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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 December 1847

122 Am. ., lave had occasion .u avai. Ihe.n- : . ; tS "k7dTa urum.ii, o"" !" . - - t. TTina vnu may tmer uww vkh . , . -t n rr TT T T A V T?.M?MHF.n 18. 1847. THE PllLYflKSlAJN. DA1'DAA impure, oy uciwMg : ... .,1 Urt Iit lancuige; by eating of certain meats', rul atao by ia"!lTh blood and death. Hence, it Tk- v.y..."-. ... ,. -i e : ii ii n.t.ie;Mi n fow remarks a spent ball.'. i w in auu, iu vuiiviu-w", - i j motion of this invention as we were, protected. "l'u w I . - We were always on the look-out. : and whenever the smone S!T;; that he who benefits the seen from the cnem) batteries the word Should receive "fi -EJK The only question is, of what nature shall iwjew e p . i i cknii Kn vn nni.iri v oi us. uiuvtiu r ,hc equivalent be? '1 ""i.T or ofovUions and water about, rewarded inairecuy uy n "J ""T' cb.,hrie.k. 1 o-morrow we our pu,Jl . . a strong shduld be shot, and To be opened " , I opened and others have been usually. other countries uy iu nee. tcr messmate I never had. He h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 December 1847

Mi, n...Mhicrn tvhile nil. SiattnttimiM mwl C.-h i to P1 tlo of religion . I . . 1 . . . . . a i . iui in puninri mun noi ue ritMteii noticing nn aecottnt ly rrwlfiit Mev f,,ur,M f ''ff',n nsitingwkh the three . Brrinl of the firt Christian mission- 1. He '.V .,nat "out A. II. 50 a I3rah .,1 -et at iiitroduMnl into Japan, the tloc ,.,.fliih writs t ho redemption of the worl.l who Inil to expiate the " fr-Ti, lhu ruuring to thcui a ful rcsur- "n1 immaterial jcrhons, ' .:!''? ,u miiiijreacnt, ouinipo- licl. the - rcaior oi au, to tw adored as the ' rrof ell ' jroodmns. "jV nut "ic fa llrnlmiinWl tort given 'to tlii rnt exclude the i!a. a we read ita ten fc rhri-tianifr miht even thus early have ..--M .'i, which ii certainly poile, Imlt. Put it is to lw oticrrcd that ,.r IV. nn JncLoM, nor any other writer J... M. jlan, tnmcsthi religion t that Fis in l:U account of Japanese Buddhism, . ,ihit th" AttriJuitnmf a beneficent Creator . .. ri!'! t''AinMa, nod relate much, oa rc- -1 in tl li...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 December 1847

124 SI)C COii; " THOU GOD SEEST BE." " Wheo my spirit wu overwhcrmed within me then Thou sneweet my prth-" VMM cxlii. 8. M? God ! whose gracious pity I may claim. Calling thee 44 Father" sweet endearing name I The suifcrings of thi weak and weary frame ; . All, all are known lo Thee. From human eye 'tis better to conceal Much that I suffer, much I hourly feel, But O, this thought does tranquilize and beal, AH. all are known to Thee. Each secret conflictwilh indwelling sin, Each sickening fcar, I ne'er the prize shall win, Eich pa"? from irritation, turmoil, din s . All, all are known to Thee, , When in the morning, anrefreshed 1 wake, Or in the night but little rest can take, . This brief appeal submissively I make ' All, J1 is known to Thee. Nay, all by Thee is ordered, chosen, planned, ' r.. Each drop that fills my daily cup, Thy hand Prescribes for ills none else can understand Q y' All, All is known to Thee. The effectual means to curl what I deplore, InmeThylonged-foraikenesstQ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 December 1847

