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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 9 January 1841

IAN JLLd publisiihd whhklv, at iioxomjlu, oahu, sandwich islands. J. JAltVIN, FAUm. SATURDAY, JANUARY , 1811. Vol. 1. No. 31. COM M U.N I C AT V. t. ( 'oik ii.di'il Imni v, 't I !(. Yirnitive ot .Missionary imtorpre in th domued bv his church: ly these arrange- (U et. lui there is not llio slightest pros-, will state that iIk- number w1n Imyc al ments. the missionary raised ;i church of pi'ft of productive industry with the pics-' ready taken the total nbstmcncAJ pledge is p' numerical siren-;!,, but diliWing. much ; ent people. In speaking also ol ll.e ship-, staicu io iw one immon, unci fH'minnni !v ring which anchored at Hie Hands ot Ta- well acquainted with me uisn cimracier . i... I..... , . ...... l.. ...... .... i...... ... 'I'll' ' ' . . .. i 1 I ft i 1 1 I 1 1 i .'f ii i f 1 1 1 i'i i I I I n 11 II II I." "I II I I I MVl I V i I rl Id Tin! K! il slilc il flu; I -I tin I- ' ' ' i" " " ' " " j , ,. Ii 1 WO'. JIIISWIT II) Tii! (! Slulc l III,- I 1 ( I - ! " .'I ... , i , i I ....

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 9 January 1841

10 T II E P 0 L V N ES I A N. Jam- THE POLYNESIAN. S AT U U 7) A J AX. lV, Hli. It will be. worth our attention to take a view, of those islands which arc w holly with out missionary inilucnrc, hut partially under that of foreigners. Their condition will go far to refute or confirm the assertions which we have before made, A few teachers of t lie Methodist persuasion have settled at the Fiji group; as their labors, though indefati gable in their cause, cannot be said to have ing fact, which was related tu us by the inastsr ofthe vessel, who has had much ex perience with the South Sea tribes. Net long alter the catastrophe above mentioned, he sailed for the some group. Upon making jlhem, his vessel wits surrounded with canoes filled with warriors, who immediately com- 'menced an attack. A few balls were then tired through several of their canoes, which sunk them, and the crews of the remainder .made for the shore, in great trepidation. The succeeding day they came alongside, .but in ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 9 January 1841

1311. T II E P 0 L V N i; S I A N . 123 i .! iVom society, uiid . hfiiii? a lad He conceded hmienlf na woll na i, ..i.i I ti i. i. 1. : t.. o . . i.:.. i i. iu.i.. imm liny "i'"" ' .ii i i "- it, iiu muiu, j. out ii ui iicutii iuii. sii iiiutn iiii;ii irtitiiiu. J , nil. ii ij o usi-uu a luuuuy , jutuimmiis, T . . 11.. I iLf.ntnlf lilllii! ImJ fliMlat fl tllwl I. twin l l . I... ... I i t 1 .. ..I -m .. V i . iMunilu una Lanton. nriiin n exalting, that our i rief i. for the time, for- 'gotten And could one, who had seen Ar- ' t'ioii"litful, dreamy mind, liad made a and hade Thomas hasten on. 'r( t himself. His thoughts and feeling j As tliey drew near the house, the night I ..... itxti.nl III nlill,.lt ICttJ nl...tl... I I . . . . . - a a i.re !' m:iii hi ii, inai, ni Rnmwu rooming in ami iiuTO wus u mclan- tliur u few hours before, now have looked i Tahiti and alparaiso. xi own li'Miie, men; iuu buhiu uyuu mt,y gusty sound in tlie trees. Arthur stra iiio notion in his brain, concer...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 9 January 1841

