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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 September 1846

74 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1846. NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. D TOti KAte BY GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN. A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, viz ' 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. 0. Pearl, shirt, patent metal and white bone Buttons, India Rubber Capes, Superfino dark blua, green, black and scarlet Ladies Cloths, Superfine dark blue and ast'd, summer Coats, Brass Clocks, Ivory, horn, curry, and iron 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, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimitv, Black silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, white a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 September 1846

m TFIT H IF .J2A HAM Vol, 3,1 THE POLYNESIAN, , The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government i published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. 1. ' J. J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Scbscriptios.-$6 per annum j 6 months, S3,60s 3 moiiths, 52, pay able in advance j single copies 12 -2 ct AnVEjTisiNo. A square, i for first thfee insertions 63 ce ils for each continuance i more than hslf a square' a i l lns than a whole, i,50 for first three insertions 30 c;iH foretell continuance; half a square or les Si'for fict three imertions, 23 cents for each continuance. I5v th year, more than half anl not exceeding a whole column. G3. Less amounts at proportionate rutcs. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 184G, I No. 19, BUSINESS CARDS. RICKI2K & JOHNSON, (Cfcnerat ommtofi(on JHcrcljanta, O. P. Ricker, ) lT , M. Johnson, Jr. Honolulu, Oahu, II. I. N. 13. Wanted, hills on the Unilcd States, Eng land or France, for which money Mill be advanced on favorablo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 September 1846

16 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1846, THE POLYNESIAN HONOLULU. SATURDAY. SEPT. 26, 1S46. rD J arvci : JLiU you nor miBi&Ke wie aum- "", panegyric on cold water which you ave us ! Sometimes, a Jxtra of August 22df You speak of Ed- exhausted, I rtton Bulwer," a3 the author. I find the 9-d Travel, Friend Jarves f Did you not mistake the auth or of the in your Ext ward Lytton same extract, with much more in praise of cold wat er, in the Eclectic for October, 1843. This is signed E. Bulwer Lytton." How ia this? Edward L. B itwer.I take to bs the infamous novelist, whoso writings havo poNonid the minds of so inanv of both sexes, and laid propably the foundation of their ruin; Bulwer, the more infamous libertine, whose base and cruel treatment of his lovely wife deserves the uni versal execration of all the virtuous. I confess thu.t the datection of what I suppose to be a mistake in this case affords me unfeigned and high Gratifi cation, because, 1st, I cannot believe that B...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 September 1846

and evil. We see in the dancers wondnrf.il in ;; and the poetry of motion combined with a loose at tire and an unfeminine exposure. In the novels we find amid fascinating descriptions of scenes, paralyz ing to virtuo and poisoning to the susceptible mind, much that is exalted in character and even thrilling in self-sacrifice and noble devotion. ' Sue has done France, it is said a great service, in two respects, by the influence of his works. He has caused the re peal of an unjust law relating to women's dowers and management of their own property, and aided greatly in freeing the country from Jesuits. For these services he surely can be forgiven much, how ever we may deplore that his talents are not wholly bestowed on virtue's cause. California We have received letters from the const giving minute details of the revlutionary movements in that country previous to the hoisting of the United States Fla?. Cut as the public are alrcudy well acquainted with all that is of real interest, w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 September 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1846. 78 NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. " -D TO ALR BT m " GEORGE PELL Y GEORGE T. ALLAN, A General .assortment of GOODS, consisting of the following, vil Gla3 and Earthenware of all descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Sofn, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and super!' 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 man? Comb?, Velvet Wine Corks, Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and lace Caps, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, Black silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, wh...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 October 1846

' r ., , ... . 1 Vol, 3, i THE POiTynESIAN. The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. ' J .J. JARVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. SoBscRiPTio.--t6 per annum; 6 months, 13,50 1 3 mo nths, 82, payable in advance j single copies 12 1-2 els . Advettisino. A square, i for first three insertions 60 cents for each continuance ; more than half a square' and Icm than a whole, 1,50 for first three insertions, 30 ce:in for each continuance ; half a square or less, l for fiiM three insertions, 23 cunts lor each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. iGO. Less amou.its at proportionate rotes. " 1 i . CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1846. BUSINESS CARDS. RICKER & JOHNSON, (General Commission JUcrcfjimto, O. P. Ricker, ) ir , .. . M. Johnson, Jr. "oholclu, Oahu, II. I. . N. B. Wanted, bills on the United Stutcs, Eng land or France, for which money will be advanced on favora...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 October 1846

