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Guide to the Richard Barnes Mason Papers, 1847-1848
BANC MSS C-A 107  
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List of Items and Correspondents

 

Boggs, Lilburn W., 1792-1860

 

To James F. Reed. Written as Alcalde of Sonoma. With order by Mason to Folsom to pay the account. June 24, 1847

 

Statement of allowances made by special court appointed by Mason. Oct. 30, 1847

 

Marcy, William George, d. 1896

 

To Mason re provisions in California. Oct. 10, 1847

 

Marcy, William Learned, 1786-1857

 

To Mason, Oct. 13, 1847 (copy)

 

Mason, Richard Barnes, 1797-1850

 

4 letters to José Mariano Bonilla, Alcalde of San Luis Obispo, 1847-1848. Include appointment of John Miguel Price as Alcalde of San Luis Obispo.

 

Letter to George Gibson, Aug. 29, 1848

 

Letter to Governor of New York, Mar. 10, 1848

 

Letters (4) to Roger Jones, 1848 (photocopy only). Contain descriptions of California gold mines, etc., and problems of government in Alta California.

 

Letter to John Price, Mar. 21, 1848, containing instructions for dealing with Indian depredations around San Luis Obispo.

 

Circulars, 1847-1848: re customs' collection, civil marriages, civil fund

 

Appointment of Jacob R. Snyder and Timothy Murphy, commissioners, to examine records of John H. Nash, Alcalde of Sonoma, Aug. 26, 1847

 

Orders no. 37, re martial law

 

Custom House and Port regulations for harbors of California, July 26, 1848 (copy)

 

Proclamation, Nov. 29, 1847, prohibiting sale of liquor to Indians.

 

Proclamation, Dec. 27, 1847, concerning Sonorenians, in English and Spanish

 

Proclamation, July 24, 1848, re military deserters

 

Proclamation, Aug. 7, 1848, re treaty with Mexico

 

Reward for apprehension of deserters, May 1847 (in Spanish)