NOTES

NOTES
1
Ephraim D. Adams, "English Interest in the Annexation of California," American Historical Review, XIV (July 1909), 744-763.
F.O. 50.
F.O. 50
2
Hubert H. Bancroft, History of California (7 vols., San Francisco, 1884-1890), I, 526.
3
Alexander Forbes, California: A History of Upper and Lower California, (London: Smith Elder and Co., 1839), pp. 309-51;
London Times, September 6, 1839, p. 6;
Bancroft, California, IV, 109-111.
4
Forbes, California, pp. 151-52.
5
Lester G. Engelson, "Proposals for the Colonization of California by Eng- land," California Historical Society Quarterly, XVIII (June 1939), 138.
6
Forbes, California, pp. 152-153.
7
Pakenham to Palmerston, July 5, 1840, F.O. 50/136, fo. 65.
8
Pakenham to Palmerston, F.O. 50/146, fo. 91.
9
Aberdeen to Pakenham, December 15, 1841, F.O. 50/143, fo. 13. See account in Adams, "English Interest," pp. 744-763.
10
Herman Leader, ed., "A Voyage from the Columbia to California in 1840, from the Journals of Sir James Douglas," California Historical Society Quarterly, VIII (June 1929), 98;
Bancroft, California, IV, 218.
11
Sir George Simpson, "Documents, Letters of Sir George Simpson 1814- 1843," American Historical Review, XIV (October 1908), 86-93.
12
Ibid., p. 89.
13
J. A. Forbes to Barron, October 19, 1843, F.O. 50/168, fos. 90-93.
14
Robert G. Wyllie to Richard Hartnell, August 10, 1843, quoted in Susanna B. Dakin, The Times of William Hartnell (Palo Alto, Calif., 1949), pp. 260-62.
15
Eustace Barron to the Earl of Aberdeen, January 20, 1844, quoted in Doris M. Wright, "A Yankee in Mexican California, Abel Stearns: 1789-1848" (Ph.D. Dissertation, Claremont Graduate School, 1954), p. 191.
16
Sheldon G. Jackson, "Henry Dalton: Southern California Ranchero" (Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Southern California, 1970), pp. 209-212;
Charles S. Baker, "Don Enrique Dalton of the Azusa," Annual Publication Historical Society of Southern Cali- fornia, (1917), 17-35.
17
Alexander Forbes to Henry Dalton, July 11, 1843, Dalton Collection, Hunt- ington Library, San Marino.
18
Owen C. Coy, Gold Days (Los Angeles, 1929), pp. 10-11.
19
Barron to Aberdeen, January 8, 1843, F.O. 50/168, fos. 167-169.
20
Addington to Barren, March 21, 1844, F.O. 50/179, fo. 5.
21
James A. Forbes to Barren, September 5, 1844, F.O. 50/179 fos. 85-98;
Sheldon G. Jackson, "Two Pro-British plots in Alta California," South- ern California Quarterly, LV (Summer 1973), 107-112.
22
Aberdeen to Barren, December 31, 1844, F.O. 50/197, fos. 9-11.
23
Foreign Office to Bankhead, October 1, 1845, F.O. 50/183, fos. 67-69.
24
J. A. Forbes to Alexander Forbes, July 9, 1946, F.O. 50/198, fos. 259-63;
Bancroft, California, V, 215-16.
25
Lester G. Engelson, "Proposals for the Colonization, pp. 143-44.
26
Engelson, "Proposals for Colonization," pp. 146-46.
27
Bankhead to Aberdeen, May 30, 1846, F.O. 50/197, fo. 73.
26
Palmerston to Bankhead, August 15, 1846, F.O. 50/194, fo. 4.
29
Jackson, "Two Pro-British Plots," pp. 113-28.
30
Ibid., pp. 123-24.
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