Publications of the Historical Society of Southern California, Band 8

The Society, 1911

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Seite 125 - Still o'er these scenes my memory wakes, And fondly broods with miser care ; Time but the impression deeper makes, As streams their channels deeper wear.
Seite 103 - Gillespie is well informed in relation to the present state of things in California, and will give you all needful information. I need not, therefore, detain him by saying anything on the subject. I will merely state that...
Seite 102 - PM Sir: I have this moment received your note of yesterday by Mr. Stokes, and have ordered Capt.
Seite 41 - Said University shall be open in every respect for the equal education of both sexes. Said University and corporation is to be under the control and management of the Methodist Episcopal Conference of Southern California, or such other conference as it may be changed into.
Seite 107 - authentic accounts" were received "that his [Pico's] number was 180 men engaged in the fight, and that 100 additional men were sent from the Pueblo [de los Angeles], who reached his camp on the 7th.
Seite 128 - Any matters in which the faculty of the college can legislate are within the administrative functions of the Dean.
Seite 124 - What I Saw in California," said : "General Kearny is a man rising fifty years of age. His height is about five feet ten or eleven inches. His figure is all that is required by symmetry. His features are regular, almost Grecian ; his eye is blue, and has an eagle-like expression, when excited by stern or angry emotion ; but in ordinary social intercourse, the whole expression of his countenance is mild and pleasing, and his manners and conversation are unaffected, urbane, and conciliatory, without...
Seite 128 - The officers of the Association shall be a President, a First Vice President, a Second Vice President, a Secretary and a Treasurer.
Seite 226 - Lopez with his sheath knife dug up some wild onions, and in the dirt discovered a piece of gold, and searching further found some more. He brought these to town, and showed them to his friends, who at once declared there must be a placer of gold.
Seite 11 - ... there! Determined to lose no time, we took the first boat for New Orleans, where we selected our office, and had returned as far as the Isthmus, when Dame Misfortune gave us another kick, snagged our boat, and sunk everything in the Chagres river. After fishing...

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