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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 October 1850

96 TriMUted from the German tor the Pob m-m 1 Wfaea fickle fortune leave thee, Wbe Hope'a brifhl atar kaia Ami We a bnrdea Who for thee tear will 1 Ob, look sot to the fainr, It ctCT dots frier , Tract not to klmlnew, Deceivers will deceive. iat rather (tea to action The tparka of hidden light, Until within thy boeom A flame U (lowing bright, Know thon art thine own master, That this bright world U thine, And then shall days of gladness In futare reand thee shine To thyself be ever tree. Let no frowning fate deject thee, God will ever be with yon. Trust iu Him, and He 'II protecMhee. Lahsina, Oct. 16th, 1850. E- A SPORTING CLERGT-MAX. The Reverend Ichabod Bereaford, A atren'ious fowler before the Lord, Left, at break of day, his rectory noose, To best to and fro, on the moors, for n groove. Bat as he went forth on so piona a mission, A fantastic person, of mean condition, Presumed to taks him sharply to task Abont his gna and powder flssk ; Inquiring, with sly sarcastic tone, "Which...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1850

oo -v. J' r 1 5 luvrvn e tfaicton r i Mtun. ErU 4," . i 'si craj fat crape crf. cWL, train L'i, fl4 cot. & fuf roe. aH;secn leu a4d:e clerk. tad irory do, rtreni s. d&L -V- W1 ar5 shoe. . ajtT 2Ta R . OCDEX t b obtained ; icntta. OES ! !-We lT, riijnl and Sbippej, wi la aopplv tLea" ;, ax t&e sLortes. t. rejvlar and prospt Mi-. F. W. TLofaMQ ? recede order 51 & ROBINSON. L SALE BY TIIE Idk'fe. Mvin a so Macs erang Irh ijceoa, besitrj 4a cracker, blacfc. Ut, flu. Ct.il p. . fr!M pk. Chewing as'd zes ire, tbevels, eolmatert. r, cnaia caQes, large : f lo!'ow wa-r.e.;. . SThW. kc, it; cioKf. tcr U;rr. -'lit- I3UI IJ LVECTT i u X CO. OKA NA I.VOA J i s tv, on k . oi .' Swco mak i tU T. m paU, v. j I so;', it 'p-tn ". , H i of LirtfxJ.) ta rd in t.e rnftsnf of o hoor, do Wer. Fire ReMTtri2 and papers ifcat k4 the t:re in an eacu. Co.. K. W. Wood . C. HatftBiaa, Lec Starker JiJ-o tr;t tnaluAa. a me na pa- iih the letters n at ibe star k CO. 4Stf DSCRIBERS- muer,t of ES I cu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1850

on fwTjo -:, -j' t . V v - - r" 4 r I . . -- .-V- 11 . J 4 ii t: r r xi 98 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER, 2, 1850. omnibus lines of the city of New York have not been able to sustain their losses, and are beginning to use mules as less liable by far even to accident as well as disease 1 his results from the next consideration, which is that . 3. Mules have organs of vision and hear ing far superior to those-of the horse. Hence they seldom sheer and frighten, and run off". A horse frightens because he imagines he sees something frightful, but a mule, having superior discernment, both by the eye and ear,' understands everything he 'meets, and therefore is sate. For" the same reason he is surer footed, and hence moie valuable in mnnnmmi. rocrmns. and on dangerous '. roads. I doubt whether. on the Alpine paths 1 a mule ever made a mis-step. He may nave been deceived ia the firmuess of the spot ' where he set his foot, but not in the propriety of his choice, all appearances consider...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1850

Ligh ertha, outitry. efore, our best f0r- we ...My so f,ak & k customers ra,.l i bey took ufnl fr productions ija? Lurope, from R e million; the So.;,? f the MetlitermiuJ: o, lJUt eiffht " - , """On, nenca, with Al: " Hions. The vJr u United KintJ.,...s irs ending with I84 ny fwr the Mltie , V aly 2,733,55-2. 'ft .tioti takes so murk . iitetl State?, eren ..7 on the nrerage of nt of their conu line less than 1 OU.Ir- roiisumetl tftn.. e of theirs in lhea.. more than 27,000 alii. r s a Motive Powe os settled. pro n he is now tleliverin. ilitutton, state th !t of the application :i!e for Men m; he ex experiments ever ienre. An itiuiin e hundred and g;x,T ng up I.y untgtietic ar. up and down, (laitcinr ithout any visible surl r on this bar be stated ougn ten inches of jj. ild raise this bar r through ten incbt. !ty in doinz the s.inJ ton or one hundred ile-driver or it forg. dicityj and he rouH ke of six, twelve or feet. riment we ever wit. uixl and brilliant flasi Wieii rodured ne...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 November 1850

