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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1845

T M F(0)L'IN IAN O JM nLISHI l, WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAHU, HAWAIIAN ISLAMKS. w WA t ' ' - -- J. J. JARVE3, Editor. ADVERTISEAIENTS. Memorandum of Goods JUST RECEIVED, per the "Nepaiil," from London, and lor sale by GEORGE PELLY and KEOKUK T. ALLAN, Agents for the Hudson's Hay Company. Carpenter's Adzes, Shell A injur, Brad Awls, Hue and while basins and soup drainers to match, urccn JJaizc Earthenware Slop Uusins suar and uiilkj.rn Bed steads with inosc'iet,. curtains complete, Day & Martin's liquid Hiid naste Blacking blue Mono for linen, Wine hollies, Wellington and Hessian liht IJoots- India ruli her and cotton braces, bolts for doors, snnllle and double rein bridles, bruvlics-cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, vh -wash and horse; huttons mother of pearl, shirt, patent metal' and white horn ; imitation wax candles, pfatcd candle.' sticks and shades lor do., cloth foraging nips-plain and with ijold lar-e hands of all sizes; handsome dressui" rases, cut ilass salt cellars, pirui" and mo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1845

200 T H K P O L Y N K S I A N . ApfUt., 19 4 if I il r i 1 if pi i, 1 5 .i id gods. Somo ofyour most zealous support ers, who arc severest against those who carry around the box of charity, put a pen ney in hut do take a shilling out; your well dressed hearers, in their soil cushioned pews smile or sleep when yon talk of heaven, of hell, of eternity, of man's accountability and the necessity of seeking heaven by self-denial, by crucifying the world, and exercising faith towards (Jod and chftrity towards men. These old-fashioned notions seem to bo out grown, and men fancy themselves now gli ding on safely to the Celestial City, as my friend Hawthorne has it, on recently con structed rail-roads, with Apollyou himself for conductor and chief engineer. Could this havo happened, holy fathers, if vou had been faithful to the Great Head of the Church? O, it is a fearful thing that you ami 1 shall be compelled to answer at I he dread tribunal for the faith of this people! Cod will ask of us...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1845

T II K VO'L Y N ES IAN. country, that carry tho mind somo centuries still further towards the flood. But the events themselves even if substantiated be yond cavil, are of too little importance to become of historical value. They are merely deeda of sensualized man, and tho offspring moro of brute instinct than ra tional forethought. A general type of char acter pervades all savage tribes, and the history of one is the history of all. Hence knowing what savages were, in the wilds of the known world two thousand years since, we can come to a correct judgment as to the career of tho indigenes 0f these islands during the interval. Feuds and pre datory excursions constituted their enter prise; dances, songs and tales of an une quivocally sensual caste, their social amuse ments; wasteful and cruel sacrifices their religion; superstjtious fears and desires of physical ease and enjoyment their faith; and the worst form of Asiatic despotism without its splendor, their government. It would be...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 April 1845

' THE POLYNESIAN. 202 advertisements! ORDER OP HIS MAJESTY, THE KIXQ OF THE HAH'AIIAX ISLAXDS. Orricc or Secretary of State for Foreign Affair, Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 1 1 1 5 . ) Whereas, Richard Clmrlton,a British subject, pretends to claim a certain fiece of land in the Village of Mono tilu, winch claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep tember 1813, to enable said Charlton to produce his grant and show it to be gen uine : Public notice is hereby given that His Majesty appoints the court of the Island of Oahu as that branch of His Govern ment to which said Charlton is to make such production and showing pursuant to Chapter 4G of the Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 47 of the Translation into English; and aid Charlton is hereby required upon pain of forfeiting all claim to said land, under the decision of H. B M's Governniet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine i. e, exhibit Ids title and p...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 May 1845

