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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 30 November 1850

116 Che (Olio. THE BONO OF NIGHT. rOM TUB mCKtOCE- 1 come, I come from the land of dreams, And shadows I throw on ihe daj"s last beams, I come at the geutle twflieht hoar. And softly close the bright-leafed flower. I steal from I be lake and winding stream. The silvery slow of the tun's last glean ; I breathe on the crest of the glorious cloud. And its gilded head is in dimness bowed. The fleecy foam of the ocean ware, As the sandy shore Its waters lave, Bat sparkles dim, as sea and land Are cnrtainM by my sable band. On the violet's breast, on the beechea tree, I fold the wing of the murmuring bee I check the bonnd of the graceful faws, And his bright eyes close till the opening dawn. The liquid notes of the woodland bird At my approach are faintly heard ; - As sinking twain the dark green leaves, Her parting song she sweetly breathes. My finger still on the infant I lay, And close his bis in the midst of play ; And I gently steal on the maiden fair, As she softly murai tin her eve...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1850

iTOES ! ! We um Iercba.t..n Shi,-! eparea to appl, ids, at th shortest a. pore regular and fiends, we bare op ITH & ROBINSON. SALE BY THP seio blue and black bru s, Irish linens, nosier, d soda crackers, blact , cassia, glue, casks p ef, prime pork. ebe. n mills, as'd sizes boa d shovels, cultivator! oar, chain caWes, ltrJ s't of hollow ware.eoa. ins, griddles, ke., rt. nails and spikes, cot e cloths, water fiiteren jailor's irons and shean rrdieris. chrome Telia.' It's turpentine, blk paint Tarnisn, wui or rau 12x14 12xl512xn k bars, willow baskets, H.YEKE.T1 K CO. 11-tf NONA NA INOA ma Honolnlu neitmak haa, as ike pono rnakai pahu bao i banaia ia T aa ke ahi wela loa, i k. kn nei makou, i ka . ble i wela ike na palap. ke aa ana o ae a hi. fj, RSIGNED. RESI aving, at the request s Co., witnessed one f Lis (of Liverpool.) posed to the effects of kce of one boor, do here. id Fire Resisting Safe I ters and papers that kii r to the ore in an excel- da & Co., R. W. 'Wsol, Dr. . ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1850

UJl I 1 1 I 10 118 our own railway tunneling, and the Britan : ..!,. ,in l.ii.Ifre. en?irieerin2 difficulties obsolete. Are the levels of the Pacific and the Gulf of Mexico, which should be joined, so different, that if one were admitted the fall would inundate the surrounding country? Not at all. Hear Humboldt on these poiuts. Forty years ago he declared it to be his firm opinion that "the Isthmus of Panama is suited to the formation of an oceanic canal one with fewer sluices than the Caledonian Canal capable of affording an unimpeded passage, at all seasons of the year, to ves sels of that class which sail between New York and Liverpool, and between Chili and California." In the recent edition of his "Views of Nature," he "sees no reason to alter the views he has always entertained on this subject." Engineers, both British and American, have confirmed this opinion by actual survey. As, then, combination of British skill, capital, and energy, with that of the most "go-ahead" people...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1850

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1850. 119 V . 1 . any are ' Island "'Ivertisi,, One t,i,5 hat of 1112 0Ut . ;igricul Put 55 ct for fii e years; lhe mlerof a. f-'rnis which PO.tSesl 1 tain nu .1 create ersons ire like y tobecoi... ii;ilita "ts. it u fatiii iHes would be with new to tet. Would I..-: i lio iff of a wholly u. ' ,now. Ix-oufit into u lv the macie ,. tor. The wires ex! iitl, fine mile frotn iles south-west fr0 t.cn the points i i,... iMK-aqualiiess of bot miles of vt ire. Ti, xtcnded line of SUo commencement of i'liing, and vvillcuj. kcptical that the At. tamed lightning. Messrs. Fernald tk, id, have commenced er sbip, to le cllej intended to he built ber owners to make The length of her out 220 feet; width, -urement IGOOtong ! - measurement." She r ever built in tjje :ied by Messrs. D. &. w York. 3K!h Ambassador despatch dated at ves the following ac- ch took place at the Uoner was presented Mr. ebster lieing ailed for Aniin Bey, Housi'. The C&bU were prese...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 December 1850