1 1 Vol- hNo. JS2. kAal THE P0L-3CNESIAN, . Oifi'-i! CHiratlor tM f;rtutn Government, ,p4.t.Ul:t:d weekly HtJInolu!o, O&hu,!!. !. . J VMES rA JVEEDITOB. ' ; pcery v1 " 'u -y? . no -j - - - -- - 12 1 ( Rfttea mt AivrrtUinir. rMtawe, (lkrs, firt iawrtioa, l,00. each ro cr k .; ksif M)ar ( 1im or lok), tint ta, & ctv, eack cotiiouaBce.jik. ct.j Conl. no-js-. mH ecclin j oa half jif rt.lfthe yer,6,00; .'TfJin; one ;a4re, tl0,03. ' Yetrly fctVYrtising no: yis; mie half cotnnin, CM.Aff; ol xcding om B,, I04.U9. - VHj adTmikinj "limited to ths d- -f li 1 ;nT,npriu4. i irrHiy-HTe cr bis per line, lor , tri wrtioa, Aati six and ac-fuurtk ccnu iur eaoh '-- '( JTerusers ra roc .iiu to par iu aJrioce. fH iKLES K yjTCUCK, PRINTER, Lirf -AjnU for the Polynerian. Bi 4- - B.U.JarvM&Co. '.j, . li. 1'tiaiaM. . ft. 1" cian, Ward rtmiib. ,, n. Ljctu A. ColUa. Mv lat, i. II. .Uauia. -if uvn CARPENTER AND J0IN- )ER. prepired t receive .proposals for exe- c;orucrtni ciiucr sr in i utc win Brku...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 December 1847

120 C7 The British mail Steamer Tweed was wrecked last January, tmt 'probably few of our readers have Otet with the particulars of the scene, which wasQtieVVT the most re markable in the "annals f shipw reck. The following is from.tli1toniDaU7AdTer- tiser.of May lo: vvy -Jf . The Wreck op ihe British West Ixdia Mail teamer tTwEEDWe published an account of thetotal wreck of thhr vessel, with the loss of a part of the passengers, and. the imminent peril .of the residue, . a short ne aAer its occurrence. No full de scription q,the,e vent, however, had at that time reached us. The late English papers give a very full and interesting narrative o the appalling accident, and ot ine extreme peril; and the great suffering w hardtS encountered by evert penn " boafi;J well as ttne Humanea ojiert!3iea e5 ertions of tWoejicajpr; V4'V 'officers to whom the. survivors- of &djsterlwere indebted' for, their preservat jp. We cofy the following.'abridgpdtn'rrative oCthff dis aster from the London ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 December 1847

X 5 r I if" - i 5K V l t r iastcwd f til duy, every man. nc. ) i chill "rrr rfrommKlNl to li rslualJe tree near his boi m ta hit bonam. fit the day ii '? tlic;r uual pla i.-h !4 trre recommendm! to plant, each, una ii'mw iu nam iii mind; after ace of convo- mttbo. en to an (ration, address. T,,te f (t.-iMtw'rti'tn of Hawaiian Hh-tory, nibin? tUe, that should tcial to make r l.-tit trn, more industrious, anJ more at tlr wn home than ln-forc, tliVre ,,,. td.ip put ou time, very litiUTat ',t i? lionif, tofi.ii.ih, or to land, arc ''stliiirrt r ilt Mb t-enKved, b.T re thU sri' " ift",u1i'il?JlaNVnjian nat'urii. iisjfA that are pt f-oitd ucfy! at to TMnrtote r iK arc tu be tkircii wA priL-rd or cn-4 ..ynlWr, n a frrrjwM tuo-.tiation jn most A h"-" that got- riiiift lituircrri. will mV- .4 in-form in cm -eriei. Why abouM . :. vl rvligW. I nforti,l "of iJirse , ,!., t ill jiii'eila t.r !m make tbem more . I am't ttwetr'tf.at thv ; Xm-rtt-il . . -HT.ii itx.'g t. m my yirt fir inrret m I t.a...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 December 1847

