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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 July 1846

34 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, - JULY , 18, 1846. Editorial .Correspondence. - Lahaina, Jul 8d, 1846. Jir. Polynttian : 1 If we, the edittfr, (for it 1 your old gentleman that i now addressing you) had not been taken w ith a sudden and disinterested desire to inflict his ucthip on parts unknown i'or the benefit of his parts known and read of.all men, he would have even now been patting you familiarly on the back and coaxing you to say something extremely civil to youragood friends the public But we cannot always be with you, my boy, though our advice can. So now prick up your ears and give heed. We have long been aware of your tendency to talk much, and as some ill-natured people say, be too smart altogether for your breeches This is indeed a grave fault, and one which, as we are not with you now, to moderate your zeal and temper your ardor within the bounds of that most innocuous mediocrity, so heartily desired by al who have reason to faint at sight of an ink ball and shudder at the...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 July 1846

3HBB POLYNESIAN gATURnAV3 JTTf V is 1846. 35 ",1 ' BY AUTHORITY. Foaio!t OrricE, July Uth, 1845. Sit, I im advised that tha compact, of which I n. oe an atwsted cojrt1a of the character that require prorauljatioa according to taction IV, part second of the Second Act of Kamehameha III., to organize the Execu tive Departments of the Hawaiian Islands. You are consequently to publish it in your next number, together with the three letters, of which I also enclr.se at tested copies. ' ..; t ... I have the honor to be, Sir, v . . Vour obedient servant, R. C. Wvuu. J J. Jabvis, Esquire, Director of the Government Press, &c, &c.f &c. Aatictcs or Compact and Agreement entered into this thirteenth day of Juty, one thousand eight hun dred and forty-six, between His Majesty's Attorn et General on behalf of the Kino and Government of the Hawaiian Islands, of the one part, and William Ladd, Peter A. Brinsmade and William Hooper, all of Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands of the other part. Wh...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 July 1846

I i i if 1 36 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY; . JULll$fr 18& NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. 4xd roa bALC a GEORGE PELLY 4c GEORGE T. ALLAN. A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, vis ' Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Sofas, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality, India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, .Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and Horse Brushes, M. O. Pearl, shirt, patent metal and white bone Buttons, India Rubber Capes, Superfine dark blue, green, black and scarlet Ladies Cloths, ' " ' Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, Brass Clocks, , , Ivory, horn, curry, and iron inane Combs, , Velvet Wine Corks, . Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, ' " ' ' Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, ' v Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, Black silk Ferr...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 July 1846

! 'VOL-8.1 'THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government it published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. ' J. J. JAHVC3, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. ScBscatrtiON. 16 per annum; 6 months, 13,90: 3 months, 92, payable in advance; single copies 12 .a cts Advsbtisino. A square, i fortirst three insertions 60 cents for each continuance i more than half a square' and le than a whole, I,50 for first three insertions 30 cents for each continuance ; half a square or less, ai'for first three insertions, 23 cents for each continuance. I5y the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 160. Less amounts at 'proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1840', - ai r . . - . . No, 10, BUSINESS CARDS. BOOK to JOB POINTING, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hills, Catalogues, Hills of Exchange,' Circulars, Hills of Lading, Handbills, Consular lllanks, Bill Heads, Blank Deeds, BUSINESS, VISITING AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed with neatness and d...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 July 1846

38 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JULY 35, 1846. The undersigned is informed by Don'Jose Rafael Gensales, that on Ranch CO or 80 miles south of Monterey, I hero are coal mines. At San Puhlo, in the Bay of San Francisco there nro others. At the mission of San Juans', 23 miles north of Monterey, there1 are sulphur beds or mines. Fifty to e-ghtv miles north of Monterey, there is said to be several silver mines. There are several places throughout California whero the people obtain a bituminous pitch to cover tins roofs of their houses; some make a floor of it by mixing earth with it. At thoso pla ces rabbits, squirrels and birds often get half buried in the pitch, and soon die ; even horses and horned cattle are-lost th'ire. A few miles north of Santa Barbara the sea for several miies upon the coast is colored by the pitch oozing from the banks. Five or six miles from tho town of San Jose and near tho mission of Santa Clara, ft mountain of ouioksilver ore was Jiscovercd by Don Andros Castil...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 July 1846

and delight in its proht. You cannot still persevere in putting out placards stirring up anger ; stilt more are you not to repair to tho front of the Thirteen Factories, creating difficulties to the disquietude of the merchants and citizens of all foreign nations in the prosecution of their callings, ' As it behooves us we issue our proclamation to notify the people and soldiery within and without the city, that they one and all may understand that hereafter absolutely "each one must mind his own business. , Any one having matter (that requires it) can petition the officers or government and wait for THE POLYNESIAN. SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1840. tnem laiuuny io manage it. jLet there not again be a making of words (i. e, placards) under tho false pretext of Justice and righteousness, causing dis turbance, if therefore any turns his back imnn i tut proclamation) and there be a man in whom this idea arises, positively he shall be searched out, seized and rigorously rested according to law. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 July 1846