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1850. 120 She (Olio. For the Polynesian. THE NATIVE GIRL'S COMPLAINT TO A MISS OF THE WHITE RACE. Oh, why doit Ihon my coming greet With look so cold, with brow severe ? Why ean'at thou not In kindness meet The heart that holds lb.ee truly dear f Why turn away with pride so deep, As if to me H were shame to speak f Why bid thy Hps the welcome keep, Nor give it voice to glad my cheek ' The olive tint t is true is mine, The hue of race, by Nature giv'a i But is my soul less fair than thine ? Aud smiles there not for me a hcsr'n f Did God, who formed us both of clay, And shaped as in one common mould, Deuy to me one mental ray. Or love of good from me wlttokl f What thongs my hue declare the blood, The Indian blood which fills my veins j Goes not my race beyond the flood. Like thine, whose pride my love disdains ? Then let the Native's 'plaint be heard, And I urn no more in scorn away ; Peem not too good the kindly word. She fain would teach thy li...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1850

uu scribcrs would liTTl public, that the!M tand of C Xtr ' "i t VIM.. 1 he sivle of i wii iciPoniDi terms . 7 kntion paid t- the U.H " m-,-t i R. A. S. WOOD nd for sale h : do do 1-2 ink 00 M pine palingsl u"r P,ne ins, nhs ; fence posts 6 a quantity of timber Hallelt: i Wr" rd.S 16,000 ft paned M lath. :les, lO M do pie do m Eaweutpine do. T j i?ruce r',cket. lear do r.o. 0,000 2 in. spruce ritol ; da 2 do. 22 n i . Jo, 27 do 4 do, fl, iriety of building m,,. L . . lH ibsoruneni ever ottered J on reasonaoie lernta OR SALE BYTHH M poncee hdk'fs. seJ l LI 1 I 1. T7 v vikk; iiiu uiai, urn-. 'ft-, Irish linens, hosier nd soda crackers. M.l- i s, cassia, glue, casks pJ cci, i'iiuic pers, Cbewii,. rn mills, asd sizes bo nd shovels. cu!thr.t tiour. chain cahh i...l as't of hollow w-I ..fl ans. ffriddles. & fc..1 Pu ee hinges aJ ana rke,cop .lur water DJtewtj, lor VMU an4 ok. ai erd aigns, chrome yellow. 8 turrwmf inn kllr n.:.. 7 . r- arnisn, boxes or vis. - ruu, 2114 12x15 19ria wDar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1850

122 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 14, 1850. Protector or Peru. In the "Panonieno" of the 13th of October, it is stated that General -Don Jose de San Martin died in August last, at Balogna, iu the 7-2d year of his age. He was a native of one of the Provinces of Buenos Ay res, but previous to the war of independence, passed over to Spain, whore he entered into the army, and distinguished himself atthe Battle-of Baylen. In the Spanish army, be rose to the rank of. Lieutenant Colonel. After his native country, Buenos Ayres, bad declared itself independent of the mother country, be returned from Spain, -and fought with great bravery, against Artigas, and in other military contests. He thereby gained so much reputation with bis countrymen that when an expedition to liberate Chile was determined upon, be was the chief chosen to or ganize and command it. He fulfilled that trust, iu an admirable . manner, at Mendoza -carried his small army successfully across the Andes, through an able ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1850

By the Panan t., it appears that ru- exation o the UniM obcr last that the lo. i able ! oodied men t racks at nirhr Tt. ' was accused of p,. representation! thai IJ not or would 0ot roperty of the inhabi 'eneral Don Jose D'-ovement;- Echo ot the ak poo these charge, a, a. . i ised tae wtitttrno-. gainst beineaaaaa. Panameno (publib the ibiftg V estimation vr a -ofe Is a long lMt of CopihW iterchants of the citr assurance of support, in Panama id evident ellency the Governor,, jrpubtishes, and which fie list of grievance vernment, which the ned n ben they had ao ither in Panama nor or insurrection to be hanU, whose heads, lisappenr in the vor ever, that 6ucb men, uld cry out for protec ir names appear under which was published. 3J. se who have proposed' pt, comprises 56 firms. id weight in Panama. lorn. . '. py to learn that the en. regory Express has his efficient organiza as appointed Messrs. s agents here. Mr. Jl from San Francisco, of the company here, th Mr. M. we are of on coul...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 December 1850