THE POLYN I AM IM HMSIII WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OA1HJ, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editoii. ADVERTISEMENTS. SATURDAY, MAY 3, 1843. Memorandum of (.'oods JUST RKCK1VKD, per the "Nepaid," from l.oiulon, and for sale by G'EOKCB PLLLY and (iLOUCK T. ALLAN, Agents lor thu Hudson's Hay Company. Carpenter' Ailzos, Shell Augurs, HracI Awls.Mue and white JiaMiis nnl soap drainer to match, preen ISnize Karllu-ii ware .Slop Hasina Mitrnr and milk, l.rass !ed .vtfadH with mosduto curtai'is 4-oiripk tf, Day & Martin's Input and paste Hltirkin?. hlue Stone f(,r lim-n Wine Lollies. Wellington and Hessian light Hoots, India nil. her and cotton l.racesj holt lor door, snallle and rioiiMc rein hnilles, hrnshes clotli, hair, tooth, shoe, wh -vah niui liorsoj Lotions mother of pearl, shirt, patent metal! and white horn; imitation wax candles, plated candle sticks and shades for do., rloth foragintr caps plain and with gold laee hands of all sizes; handsome dressier wises, cut glass salt eellars, ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 May 1845

T II K 1' 0 L Y N JO S IAN. 204 of some was worn thin, betokening the at trition of years of wedlock: others, glittering from the jeweller's shop, must have been lost within the honey-moon. There were ivory tablets, the leaves scribbled over with senti ments that had been the deepest truths of the writer's earlier years, but which were now quite obliterated from his memory. So scrupulously were articles preserved in this depository, that not even withered flowers were rejected; white roses, and blush roses, and moss-roses, tit emblems of virgin purity and shnmefacedncss, which had been lost or Hung away, and trampled into the pollution of the streets; locks of hair the golden, and the glossy dark the long tresses of woman and the crisp curls of man signified that lovers were now and then so heedless of the faith entrusted to them, as to drop its symbol from the treasure-place of the bosom. Many of these things were imbued with perfumes; and perhaps a sweet scent had departed from th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 May 1845

1' 11 E P 0 L V N E s I A N. ). I Vio, and Leonard Delano, have, t-liipped ,,n hoard of the Samuel Robinson; Alvin li. Sweet, on board ship Meteor; John (.'ilman, iS'cUon riggs, Jerry CJriggs, Henry H. Ilarnuni, John Swansbnry, Ira Policy, 15e mi Woodbury, on hoard ship Steiglitz. . K. I't.r.ir., the Hawaiian .Mr.sM:.fiKR, edited by Huv. !.. Aii.MSTi;o.M. The see.ond nmn!er of this useful paper has made its appearance, and givws a good earnest by the variety and inlere.t of its articles and its full freight of political and general news, of the , intention of the editor to make it a genuine liiwaiian wirswpr. If it continues to be conducted in this manner it will open new sources of knowledge and information to the indigenous population, and be the means of giving them an insight into their own political affairs, and those of other countries, 'flic following list of articles comprised within the present number will best show the diligence of the editor and the general scope of the p...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 May 1845

206 T II E POLYNESIAN May, ADVERTISEMENTS. CJBY ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE KING OF THE HA I A N ISLAND S. Orricc or Secretary ok State roa Foreics! Affairs, Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 18 1'. ) Whereas, Richard Charlton, a British subject, nretends to claim a certain ftiecc of land in the Village of Hono ulii, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep tember 1843, to enable said Charlton to produce his grant and show it to be gen uine : Public notice is hereby given that His Majesty appoints the court of the Island of Oahu as that branch of His Govern ment to which said Charlton is to make such production and showing pursuant to Chapter 4Gofthe Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 47 of the Translation into English; and said Charlton is hereby required npon pain of forfeiting all claim to said land, under the decision of II. B. M's Governmct, already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine i. e. exhibit his ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1845

TMM POLYNESIAN IM nnsil, l WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JAKVES, L.D1TOH. I SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1843. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 51. S E L E C T.E D. THE INTELLIGENCE OFFICE. Blf NATHANIEL HAWTHORN. (Concluded.) The next that entered was a man beyond the middle age, bearing the look of ono who knew the world and his own course in it. He had just alighted from a handsome private car riage, which had orders to wait in the street while its owner transacted his business. This person came up to the desk with a quick, de termined step, and looked the Intelligencer in the face with a resolute eye; though at the samo time, some secret trouble gleamed from it in red and dusky light. "I have an estate to dispose of," said he, with a brevity that seemed characteristic. ' "Describe it," said the Intelligencer. The applicant proceeded to give the boun daries of his property, its nature comprising tillage, pasture, woodland, and pleasure grounds, in ample circuit; together with a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1845

