the United States.
His father, a mixed blood, like his neighbours, lived on a small farm called Los Felix, not far from Monterey.
A poor school, kept by a drowsy priest, in Sleepy Hollow, offered him the only teaching he ever got. He learned to reaLos Felix satisfied his father's wants; but the unhappy boy was fretting from a fever in his blood.
White men came into Monterey, who took to building jetties, making roads, and opening schools.
Such men were devils in his sight; intruders on his sd.
Seeing a fight going on, an officer interfered, when Vasquez plunged a knife into his heart.
The murderer fled from Monterey.
Getting a herd of kine, he says, I went to Mendocino county, in the north, three hundred miles from Monterey; but Monterey; but even in the north I was not left alone in peace.
White men pursued me to my ranch; but I escaped unhurt and fled into the woods.
Then I resolved to change my course.
It was their fault, not mine.
They would not let me work — in future I would st