124 T1IK POLYNESIAN. Jam- A I f; .... . i I- J finnrtrr cask t if Strilv M iiilrim . i.in Claret. III harms ininruiulv ,,h . i i ;n. i ... noxes nyuijis, nai savanna ana Mravli 1 hale Filberts. '20 hocs Olives h i. l2 casks Currants. I h!,,l ii l or tiio I'i'h in-'iiui. ti ici;irr.-s o the m.v vkai:. 'Tis joy to me to sec the newdiorn year Break in upon t lie did. The flight of time, As his successive period advance, Bri.igs no dismay to inc. I lis rapid wing, But draws me nearer to celestial joys ! How is it then, With him who sailsto climes and realm afar? With saddened mein, lie gazes listlessly upon the deep, As it lies calm and motionless. With restless eve. he scrutinize J, The languid sea and wishes lor a breeze! The Mapping canvass eager-at delay, Spreads iu extended arms to woo I he. wind. But bootless all, no over-anxious care, No gentle wooing no wish to be away, Can rullle up the deep w ith favoring gale. Hut dillerent far, When the increasing breeze propitious blows. He...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 January 1841

TIE IAN PU BLISII El) WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, S A N I) V I C H I 3 LANDS. J. JAItVES, Edilor. SATURDAY, JANUARY 1(5, 18-11. Vol. 1. IVo. 33. P CI YW UK! firi mo 'i'. it ill!: ai,.' ii-n cn. O TcJ sin- ipe: I ,.rn toe lH -'alt' isei: :V 1 1 I Ian up ) I iliff :lai: 0 up of fill: hi a:' t'ro:,! thcjtloston MuiTimtilu Jo'imil. in mi'ci.'v trim ivi' -! f J TAIN AM) A MM.ITAKY O! Tl T.U. '?Vt!hijw somkj of my readers may have tnl of the story of the duel between 'a Captain Lovett of New Bedford and $ KnudifSi officer in Demerara. It has i n variously related, but the only true 'Lion is as follows: ' Tuptaiu Zechariah Lovett, after having 1 -formed several whaling voyages to the rific. found himself in command of a " ill ) belonging to New York, on a uge to Demerara. He was a worthy in and a good specimen of a Yankee lor. His heart was full of the milk of man kind jess, but he possessed a noble irit, and would neither give nor take an Tilt. While his little brig Cindcrc 11a lay at i l...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 January 1841

T II K P 0 L V N E S I A N. Mr 120 S''nt yourselves to be. I could enrel name any list of hooks, or of authors, which I could recommend sis ci'i;illy wor thy of atfentiou to you nil. Tiie. first, ami almost the only bonk, deserving such universal recommendation, is the hiiji.k and, in rccoinmendinir that, I fear that some of you will think I am pi'iTormiu:' a superfluous, and others a very unnecessa ry, office yet such is my dclibeiato opin ion. The liible is the hook, of all others, to he read at nil ages, and in all conditions of liumiii life ; not to he read once or twice or thrice through, and then to he laid aside, hut to he read in small por tions of one or two chapters, every day. and never to he intermitted, unless hy some overruling necessity. The attentive and repeated perusal of the Hihle, in small portions every day, leads the mind to hahitual meditation up on suhjects of the highest interest to the welfare of the individual in this world, as well as to prepare him for t...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 January 1841

T II E P 0 L V N K S I A N . 127 tlin r.mneror Midi Mahomed. sh bv hi orders, removed to tlic impo- j . i i.. ...... ill! ,tj palace, uim ct;r iiiuuccuieiii iicmi I - llllll'!l.f tl... f .l (ith and to accede to tin; Emperor's dc- ... of making ,lur ,,,s "lie. v iicmcr 11 IS)V persuasion, or iroin conviction mat e "... .... ... iri-fviif!ili1r ileeirleil lirr v:iri. ' i i ..i... i.,. rim scruples wen; mutcoiuu, ami miu lie l " i '.. f..r. T..t ...I .....I ...I. l!llf tUC W lie Ui i'iuii .'laiomnjti, aim run- pqucn'ly mother of two sons, who t rirc the names the eldest of Midi Ismael, Ai tlic younger ol M tilt 3laiiomed. Mie the 'most favored of her imperial Ims t jud's wives, for he had many besides: ful the nuniher must have been irreat, fi I have heard both from Mr. Clark and ' c Romans, who were at one time cs ' hlished as merchants in Morocco, that ic Ktnpeior Mnli Mahomed actually irmed a regiment composed entirely of s own sons, to the number of 5-23, most ' them being; blacks...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 16 January 1841

