History of Arizona and New Mexico: 1530-1888

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History Company, 1889 - Arizona - 829 pages

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Page 466 - then to the point on the said line nearest to such branch, and thence in a direct line to the same); thence down the middle of said branch and said river until it empties into the Rio Colorado.
Page 413 - Proclamation ! As by the act of the republic of Mexico, a state of war exists between that government and the US, and as the undersigned, at the
Page 454 - thence west with eaid parallel to its intersection with the boundary line of the state of California; thence with said boundary line to the place of beginning.' That part lying west of long. 109░ was detached in 1863 to form Arizona; and that part above lat. 37░ in 1867
Page 454 - where the boundary line with the republic of Mex. crosses the same; thence eastwardly with the said boundary line to the Rio Grande; thence following the main channel of said river to the parallel of the 32░ north
Page 414 - residing within the boundary of N. Mex. from further allegiance to the republic of Mexico, and hereby claims them as citizens of the US Those who remain quiet and peaceable will be considered as good citizens and
Page 506 - brain that my name did not appear on the slate, and in the language of Daniel Webster I exclaimed, "Gentlemen, what is to become of me?" Gourley politely replied, "0, we will make you Indian agent." So the bill passed, and Lincoln signed all the commissions, and the oyster supper was paid for, and we
Page 422 - Being duly authorized by the pres. of the US of America, I hereby make the following appointments for the government of N. Mex., a territory of the US The officers thus appointed will be obeyed and respected accordingly.' Governor, Charles Bent, part owner of Bent's Fort, married to a native of Taos;
Page 672 - at Ft Bliss, declaring martial law, 'anticipating a sincere and hearty cooperation and firm support from the inhabitants.' From another procl., of Dec. 20th, Hayes quotes as follows: 'To my old comrades in arms, still in the ranks of the usurpers of their
Page 514 - forts without soldiers are common. Politicians without policy, traders without trade, store-keepers without stores, teamsters without teams, and all without means, form the mass of the white population." pox, and the possession of bridles braided from the hair of scalped victims and decorated with teeth knocked from the jaws of living women—these are heroic facts among many of our frontiersmen.
Page 37 - had scene the same. Wee all conceived great griefe, and were not a little confounded when we saw that wee found euery thing contrary to the information which he had given your Lordship,' and more to the same purport. He says that the coast turns west opposite Corazones 10 or 12 1., and

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