80 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3,1846. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCT. 8, 1846. Oregon Spectator and Oregon, It ti really refreshing in this arid, enervating at mosphere, to see the arJor with which ihe Oregorii atis labor for their new country. A trifle of their enthusiasm and hardy goaheaditittnttt would do wonders, for our little kingdom; but the foundation for the sentiment is wanting, though we have enough ot nerve and muscle for the enterprise, provided it can ever have an opportunity to deve lope itself. An Oregonian is a veritable landlord, he owns the soil he turns up, and considers himself a fixture in the country. It is his home. Hence his zealous pa triotism. He is laboring for himself and his children, and each settler consider himself one of the fathers of a great nation, to be honored in future ages as were the builders of Rome, and the Pilgrims that first trod Plymouth Rock. But here we arc a migratory race. "Few think of t"his land as their permanent ...

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

THE POLYNESIAN SATURDAY OfiTOBRB. 3, 1846 81 it 11 1 ICT The U. S. S. Columbus left on Monday for Valparaiso and the United States, Boston being her dastimtion. As we shall rarely, if ever, be visit,! by larger ships than this vessel and the Collingwood, we have taken pains to procure a draft of thoir rela' tive dimensions and armaments. U. S. S. Columbut, built at Wathington, 1817. TONNAGE, 2600. Extreme length of spar deck, main gun deck, breadth of length of lower gun deck, breadth " Depth of hold, Draft of water aft, " " forward, Length of main mast, Diameter, " main-top mast, Diameter, main-top-gallant mast, Diameter, main yard. Diameter, SAILS. Yards canvas, GUNS. 208 ft. 198 53 190 63 23 24 . 23 118 6 in. 6 70 35 105 42 22 12 25 14,000 Lower gun deck, Miin deck, Spar deck, 4 8 inch of 63 cwt. 2632 prs. 60 ( 4 8 inch of 63 5 2332 prs. 232 prs. 5 2232 60 of 60 carronades, 86 COMPLEMENT. Officers, Petty officers and seamen, Ordinary seamen, Landsmen and boys. Music, Marine offic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 3 October 1846

82 NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. N" FOR A t. E BY GEORGE PELLY Jfc GEORGE T. ALLAN, A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of 2jJl. the following, viz Glass and Earthenware of all description?, Brass Redheads and Sofa, (the bedstead. with mosquito curtains complete,) Green Baize, Blankets, Boots and Shoes of all descriptions and superi or quality, India Rubber and Cotton Braces, Clothes, H iir, Tooth, Blacking, Whitewash 4 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, andiron inane Combs, Velvet Wine Corky, Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloth??, Estoppelas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, late and lace Caps, Green and Damask Tabic Covers , Dimity, Black silk Ferrets and hair Iiibbonn, Blue, white and superfine white Flannels, Sailor' du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 October 1846

o Vol, 3,S THE POLYNESIAN. The Official Journal of the- Hawaiian Government, m published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. J. J. JAHVES, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription. -46 per annum; 6 months, $3,50 3 miths, 9i, payable in advance) single copies U 1-2 cts Ai)VEitTtsiNG.-A square, $2 for first three insertions 5J cents for each continuance s more than holf a square' amlless than a whole, t,50 for first three insertions 3o cents lor each continuance half a square or less Si'for fir.t three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance Jv tho year, more than half and not exceeding a whole column. 50. Less amounts at proportionate rotes. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. BUSINESS CARDS. IUCKini & JOHNSON, (Enteral (Commission &X cvclj ants, O P Rickcr "i M. Johnson, Jr. $ Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. N. 13. Wanted, bills on the United States, Eng land or France, for which money will be advanced on favorable terms. GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN, AC.ENT3 FOR THE HUDSON'S BAY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 October 1846

84 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1846. THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY, OCT. 10, 1846. The Riots and Disturbances of last week. So far as we have been able to gather, the follow ing is a correct and brief relation of their origin and results. A Scotch carpenter, by the name of Mc Lellan, belonging to the brig Euphemia, had petted a little boy, the son of a Mrs. Brash, an English woman. On Monday afternoon the child came to McLellan, who was then irritable from drink, and annoying him was rudely repulsed. He fled to his mother, who became enraged, and abused McLel lan. The latter retorted by opprobrious terms, and Mrs. Brash called for the constables to take him to the fort. McLellan fled to a loft, and there resisted m the attempt to apprehend him, by beating otf the constables as they approached. They finally secur ed him, and, irritated by his defence, used unneces sary severity in taking him to the fort. Some sailors interfered, and a riot commenced. One of the Ju no's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 October 1846

