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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 February 1841

TTMIH PCDLfli PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. J. J. JAItVES, Editor. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1841. Vol. 1. tfo. 36. AN A SKLECTKI). SCENE WITH A PIRATE. In the month of July, 18.'W, I was on my way from New York to the island of Curacoa,on board the American ship Pat rick Henry, commanded by Capt. Tuttlc. We had had a fine passage, and were looking forward to the end of our voyage I '".a I. T l.lll liuoui a wuuk. i was wiu tui y passen ger, and of course was thrown in a great measure on my own resources for amuse ment, the chief of which was testing the (overs of an admirable glass of London manufacture upon every vessel that show ed itself above the horizon. Our captain was kind and civil, but there appeared a mystery about him that he did not like to he pried into, and our communication had in consequence been reserved. In about latitude twenty degrees, and longitude sixty degrees fifteen minutes, we were running along with a fine fresh breeze abeam, and all...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 February 1841

112 t ! i c r c ; wen; no lulls on Imm'iI. Yin schooner hove If), an. I a ho.it was lower-! I, and crowded with i ri : . It approach ed rapidly, pulled hy t i . rowers. The wu: of our c.irro.unde was dMpres-o. ;h i ii i i.i.-i i MUCH as prxsji ', ami m uie oi y -.u o.i inc.: water ahoiit lii'lv yards from tin: ship. The captain stood w i : ! i his sjunlviirz-t: lim pet in ono hand. nnd a linml- pike, with ' which In1 shifted the position of the as re pi i red, i'i the other, i The schooner's hoat u pronelu .1. a:;.! was piili'm rapidly to ;jel al m; rs. ; " Sow, sir, keep steady, and oluy the or ders coolly, "..said the captain in an under to.ic. " lioy fetch tin; iron that's hcatim: in the galley run." The boy ran, arid j returned with the iron rod heated at oix-j end, whicii was handed to me. " Wheal I tell you to fin!, I'ne, as you value your life anil those on hoard.'' The captain now put his speaking-trumpet to his mouth, and hailed the boat, which was within a hundred yanls of...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 February 1841

i ,811.1 4 .... .Iwitl ii it. hi tlii i 1 1 i ?i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ir itiiiiiiir Zjk J('1 lUtil II UjWM tt UUf IUIVIII- IM.IIt T f ' 4l made mud hut futile attempts to reach Ins f . r. II i-s frantic valor made thorn at first ' L wav, and lit laid three iti sucee ssiou ij before liiin. The burning buildings liht t' ',c; ''ontt'st. Pomnlc see-ined '. lVVcd with tin; strength ot a eleinon, and UuV fell beneath tin; blows of his club. All jfuii't li'ci'i him but Alvircz, whoso only Liiglit was f r his sister, and he e-loscel wiih The wilv chief evaded the de'spcrate lit1 I JsJm' Ironi hi sweuel by a epiick bend of bis bath, and rejiaid the thrust belbre be could rfViiu b's kr"ard by a blow on the head xlii'li east Ilia) senseless to the gieiue.el. (jjiiscioastiess returned but to tell a sad tale. Focuds and Iwe were gone the dead and 'Iit lay around him, visible by the expiring ones of the consumed houses. He sank dii in despair, when he heard bis name nriu.iiuiccd it was Liliha's voice, and...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 February 1841

T H K V 0 L V N E S I A N . Febr 111 t The blessing purcliasctl by thy woitli in j Vinegar Arrow Hoot Corn Pota- From Wack wood's Magazine. TO A LITTLE BOY. II Y KOIIEUT CUAMl'.nU. My winsome one, my handsome one, my darling little boy, The heart' pride of thy mother, and thy fa ther's chiefest joy; Come ride upon my shoulder, come sit upon my knee, ' And prattle all the nonsense that I love to hear from thee ; With thine eyes of merry lustre, and thy pretty lisping tongue, And thy heart that evermore lets out its hum ming happy song; With thy thousand tricks so glccsonie, which 1 bear without annoy, Come to my arms, come to my soul, my dar ling little boy! My winsome one, my fairest one, they say that later years Will sometimes change a parent's hope for bitter grief and tears; But thou, so innocent! canst thou be aught hut what thou art, And all this bloom of feeling with the bloom of face depart? Canst thou this tabernacle fair, where God reigns bright within, Profane, like Judah...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 20 February 1841