128 Till: POLYNESIAN. Jam: ART, POETB.T. From thn Laurvl. AMERICA TO (iUKAT IJIMTAIN. BV WAIIIN(i TON A I.I.HTON, All hail! thou nll; land, Our lathers' native soil! O stretch thy mighty hand, Ciguutic grown hy toil, O'er thu vast Atlantic wave to our shore: For thou, with mngic might, Canst reach to where the light Of Pha'hus travels bright The world o'er! The Genius of our clime, From his pine-embattled steep, Shall hail the great sublime; While the Tritons of the deep With the conch the kindred league shall pro Then let the world combine claim. O'er the main our naval line, Like the milky way, shall shine Uright in fame! Though ages long have passed Since our fathers left their home, Thnr pilot in the blast, O'er untravelled seas to roam. Yet lives the blood of Kngland in our veins! And shall we not proclaim That blood of honest fame, Which no tyranny can tame Ry its chains? While the language, free and bold, ill v.i ti.v iii i it 't i t wii nuiii In which our Milton told How the...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 January 1841

POL YE hi SIAN PU IJLISII HI) WKKKLV, AT HONOLULU, OAilU, S A N I) W I C II ISLANDS. j. JAUVKS, FJ'dor. SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1841. V5. 1. IYo. I I'loin ti-c r;,sict. j tip mv quarters at the villas; inn. It may KISSlNi; ONl'S COUSIN. ! bo the good oil man could see furtlu'r WVll.'sir but here's to us bolh from ,!),,,,, , only smiled and shook his ,:lt time lortli it became the great object head, and left the expostulation to his i' my life to cllect that winch l had taneU , u lie. So it happened that my visit was f ,:i my youth ; and which my loving j nearly up. Happy, too happy" had heen t(; cousin so provoking!)' persisted in j those months, and my pretty little cousin Rising. Why. sir, we were cousins ' ,;,d been the cause of it all." She, sweet ptav, what was there improper in it ? I juim l. like all the test, charged it to eous- kesiiles, hatl'iit I heen absent five years inship !ut I at last, began to open mv Jr more, and now, when I returned atid : eyes, and half suspected th...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 January 1841

Ml 1 130 T i I JO P 0 L V X K S I A N . Jam J for awn's sake mm uucxoccii-d dil -turna liv a Iiu-Uv ' sn t.-tfd tt hcm? tliut t!ie-y belonged to no bro-' agony mid hope defert d, lay b,.f,.(, ,( thouv.ht, And who felt that his credit was ' hank, and then deposited in his breeches extent of w hid. it would have 1, en , c r pocket, d not impossible, lor hun then In I,. secure even from a momentary breath ot I tf , , . . , . . ,'. ., , . ' 10 "l or lit aven s sake, lie quick, man! I seen; I oiled in the search, the din. s.isj kmoi. Nelune.ed he kit generous won lol luvl, tho cw'0 hrll,ru WlA the bank sent oim of their body,,,,, .nut, to be as wed ;is j.da.l, and determined that it ,,,.. i;? .;ir lin, dollars!" exclaimed with Amos; to oiler him a large s,un : should be a rash transaction. lttv merchant, ney and a guarantee fr m further I I . t ' mnoli u Ifi ti'ic A mrw k"iil I ,.t.i t. .i a i t , , il hk umhI.I I...... i . . i " What followed: tell as?" " What " Yes r" "Why, a Mrs. Jcic...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 January 1841

