF CITY LOTS. On THURSDAY, the 24th of JUNE 1847, the Lots in the City of FRANCISCA, will be offered for Sale, on the premises, to the highest bidder. A complete map of the City may be seen at Mr. O. Farrel's office in Yerba Buena, and at Francisca. The Streets are eighty feet wide, the Alleys twenty feet wide, and the Lots FIFTY YARDS FRONT &amp; NINETYSIX YARDS BACK. The whole City comprises five square miles. TERMS. On all sums over one hundred dollars, one half cash; one fourth in one year ; and one fourth in two years, from the day of Sale. Twenty five per cent deduction will be made in favor of those who improve and settle in the city within the first year, to be allowed on the last payment. FRANCISCA is situated at the Straits of Carquinez, on the North side of the Bay of San Francisco, about thirty miles from the mouth of the Bay ; and at the head of Ship Navigation. That portion of the Bay known as the Suisun, lies between Francisca and the mouth of the S...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 April 1847
REMATE 0 VENTA EN SUBASTA TUBL!CA : DE SOLARES EN LA PLATA DEL PUEBLO DE SAN FRANCISCO. Alta California Por «'l Decreto M«utente dado pnr S. E Dun S. AVj Kearnv. G«;n« ral de Brigada «le los E. U. y Guiiciuad&lt;M dO l,&gt;liforn«a— ledo el derenlto, tttuie, y till i- &lt;cc \&lt;&gt;* \'.&gt;\ndo* U« ;.:■&gt;-. y del Tcriitbrio de California, a w (LAHE^ en la Playa, 6en freoti del Pueblo de San Fhmrnm «&gt;. m: concede y tru-fi-re al Pueblo 6 a las AiiuVidudes Mu.u«ipnlcs di dicho Pueblo. DKCRETO DE S E. El SENOR GOBERNADOR. Vo S. W. Krarny, General d*- ttngmin y Gobern:idor de California, en viitud de Us poderes qu&lt; :»i «»h r«V»fendo&gt; dados p-r el rii J-&gt;II&gt;F..\TF. de loc ESTADOS UNI DOS de America, he tenide a bieo canccdei y n.-utidpar aiTueblo de San Francisco, 6 A Mori. lades Municipal*** de (Jtcbo Put bio. todo el derecho. titulo. &lt;- interes del G&lt;...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 24 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 KNOW ALL BY THESE PRESENTS. - That l, 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. KNOW ALL BY THESE PRENTS -That l, S.W. 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 appoin...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 29 April 1847
We copy some very interesting items of foreign news from the Baltimore Sun, of the 10th of November, we have some dates to the 12th of January, but there is not much news of importance. America and the Californians. — Notwithstanding the interest felt in the Montpensier manage question, the journals have found time to say a good deal about the seizure or annexation, or whatever it may be called, of California. The great Government organ, the Debaits, makes this brief, but expressive observation on the matter. "By the acquisition of California the United States gain a territory which descends from the forty-second to twenty-third degree, and which, in a straight line, is 2500 kilometres in length. It is simply a complete revolution effected in the balance of power on the Pacific Ocean. For France it is a question of no interest; for Great Biitain it is an affair of the first importance. And yet the statesmen and newspapers of England neglect this great matter to devote their thoughts...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Californian — 29 April 1847
We have received the President's Message by the bearer of despatches, Mr. Norris, who crossed the lsthmus and took an English Steamer to Calao, where he feII in with U. S. Sloop of War Preble, and took passage in her via San Francisco to this place. He brings news from Washington to the 15th of January, and from the seat of war in Mexico to the 10th of December last. The Message is a plain well written Document. The greater portion is taken up, in showing the causes which produced the war between Mexico and the United States, a few extracts on that subject, will be satisfactory to our readers. It shows plainly that some persons in the Union think most of the success of their party than of the honor of the nation, and have published at home and abroad that the war, though commenced by Mexico, was unjustly provoked by the United States, The President, by a plain statement of facts, has given a quietus to such patriots. There is but little said in relation to California, and much of th...