s r J ,Vi 4 1 r.' "Si. ii JLd .11. 0 A ..-( i 1 1 V ' - A I' U It LIS li K i) W K II 1C h V, AT 1D.t;) L U LI, i) A II II, S A X J) V I C II 1 S I, A . I) s. Vol. B .-No. :57. ( ) i MHMiniflwitiMin after il:iy s!n had been led forth from In r col l dungeon, to umleviret iv-i; tiit r.t ( ion. to hear accusations tin; most inconceiva bly absurd, to 1 1 1 f 1 1 1 ; ui'Uiments. 1 1 : con futaliou of w hi'-h aided Jwr :mic in ro: f i ia:; ; fir when d'nl prejudice, or ye! wors:.; tli;i;i prejudice fanatic, bigotry, hear tl'O voice of reason, and hear it to it. ilowcr of youth ami beauty, in tin; conviction. Nc.rht :i !:: nL-;!tt she Ii;:! (.A of compiest, ami in tin; accomplish- been led back o ihe chilly atme-sphere of l;it i)!' a!l her own, of all her country's I ihe dank cell, hop' It's:; of resent; or ac- 1 ! .: .1... M..:.l ..i' .... r. . It . . I ...i. i i i i a . J lr:;inoii, on; .u no 01 .in; 11 m i-nuu, i : 1 1 1 u 1 1 , naiassoei o pi '. seen t ion , irnni r. i. !. t i: i. r:n:...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 20 February 1841

1 to innyest not accomplish it. others more able, or perchance more w 'i 1 1 i : jt . inn y be IoiiikI, ami that right speedily ; the reve nue of I'cutivais's I'ishoprie miylit serve a Prime's t urn ! Sec that thou lose them not!" And ho swept proudly from the chamber, leaving tlu; astounded church ni in to plot, new schemes, to we ave more subtle meshes for tin; life of the innocent. Xor did it occupy that crafty mind Ion.: time, nor did it need d:.'ep counsel ! Th" sentence of the church decreed, thai she should never more don arm, orninscu li.ie atji.c ! The !isho;'s eye !!.c hed as il limited on that article. " i hi !" he muttered Here then, we have her o:i tliehip! Auschn, wiial ho ! Let tiieni hid (iapard hither the warden of the Sorceress and let us be alone ;'' lie came : and with clo-d doors they sate in conclave the highest odieer, save one, of holy church ; the lo.vcst. and most truculant official of slate policy ! Far heard not, nor eye saw, the secrets of that meeting ;...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 20 February 1841

1 811. T HE P 0 L V NES1 A N . M7 fill! .cut ,'C t tV at f lift ' chef its f ii ft ariv J VC Mil'" !"'" ,V "' ' " II'. I UIVllll.ll I itirri l explanation tbllowc!, ami losing i. finip they sot forward to free Julia. A- .iilitig the ddts, cy made their way caic v down the .steep hill which overlooked jj,e town. '1 his was a dilhcult matter in the V time, and by night a dangerous tusk. ,t t!iP 1 i 1 o ol one dearer than their own l tl.. .If j .....1 ....... ...I "jltMl'U'O UJ"o iiivii rum n.', iiiiu in m ii K in for the enterprise. In several places, iicia was obliged to drop himself at ran from a precipice upon a precarious loot f beneath, first .sounding the depth by JiMiipinii a stone; Liliha would then drop crself ligatly ''is arms. Shrubs and iiV'S aid d their descent in less dangerous f-s . and alter an hour's severe (nil and ,tli a l'ev hruises, they readied the valley. in! village was almost entirely deserted, so . .i I ! r. l.i. I IK i in in. vii 1 1 ' i iiiuij;v i hi in ii ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 20 February 1841

I.' A M8 t ii i: v n l v n i: s i n. I,,i:im: 11 m .1. ; ; Si 1 1 r. SO;- ''; i niacaua. BV I.YIttA II, Mr.'ini.Nr.V, Flow on fiircvcr, in t'av irl nim rube Of terror and of beantv Cod hat h set ( ' Oh, the t :".!(-1 how lip will !;in;di I Ii rainbow on tliv fo'n !x a. I, and tli clou,! 1 1 Mantled around thV feet. And li. doth -be! 1 ',., ' ' "And h,i! weir "Ii v.id, inv '.Ma iv, Tii.il yon d,.. Ii- .ii i Is i m .-;.i , " I 'ii ! I J von ;;d, my 1,1 ! her Bit li;t i i ; ii;i e my ! " And some, thev p'avi d w ith.llic witter, And rdi d it do -a : i " t i j h:!l; ' And tlii.' tn.-v said, ' s'i iii s;'eiddv turn i lie oj.l r's nn'ii , " For there h:i Ik en n v;it I' Jiver yii;.M 'he rf ? a And a busy man i i in iniik.T bo Ii V the dawnin:; of the da'! Wr.i'l Cipesaiid Pelerines Se n Is - jliro.it l!n!rs, lit ad ( i ; f C i 1 1 iii i. . (, I, idies Cr tvats, Fir noli Nrl Bioiid tmi. Nankin. Vc. Tas-i Is. Lace Insert ion Open work and ! ! hit Brushes. Tortoise Shell Dro Common Ladies; H...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 27 February 1841