100 LABOR. ST P. WU.S Tbe esrtb wu cm d ft Adam, Bat lb doom frll not on ma. For tbs Lord ol Earth sad H FrOBOBBCCd l OT IB kM- By the awei cf thy brow,"-aad only, Shalt tboo set thy aily O, Father above, we thank The, Tho bu bruised Tins serpent's hmd." and bow, In tbs world-wide gardrn, Or in mine, or la uiU, each day, "We toil, but the sling and bunJea Of labor ia taken away. For the ptM earth smiles below as, And the bloc sky smllea absve. And health and wealth tbey cheer ua, Aad oar God looka on la love. Oar taak arowe leaa and lighter Aa we aoe ia tbe Master's plaa ; Oar arme and h tarts (row stronger, Aa weftud it food for man. Through tbe glebe the plough glidea fitter, Aad the whirring wheel in tbe will Boa rouud on the axlea swifter. To work out human will. At tbe forge the fire glowa brighter, And tbe clanging atroke on it rake From the anvil rtnjs our dearer, la tbe silvery tonea of Uope. For labor i bleat, and bleating ' The million of faithful onea And tbe curse hath f...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1850

Oj) i . if. ) tf 11 Snams IM Bhia- oUMe..w4aii tb. I. i. - - riuinm r. p. w. Intt4npson illiams&Co.., wheni receive orders 1 &. ROBINSON; SALE BYTHP ngee hdkfe, aewifi. be ana Mae It broa Irish linens, hosier. kda cracker, black. Wswa, g!er casks pi. prime port, chewing irtls. as'd aizee iron hoe!s, ealtiratora , chain- cables, large o: dohow ware, coo., griddles, &c, &c.; kit: cats b nigra nA. I:s-and tpikes, copper loths, water fUterwrs, rs-irons ami shear tens, chieme yellow.. terpentine, btk paint,, mtsh, botes of win. 14 12x1512x18, ra, willow baakets, 1 EVERETT & CO. l-tf ONA NA INOAi Honotnla nei, ma ka ua ike poao makon ha haoi hanaia ia T e aki wela loa, i ke. i mekeu. a, a ve . welt ike m palapa aa anao-ke-abi. fJa BIGNED,. RESI ng, at the- reaueat o., witnessed one of (of Liverpool.) o led to tbe etlectaof . of one hour, Co here- Fire Resisting Sar C7 9 and papers that h4 the fite iu an excel. & Co.. R. W. Wood, L. Hournann, Leoa Starkey Janioa ma,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1850

102 THE POLYNESIAN, SATU11DAY, NOVEMBER, 9, 1850. I am certain that the first planter who will place a few hectolitres of syrup ami let it crystall.ze slowly under favorable conditions, will obtain rrvst.-iU ivlnwp size. aiuiem-ance. whiteness, Slid quantity will suffice to remove. "II doubts, nml AoruX i hp .iii-iu.m I have varied the propor tions of bi-sulphite of lime, tin.l the conditions of : the evaporation; I liave oK?nucn -p.iiairijr on the ripest canes, on the greenest canes, on sound canes, and in all m.v experiments, the only re sult hns bren crystallized sugar. I have tit been able to find i il my experiments a spoonful ofi uncrvstallizable molasses. The analysis of the cane juice and its elabora tion with the bi-sulphite have accorded iu their tenor, ami in the product of suar. It would be necessary in order not to extract from the juice all the sugar it contains, to do so purpose ly, so simple is its operation, and so correct are its results. Dut everybody knows that t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1850

Polynesian. raps, 1 find on W, rove of sufficient !.,. '' ders to wrr.,. . H atii nni.i- pleased to coUllnui)i;; ling the -ucceed here, the Srowih and Cl ture of the country, etc' t to our resident. !i lie strictly Called ifij f ourselves, they way here from drift.) I finding an eqiiable top awhile. Ther. : in fifty years the ,,r will differ much ft, nt, and the variety nts of all kinds, hefe" ation on the nutme)l: is taken from a scient'4 letter from a gentlem lat. 1 20' north, L, .ture, from a register f . The range durit, The amount of rainfj es ; which fell on i limate differs, therefore excess of heat and rai cr he makes a remar! uraging to those of oi Producing laborers fTr, the improvements i: . he remarks, astotd ims, as you ride nlo.v self in siaie of our n. u tne vrc,-r with whic. ir'mg and culti valiant - - i. hi agriculture,. tteior,A The chief laborers large numtier of em. ring every year. Tk ieirgoi:ii into the j8. "s(uatiirg." As t!m y raise, thry generaili y are pron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 9 November 1850