208 T-li E POLYNESI AN, THE POLYNESIAN. ofFiual jouksal or mi: iawailw GOVEHSMIIST. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1843. A correct report of the American Ship ping at Lahaina, this season, ha3 heen fur nished U3 through the courtesy of M. Cal kin Eaq. 't the United States Vice Commercial Agent for that port. Wc hope to get one of the other shipping shortly. There have been, up to April 30, more than 170 ships at Lahaina, of which 54 were at anchor at one time. As many as 700 seamen havo been- ashore on liberty at once, among whom good order ha9 prevailed. This result is due not only to the good disposition of the parties themselves, and to the efforts of the native authorities, but in a great measure to the excellent influence exerted by the U. S. Vice Commercial Agent, who, has shown himself both desirous and efficient in coope rating with all concerned in maintaining a proper discipline among the crews. Mr. Cal kin's practical acquaintance with the habits and humors of whalemen, emin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1845

1343. Arrival. April, " it ii ii It ii ii i ().) 1 1 23 21 23 i 1 1 1 1 ii it 23 i 1 1 2D 1 1 i ii H it ii II I i 1 1 1 1 i 1 17 1 1 19 ii 1 1 21 China. Ship it Kk. Ship 1 1 ii Ilk. i 1 1 1 1 ii ii 1 1 ii i 1 1 i 15k. ii Ship ii 1 1 1 1 ii Ship i 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 Ilk. Ship ii Ilk. Ship Ilk. Ship 1 1 At me. Mercury, Italy, Hajah, Euphrates, Virginia, Maltha, KortciuM, (iolcotula, Meteor, Newark, Olympia, (ieoi-ge Chaiupliu, Formosa, Seine, Prudent, Mary St Susan, Charles Philip, Cassandar, Niuus, Ocmulgec, Ceres, Richard Mitchell, In, Arnolda, Lexington, Midas, Thomas J Hckason, Lucy Ann, Superior, Alexander Collin, Venice, Levant, Brighton, Salem, Koscoe, Elizabeth, Sally Anne, William Lee, Citizen, Dartmouth, Canton, THE POLYNESIAN. t I. V. Haskell, F. A. Weld, IT. S. Wc.t, 1). Upham, J. T. Chase, 1). R. Drake, (J. Hazard, 11. K. Studley, A. M'Lester, 11. F. Pendleton, S. Taher, W. Swain, E. F. Pi iggf, .J. S. Smith, C. O. llrewster, (;. Hulbard, (i. Pendleton, H. J'. King, It. '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 May 1845

210 THE POLYNESIAN, (Mat, ADVERTISEMENTS. ICTBV ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE h'i.YU OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. OrriCE or Secretary or State "l roR Foreign ArrAtas, Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 1S45. ) Whereas, Richard Chnrlton, n British object, pretends to claim a certain niece of land in the Village of Hono lulu, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Island, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep tember 1843, to enable Raid Charlton to produce his grant and show it to be gen uine : Public notice is hereby given that His Majesty appoints the court of the Island of Oahu as that branch of His Govern ment to which said Charlton is to make such production ana showing pursuant to Chapter 4Gofthe Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 47 of the Translation into English; and said Charlton is hereby required npon pain of forfeiting all claim to said land, under the decision of II. B. M's Governmetj already mentioned, to produce his grant and show it to be genuine t. e. exhibit his t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1845