r 2 2ri)eMto - THE DISGUSTED JtflFE TO HER HUSBAND. yoti promised to ltHTe'iaffyouf Dokiag, The day I conseuted to wed. - ' How little I thought yoa were Jokwe ; . v. How fondly befiejed what you saull , 4 Then, alas ! fiow'completels you fll me, . With blandishments artful and rain, , When you emptied your snuff-box una told me You never would fill it again IT' ' Those fumes, so oppressive, from puffing, Say, what is the solace that I Bows'! " And whence the enjoyment of stuffinj' ?- ; . A parcel of dust in your nose 7. , -By the habits you thus are pursuing ' TVere ca" be no pleasore"conferred j How irrational, lbeo"is m doing, v Now is it not very absurd? . , ."" " i ' v - - Ciears com to three pence each, nearly " And sixpence an ounce is your snafli-.. -,, Consider how much then, you yearly ' Mast waste on that horrible UinW, q ...-x Why, the sums ia tobacco ymi sr-od, love, , : Tl.e wealth in your snur-bor jot smt, . - v i.i L...,- n,. no enn.aove, . -? auv . o - : !f V . - ? ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 January 1848

11 f i - 1 i. - ' 4 f T F , FV .. - .-,,.4 ..,,.. ..". J,, J- . 1 ' ' - . I ., . ... J. ,?. ' 1 . - u - UONO 1 j IT T. TT 1 - S A Tnpnv. iHMn.i.nw,-.A. . THE POLYNESIAN: 75------ ' J U-XU I . J A 1 I A n V 1: v K1N , - . cw-r S2J ta A1 I I.L.J , oir.ml Journal of the Hawaiian Government, piUihed weekly at Hoaclula, Oahu, H. L JAMES J. JARYES, EDITOR. TERMS; Pv co-'t P annum, in advance, . ... tC 00 Pk enpy isontne, unact, . . - . . j 60 0 tqmre, lit line;, nrei tnaeriioa, l ,00, each con Bnocii cu.; one hair aqaare (8 lines or lew), first ..iew. rcn nnunmtci n .; Cards.no. lS.i.c.BH esceedisf m lull iqun, by ihc mr, 6,oo; f, r. J.n? an Mar, 10 ,0.1. Yearly a4ertiwof not .rtri.ol half columa, MTjO, Mot exceedm one iik, i J-'J. Yearly aJnrtiuiy Umiied lo Ute aj- .,. ,t own iain. -lj.' iirrrrimrn. TwmtT-fir ceatt per Iim, for tiM uimtoii, and six and oua-iourth ccdU for each -,ral taaertiM. I--liiu adf ertMcrt are reqeiied to pcy in advance. - CHARLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. KM AjenU fo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 January 1848

I . ' - - ..--.-. f y v.. - i I: ' J. 1 1 r a- IS' i 1.1 4: a U -s j r - i Li ISO THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. JANUARY 1, 1848. t .nTTnBr VrowpT One! Tnt Fdiut The followinz spirited pas- XVOl " - t of the moat pungent anecdotes connected sage is from the letter of a colporteur in with the fine arts which we have for a length Pennsylvania;; Has he not imbibed a full of time met with, attaches the name of the measure of forest feelings, and given utter- millionaii e to that of the greatest ana most ance to Idem in surnng language : i -u-t Afk. .ire In a former num-l The tnncrnificence of these woods VOU can uri"iuu aitioi vi &- " ; . a ; .. - , h i msnnt ouva critical anal v sis hamttr conceive. . Give me a. thousand oil rL i o:nt;nr nf The Cloture ofl these snlendid Dines, with shads like the the Smala of Abd-el-kader," w hich has since Apollo Belvidere, and I will build you a Ca becn exhibited at the Louvre. Among other thedral, a nobler Cathedral of wood, than - -.,k:k rnhc dwelt...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 January 1848

ne-r, es pn- jsf Ctlib' ho tfc ;OW .1 st bed the rocky ground, Gen. Twiggs ar- ,iib " un i-ioti ami passes on by the path uf Gen. Pillow command marched in a line for the Tillage of I izipen in which V nu""''r Infantry tvere Been v the cavalry u.ulor Santa Anna. . oYlVk our troops had arrived within If ihc ln guns in the works at Contre 9I i heavy fire was opened upon theiu from ,; .ier. The work on Contrcras were -lUiuied for the defence of the narrow j, jM. cur troop could take, twcnty-eey. , it( artiiliir leing plac d no as to bear ,, pon the difficult path and steep descent j ) M- iit from the river. Besides these ,! tliM'k le-cast orks of atone and nod, tcl to protect the Mexican infantry itur-nci-d a heavy fire upon our skirmish- to thre temporal advantage, natnr rrym d amoKt insurmountable obstacles rr ra sue traversed by toe swollen and .- j!!i, and a mile of brikcn countrv rnv. , :th n-nsh stones and rocks of volcanic or ..mtiii at every step a surface danger- i, t. new iro...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 1 January 1848