104 THE I1ATOTG9 BACnELOR. A TAtuVT- From the llou.t Journal Oace ape . midu.iht ..army. . . JT,., t ,..A ir-cv a curtail velum 01 " whin, .oaded, e.y "- c'm " iT.Si- " r"',p"l, " my chtm r Oa ! for lp ! I'm MiMened aorr. Tnea Into U chamber nitilnr, ant e- once ptnnlnta lie ahoalJ flr into the M w, should et befciad do. C.me the jhct. orfjnJ am broken, (with many rinS. and AadTiXnheui Uows hW htm on .he du.ty.book-.ir.wn Bat ifce'dow. .mid tn volume, of most venerable Jore. Qaoih ihe lawyer, "What bore ! It mo.l be aoinethinf. serious, thi. I. certainly mysterious, aaite.a advent or the .plrtt.,-re.urrection con .more, Bat I understand them mostly "-here there c.me . r.p .o Tb.t'k"couW no more di-i-mble a. be had done heretofore, And fci. he rew n.i and psier, and be .tarted Tor the door, Down be fell U'n ibe floor. . ri.it.r. clmttr: and hi. teeth btn to 1 BCB UBS ' rHaflfr. A. the .pint, tailored round him, and accused him ery n- with handle face all smiling, and with winnin word...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1850

frr- If. inJ ol: sses, ud alt the the shortest na. ;ular and promt ' W. Thompson ua at ww., wnere eive orders and '. K.f . ROBLNSON. ALE BY the e huh fs, sewinp- and black broad b linens, hosier crackers, blacks a. gle, casks pi ne perk, chewing . as'd sizes iron vels. cultivators, laia cables, largo hollow ware, con iddies, te fcc.; sate binges and hnd spikes, copper is, water blterers irons and shears, S chrome yellow, pent'ine.blk paint. sh, boxes of win- 12x1512x18,. willow baskets, 1 ERETT & CO.. XA NA INOA nelnln nei, ma ke ike pono makou hao i hanaia ia T i hi we la lea i ke- makou, i ka we- ela ike na pala pa- ana o ke ahu Ua INED, RESI , at the request o witnessed one of f LkeroooL) Da to the effects of a one hoar. do hete- Fire Resisting Safe pnd papers ttiat baa he fiie in mn excel-. Co., R. W. Wood. E. Hoffmann, Leoa arkev Janion ma, e La luna , a me na pa- ed, with the tetters seen at the store K & CO. 45tf Vol. M . HONOLULU, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1850. THE POL...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1850

J9 7 I) 1 '5 oV 106 Belgium am) the Institute of France should in sure to me the priority; he then stated in writ ing the results of his operations in the following terms: . . "At Lenders we Law treated with sulphite hcid. about 5.000.000 pounds of beets during the List croj. Liquid sulphuric acid Hi degree Baume mied with two huodre.l tiuics us liulK of water, was poured on the rasping. The leet iuire was defecated with lime. At about CO degrees chalk vva added, and very large lumps were obtained. The defecated jiwce was almost colorless. During the whole process of extrac tion no coloration takes place except that vvuicn is provoked Lj tli contact of foreign matters. The quantity of sugar obtained was much larg er, and the shade without clarification was much handsomer. The grain was larger and prettier. The sugars resembled in every respect the hand somest sugars,and were much liked by the trade." Same lime after wards, Messrs. Claes Broth ers forwarded to me samples of four parc...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1850

JUL vet. We pulish " - arm "and Heraa cial Report of the 8lIr nels of the ColUmllJ iue v. a. uoast SUr. ations on the suK;... JCL importance to Shin generally. These,. mspices of theUoite remove much of u,e ters have hitherto . oa.t; and ivheri - on he Am. sloop of wa sels r.f the Hudson, llhe Columbia Rj?e, le most hazardous en. coast of the continent aSe t mat river froill iciiibcr the auxietv 0r the uhole passage, itt off Cape Disappoint essive relief they ex. nchor in Baker' Ba have Iieen ierforiiie4 on, than has been ac corps engaged in th auth of the Columbia ey" of the limn atl biet liirer at far tip (, uncr of the work nA ire accuracy ia all follows: r Chart with that of nges of the Channels f the Columbia River ous and consider!.!. tile further lo the west S-JO 41. The North lually rilling up, while becoming both larger mil oimc violent storm in, hihI upon subsid river to find a Chan 1 have examined all inade ot the Cc-tunAns discovery to the ures- Lecn continued cLaii. mes...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 16 November 1850

