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Chapter 8: brigands. IX California, as in Greece and Italy, brigands are the privateers of public wrongs, or what the peasants call their public wrongs. A brig
em a ready market and a safe retreat.
From Soto to Vasquez, every brigand in California has found his base of operations in Mexico.
Los Angeles county is a mounta
A lovely climate, a prolific soil, drew other settlers from the North.
If California is the garden of America, Los Angeles county is the paradise of California.
Woods and pastures have been sold by the unthrifty natives; woods uncut, pastures ungrazed; and the purchase money of these woods and pastures has been spent on cards ses lived; another day he smoked his cigarette in San Quentin, the Newgate of California.
Once he broke that prison; a daring and successful feat, one of the many le quez, women swear by Vasquez, lads aspire to rival Vasquez.
Every hybrid in California would be Vasquez if he had the talent and the mettle.
Lives of Vasquez, Adve