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Stockton Daily Argus
Stockton, San Joaquin Co., CA
>>Tuesday, 8 Nov 1859<<
BURNT at the STAKE -- Capt. JARBOE informs the Sonoma Democrat' that on the 12th ult., while on the trail from Round Valley to Weaverville, he found the charred remains of a man, supposed to be John BLAN. On the same day Captain J., with a body of Rangers, had an engagement with a large number of Indians, killing 20, and capturing 33. They confessed they had murdered BLAN, by tying him to a stake and burning him, during which they had a war dance. They had killed and eaten his horse.
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