The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 18, July 1914 - April, 1915 Page: 40
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40 The Southwestern Hlistorical Quarterly
consul, kept the State Department well informed as to events
in the province, especially regarding immigration, the attitude of
California officials, and the proceedings of the Hudson's Bay Com-
pany. In this he was encouraged by the authorities at Wash-
ington; and, still farther, urged to report anything concerning the
political condition of California that could "be made subservient
to or may effect (sic) the interest and well being of our gov-
ernment."03 It was an enlargement upon this plan, that, as we
shall see, Polk made use of about one year later.
" Larkin to Secretary of State, April 16, 1844. Official Correspondence,
II, No. 4; same to same, Aug. 18, Ibid., No. 9. CrallO, Acting Secre-
tary of State, to Larkin, Oct. 25, 1814. Larkin MSS., VI, No. 223.
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