JUL dJJtt I. M W I. . THE POL, YNESIA SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14,' 1850; ; 124 She lio. The following b-mulifui line, ayi lie Mirror, have beea ent to u, la nuixcrlpt. by a. friend of the lamented poet , aud, aa they will only add another leaf to the ever green lame of the author of " My life U like a aninmer Boee," we do net heaitaie to five them publicity: ON MV B IK Til DAT. r iii rhd henry wn.nr. Another of my waited yeara hat f one. And brought me nearer nothing but the grave , And thua they wax and wane, and, one by one, Leave aa they found me Melancholy! alave ! Each stamps its wrinkles deeper on my brow Each sheds its frost upon my scattered hairj And those who knew me once, and see me now, Speak of ane as among " the thing that were." I've watched through night, till dawn, the lingering sun " It is my fortieth sun at length appears, And seems to question mn-''What hast thoa done Through this long waste of miserable years t - Ere his eighth lustre gallant Surrey died, But dying, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1850

cribers would io.f2" Public, thst K- T1' and Af T W it L r on the carpenter Iff J i style of Brandon I rrl . .11 .: . I kn reasonable term, JT lotion Da id in V- it r WM. BRANDON . WA. . nd for sale u ; do do 1-2 inch. cedar and pme shinefe. ths ; fence posts, a quantity of timber Hallett : rds, 16,600 ft planed d 11,700 No 3 plank, m iatn, i les, 10 M do pin. a- Kl sawed pine do, ' ' o, Z M spruce picket, lear do do. p,000 2 in. spruce pU 'u oat oo, viz : do 2 do, 33 do 3 1-2 do" Jo, 27 do 4 do, . iriety of building rnate. ssortment ever offered u r on reasonable terms. PR SALE BY THE pongee hdk'fs, sewn b bloe and black brou fs, Irish linens, hoeierr - I 1- I LI .V j s, cassia, glue, casks j. eei, prime pars., cnewin. rn mills, as'd sizes L-tm nd shovels f cultivators :loar, chain cables, larw -' r lh 6 ans, griddles, &c, f, Pt. gate binges and . nails and tpikes, Conner ng cloths, water filterere tailors irons and she an, eroigns, enrctne yellow, pt's turpentine, blk paint, 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1850

! 126 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1850. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 21, 1950. ITmodireJ from the Mercirio of Valparaiso, oflhe 12lU Sepl Communication by Steam between England and the Pacific, by way of Panama. " Brief ac count of the changes which the Royal West India Mail Steam Company are aliout to in troduce in the courses which their vessels are to run. The British Government has renewed the fifteen-years contract vvi th the West India Royal Mail Company, fur a further period often years, from the 1st of January 1850. It has, more over, contracted vith the company for the monthly conveyance of the correspondence be tween Southampton, Brazil and Buenos Jlyret, touching in several other Ports. .This last ar rangement will probably take effect, on the 1st of January 1851, and will also last for ten years. "The Pacific Mails will be conveyed, hence forward, between Southampton and. Cfrgsrres. in the following manner: t A Steamer will sail, from Southampton, on the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1850

-Intljoritn. (nolulu. op- u ,Ile , me united Static establish man .1 Ie Whereas, th- J, Lire greater rp.-i: "0 between HaI y WHE.r.t. rr,u'u cannot be perfn .7 eration: H,rl to all nhn. :. It hthe advi,: "rmay i . 1 our ouncil, and in con t opinion of iho ... It and decree, (su,,: fo lllows? 'i bed a Post Office e bein. th P..t.. ie r- ''119 ie I he Post Offi-T- ns and remunpra.:.' tenor may see fit l0 n the day of pnhlici. ne louowmg rates of n, natnelv: jile letter not exceed ior or re. , and on narkets nr -VI flits for everv aM;.: s on each newspqper, mr, or iner printed t), protided it shall to reciprocate, p0tt Two and a half rt. phlets. anileri. tii;iclra Sin? Mails frornSan iern at the I'ost Office Iroin the Postmaster . namelv: f, One cent on each md the receipt of the ucher to the Pistinag- -n ot ins receipts, f the Postmaster, ott ci in tne outer rnxl. hoard, to send off to fii.'iil on shnra ;.L . V IIQ ud it shall be lawful mat purpose when all vessels anrfm vra TJ, viiiT...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 December 1850

