R. McKee, Commsr.
San Francisco, Jan. 13, 1851
Announces the arrival of D. Wozencroft,
Col. Barbour & self, & gives
their present place of operations.
Will visit the Governor &c at San
Jose (the capital) to ascertain facts
& relating to recent reported Ind.
disturbances. Commsr. [name?] employed
John McKee as Secretary &c — Encld
copy of their circular (printed) & hopes
the views therein expressed will be
approved of by the Dept. — Calls attention
to the inadequacy of compensation
allowed the Commr. & hopes Congress
will increase the pay & given items of
travell? & other expenses &c — Speaks of
loss of 2 bales of blankets, &c — Requests
Treasy. check on Custom House, S.
Francisco. — Commr. [name?] not yet met with
Sub agt. Johnson, nor heard what he
has done. Hopes to be able to send
acknt. form from Dept soon &c.
Recd 24 February, 1851
To letter to R. McKee
Jan 9, 1851
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