U. t u : vol v n i:s i a n. 131 tIJ Milt, lor. in.. !fr. Hi.. H llll rue. He tii. Ti i'i'i It. mil 'V(T lit I'hf. trial icq ml t, , ki ;IkH eh' ire i,ir; mi Ion- br. true- ti;1 ;h J t T! i J it i' iera nd nip ,. (! u iVl'C If i i of nil IVI' re? Itil: . 01 i '1 V1H lll'r d1 a; 1 tti ti 'ilicr.i did not hesitate to declare that at I llM,.r the charge could nut Ik; legally r illait home, they had no 1uUt whatever , M jrti tit. This opinion was ta'eu up and i iirMti-i', niitil thousands who wore too I . . it t'flitaif iiffiti, till) wturi itfirr a'.itlt W' ' ill , ,1 iliat Amos win a ri'iio, Mow siioum 3,,. iitacter of a oor man hold out against (li li'.iciaU; slanders of s many rich ones. I T l Continued. Til K POLYNESIAN. SATIJIIDAV, JA. 1, IHtl. In former numbers wo have attempted to 1... 1 It ll . . II tt ft i.C I . il I I ir I M t'fcJ llllllll JP(IV I Hill HIU mini' iiv, vii him "p,"' ii"'ii ( South Sea Islandsus a whole, has been jcciik'dk beneficial. W u lust depicted ;,at would...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 23 January 1841

y ; " Ki i J I llll III l.l. U nail ! 1;j.2 T ii i: PC) L V N i:s 1 A X . Jm, r-' ! , ; . 'U Have i hand and for sale on reason- j , ilitVi. fot. J I, l ; a ca ' vari y ofmereha,,: American, and Cd,ina Coods . wluci. , j ,0 boxes llm IV,, &&V . ;. i i;h(, ir.av In' found the toliowin-, U. , gm& 10 boxes Hyson Skin. , &AhM :' , i(l,:5i,lnC,,Hl,! T;v r(mP, Broun, Blue, Whitf, Cotton and Lin- 15 do.. Itusphcrry Wine. 1:X: vf4 ! (.n OOl.S. ea J)rili;. CoUon Hdkls. lllark. Blue, IS" Stoughton's Klixct. L Silk, Cambrics, (.uiiTliains, . , , . , Cotton Thread. 10 Lemon Syrup. tj :r .V Driilimrs, Tick in us, ()s unburn lis, " d 1 1 'l,,c " 1 , r 1200 Ohia Rafter ' 4 !' miV- ' J(.nno, Chem-i!lo, Thibet and Cot- ""J 'j5 ldl ; l ' ' L"' 6 M. ft. Koa Lumber II t". l! ton Shnwis.-Silk, Meiino, and Cot- tuns, d.I.erent widths , m I litu ; A- 2- AL Koil shingly l.JIIin'0'M-orNTIi...r ' ' Handkls-Tmcau Bonnets-Silk. ''"'. J,l' ( 1 l . ' September BMO. tf J.l). 'A , J ,v jS.Hiii, Vel...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 January 1841

PCI AN M2A . mn. wiiwi m mjiii win mum vimiiuamKmammmmwrmmmLwmmm PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, SANDWICH ISLANDS jij. JAItVES, Editor. SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 1841. Vol. 1. No. 3-1. IVoiii Unit ley's Miscellany for March, 1 !. Till: I.OiKS.MITII OP l'SIILlr.l.l'lllA. (Vichuleil from i;io .n)S rejoiced in his acquittal as otio wlm li that the jury had performed u solemn "itv fail ltill V , and who was glad to li in! that Ypcrsonal experience hail strengthened, ; iicr than impaired, his reliance on the tri ' naU of his country. Ho embraced his I utilv, as one snatched from great rospoiisi t itvaiul peril, and his heart overflowed with :ioh lulness when at night they were all once jure assembled round the fireside, the scene uiticii happiness and unity in other days, t vet Amos felt that, though acquitted hy li-jury, lie was not hy the town. IJo saw Sit in the faces of some of the jury, and 2i;it of the audience, which he was too tfixnvd an observer to misunderstand. . He fished i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 January 1841