n l : THE PUBLISHED WKFICLY, AT II O X O J, U L U , OAIUJ, SANDWICH" ISLANDS. E 1 AM ,J. JAIIVKS, Editor. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 18-11. VoB. 1. I'o. . '.i j h in J'.. , f -At' t. . fymM mam.-! si:m;cti:i). 1'r nn tlio New York ( )!-r m. I jam with :t wmior, Tin: cosim'.l. t'po'n, our if fhr Xarixiiti r l-htmla, ) .im:nil!T s, s;;). 5 Dr. it Sin Though it is very micer- ain when si 1 1 opportunity of sending this liter to you will oiler, still I shall write Intl. because the:-'e I'aeihe islands are in f . . . .i (laic pomis 01 Mew, anions me mosi m- ting places we are to visit ; more es- jtrially 1o the Christian ami the friend of sioms ; as oiic ol the most important i i i t;)!'ii;ueius is uemg matte among tiiem. (iwiiieh the attention ol man can be di- icted. We lia(! already visited niauv the small coral islands which form the Dangerous Archipelago," and which are inhabited by a race; of cruel and blood t! irsty cannibals, either entirely (lodless, C worshippers of spirits and ido...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 27 February 1841

''I '4 1 150 Til i: POLY N LSI A N. in the years 1-1)2. n:):,nM.I I i !M. !,. he no n: -,!, .-IV.io:, lo o::r ships cr vc,scl, i;rn, ami ho immediately pet Imp If at more p'ir:ifMhrlv in the latter year, wlem.in tho-e mms, rr any hindrance whatsoev- their he ad. Alv.rez was ..with another c.d- ' , ,... 1 II ! ..1 :.. .. ,.,,..imi i! i ! ((i nlif ill- Vlsi)r!r I onr M aestV a long, 1 H'.-miimii, inn,imii in i r-i.iv v: ri'.'n i:i Kara! ;oo'l I'.iiv Im;h the ' CI'. Mtli of January to the !i oNYbrnarv. perous and happy reLrn. I am lholher of I be..j leave lo i:i!'o;n all c-: ! ; i : . i -: i vessels, v.V.c, u:a, t!iat w- have la-fi heat ed with the greatest fri" idiiip. aM -nlio.i a'i;l lio)ltulilyJy the whole of the inhah i : : i 1 1 s of this l.-la id : pa : t i ; t : ! i i by Tnm a ih M aah. its Kin r : to who-; par ticular ran; I wonld ia :'"r.i:,.i' :id n'l vis:'- V ll'l.lil'l (Sienid) hvtwii Amaaii. tljilst (Jill. IHIO. co :.i .v r s i .' at i: i. tv. o :i; mm r. i IT. crs to ent...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 27 February 1841
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 March 1841

ME Altv in POLYNESIAN Oil Salt : ' MJMJJHBWWWBMB JtU-B-LTSlIKl) WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAHU, SANDWICH ISLANDS. "UN j. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, MARCH (, 1841. vol. i. xo. . i I f I Wild ' 11 ho ill V Tranliitt'd from tlio Hawaiian. im of W ?'?atoa((au Xslantis. 111 ct presrrihing the manner in which the Laws snail oe promuigaieu. . . . . i i , .1 T!if snhject ion oi mo people to. the i. ... r.iiii.M) nrrri; 1. -.1111 i a i e 1 1 1 . ( illt'l II'MII nliiiyi ujin uimiii u, ctiiij- ,e wrW understood ; so also arc some ot I - rill. I ! 1 jincii'iii laws. i Mai suo ecuon aim 111'-. I...... tut rwttt f 1 i wrtt ti Miirwl ic i natter of course, out there are many new i at i lie present tune, and it is well that io people should all become acquainted f it!i those laws. It can be done in no ihi rwav so well as in writing, wherefore "I tlw. ....wi,,.,..in..'t C.vllntir- J! ( O'.llll II 'I IIIU pllUIIIUIUIIL IIIU lUUUtt- Ij.mcN were passed. I. Hereafter no law of the kingdom Ji;i!l take effect w...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 March 1841

