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    Sacramento Daily Union 28 October 1852
    ... a compliment to ('apt. John A. Sutter. the -Marion Rifles" and "Sutler Riflt-c," they will continue to wear their ...
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    Nevada Journal 22 October 1858
    ... —On the occasion of the benefit of the Nevada Rifles, last Thursday night. “Faint Heart never won a Fair ...
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    Sacramento Daily Union 29 October 1852
    Grand Military Display — Reception of the "Marion Rifles" and of Capt. John A. Sutter. — At 7 ...
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    Sacramento Daily Union 20 September 1853
    ... place between Mrs. J. A. Claughley and the Sutter Rifles, on the occasion of the presentation by the former ...
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    San Joaquin Republican 3 September 1859
    ... have already reported for the encampn * it: Marion Rifles, Capt. Riggs; National G| rd, Capt. Moore; San Francisco ...
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    San Joaquin Republican 3 July 1859
    The Marlon Rifles.
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    San Joaquin Republican 12 September 1855
    ... Sierra Guards, Downieville, (Infantry,) 74 man, Capt. Hungerford; Goodyer's Rifles, (neai; Downieville,) 70 men, Capt. Myers; City Guards, Stockton, ...
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    Sacramento Daily Union 8 November 1858
    ... Walker and Dickinson, and Lieutenant Averelle's company of mounted rifles. Nothing effectual done. The Indians were seen in large ...
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    Sacramento Daily Union 15 January 1859
    ... GUN MAKERS, have constantly on hand for sale, GUNS, RIFLES and PISTOLS, imported direct from the most celebrated manufactories. ...
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    Sacramento Daily Union 7 July 1853
    ... the cititeas of San Francisco. When the Suttei j Rifles, of your city, accompanied by the'gnll»nt old i Captain ...
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    San Joaquin Republican 25 September 1859
    ... officers had neglected to tell the men. The Marion Rifles, who were on guard, took it in earnest, and ...
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    Amador Ledger-Dispatch 7 March 1857
    ... Santa Barbara Mounted Riflemen, Santa Barbara, 70 men. Marion Rifles, San Francisca, 60 men. Washington Continental Guard*, S. Francisco, ...
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    San Joaquin Republican 28 September 1859
    ... the Independent National Guards. i Prize Fifth—To the Sutter Rifles, of Sacramento, Capt. E. E. Eyre, the gold medal ...
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    Daily National Democrat 25 February 1859
    ... Marbled, Damascus ami Stui» Twist Double Barrelled Shot Guns, Rifles, Colt’s Pistols, Gun Equipments ami Materials, Powder, Balls, Shot ...
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    Daily National Democrat 26 March 1859
    ... Marbled, Damascus and Stub Twist Double Barrelled Shot Guns, Rifles, Colt’s Pistols, Gun Equipments and Materials, Powder, Balls, Shot ...
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    San Joaquin Republican 16 January 1856
    ... were at Waukcsa Greek, seven miles distant, armed with rifles and cannon. The squad were swearing violently that they ...
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    Weekly Butte Record 26 January 1856
    Shaipe'B Rifles.*
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    Sacramento Daily Union 9 November 1854
    ... The latter was killed at the first fire. Mississippi rifles were the weapons used. ¶ SECOND DISPATCH. ¶ Further ...
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    Daily National Democrat 3 October 1858
    ... Marbled, Damascus and Stub T.vist Double Barrelled Shot Guns, Rifles, Colt’s Pist >ls, Gun Equipments and Materials, Powder, Balls, ...
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    Daily National Democrat 10 October 1858
    ... Damascus an l Stub Twist Double barrelled Shot Guns, Rifles, Colt’s Pistols, Gun Equipments and Materials, Powder, Balls, Shot ...