131 House.) Hut, Mr. Speaker, it is not ltlif inaccurate reporthing that 1 so much com plain, as of the circumstance ol'lhe rep uther having made mo spake in italics. Koars of laughter, which continued for some; time.) 1 appeal to you, Sir, and to those lion. Miui bcrs who heard me, whether 1 upoko in italics. (Renewed hursts of laughter from all parts of the House.) Vnu know, Mr. Speaker, and so docs every ginth min in this I louse, that 1 never spake in italics, at all at all. (Shouts of hiughter.) Iut, Sir, allow mo to suy, that this, had as it is, is not worst of the matter. Will you belave it, Sir? will onv hon. Mimber in the House belave it that when 1 went to the reporlhor to nsk for mi explanation, he told me, with tin? most perfect coolness, that if 1 K it myself nggrio ved, I knew my remedy, at tin; same time handing inc his card, Sir? The short and long of it is, Sir,.that this reporther wants to light a duel with me." Peals of laughter, such as were never before or have ...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 January 1841

ii. T il E P 0 L V N E S 1 A N . 135 Lril;ii"'l' p! t y were sixteen days pmh Mil" l tlio summit, where they en wiipcd for about three weeks, building iji walls of stone around their tents, lo piled them from the strong blasts which wept across the mountain. These will Linaiii as monuments of their visit, ami r the benefit of future explorers. After icir arrival a heavy fall of snow covered I k mountain half way down ; the ther- tiiiucter stood commonly at from 20 to Y V. though it occasionally sunk as low ij, Still the party wen; so well pro- Sled that they sulfered but little from ic cold. The natives, however, were not file to stand it, and wen; sent awav. 4 m 'he ocean and the high peaks of Mouna ca can be distinctly seen from the sum pit, notwithstanding its great area. i .team still issues from the immense cra ( r discovered by Mr. (loodrich, though 1 o lire is now to be seen. The volcaiio Kilauea was in a very active state;, and fori; the Kahalaia left, a report reached iloth...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 30 January 1841

( 136 T 11 E POLYNESIAN Jam ARY, 1'roin tlic t.n lies' Wrcutlw THE EL DEN Til EE. I1Y JOANNA 11A1I.ME. A foast was spread in the Huron's hall, And loud was the merry sound, Aamnistrcld played at lady's call, And the cup went sparkling round. For gentle dames sat there, I trow, By men of mickle'niijrht, And many a chief with dark-red brow, And many a burly knight. Each had fought in war's grim ranks, And some on the surgy sea, And some on Jordan's sacred banks, For the cause of Christentic. But who thinks now of blood or strife, Or Moorish or Payr.im foe? Their eyes beam bright with social life, And their hearts with kindness glow. Ay, certcs, 'tis an hour of glee, Tor the Baron himself doth smile, And nods his head right cheerily, And quails his cup the while. What recks he now of midnight fear, Or the night-wind's dismal moan, ; As it tosses the boughs of that Eldcn Tree, ' Which he thinWcth so oft upon? Long years have passed since a deed was done, By its doer only seen, And there...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 February 1841

PdDLYNl AN A PUBLISHED WEEKLY,' AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. J. JAKVES, Editor. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY (, 1811. Vol. 1. IVo. 33. C O M M U N I V A T E I). i the Editor of the Polynesian: ir: A few months since, your read- ? were informed that the King and Siiefs of the Hawaiian Islands were cn 'cd in framing a Constitution for the bvernment and also revising the laws. The Constitution has just been issued otn the press, and there are embraced the same pamphlet a number of laws liich many of your readers would doubt- pa be pleased to peruse ; I have thcre- ire commenced a translation into Kng sli, which I will continue if you think L-st to publish it. A considerable portion of the pam ilct consists of a. revised edition of the of any man, in a manner which is at va riance with the above sentiments. PROTECTION FOR THE PEOPLE DECLARED. The above sentiments are hereby pub lished for the purpose of protecting alike, both the people and the chiefs of all these islands, while they mai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 February 1841

