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" To the inhabitants of California: The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the United States of , America, by invading its territory and attacking the troops of the United States stationed on the north side of the Rio Grande,... "
History of Santa Clara County, California - Page 117
1881 - 798 pages
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House Documents, Otherwise Publ. as Executive Documents: 13th Congress, 2d ...

United States. Congress. House - United States
...the naval forces of the US} in this bay. C. To the inhabitants of California: The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the...totally destroyed, and all their artillery, baggage, &c., captured on the 8th and 9th of May last, by a force of two thousand three hundred men under the...
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Merchants' Magazine and Commercial Review, Volume 15

Freeman Hunt, Thomas Prentice Kettell, William B. Dana - Commerce - 1846
...CALIFORNIA. The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the United States ot America, by invading its territory and attacking the...States stationed on the north side of the Rio Grande, with a force of seven thousand men, under the command of General Arista, which army was totally destroyed,...
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What I Saw in California: Being a Journal of a Tour, by the Emigrant Route ...

Edwin Bryant - 1849 - 480 pages
...was read and posted in English and Spanish : TO THE INHABITANTS OF CALIFORNIA. The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the...north side of the Rio Grande, and with a force of 7000 men under the command of Gen. Arista, which army was totally destroyed, and all their artillery,...
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What I Saw in California: Being the Journal of a Tour, by the Emigrant Route ...

Edwin Bryant - California - 1849 - 480 pages
...was read and posted in English and Spanish: TO THE INHABITANTS Or CALIFORNIA. The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the United States of America, by invading ita territory, and attacking the troops of the United States stationed on the north side of the Rio...
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What I Saw in California: Being the Journal of a Tour, by the Emigrant Route ...

Edwin Bryant - California - 1849 - 480 pages
...was read and posted in English and Spanish : TO THB INHABITANTS Of CALIFORNIA. The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the United States of America, by iiivading its territory, and attacking the troops of the United States stationed on the north side...
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The Annals of San Francisco: Containing a Summary of the History of ...

Frank SoulÚ, John H. Gihon, Jim Nisbet - California - 1855 - 824 pages
...subject more than was at first contemplated. "TO THE INHABITANTS OF CALIFORNIA. " The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the...totally destroyed, and all their artillery, baggage, &c., captured on the 8th and 9th of May last, by a force of two thousand and three hundred men, under...
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The History of San JosÚ and Surroundings: With Biographical Sketches of ...

Frederic Hall - San Jose (Calif.) - 1871 - 537 pages
...Americans! " He then read the proclamation of Commodore Sloat, which was in Spanish, and is as follows: "To the Inhabitants of California: "The central troops...force of seven thousand men, under the command of Gen. Arista, which army was totally destroyed, and all their artillery, baggage,, etc., captured on...
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The History of San JosÚ and Surroundings: With Biographical Sketches of ...

Frederic Hall - San Jose (Calif.) - 1871 - 537 pages
...and is as follows: "To the Inhabitants of California: "The central troops of Mexico havingcommenced hostilities against the United States of America,...of the United States, stationed on the north side hf the Bio Grande, and with a force of seven thousand men, under the command of Gen. Arista, which...
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The Golden State: A History of the Region West of the Rocky Mountains ...

Rolander Guy McClellan - British Columbia - 1872 - 671 pages
...British rule. The proclamation is as follows: "TO THE INHABITANTS OF CALIFORNIA! " The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the...totally destroyed, and all their artillery, baggage, Sec., captured on the 8th and 9th of May last, by a force of two thousand and three hundred men, under...
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The Golden State: A History of the Region West of the Rocky Mountains ...

Rolander Guy McClellan - California - 1875 - 711 pages
...rule. The proclamation is as follows : "TO THE INHABITANTS OF CALIFORNIA: " The central government of Mexico having commenced hostilities against the...totally destroyed, and all their artillery, baggage, &c., captured on the 8th and Qth of May last, by a force of two thousand and three hundred men, under...
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