LL if ESrav- t i r r r 108 A GALE IX THE CHANNEL. ET CHARLES J. FETERS0N. It was u sunny day in the winter of flint wm trormed down the Mersey, and took our leare of Liverpool. Our vessel nv eliin nf savon K n n r? rfA tOJlS &nu was a as Bbe """f . - ... . . I Bureau, unc .ier aiivmv. , . i ' .u- I.-- T thnnoht I had never J r. hpr tolfl. OI wniie CMtilss lt me ureri-i - o seen a more beautiful sight. The scene around was lively and inspiriting. Innumer- able craft of all sizes covered the waters far and near: here a large merchantmen moving t;t. . etpWivan there litrht natch skim- : -l ika .';rm.- f a anrnllnnr I The sunlight sparkled and danced on the oo lf it natorn nnd the hlup I ovnraA stf tha Trieli plmnnpl strolrhpd flwavlnml hnttlintr to the very last. in front, until lost in a thin haze in the oppo- site horizon. ' - T U-A koon roniinrr holnw fnr cnvprnl hours, w tnUrra rTKtfnll went nn derk ajrain. TTA. I ctartPrt t the rhanae ! It was vet an hour to sunset, but the lu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1850

i r - erchant and fik: Ifpared to suppl,X!? tt shorty lore rejnilar ax -. Jenas, w caTe or.? William & Co to receive fTH & ECBINSOX ii ' -'iffiMwWVif ---- 'xX ysx- - . ..f- - ; ' - - --v-- - - " " jj ' ' j " ' "' ' & SALE BY THE pongee hdkfs. blue ard blick br.5 k Irish liaenj, hosier, ti coda cracker. hi.i cassia, glu casks f, prime pork.chewin. mills. as'd sizes iro, 1 shovels, cultivators ur, chain cables. Urn 't of hollow ware, cos. is, griddles. Sic, fct; pat. gate hinges ttxj ails and t-pikes, copper cloths, water rllteren ilor's irons and shears digns, chrome yellow, 's turpentine, blk psi varnish, boxes ef wis. 12x14 12x1512x18, bars, willow baskets i EVERETT & CO. 11-tf NONA NA INfU ma Honolulu oei, au k ia, ua iKe pono makes ahu hao i banaia ia T i ke ahi wela loa, j u net makou. i km . e i wela ike na palap. e aa ana o ke arte t tSIGNED, RESI ving, at the request e Co., witnessed one of s (of Liverpool.) pa ased to the effects of . ce of one hour.dohere. d...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1850

ill 110 Teenxumolly, had taken a cargo of rice to Yeddo, discharged the same, received pay ment, partly in silver and parti in paper money, (we have seen specimens of both, as for the paper money it appears as well as any we ever saw,) and started on her home ward passage, ordinarily of only three days, but was oveitaken by adverse winds. Their supply of water was exhausted at the end of sixteen aays, ana ineir nee i ine tuu u. twenty-six. They were then reduced to some refuse fish scales and occasional show ers, but by the merciful care of Divine Pro vidence all were preserved until at the end of sixty-six days, their junk rudder-less and dismasted, fell in with the H. Kneeland, Capt. Clark, who took them all on board his vessel and supplied their wants. They cherish the most grateful feelings towards Capt. Clark and his ship's company. Sub sequently Capt. Clark delivered six of them to the Russian authorities at Petropaulaski, under the promise that they should "be re- turned to J...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1850

RY. Ion, tbe father of tw t, of which lT 4 6ecnnd cousin to tb. ia Hum running 0a i tbem ou can't- he state of the French : the last thirty rM easels, rarrvintr n-J with 15,000 mem uOO meny in 1840 28s In 1848 a rluc.iZ it ncpount.hetotsj tj-.ailrons and station, ach 200 vessel of aj CARAGCA. We hat. m San Juan. Every. in i ciiiniimi quiet. r, nal urn vet I eafels st, which latter nUr. atner Orus had ascen. Iiterel the San Juan r a successful isa8 ia route to California. ho was the first to de ! of Progression, and .1 to see himself, aad of Europe (the queerf kpendant on standio jermany more dtsani. Ul Metlernich system. al oeration was lately complete removal of orhl. The physiciu milt. The Detroit illmore has two bro- e resided in Washten- ne a Douse cariienter. i by trade. He has a ife of 31r. Harris, of rofession, and another Indiana." He visited de. Assuming " 1,100- xport of coffee for the inst. (which it is not the export of tbe crop as l,ju,ut)u, anutiuu i00, it will be seea...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 23 November 1850