I AM :9 PUtlMsnED WEEKLY, AT IIOIVOLULU, OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. IE . J. J. JAItVKS, Editor. AbVERTISEMENTS." SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1813. Sheriff Notice. PURSUANT to a judgment rendered on the 25th of Apnl, 1343, against JOHN WILEY ,v the verdict of a jury, in favor of Charles ll! Nicholson, plaintiff, for the sum of 2,055 21, and the fiim of 5: 100 cost of suit, I shall sell ut Public Auction, nn MONDAY the 2th day of May, 1845 tho property of paid John Wilev, consisting in : ' 1st. Tho premises of John Wiley, opposite the Seamen's Chapel. 2d. Tho contents of John Wiley's shop and house consisting ol : A lnr table, a smaller do., a writing desk, a hram lamp, a clock, two trlass cases, gloves, cloth , brushen small and Ian silk rihUi.s, Herman silver tea and table spoons, whit.- lace, com!., ockct knives, razors Mnell in? hottli;, necklace, xcwmir needles, thread and thim Mes, iikiuv6M, cards, buttons, pencil cases, remnants of duck, white, brown and printed cottons, whole pieces of "n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1845

ft, 212 T H E P 0 L Y N K S I A N. Mat, I) i'l if . 1. i 1 I; f1 1 . 1 2 1, 1 find food fur mirth in the solcnm records of parliament; but rarely can we road then, at least such a relate t i our early ages, without meeting with some absurdity render ing the maintenance cf "ravitv a difficult matter. While a bill far the improvement of the London police, brought into tho Huso of Commons in George Ill's reign was going through Committee, a clause was read which enacted, that the watchmen should be eew pelhd to sleep in the d;ty time. An old Baronet stood up and proposed that the clause should ho extended Wmembers of the House of Commons, for gout for many nights past had prevented his slee p, and he doubted not that others as well as himself, would be glad to be compelled to sleep. English paper. THE POLYNESIAN. OFFICIAL JUUHSAL Of Tllll UAWAllAS HONOLULU, SATURDAY, MAY 17, IP 4.1. The first volume of the second series of the Polynesian has drawn to a close. As the organ of government...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1845

184'. UtcJ on board at the time the enptain made his declaration. ( The km nf March 3, 1022, rrfttfh'e to the health police, ch. l2, art. 10.) ' Article 4tii. When it shall be decided that a ship may enter freely, communication ith the shore will be immediately permitted. Any ship subject to whatever quarantine, cannot communicate either with the shore or the vessels in the harbor, under penalty 0f line from l200 to 10,000 francs. Ship in quarantine shall wear at tb. mizen mast head a yellow Hag, to denote their state of health. Aktici.e 5tii. Every vessel possessing a "bill of health" will be obliged to cause it to bo renewed at departure, by the surgcou appointed to the quarantine service. Those who have iione, will demand one at the port ollice, where it will be delivered them. Article Gth. The coasting vessels of the Society and Poumoto Islands, will not be subjected to the formalities prescribed above. Article 7th. The particulars of the law of March 3, ft'2'2t and those of the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 May 1845

V "J J V , ,1,7 1 i .-; HJ I. '.I t' iLitl 214 T H E P O L YNESIA N ADVERTISEMENTS. C7" ORDER OF HIS MAJESTY, THE Jf.YO OF ri HAWAIIAX ISLAXDS. Oi'rtcc or Secretary of Statk roR Fomkiu Affairs. Honolulu, Oahu, Jan. 20, 1845. ) Wherens, Richard Charlton, a British subject, pretends to claim a certain fdece of land in the Village of llono ulti, which claim was referred back to the Hawaiian Islands, by Her Britannic Majesty's Government, on the 12th Sep tember !S13, to enable said Charlton to produce his grant and show it to be gen uine : Public notice is hereby given that His Majesty appoints the court of the Island of Oahu as that branch of His Govern ment to which said Charlton is to make such production and showing pursuant to Chapter 4Gofthe Hawaiian Statutes, and Chapter 47 of the Translation into English; and said Charlton is hereby required npon pain of forfeiting nil claim to said land, under the decision of II. B. M's Goverumet, already mentioned, to produce his grant and sho...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 July 1846