1 M 1 1n iiliva!iiiii Kuakiui. Kekauomdii. Ku ln.'kili, I'al.i, Konia, Kanhoknlohi. I.elci ohoku, Kekuannoa, Kcaliiahonui. Kauai na, Keo:ii Ii, Keoiii Ana, Rial Hn.ililio. S'fouKl any other person. lie received into the council, it shall be made known by law. -Those persons shall have part in the council of the kimrdom. No law of the nation shall be passed without their assent. Thev shall act in the following manner : They shall assemble annnally. for the purpose of scrhin:; the welfare of the nation, and establishing laws for the kingdom. Their meetings shall com mence in April, at such day and place as the King shall appoint. It shall also be proper for the kinir to consult with the above persons respecting all the great concerns of the kingdom, in order to promote unanimity and secure the greatest good. They shall moreover transact such other business as the king shall commit to them. T.'my shall still retain their own appro priate lauds, whether districts or planta tions, or wha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 February 1841

hi T II E P () L V N K S I A N 139 1,T, nu llin V fair. iit hi. Mil. ' II M U A niid and tli M.d i.'nw pond sfi''- i'irrj imi mini vin; link , lie i ard, ;mt iu ure I heir I I lid irinj; iigns mid hick iltor it id-over n ere I trail' I a utite ted- vir? ! Of niw i the in ike; IlilM Hite ; in r . inJ m'li, and laim hi erne 11 run nc' she liin r- liiid the which In' then held. II;. i L .i-inU Mil I'll IH. "I' I" I'". in1 n H'M l ' 1 . . . ... . v M called tin' golden re-'gu et hoatlseu.- II 'Pint iriH'iriiiiii'iil 1 1 -1 f ! n.'it .:,,. rated into tin! sensual eh spotism, that of pi ttv 'toiti' n inn! grinding op .i hi, or tlici; redigion into-that grovcliing .riii hi, based Uj)n one all-pervading Lj.-i;)!', that e r tenor, which Cook in a ., t mud t hem to lo. A scint ot elo- ,,nii'V pie-valied in hi 1 h , which made the ,,(. fi l l their iuvii power, and streugth i!ic sense of individual freedom. Kiu- only garment, and, like, word n mph-5, art? i 3bst ofcnr readers will vc think res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 February 1841

140 T HE P 0 L Y NESI A N . .... for the Polynesian. SHIP AIIOV! 'Tis a moment of gladness A summon of joy, When the man on the look-out Cries out, " ship ahoy!" Hut that pleasure is heightened The moment he sees, The 4 star-spangled banner " Unfurled io the breeze! From the land of our fathers The wanderer conies, And kind thoughts and wishes She brings from our homes; From the lov'd ones we cherish ' To memory dear, She brings recollections Our spirits to cheer. O'er the ocean's bright billows, Haste! haste! on thy way! And cheer by thy presence Our spirits to clay! May the vision long looked lor, Appear on the seas, In the " star-spangled banner " That floats in the breeze ! Honolulu, Jan. 28, 1841. e. o. ii. LADD & Co. Have for sale. 100 Toms Sugar, 20,000 Galle. Molasses, 2,000 Do. Svrnp, CO Pr. Ox Hows, 1 Case Riding Saddles, 1 do Paint Brushes, 4 Casks Tin Ware ass'd, C Kegs Cooper's Rivets, . 2 Tons Steel, ass'd, 15 Cooking Stoves, M Coils Lead Pipe, 2 Tons Zinc, 600 lbs...

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