i 112 eiie Tlio. GEE MAM POETS. BV ' I.-GOETIIE. Light! more lhl till! Goktbe. Thon uulo whom wan giea the golden key To oulori the portaU of the human mind, Oh! Spirit grand. adventurous, and free. In that lat awful moment didat thon find "Hire light " than fell upon thy earthly visionf Was the Great Idea to thy aentt made clear? The aolema secrel of the veiled Elyisian gay, were they whirred in thy cl-inj ear? Light! more light alill! " it was thy last, last prayer! And oh! how atrovr thy attaining, dying eyes, To aierce the far, Impenetrable sties, And read the mighty mystery wriuen there! Alas to ns, poor dwellers In the clay, Are given but glimpses of the Land of Day! II. SCHILLER. "Keep true to the dream of thy youth." Thy dream of foalb! ahi no! it ne'er forsook Ihee, .- The worahiped Ideal of thy boyhood's time ; Still pure and beautiful as when it took thee To cross the Holy Land of Truth sublime! So earnest thy belief lo later age The vision of ihy childhood stayed to bles...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1850

rchants and Shipp. nared In .... . . suliU i Molasses, all the i, at the unest no. re regular and prompt opened uds, hare Mr. F. W. Thorn Williams & Co wh" receive orders and H & ROBINSON. t SALE BY THE ongee nai ls, aewb. hie aad blacc It.j Irish linens, hosier. soda crackers, blarl cassia, glue, casks pj. f. prime pork, chewio. mills, asTd sues iron shovels, cultivator. ur, chain cables, Urge 't oflieJlow ware, con. s. -raJales, &e., fce.- pat. gate hmes and ails and spikes, copper cloth?, water filter Joe's irons and shear, argris, chrome yellow 's turpentine, blk pais' varnish, boxes of a-i 12x14 12x1512x18 iiars. willow baskets, i. EVERETT & CO. 11-tf t NONA NA INOA ua Honolnln net, ma ke oa ike pono snakoa bahn hao i banaia it T ke a hi wela loa, i ke. a nei makou, 4 aa we. e i w ela ike na palapi. e aa ana o ae anu L flSIGNED, RESr ving, at the request e Co;, witnessed one of rot Liverpool, 1 pa oeed to tVte effects of a ce of one hour, do here- id Fire Resist...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1850

116 of yesterday week, from which we extract those parts which are likely to lie of the greatest pub lic utility. After staling that the Lest medical experience has established that cholera is . v. the ordinary acceptation of the onl)cnS' and that there are always premonitory y p toms which give warning of it PP'" ,n e for the employment of means capable of arrest ing its orosres. the notification goes on to say i . ...u- ..-.iJaiinsin caust-s ot cholera mai -we nun i ...... II. I - .1. ,.r ..... inns 1 'CHUM'S Ul iiiwicini are damp, moisture, filth, aiiunui ami vegt-i.iui.: e f ......tnn.'ititii nriil ill crn . matters in a state oi iirwiniwa........ ... oral, whatever produces atmospheric impurity; all of which have the effect of lowering the health and vigor of the system, and of increas ing the . uaceptibility to ..disease, particularly among the youns, the aged, and the feeble. The aftacks'of cholera are uniformly found to lie most frequent and virulent in low-lying districts, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1850

JUL nch is liable to cor.fi an.l which .0f,fis- housand nmm.i. e( li the nfTicor .-.' and it r. -iiiiuiii, 38 It price than the ar uritiiii.. . i Can articfe r I . ri tirrhi-..-.: fa su,itu,eprovijJ f linn rf tte it miu VI UICII Kilter "te i. '" n- !f "'-'"isiuei ....... . I . n . !rU I-4U.14IJT Ul . IBIS : usiom house o; r .- Suh: oi iMMii" confer i. i 'fixated U uigu premium setup. written to theoivnrr. i k, to be called aft. lnot furnish thetn witi uicbtoinakeafiur. ik.iisoi ner iq ejj pes is f un nangIn : another belonging resses a hope thatthe re bead an allegoric generous chivalry of l her liehalf t will be found belw ongre&j in the United itic Appropriation bi r a Custom House at izing an appropriate lopital at San Fran- it and Assaying Office :ie enate. ost Office Arfppropri. semi-monttiiy mail ca establish certain post d the Senate. rizing the appointmeut power to contract with the immediate -use of Senate. -Of Mortterey, Benicia cmon pons oi , entry, nate, granting 500...

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