It: 'B ..I in k 40 THE POLYNllNSkTtJRPAY, JVlX-;&i ..Vt .V'.' V. NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. IN'D fOR PALE JV GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN, A Ceneril assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, viz Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Softs, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) ' Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality, , . . . . t India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and Horde Brushes, M. O. Pearl, shirt, patent metal and white bono Buttons, India Rubber Capes, . Superfine dark blue, green, black and scarlet Ladies Cloths, ' Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, Brass Clocks, -Ivory, horn, curry, and iron mane Combs, ' Velvet Wino Corks, . .. Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, . j Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, , Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, Green and DamarV Table Covers , Dimity...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 August 1846

f w IAN Vol, 3,1 THE POLYNESIAN. Th Official Journal of tho Hawaiian Government is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I, ' J. J. JAHVD3, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Si'Bscriptiom.--$6 per annum; 6 months, $3,50 j 3 Eioaths, 82, payable in advance 5 sinsrlc copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, 2 for first three insertions, 50 cents for each continuance 1 more than half a square, and less than a whole, i 1,60 lor first three insertions, 30 cents for each continuance 5 half a square or less, $1 for first three insertions, 23 cent for each continuance. IJy the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 60. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1846, Wo, U. 1 - WMWMMMMWWMWBWMWW BUSINESS cards: BOOK JOB FRJNTIITG, SUCH AS Pamphlets, Shop Hill, Catalogues, Hills of Kxchnnge, Circulars, Dills of Lading, Handbills, Consular Iilnnks, Bill Heads, Illank Deeds, BUSINESS, VISITING AND ADDRESS CARDS Executed wit...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 August 1846

: IT li ! 1 3 to !' .1 do 1 It it 0 ft Si 42 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1846. THE POLYNESIAN. Editorial Correspondence. Lahaina, Maui, ) July 15, 1S46. 5 My last wai from t certain foggy peak somewhere on an unexplored route, to the " House of the Sun," a the mountain u called, on whose tide we had en camped. Judging from the vapory condition of the atmosphere about us, King Sol spent most of his time in the garret. ' Before I was through my last epistle, the fog had become mist, and the mist rain, and down it came in torrents, as if our warm friend above hid "kicked over his wash-bucket w ith the special design of giving U3 a watsr privilege. Tho muddy fountains filled up, the ravines poi'd forth streams, and all about us looked rather wet. The only thing where enjoyment seemed not at all damp ened by the floods about, above and beneath us, was my rheumatism, which began capering over my re cumbent system as if it were out on a spree alto gether of its own. 1 looked to my ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 August 1846

THE M shoeing a respectable progress of the nation in constitutional forms, were not characterized by so much show and excitement aa those of tho 20th May, 1843. The novelty of the spectacle is over. The Hawaiian Government is now expected to con duct all its relations in accordance with the civil iacd forms they hive adopted, and the fear for tho future must be, that they will not always bo judged by the past in relation to them, but by the more perfect standards of polity which they ocek to fol low. Thi nation has much yet to acouiro amon all its classes before it can meet the full desires of its friends. In the meanwhile its humble endeavors at organization and advancement, should enlist the kindly sympathies and countenance of residents and itrangers. We are pleased to see that better, taste is begin ning to prevail among the foreign officers near His Majesty's person. The more simple their attire the better. The unmeaning crowns on tho coats arc banished we hope never to return...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 August 1846

44 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1840. MEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MUOUSOM. vd ron SALE BY GEORGE PELLY GEORGE T. ALLAN, AGeneril assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, viz Gla33 and Earthenware of all doscrip'ior.s, Bra?s Bedstead and Softs, (the bedjteuds with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Uiie, blanket?, Boots and Mioej of all description? and superi or quality, India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothe, Iliir, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash and Horse Brushes, M. O. Pcirl, shirt, patent metal and white bone Button, Indh Rubber Capes, ' Siiperlino dirk blue, green, black and scarlet Lidio3 Cloths, Superfine- dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, Br as a Clocks, Ivory, horn, curry, and iron mane Combs, Velvet Wine Corks, Plain, blue nnd twilled Cotton', Bleached und Unbleached Long Cloths, Estoppehis, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, Black silk Fene's and hair Ribbons, Blue, white and superfin...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 August 1846