u 128 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1850. She Ho. MIND. Bt William Liooitt. l et otlier praise the hue 1 hm manilrs on thy free, Tby - e ft heavenly b,oei AnJ mi iu of l'nultle grace: T!iee clirm I IWely own, Bui (till a higher find ; Twill lat hen beauty' flon Thy n:ichlrg cburm of mind. The Uamp of ydaea niay qot-nch The brislitnea of thine eye ! Time' icy hnnd may blanch Thy cheek'a venmllinn dye , Thy form may loe its grace, Thy oice in sweet control ; But ranght can er efface The beautiri Of ihy soul What' beauty but a flower That bloom in summer' my ; When iour the wintry nhowt-r. It charms will fade away ; Tbe mind' rich perfume, The winter cannot bill ; The flower may lose iu bloom, Bui fragrance lingers still. S:ars gem the vault Of beuvt-n When day' last hues decline ; As darker grows the CTen, With brighter ray they bine : Thus iu the Liilil of years, When youth' gay light is o'er, Mori bright the soul nppears Tha e'er it shone before. The haves, when autumn LluM...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1850

5 ' V bribers would inf0 public, that theT on the carpenter etvle of Br. red at all tim. in reasonable term, V lition paid to th T?nI. R. A. S. VOOD. d for sa'e ; do d 0 1.2 inch. pine palings. fr.nd pme shing,e, hr ; fence posts. ' 'juantitT of timk.- tlallett : rds , 16,600 ft planed do 700 No 3 clank ''.1. M lath. ' .les, 10 M do pine da i ei cu pine ao, a, 2 M spruce picket lear do do, ' J,000 2 in. spruce plan 0 oak do, viz : ' do 2 do, 33 do 3 1.2 d Jo, 27 do 4 do. irietv of bnildmr ... ssortment ever offered in r on reasonable terms. OR SALE BY THE pongee hdk'fs, sew. blue and black brold s, Irish linens, hosierr 1 soda crackers,black'. , cassia, clue, cask. eef, prime pork, chewin. m IT) i 1 B flcM 1 iroa nd shovels, cultivators lour, chain cables, larg s't of hollow ware.rniL ns, griddles, &c, &C; , pat. gate binges ted nails and spikes, copper g cloths, water filterert, ailor's irons and shem ;erdigris, chrome yello. pt . s turpentine, bile paint, varmn, boxes ol w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1850

JUL 130 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, DECEMBER 23, 1350. lFro.ii the A!t Cmlifurnia Nor. 30th The Fresch Sloop of War Seriecse sailed from this port on Thursday, for the Sandwich Islands. She has on board Mom. Perrin, a French Consul of the first class, who, ns wc learn from the Picayune, proceeds to the Islands by this conveyance, in order to effect a definite settlement of the difficulties under which the good relations between the French government , , , , . . . ,. . P ... , ,, fnd those exercising the authorities of those i ,cnded the "'hah.tants of this group during he Islands were disturbed about a year since. . j Pa year. Health and prosperity have been be lt will be in the recollection of most persons stowed with a liberal hand; and war, pestilence in this community, that immediately after the; anj ramme have not been permitted to do their rupture took place, a special embassy, consisting ,,.. of Dr. Judd and two young chief; were sent work ol destruction. forward from the Islan...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1850

JUL To the WorIll, ii -.1.1 . nu u.m mucn to the . 1 Cnlmiioa .- r fc-nen of native cm... Oeelong Intelli ?nCer ecimens of red , green carbonate ..' " in the merer,-.!. .'N nilandihefirj r.ine at Karfeult. "."' 1.. . .. . f , ..... It t iseeralca.aof r.ttifit d specimens ;n rest l.y tnirlish '7 "r"'neral "l' m". auracted t0 ot some f the inan ity, or even fifty tw hly obtained if t w-r' try to incur a vastf,U;. a masses unnroken I, enced or distant reach. us i ore at tne Hun iiplate methodically in-en uescrimng. Vt a-nh ol fifteen fathom; i, tint atNive and lie)o . .. f.. . I. I l -lUMIIIIII IfVl'l?, U u ov let the reader iir J six-fret section, or i fathom slice of or-. e, ntui, iy a simple eai nt--, ue would tind ,j,aj ; yams tor each fathoi iot attejnpt to throw j cient to state that tb iverage value, at th. ing delivered to thJ for minine and raising ton. After hearin J itr hi meir tnarvellou per cent, per quarter. ! i -t - "ei 5 admirable specimen t, barley, and oats, and npany...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 December 1850