132 THE TALL GENTLEMAN'S APOLOGY. : Upbraid rat not ; I never swore "f'r. , ;'4.-; ' Eternal lore to thee, : V , For thou art only four feet high, ' . " . : And I am six feet three ; - ' ? v . I wooder, dear, how yoa supposed . - , f That I could look so low,. : There's many one caa tie a knot, ' . i ; Who cannot fix a beau. ,. " . t . " Besides, you must confess, my love, ,-. , ... " The bargain's scarcely feir, - ' For never could we make a match, Aliha' we made a pair ; - . Marriage, I know, makes one of two, But here the horrid bore, ? i ,v. My friends declare, ifyooareone,;. -.. That I at least, am lour. w , ,4 . . Tis trne, the moralists hare said, " - ' f ' That love has got no eye, - . ... But why should all mj sighs be beav ed . , For ooe who baa no aize 1 ! -..,-. ' " , AuJ oa oor wedding-day, I am aura ... ' ' I'd leave yon in the lurch; ' ,, ,' ' . , -For you never saw a steeple, dear, ?'.'2 V In the inside of a church, i ? ' 1 H wnu iw ure kin iv iug Her husband by the ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 January 1848

T r " - I ..I" ""' -' -.! ;- .-a- ; - 1 ' ' y :. ,. 101. 7 La fo!. ' -..,. i s ' mmrkK iiMfzm v. v m'5 v - : ; : . v nn ivr.n r tt r yt : oivnTTtinikTrK.. . ... i i i ll'llKi. I ImMt list i-ssesv IK '.Vt' pi CWif I a f I ' - V. THE POLYNESIAN,- nmnl Jrn lfai3 Government, Y-tfblwhed week! t IlonoIiUn. Oihu, II. I. . uiiEs j;.'jW"Vditor.:: corr. : ? i ut, ( lie fifrt HmmiA, l,00, eachtcon. bm haU imn (3 hae or Ik), firi ci.. ecu cuatiauMcc 12 cts.t UMf , uw 00; not 1 ! half column, i9.0i Rot exttifinv. -" v i- -.4 ...... .u. . O0 . ..hi l i ran uiTmnniT uuiieu u uv Up . .r rtut-ineii. Tntf-6 cni Per line, rr j. ijM-nioa, and til and oue-founh caU for rach . . - . ; A . t raiRLES E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER., ; lid A ftnU for thcliytynctun. , . n. riiMM. c yr. Vincent, iLPtHi; CAJIPEXTEU AND JOIN- rff i nrpDired la rercire proposals lor ei jjerd n iu either, or ati of lh sbovs "brtrichM at Li o'.dtand, iu Honololu."Centracf- x favor hiia Kir1 prooosal mat h assured ol rJia.ia atteatMih to tl...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 January 1848

134 CONDENSED ALMANAC. " i X 1 1848! w 1S4S S.M W JanJ JW. HI 8 340 11112,131413 Ifil7il8l9'20t222 .4loin!i2 1314 15 1. JtB, 1 7 lgi 19 2021 22 2-i24 25 2627 28 V 'SO, IM i s' 45 i 2 si?; ' 7 81 91014 : 12 6i 7i 81 9 10U1 12 1314 151617! 1&19 it. lS14'l5il617(lS19 hO 21(22232125,26 feo.2lt22i23225i26 27 28:Z ,3il J 4 5 6 7 10'H 12 13'14 iT ia io!9n'?i ! 5 fi 7i 81 9 10 ,11 1213141516!17;18 16 c 19202l:22,23;24 25 K2!f2,3U31 fe!4i25 2627 2S'29,30x 22 23 Oil Apr 1 2 3 6 6 7 d !l0,ill,ll2 1S14 15110,17118:19120,21 o q C! t 1011 121314 15 1617;i819;20;2i:22 223:24 25,27,28 3 242!26i27t2SZ9 S1.3UJ31 Mil . 189 I 1 2 S 4 6 J ! u'lO IH2 13 7.riJ0!n U9I3 415il(S17il8 u is lfi!l7!18 18-20 1920;21,22 2i24 25 21 222324 25.26)27 29,30 2S.2?a)31I JM Dec, i- ; -4 3f-4 1 )JutC J stfi 7 8 9! 10 6 7 8 1011 1314! 15 11 12 13 141516 17 171S 2021 22 18 19 20 21122:23.24 i2425.26:27. !2930 25.2621(23, t' t!HiLE5-Local-The-' NationaTpSongress continues its. 'sittings... ln the Senate, toel - railroad ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 January 1848