THE POLIl .1 A'l 1 Vol. 3.1 HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1810', iNo. 12. KEPOIIT Orihc Minister ol' flic Interior, Ilcud before His Majesty, to llio Hawaiian Legislature, Au . 1, To the Xblet and Hepvcscnfalivcs, in Le-is-i ..... i iii. & (aiire kjouiikii aisemnien: The death of Her Highness, Keunni Ie li.uilu'tlii, tin- guardian of Victoria Kmne. liiiiiulu, tin? Pi eitiit r of the Island, and the heir of Kaahumanti the great, transpired on the 7tliof June, 1843. Hi; Majesiv, the Kinr. in the execution cflhe duties devolved on him ly the cnnslitution, wn grneiou! I leased to make cb iee of mo ti he Premier ol' the kingdom, nnd ronfeird on me the appropriate commission us announced in the government organ. The Legislative Council will perceive the impossibility f my pcrforminir the duties of tliH new office conferred upon me, nnd con tinuing to perform the duties of (invernnr of Maui as I had pr viously done. The duties of a (lovenior at Maui are exceedingly im portant; it will ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 August 1846

40 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1846. REPORT Of the Minister of Public Instruction. Read before Ilia Majesty, to the Hawaiian Legislature, Aug. I, 1846. To the Nobles and Representatives in Legisla tive Council assembled: By command of Ilia Majesty I lay before you a brief view of Education in His Majes ty's dominions. The preparation of an Alphabet in the Hawaiian language was completed by the American Missionaries on the first Monday in January 18'22, and the printing of the first spelling book was commenced on the same day. The King, Liholiho, or Knmchameha II., the Prince Kauikeaouli, Princess Na hicnaena, and other chiefs immediately be came pupils. Before the year closed they corresponded with each other by letter in the Hawaiian Ianjruajre. At the close of the year 182.3, schools were extended to the im mediate attendants of the chiefs, and at the end of 1324 the chiefs made vigorous exer tions to have schools established throughout the IsIiikIs, but the object failed ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 August 1846

THE The school of Mrs. n.mr ZTrTT w annuel' UlllKIPri f rv above was commenced on the 23rd of Feb! wary lasl and in addition to the pupil! men tioned above, has received several others some of hem the daughters of foreign 1 cnt( and others daughters of the chief?!! Her school now numbers 26 pupih, who are taught m reading, writing, arithmetic, alo :n plain and ornamental needle work and embroidery; tho expenses being borne by pupil" gUtt'dian9 of th rpective There has, the present year, been a Hih hngl.sh school commenced by Mr. Robert Gordon, lately of Boston, U. S. A., for the benefit ot children of foreign parents. This school numbers at present about 20 pupils to a majority of whom this is their native land' r here i, also an academy for missionary children at Puimhou, embracing about 30 scholars, about half of whom are constant boarders. According to the best estimate that can be made ot the aggregate expense of all these schools and seminar!, it must amount to more than $130,0...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 August 1846

I THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 8, 1846. 48 BUSINESS CARDS. SO 32 & JOB F&I1TTI1TO, such as Pamphlet?, Shop Dills, Catalogues, Hills of Exchange, Circular of lading, llunlbill?, Consular fluiiks, liill Heads, blank Deed, BUSINESS, VISITING AND ADDRESS CARDS Excsutoi wiih ticatucr-s ami despatch at this Oliice. RICHER & JOHNSON, O. P. Kicker, ) Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. M. Johnson, Jr. ) ' N. B. Wa.itcJ, bills o:i tho United Sta.tC3, Eng lmd or France, tor which mooey will b3 advanced on favorable terms. GEOR'JE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN, AOENTj roa THE HONOLULU, OAIIU, II. I. E. & II. crijies, an j dk.vi.kks ::; GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Eliah Grime, ? u,)..aL,.M, Ona- II T Hiram Crimes. "JNOLtLi, UAi.t, II. I. g. nnoDss &. oo., AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, d. ltaoics, ) J. It. Vva Pfisitr. II iNOtl'LU, OaUC, II. 1. A. P. EVERETT, U 'IP C LID lf Llli LTJ , HONOLULU, OAIIU, h. i. OiTico at G. Rhodes i!i Co.'s. Counting Room. J. r. von pfister, M7 CJ 'J? IZ CD ii...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 August 1846