Abd-ol-Kader had caused to be cut the throatiof of the three hundred French prisoner which were in his hands. The Minister of War had received an official account or that atrocious butchery. sr . - m i roTBuL,- mere narj been a revolutionary movement, ending in the fall of th f rn I j.i " Giuliani vi bral, and the accession to office of the Duke of PaL nieiia. There are several articles in regard to the South A ' Tl 1 I ' t ... American uepuoucs, ior which we have neither time nor space for the present. English Vessels of War in the Pacific. ' Ra,te Nme- Guns. Commander. anip-oi-wic-HTO v,oni..gwood, 60 Sir O. F. Seymour. Kisgard, THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1846. 85 Frigate it ii Sloop ii Steamer Juno, Talbot, Carysfort, Herald, Modeste, Daphne, Sampson, Cormorant, Salamander, Frolic, . I'andora, spy, i Crigatitine Total number of guns, 335 American Vessels of War in the Pacific. 50 Martin. C. K' 42 J. A. Duntz. 26 P.J. Blake. 2G Sir. T. Thompson. 26 Seymour. 26 Henry Kel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 10 October 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1846. 86 NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. J160RS0M. VD FOR ALE Br GEORGE PELLY GEORGE T. ALLAN, A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of jfUL the following, viz Glass and Earthenw are of all descriptions, Bras Bedsteads and Sofn, (the bedsteads with mosquito curtains complete,) Green liai.e, 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 rnetal and white bono Button, India Rubber Caper, 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 Wine Corks, Plain, blue and twilled Cottons, Bleached and Unbleached Long Cloths, Estoppclas, Regattas, and Furniture Prints, Muslins, lace and late Caps, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, Black silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, white and s...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 October 1846

J fit IP (Q) LYME IAN Vol. 3,1 THE POLYNESIAN, The Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government, is published weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, H. I. J. J. JAHVE3, EDITOR. TERMS OF THE POLYNESIAN. Subscription,--! per annum; 6 months, 83,50; 3 moaths, 82, payable in advance j single copies 12 1-2 cts Advertising. A square, 2 for first three insertions, 59 cents for each continuance s more than half a square, an :! less than a whole, 11,50 for first three insertions, 30 cents for e ch contiuuance half a square or less, Si for fitst three insertions, 25 cents for each continuance. By the year, more than half and not exceeding a whole coluinn, 460. Less amounts at proportionate rates. CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. HONOLULU, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 184ft INo, 22, THE POLYNESIAN. BUSINESS CARDS. RICKER & JOHNSON, CQfrnrral 'Gommtoftfon iUcctljantfl, M.JohJr. Honour, Oahu, II. I. N. B. Wanted, bills on the United States, Eng land or France, for which money will be advanced on favorable terms. G...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 October 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1846. 88 THE .POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. OCT. 17, 1846. Denmark. The presence in our waters of His Danish Majes ty's frigate Galathea, (the first Danish ship of war that ever visited our Island) naturally leads us to make some remarks upon that ancient and respecta ble Kingdom. Tho Kingdom of Denmark, situated in the North t( Europe, contains ahout 22,680 English square mile?, and a population of about 2,200,000 souls, including Iceland, which has ubout 51,000, and tho Faroe Islands, 7000. Tho population is composed of four distinct races. 1st. Tho Danes, who form the great mass of the population and occupy the Islands with North Jut land, and three-fourths of Schleswig. 2. The Ger mans, who possess Holstein, Laucnbcrg and part of Schleswig. 3. The Ftisons, who inhabit the islands along the west coast of Jutland and a part of the bailiwick of Husutn in Schleswig. 4. Tho Angles, who live between the bight of Flensburg and the Schley, on the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 October 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1846. 89 Important from the United States 1 1 We stop our press to announce the arrival, at La haina, of Mr. II. Lindsay, Editor of the Whale men's Shipping List, at New Bedford, bringing de spatches via Panama, to the United States Commis sioner, with a Circular to whaling masters from their owners. By him we have the pleasure to receive late letters from the United States, and popers and news to July 1st. Mr. Lindsay carne via Panama, thence to Callao and Ililo in a French corvette from Hilo to Lahaina in a whaler. His dates are New York, July 1 Jamaica, July 21 ; Panama, Aug. 3; Callao, Aug. 5. At the latest advices, no appre hensions to American commerce whatever were en tertained from Mexican privateers, and it was be lieved the Mexican war would soon terminate. The ship masters at Lahaina express the most lively satisfaction at the arrival of this news and in tend holding a public meeting to that eflbct. The following is a copy of the Circ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 17 October 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1846. 90 NEW GOODS, JUST RECEIVED PER SHIP AD. MOORSOM. 4ND FOR SALE UV GEORGE PELLY Ha GEORGE T. ALLAN, A General assortment of GOODS, consisting of iU. the following, vix Glass and Earthenware of all descriptions, Brass Bedsteads and Softs, (the tdteadj 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 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, Green and Damask Table Covers , Dimity, Black silk Ferrets and hair Ribbons, Blue, white and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 October 1846