154 ground at dinner time, a quarter of a dol lar shall be the penalty or if the man do not arrive till after the falling of the signal to commence labor at 7 o'clock, lie shall pay an eighth of a dollar. If the failure; is on the king's day the fine shall be paid to the king if on the landlord's day, it THE POLYNESIAN. M sr. i.r.i: n: t. "JACK AND (JILL." The following mock criticism of the old childish rhvinc of "Jack and (till," .... Ill . . IIVIVlll uil L.liuillimn-'" will Us considered a happy satire on the IJ,,, .l(lvrntitious orim,ncnts are justly prosing uvauuie and aiieciauon oi learn- . . ri,irnrilfl ,IV nnr aMtj1(), w10, by mv doubtless have contributed to the splen dor of the poem to have endowed the he roes with long and sounding titles, which, by dazzling the eves of the reader, might prevent an examination oi me worn iimmi. ing of modern literarv reviewers. The shall be paid to the landlord. Tenants j wr"jtir isMr. Joscpli lJennie, an Aineri and sub-tenants, and culma...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 6 March 1841

0 341. THE POLYNESIAN. 1 53 iv of addressing u tin; subject of a Island of Oahu tins loth day of November, A National" Institute for the Promotion of dethroned, that France Uib roused in ' ,.r sL'ned by thy present (.ovcrnor of 1 U:jo. -c . . i ... xv- ..: . i. t ..... v.. . "' , . i ..1, .... j ...... .,..! .. -.,1: ... i i' i i i tit c-mvhcu uvt ii nMiiM.ii at MrtMiuni, -Miiinur me r i.iii pcioi, i.ou s j pojco if, ,u Is and, which lias cieated a general, Art. I. English subjects sha be perm t- i i ... . i .. i .i . .i . . i , .. . .t ..-.I: . l' - ... ...... J . . v,,,,u unci ic most distiii-Miis bed ini-ti in the 'ami that thev mtit join to in:iiih f.trtli. arm am I uneasiness on the part of the 1m. r- ted to come with their vessels and , )iiti-li Residents, involving iis it does of whatever kind to the Sandwich Islands; T. -ccuritv of their pors ns and property, ; Tli EV SHALL ALSO BE PERMIT 3,1 subjecting tiifiruweuings lo domiciliary i l 1U KESlOi; Til EKE I S AS I'iw. LONG A...

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

T II J: P 0 L V N E S I A N . Mai 150 3 . .tAf V ' . ";;':; , Tor tin; ldyi:ei.ui. T WII.KiMT. When the smu veils his power, Ere the moon's deepest gleuni At sweet border hours Which neither may claim, When the grey evening mists Arc enshrouding the trees, And loading with dampness The sun-tempered breeze, 'Tis the heail's to be sad and romantic, To look sentimentally down, To consider all vulgar or frantic, Who speak in their natural tone. When the wand of romance, Stretch'd o'er valleys and mountains, Turns bums into castles, And horse-ponds to fountains, Of chimnies makes battlements, Towns of the trees, And casts siher draperies O'er cabbage and peas. When each rock seems a cairn Of some victim of fame, Whose niche h unliUM, Jut for want of a name. When we lean o'er our gates 4 For want of some bowers, And a clover-patch fancy A Tempo of llowers. When even a fence To keep out a cow, Seems a silvery lino O'er an emerald brow. When we ape Walter Scott And say bracken, for brake, A...

Publication Title: Polynesian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 March 1841