3 Vr 0 'St- I ' 4k COnHERCIAL, , are itMi to ViLUN Patt, Em., Collector. General of Customs, for the foOow&s p-ial Nat.aca for the year ending December 31; 1847. . v' , rnf ef Imports, Imports, Duties, :., at 1 r? J-Ma I ) .! -.gil"- duties, import"! y Miswiont, 32," IS 45 21,"2S G5 68,793 24,55i 90 i 10,340 22 I.v w. a. tree un Mi !! ,101,512 25 111! IH 1 i.i.l.til ttwi 8710.13H5II .101.512 lxrcT 1847. Tfr y '013 5- imported from ike fol)oieitg countries: . - . 8,753 55 54,781 99 53,151 42 I8,C;2 81 . 8,93 03 - 8,ti23 54 - 4,952 IM) .Vl,(i0i9 593 DO (,.rnia, ' ". .. i.!wy, 585t7 280 00" uf : f antral Anwrk-a, . . ,ia, i,iic, lAnil-4 from v h. hi, ami wreck of Thilip 4 00 2178, 6 710,138 52 numl of Imports, Extort lleceipt, $-c, at , OaAu, It. L, for the ,r vstiM 1 1 ffc Ut. lUcs. Rrlura dnrtrsi. 1 e.1. - jjO 3S7 la l3M.it la w,uj-i ut. tt o,vu is, 411 t)Ui.i,03i 33 jiti 941 IT- 21,513 91 7,00j' 2,(98 Si;47l,319 7819,4ti5 12, 734 Olf 4,890 83 j 8 31 24 53,117 7 bl.3iJ-4 il,'t u:...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 January 1848

n i fl If r . Vi ilf 5 1 s ill !i i'i! .1 ir! !; i it v . it i i. ! I ( 4- 136 TOEI)t Ho. Fm PoaglM Jerroidi afafaslae. BREAD, FKOM BRAIN. .Where ihOTroaofour liet Is wrought out io fire and smoke, There tbemighiy Volcan strives ; ' Hoi the furnace, hard the stroke : There the windy bellows llow, There the sparks in millions glew, There, on anvil of the" world, Is the clanging hammer hurl'd. - Hard the labor ! small the gain, . li in making bread from brain. Where that nameless stone is raised. Where the patriot's bones were placed, Lived he litUe loved and praised ; Died he little mourned and graced : There he sleeps who knew no rest, . There noblest by those he blessed ; ' Here rie starred while i sowing feed.; " Where be'starved the Worms now feed. , . , ' Hard he labor I small the gain, :.' ' Is in making bread from brain. t;;r;vj ; t Io that qKaniber, Jone and drear, - . , "-Sits a poet writing flowers,, .- Eriuging Heaven to earth more near, . .f t -'-. '' . Raining thoughts i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1848

