assigned to Company F, then under orders for California.
By private letters from Lieutenant Ord, I Colonel John D. Stevenson was coming out to California with a regiment of New York Volunteers; thatd-vizier (visor) by G — d! He is Governor of California.
All hands received the general with great overland, leaving us in full possession of California and its fate.
Fremont also left California Sloat shortly after the first occupation of California, announcing that the people were free and enhe most prominent and influential natives of California.
About dark I learned that Nash had come ba that it would facilitate their migration to California.
But when the Mormons reached Salt Lake, inhich he made more money than any merchant in California, during that summer and fall.
The understanenicia; and, accordingly, ships consigned to California came pouring in with their contents, and werHidalgo.
It was well that this news reached California at that critical time; for so contagious had