:-v -, r-"l IT v - ' ii j T.rrTr:,:v:'.wrirr;.Tr:'T-. PUKLISIIIiJ) WHilKLY, AT It () N O L U I, IT , OA II 'J, SANDWICH ISLA.XDS. . J. JAUVKS, KJUor. SATURDAY, MARCH 13, 18-15. Vol. 1. iVo. 40. TTv .ill. 4 VA sr.i.t;-:Tr.i. j Contimti'U l;cnn p;;c,' 131. MACK AND (JILL." Ifnving ascertained the names and con- Ir.ii.tiK of the parties, the reader becomes l II""' 1 I l,tnr:.lh' induisiiivo into their employ- tlie !('-'u I"' made an unloi tui.ri! sirj - ' . . . . ' . . , 1 . I . A . - P . .- .1 . I "1 ,lf.t and wishes to know whether their . vvmw oi gravuv , as me pnuoso- ilv'M ...... t i ii ill i i i i rrunation is worthy of them. Tins land-' P-r would say. tell hoyond ins base, and . i i . t i .Tack fell (1-iU'p. oo:;fu.-io:i, whh a quick and circular and T'nfn-tunHfP Jnl.n ' t ilm i-i!'h.m( ,v!v-, he .1 dio::g mot ion : ad i J to this tin- dut, . i i . i tt .1 ii Ik- was nimblv, for aught wo kuow.goieg vlKr" !!:r' nM-"Ml i,au ,ilI(,('(l :'mi ois up tho IjiU. perhaps at the moment wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 March 1841

1 o i)r THE POLYNESIAN. hearts of sea-erliauts. Tln-y had ot!t'o without any violent movement on the integrity of their dominion, afford all suita soine of their hunting imple'im-nts on ! pn t of the people, or display of popular sen- je encouragement for the developement of shore nnd wen? a!l To kill this animal ! timcnt which kit them only the choice be-jt,0 source of their country hy foreign I. t.,....i.v..r tlii-v r:iii- it it. am I : tvvcen viu dui" or destruction, it is un cveui ca,ti and enterprise. Allans seem gran its irrcat importance to them will ur ar u liicli would add lustre to the annals of any in the co-use of the narrative. Tin? j country, and betokens a high spirit of disiu- vventhcr was so rainy and inclement, that, j terestcd patriotism in the rulers ot the na iiutil the end of three weeks, they were lives. I'ower is none the less sweet to a unable to bein to erect any commodious j savage Prince, than to a Christian Autocrat shelter. At tin; expiration of that ti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 March 1841

41. T II E POL V NESi A X . Jwy of the present laws to .protect the per- former personages , ro in the habit of Her Prittanie Majesty.) ami this -ovem-9 and live of those reading here. The forwarding POXFS of nice thing, to nil and u.ent has been made' public in the Poly- jv- jusnv- . ,v v ii'u w pin lip present's ami nesian oi mis day. (,in an offence as the one in"qucstion pickles in the same box with latcs and inns- An immediatc'aiiswcr is requested, nf the petlv line of G thus pntlinjr the lins, for the two iilmco but il 1 - inn . ..n,i 1 ;oi., .it, .ur i..i OI mI. Iltimli!.' St-n.mi, purity of our persons and the pence ofourjthc whole frequently turn out a "eompbte .Wn...r Kukuai. i.w. 'iiiies at the mercy of any individual who1 jam." The lonir vovn-ro a. id ronim, .,.,, Vise to pay that sum to "ratify his malice, decidedly disagree with llm nvritni.i.. I $ Hawaiian statutes being more expressly effervescent nature of the former. A soe- x i ''".j j"!'.'!! : M for their own mnle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Polynesian. — 13 March 1841

if! 1 !.!( bH ! fl 1 m ill 4 ;S. lf0 TJIK POLYNESIAN. - l .- . : - .,. ! Swiss Muslin Black Satin unci otlicr anil Women's Shoes, Brogans, unci can Ladies and Gentlemen's H,,;. V..-.I. L'l...l. . . ' V . V . . . , , . . uI.W,. l,;rt itovcs. Minn acck aiocicg. Aanli... Nestings, super quality o-4 bilk Star skin Knots and Pumps. W Into blurts IWkfo I Blond 5-4 Silk Mlack Square Net with linen and grass cloth bosoms. 1 et- Nctl(lk.s. Pin.. Spj ; Fancy PrintsThibet M. Do Lnine, 'ticoat Robes , Ready made Clothing, Lot- L Thretul. Muttons. Suspenders P i'loin th .New o; M "Tin: sut.at or Tin: ivjo;: and tiii: t:l.nol 01' Till: lilt AVIV BY I'AHK HKNJA M IN. (.'..t.i ;,, i i, . .1. . ... .. . ,1 iiihI llio li.noil.uf tin; hrivi:." .lo.;i), .Xi:iliitn. ClOWIir Silk and Large Net Shawls Silk, Me- ton. Nankin, &.c, Tassels, Ronhets, rino, Shally, Pie-nic, Gauze and Lou- Hair Hnishes, Tortoise Shell Dress Combs. sine Scarfs French Muslin, and Lace Wick Yum, Scotch Plaids, French Mus- Wrou...

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