aawssnBBmamawaaBw -- .. - J r... 2.. . i j.. , j j , ,- i I 1 L'-T-h-i 1 ; ft', 7 "j Mta It J rth,, -- V, V suiiaj w i . tie J ) few.) l, li ,, w 1 li'n.l - -A -' I'll )tthf f: (' m a Vrrat r- af D 4 d. 4.1 THE POLYNESIAN. ,l.-al Journal of the Hawaiian Government. rp,binea 7 uonoiuia, uthu, It. 1. jlMKS J. JAUVES, EDITOR. TERMS. u (. i OMMik,! ad ranee, oo 3 60 2J Rates of Aavertleias?. ( hne), first Wtnm, ,00, each coat. .. j it : oc imii uiura a use or leaal. hr.i rmfh K,aac H eta.; Car.la. an- li. a r'"Nm mii Baara, bj u year, ae.oo; lirtJ'"? !. t0,oi. Yearly adrniin; mi aalf calama. net exnecdiec ane ak .. iwlj admtiaiaf Limited la lk ad- I Jr,wirairfr. TntT-fie eeiitt prr line, for i , latertion, aaa aix aaa oae-4utirfe orou lor each flrtii lrrtiaTt art repaired to pay ia advance. CHlKIXS E. HITCHCOCK, PRINTER. ialoa. BToa. - fi. II. Jarvva& fa. H. rna. A Fa48f-tara, Ward Huitih. Lrrtl A. Coil A, MusrcatV, J. It. tilr. r. W. VIMCKNT, . ILPHU. CARPENTER AND JOIN- FB.m prepa...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1848

138 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 1848. Summary of Foreign New We continue our summary of Foreign In telligence, translated from the Mexican pa pers lately received per "Troubadour." MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES On the night of the 13th September, after losing all their fortified positions, the Men can arm with General Santa Ana at their head, evacuated the Capital. The retreat was so precipitate, that Santa" Ana' did not even, send word to the Ayuntamiento. But whenever the knew of the event, they sent a deputation to treat with General Scott, in favor of the defenceless city.- That deputa tion was sent off about 2, a. m., of the 14th, just in time to prevent an assault, which, it appears, General Worth was to make at 4 o'clock, the same morning. General Scott received the deputation with " exquisite courtesy," (exquisita cortesia), granted them all the Ayuntamicnto wanted, ordered hos tilities to cease, and that Mexico should be treated as a friendly city. Consequently, th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1848

iioa c: I'M I'lCStU earl eaaiitf eraj sfarj UMf. . t aroJ tTrre. e jrv ewift; he eiJ off" I beoJ I tar n bv. Idk a b. . I Hoik do I pr- re wrrc bo M an . m "ft- .je an iJ f d ft ho htre been offered several bun I i j,Jlar for small lot w ilhoot improrement w dvm inJi od ho prefer the ! land l obtaining even money to pay their : Tli frtVPrftftiPlif- (ni in n - v V . ...... .miuHl an unusual policy in this respect. . measure are now in prospect and as , the chief liceonie enlightened in respect ;jf tne interest of their country, most of j. f Jrire to see ill undouUedly come to HAMBURG. 5irn.urff i lv far the greatest commercial ..(ieniiatiy. It inbuilt 70 miles from the ."" the right branch of the Elite, in (. X, anJ long. 50, S7 E. It contains I :.acran churrhes, 9 Calvinistic, one Cath several Knglieh cha,icla and meeting i th r I rotcstant sect. The tower of K ..-fuel's 'M feet high. On the opposite tV river stand Harlmrg, w ith which a iuuiftiii is kept up by steamboat, and a,r-l ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 January 1848

I n i I-1 il k . v i if r J ;! PRAT FOR ALL: j- ' rt victo nooo. ' " ' ' "Daughter, to Prayer!" Pray tbou for all, who.living tread ','! ; Upon this earth of graves; ' " For all whose weary pathway lead Among the wind and wave: ; For him who madly takes delight , . la pomp of silken mantle bright, , i Or sw iftness of a borae; s For those who, laboring, suffer still; , . . Coming or going doing ill Or on their heavenward course. ' 4- Pray thon for him who nightly aiai Ualil the day dawn bright . . Who at eve's boar of prayer begins His dance and banquet light; Whose impious orgies wildly nug, Whilst pious hearts are offering Their prayers at twilight dim; And who, those vespers all forgot, Pursues his sin and thinketn not God also heareth him. Child ! pray for all the poor beside; The prisoner in his cell, And those who in the city wide, With crime and misery dwell; For the wise sage who thinks and dreams; For him who impiously blasphemes Religion's holy law. Pray thou for prayer is...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 22 January 1848

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Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
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