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San Francisco (California, United States) (search for this): article 7
Later from California The Pony Express brings dates from San Francisco to the afternoon of the 13th inst.--The following is a summary of the news: Gov. Downey has vetoed the Horace Smith bill, on the ground that the Legislature cannot constitutionally interfere with the Judiciary, and because a fair trial can undoubtedly be had in San Francisco, where both the prisoner and his victim were total strangers.--Both Houses passed the bill over the Governor's veto, in the midst of enthusiaSan Francisco, where both the prisoner and his victim were total strangers.--Both Houses passed the bill over the Governor's veto, in the midst of enthusiastic shouting in the lobbies. During the past four days the Legislature has met each afternoon, and gone through the routine of balloting for a Senator, without appearing to make any progress toward an election. Ten ballots in all have been had. It requires 58 votes to elect, and no candidate has yet received as high as 30 votes. Without new combinations are formed, no Senator can be elected this winter. Commandant B. B. Cunningham, of the Mare Island Navy-Yard, died this mo
Panama City (Panama) (search for this): article 7
.--Oregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned that his life is despaired of. Sandwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The Honolulu Advertiser of the 24th, has the following speculation on the subject. "There is every reason to believe that the U. S. sloop-of-war Levant has met with some serious disaster, soon after leaving Hilo. It was Capt. Hunt's intention to have taken a northerly course from the Islands, till he judged he could fetch the port of Acapulco, where he purposed going first to forward his dispatches to Wa
California (California, United States) (search for this): article 7
Later from California The Pony Express brings dates from San Francisco to the afternoon of the 13th inst.--The following is a summary of the news: Gov. Downey has vetoed the Horace Smith bill, on the ground that the Legislature cannot constitutionally interfere with the Judiciary, and because a fair trial can undoubtedly be had in San Francisco, where both the prisoner and his victim were total strangers.--Both Houses passed the bill over the Governor's veto, in the midst of enthusias, which promises to be inexhaustible and of excellent quality. It is proposed to build a railroad, to make the mines more accessible to the Bay of San Francisco. Alex. Purple, one of the Vigilance Committee exiles of 1856, returned to California on the last steamer, and has been arrested and placed under $20,000 bonds for disturbing the peace. Large crowds of miners are pursuing their way to the Rock River mines. The schooner Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to Februar
Oregon (Oregon, United States) (search for this): article 7
Large crowds of miners are pursuing their way to the Rock River mines. The schooner Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to February 14th. The U. S. sloop-of-war Wyoming arrived at Honolulu on the 10th, in search of the Levant. Oregon and British Columbia.--Oregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned thaOregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned that his life is despaired of. Sandwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The Honolulu Advertiser of the 24th, has the following speculation on the subject. "There is every reason to believe that the U. S. sl
Hilo (Hawaii, United States) (search for this): article 7
ndwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The Honolulu Advertiser of the 24th, has the following speculation on the subject. "There is every reason to believe that the U. S. sloop-of-war Levant has met with some serious disaster, soon after leaving Hilo. It was Capt. Hunt's intention to have taken a northerly course from the Islands, till he judged he could fetch the port of Acapulco, where he purposed going first to forward his dispatches to Washington. "If this plan was followed, the Levant probably ran North to about lat. 34 deg., then tacked and headed for the Mexican Coast.--The brig Consort was dismantled in a gale, about October 15th, according to one account, and October 20th, according t
British Columbia (Canada) (search for this): article 7
accessible to the Bay of San Francisco. Alex. Purple, one of the Vigilance Committee exiles of 1856, returned to California on the last steamer, and has been arrested and placed under $20,000 bonds for disturbing the peace. Large crowds of miners are pursuing their way to the Rock River mines. The schooner Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to February 14th. The U. S. sloop-of-war Wyoming arrived at Honolulu on the 10th, in search of the Levant. Oregon and British Columbia.--Oregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned that his life is despaired of. Sandwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu,
Acapulco (Guerrero, Mexico) (search for this): article 7
nder the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The Honolulu Advertiser of the 24th, has the following speculation on the subject. "There is every reason to believe that the U. S. sloop-of-war Levant has met with some serious disaster, soon after leaving Hilo. It was Capt. Hunt's intention to have taken a northerly course from the Islands, till he judged he could fetch the port of Acapulco, where he purposed going first to forward his dispatches to Washington. "If this plan was followed, the Levant probably ran North to about lat. 34 deg., then tacked and headed for the Mexican Coast.--The brig Consort was dismantled in a gale, about October 15th, according to one account, and October 20th, according to another. "In looking back over our shipping memoranda, we find that the whaling barks Emerald, Robert Morrison, Florence and Bragansa, and ships Republic, Coral and
Efate (Vanuatu) (search for this): article 7
1856, returned to California on the last steamer, and has been arrested and placed under $20,000 bonds for disturbing the peace. Large crowds of miners are pursuing their way to the Rock River mines. The schooner Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to February 14th. The U. S. sloop-of-war Wyoming arrived at Honolulu on the 10th, in search of the Levant. Oregon and British Columbia.--Oregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned that his life is despaired of. Sandwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The
John Ryan (search for this): article 7
r disturbing the peace. Large crowds of miners are pursuing their way to the Rock River mines. The schooner Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to February 14th. The U. S. sloop-of-war Wyoming arrived at Honolulu on the 10th, in search of the Levant. Oregon and British Columbia.--Oregon dates to the 8th inst. have been received. A disastrous conflagration occurred in Vancouver's Island on the 6th. Property to the value of $21,000 was destroyed, and a man named John Ryan was so badly burned that his life is despaired of. Sandwich Islands.--The schooner W. L. Richardson brings Sandwich Island dates to the 14th February. On the 10th of that month, the U. S. steam sloop Wyoming, six guns, under the command of John K. Mitchell, arrived at Honolulu, from Panama, via Hilo and Lahama, in search of the sloop-of-war Levant, supposed to be lost. The Honolulu Advertiser of the 24th, has the following speculation on the subject. "There is every reason
A. B. Mallory (search for this): article 7
he lobbies. During the past four days the Legislature has met each afternoon, and gone through the routine of balloting for a Senator, without appearing to make any progress toward an election. Ten ballots in all have been had. It requires 58 votes to elect, and no candidate has yet received as high as 30 votes. Without new combinations are formed, no Senator can be elected this winter. Commandant B. B. Cunningham, of the Mare Island Navy-Yard, died this morning. A. B. Mallory, late State Comptroller, died on the 1st inst. The California Coal Mining Company, with a capital stock of $5,000,000, was incorporated yesterday, to develop the recently opened mines in the Mount Disable region, which promises to be inexhaustible and of excellent quality. It is proposed to build a railroad, to make the mines more accessible to the Bay of San Francisco. Alex. Purple, one of the Vigilance Committee exiles of 1856, returned to California on the last steamer,
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