if 1 1" I ft ; i J; cr tD and f P "ir" rrrri of jdnrft Vnd judffet. u 7 r cnw;grHftmt- V i;. . .tyf Jipfflf foment, J ; t- rl.? : tnd the J ' &i!;k::3 tad eon- isiumLw -f "f tovf:rjH4 virtues l j' prew to icruti- f r .Oif tDubti'c servanti-. X L t-J fully ipread before i Ilia t " H,M1 which IheleiMi i- t J r xi? acquainted with public X t i : tbe rress all J relv on it for 'TliBl rrrea' uionld nn iinfAithful ' IP Is i SAiC, ; which should Kesit ate to , fnor.t of ff.J3, however unfavorably 4j individuals of arvf name tr grada. fJ d jy pparancf pf a corrupt Pr- : r I i.:Liv..Mi.1f.i k til fmnfhff' infercri ws, tW name pit V . ' temont publicity w. also open to ,; ' I ption.'v The facta roust rtaod, ; b it f Ind - inference niay be wholly -axi - v I "i ";.".' "v r i-v.'f Vl I ' -' f jkpKEOdir.-Tlie aubject of con- S 3? md to Orton f e arebappy to eay ? yeajr. it -Kjaa thought if uch a C, )r aiA edit infn nof-ralinn. llifi ! fiad 4acltthe heiyht of national - iirir. "-l ne nenenn a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 July 1846

TBEi BOILirifei ATURDAY: JULY 11. 1846., ' 31 Mr. Wilkes computes the cost vof the road es fob. i lowi Three thousand toiler of railroad, it $25, 000 pr mile, ill amount to $75,000,000. Deduct the land damages from that amount, and it will leate, as the whole expense of building a railroad to Oregon, tbe unipf seventy-one millions two bun Jred and fiAy thousand dollars. This item of intelligence will doubtless bo Inter f?ting to some of our readers who contemplate re turning to the -United States; but we fear their hopes of steaming it over the Rocky Mountains in to short a time as eight days, will be deferred for sometime.' ; ' . .. .(.. . . . .' ..' ' ' : jc3.We understand proposals have been accept ed by the post Office Department at Washington for tbe transportation of a mail once a month from New York to ; Chagres and overland to Panama. .Two vessels are to be employed on that side, one to sail from each of the' above ports on the first of every montn. ;Three vessels are to-be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 July 1846

Hi? , v : f .w - fV; ".i; THE1 POLYNESIAN-'SATlDBDAY, i JULY II, I fe 1 I i 1 NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. ; , - tD TOM KALI IT , GEORGE PELLY GEORGE T. ALLAN. A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of the followinff. via ; ' Glass and Earthenware of aU descriptions, ' Brass Bedsteads and Sofas,' (the bedstead with ' mosquito curtain complete,) ; ' Green Baize, Blanket!, "! V" Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or qaalitjr, ' w . ' India Rubber and Cotton Braces, ' -.Clothes, Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and Horse Brashes, M. O. Pearl, shirt, patent metal and v. hit bone Buttons, . India Rubber Capes, . .. , Superfine dark blue, green, black and scarlet ' , 1 , Ladies Cloths, , . Superfine dark bluo and ast'd, summer Coats, 1 Brass Clocks, , . , ; Ivory, horn, curty, and irou mane Combs, Velvet Wine Corks, Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 July 1846

. . ' . I Si mm " . i ' mmmw ' I ' A Mm rr Vol, 3,1 THE POLYNESIAN,. Tb Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government . -s it published weekly at Honolulu Oahu, H. I. ' j. j. j Anvno, editor. TERMS OP THE POLYNESIAN. SuscairTto.--t6 per annum 6 months, 13,50; 3 months, 82, payable in advance ) single copies 12 1-2 cts Advkbtisino. A square, t2 for first three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance more than half a square and less than a whole, 91,60 for first three insertions, 30 cent for each continuance j half a square or less, tl for first three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column, tCO. Less amounts at proportionals rates. . CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, JVRINTER. Honolulu; sdrday,. july ;m, I No. 9. BUSINESS C JDS. i I BCOZ to JOB PITHUG, Pamphlets, Catalogues, Circulars, Handbills, Bill Heads, SUCH AS ( . Shop Bills, . Bills of Exchange, Bills of Lading, Consular Blanks, Blank Deeds, BUSINESS, VISITING AND ADDRESS CAR...

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