132 She lio. SOXXET8 ON THE DEAD. K . the f,.llowiU2 ncnneln, n-ora the N. Y. Commercial i..,., Thrv are bv the author of u Proverbial Philos- oi.hv." ihe two former being, we believe, now fimt pnbliAed at Ihe request of personal inena 01 me amuur, ujr -uura they hare been communicated. SIR BOCEBT TEEL. Struck down at noon, amid the atarlleJ throng, . , " Aa eagle shot while soaring to the tun, A wounded gladiator, dying strong, Aa loath to leave the glories he bad won. A life-long patriot ith bis work half done Of thee, great statesman, shall my mourning song, Arise in dread solemnity of thee, Whom tbe whole world so lately and to long Th'me scolyte, would crowd to hear and ace, Their intellectual Athlete, their high name For eloquence and prudence, gifts and powers. , But lo ! that star-Iikeoul, a hcaveuly flame, Is well enfranchised from this earth of ours, Translated in Ihe eiiinth of its fame. THE DUKE OF CAMBRIDGE. Another of thy chiefs, O Israel ! Cone to a good man's rest an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1851

ML n I I bribers would infoL and of c WTncT' on the carpenter JJ Wed at all times to .,7 in reasonable terms lit ion paid to the Und, W R. . A. S. Worm " d for sale do do 1-2 inch 0 M pine palings. ur ana pine shingle, : fence nna L quantity of timber Hal .lien 16,600 ft planed do 00 No 3 ulank ' 1.- lath. ' !S. 10 M do tinm J. sawed pine do, . 2 M snrur niL.. 1 j y r bi, !ear do do. ,000 2 in. spruce plln I oak do, viz : lo 2 do, 33 do 3 1-2 4. , 27 do 4 do, riety of building mate. sortmcnt ever ode red it on reasonable term. m SALE BY THE pongee hdk'fs, .bjj blue and black brj fs, Irish linens, hosier id soda crackers, black. , cassia, glue, casks pi. fit. nrime norlt I I " m n mills, as'd sizea im. id shovels, cuhivaton our, chain cables, large is't of hollow ware.coa- ms, griddles, &c, &t; pat. gate binges and nails and spikes, conn.. Z cloths, water fillerei?, uior s irons and Shears, raigns, chrome yellow, ts turpentine, blk paint) varnish, boxes of win! I 12x14 12x151...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1851

UN 134 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1851. Tab Staghocxd. The California and China Ttade. Messrs. George B. Upton, and Sampson and Tappan, have contracted with Mr. D. McKay, to build for them a clip per ship of 1-200 tons, to outsail any vessel belonging to the United States or elsewhere. Speed and sound materials are the only re quirements demanded of the builder. The model is left entirely to his own judgment : if good, or otherwise, he will be alone res ponsible for it. Wo have examined it with considerable attention, and have no hesita tion in saying that it i one of the most beau tiful we ever saw and we have seen all the leading clippers that sail out of the United States. The Staghound is designed to-be ISO feet long on the keel, 185 on deck,- be tween perpendiculars; to have 33 fV breadth of beam, 21 feet depth of hold, 20 in. dead rise at half floor, 2J feet sheer, and 6 inches swell, or rounding of sides. As may be seen " by the above dimensions, she will only have ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 January 1851

t G SERMON s's Chapel, Hoko. 30. Bt Ret. S. c. LAIS. i are fallen am. . dly heritage. . I, we are jtssoinl,l.i e with Ike frequeWof h. As the ChW k he has seal forth tmg the people of tiieir several t,UCP. kmtitiuauce of God', hrst or all, to rervl.. Go.!, the Father of an ii ntil spiritual Llesg. these Islands hav r now ((rawing to a drawn motives for rise thanksgiving our y motives). Vhar, vesy or incentive to J influence our soulj r lives, health, and thanksgiving t God. i from our Heafenlj n amid so many dan- alls for an ever fresh long as life is pro- mvers continued iQ ighly favored as can state of existence, ion is prolonged, and opportunity to close e gospel, and accept In this connection it e blessing of health. ng to a close, health e, has been the fa- vellers upon thee is- at walketb io . dark on that wasteth t I our shores. Those pave occurred, have of the sear leaf from p leaves fall, hut the eshness: so with the inity. Occasionally urney bids us adieu, I as an event wh...

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