T "B: JS T.V'i 0 AN A: ' f f t-' vf ' 1 .' J: " .; . ''' . i. ' f x. ' -TV- n - aTT. T , l ' r 1 t . r - ....... .. . . , , . T -, i i , , , , , ,, .-' ? I ' ' ' ' ' ." V 1 - J .V. I ' , - , ' , Vol. 3,S THE .POL'YNF.STTlSr Tb. Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government i published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. I J. J. JARVES, EDITOR. TKKMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. 5G per annum t 6 month HrA o m.ji.tln, Si, payable inUanco , i njlffi 12 l'-2 cts A o v r m t i h i so. A square, 2 for first three insertion, .1.1 cent. ior.ach continuance , more tha Elf TSfiSt a, los than a whole, ,50 for first three insertion, 3o ;imh tor each continuance, half a square or lf"t, for l.rM three insertion,, 25 cents or each continuance v ,!,, year mory than half and not exceeding a wholS -.ilmmi.ifiu. Less imounts at proportionate rotes. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1840'. INo, 13, t 1 I BUSINESS CARDS. i r- KICKER & JOHNSON, (general (gommtortou lacrcljanto...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 August 1846

50 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1840. book of nature; it gratifies dosires of influence, au thority and respect ; and tbe missionary s well as his more worldly brother is not, without these, nor if he would be actively useful should he ; but above all, his culling makes him not only independent of the world in support, but "separates him from it in its most flattering and seductive aspects. He is equally apart front the stormy passions of politics, the greedy and soul-deadening struggles for gain, the allurements of rufiued wickedrtess, and tho scarce ly less dangerous fascinations of high-bred society. Want and vice are known to him but through errands of mercy. His then is a position to practically ex emplify the prayer of A"ur. Neither poor nor rich, withdrawn from t lie world, but actively engaged in usefulness "toward it, he occupies a peaceful relation toward bis.lVSker and, fellow man ; saved by faith in the One al.i respected for good works by the other,.', .jf'v , ?...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 August 1846

THE thii charge wti denied, it . . . cause ttf French teasels of war with m,ni " on board Insisted upon it, it wal pTid Si V try having lent 10f doll. to make7phe g Huahine. The edffed omJf. U,V. several ,-tl having Sent into POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 15, 1846. were jverai,- ne nav.ng sent into banishment il. " I persons, dui who naa the reputation of k; r v I to the French .and one of hS? h fsteTlt French flag,)-the 'imprisonment of one Harris an American, who had been appointed French pilot,' for groMl insulting the Queen of the Island at a public jnetmg,--the not holding friendly intercoune with the rrenchah.pa.-.not trading with them, nor al lowing them wood and water. The latter charge was denied, the other matters very justly vindicated Capt. Bonnard.onhis arrival about the middle of January, insisted on 600 dollars as a fitte for these things, and that .an Italian, named Riccardi, should bnwe'.?do" Depi,t3r French Governor. Against allth.s the Queen Arupa,a, and her chiefs...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 August 1846

, r, V 52 THE POLYNESIAN; SATURDAY; AUGUST 15, 18, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. iVD TOR BAtB 8V (JEORGE 'PELLV & GEORGE T. ALLAN, A " General' assortment ofjGOODS, consisting of the following, viz ; ' '.- J., Glass and Earthenware of nil descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Sofas, (the bedsteads with :.- 1 ,J -mosquito curtains compels,) Green Baize, Blankets, "Roots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi ' or quality, ( ) i ( i " " India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, Hair, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash ' and Jlorso Brushes, , M, 0.Pflarl, ahirt," patent metal and white !- A'awins Buttons,- ' . 1 India Rubber Capes, V . ' Superfine dark blue, green, blaok and scarlet ''. ' Ludies Cloths, - . ' Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, ' . Brasa Clock',' 1 Ivory, liorncurrv. and iron mane Combs, Velvet Wine Corks, ' Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, 1 ; Bleached andJUnbleached Long Cloths, ' Kstoppelas", Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, Green...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 August 1846

rTR n1T rna mm mmmmmmmuammmma """""" ' ' ' " ' - m7TTmmmmmmwmmmmmammmmmmm m mm m mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmwmmmmmm-m.mm.-- Vol, 3,1 HOiXOLULU, SATURDAY, AUGlfST 22, 181, B Y AUTHORITY. !iNo. 14, Report of the Minister of Foreign lr-iH read before Hi. Majesty fti IliwillVi Legislature, August 1st, 1840. To the JtobUu andltepresentativcs of the Hawaiian Islands, in Legislative Council assembled r lian I am commanded by His Majesty to lay before you an account of the foreign relations of tKing! aom, since my last report of the 21st of Mav 1845 In that report, had the . honor to state'to you July, 1R44, certain occurrences, arisin- out of pro ceed.ngs in .the courts of the kingdom, 'having been misunderstood, had led to complaints against the government, and to a disagreement with the repre-' tentative i of the i United States at this court; that the causes of that disagreement and all the circumstan ces connected with it had been fairly laid before the government of the United States, wher...

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