V-w . . . ,. ....... ... .....i-. , , -.- . - .---- ... ,.. ''.' . . .. . . ' ." -' I '- I . -1 - t . - ; . Hi TREATY" j SITWCttt TH KINGDOMS' OF T HI Hawaiian Islands and Denmark. "eolliled t by B. O. Wf tilt, fc.qnlre.'ir. H. M.'i Ministrr of vForrtfn Retationa, attttor cpaolal powtra. and the Chamber- onder genrl lnnruciion, for ihtbenelli of banUh thiol ping and commerce. ' " . , ' , - ';:1HAWA1IAN.. No ka makemake nui ia o ke ' kuikahi, a me ka olelo ae like iwaena 6. Denemaka, a me ki Hawaii Pae Aina, DolHila, a noia ma nao, ua hooholo maikai ia keia mau 'Pauku iwaena o na Aupuni o Denemaka, a me ho Hawaii Pao Ainag arua kakauin na inoa. Pauru I. K mau ioa aku no ka malu, a me ke aloha iwaena o ka Moi, ke Alii o Do neinakn, a rno ka Moi, ke Alii o ko Hawaii Pae Aina a iwaena hoi o na hooilina, a me na hope o laua.':; ' , . . ... Vkvkv II. Mann kuleana maoli, a inena kino, a me ka uaiuai, e luiomaluia ka poe o ka Moi.ke Alii o Dtmemnka e noholn mala lo 0 ke Alii o ko Hawaii Pae...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 October 1846

fr1 : 1 92 -t.it f it J t '::f 1 i 'I ;i-v ," (1 r , ',4 '" i 1 1 s ' 1 ,. 1 v v. THE, POLYNESIAN-. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. OCT. 24, 1846 CJ" The visit of the Chamberlain, Captain Steen Bill, of II. D. M.'sship'Qalathea, will be memora bit, for the Treaty which 'we thia day give' to" the public. r - ; ;W .. ?. ":; It is fortunate that, in furtherance of Danish ahip pinjj and commerce, he found it within the acopo of his instructions to negotiate such a Treaty, which, ' '.' while it socuref to the subjects of His Majesty, the King of Denmark, all the advantages of every kind, Vthat ran be claimed by the most favored nation, re- ' spects the rights of His Majesty to the fullest ex tent.. ' ". J This was 'a most delicate matter to manage. Captain Bille, "it appears to us, haa achieved it most successfully; and we ascribe to him the more credit for it, that he has done so, in no hasty or superficial manner, but after a careful inquiry into the working of other treaties. :' iWe shall, when w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 24 October 1846

THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1846 93 BY AUTHORITY.' K.VOW ALL MEX BY THESE PRESENTS, That having duly considered the Treaty signed on the 19th inst., by our Representative, R. C. Wyllie, Esq., our Minister of For eign Relations, being empowerd by us for that purpose;-and on the part of His Majesty the King of Denmark, the Cham berlain, Capt. Steen' Bille, of the Danish Frigate Galathea, acting under general in structions from the King', his Lord and Mas ter, we do hereby ratify and confirm said convention, and order that it shall, from and after the publication thereof, have the bind ing force of law, to bo so taken notice of, acted upon and administered in our courts. In faith whereof, we have hereunto sub scribed and caused the Seal of the Hawaii an Islands to be affixed, at the ' Palace in Honolulu, Island of Oahu, this twentieth day of October, in the year of our Lord 1846. - ' L. S. Signed, KAMEHAMEHA. " Keo.vi Ana. Department of Foreign Inflations. Be it known To all ...

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