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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 February 1848

I. I 1 ! Til V POJYNESIAN SATURDAY, prc huh A 11 Y 20, 1818, I . tO 1 11 r U Jj I ISI 0 1 A IN , O ii X V XVAa A Admiral Ba- CO" U hert are , t. 6 . l 1 TTT ..nifted KTIMNw' """'-7.; I i - . I m T-r i-l TkA T XT "XT Tl O T 1 AT lOLQer inOUlucrfl. m uwtw" . .. I .Ki l.v M. Uliion. me " I . . a i Vv r aw a air a n vn i t i a a - li aw ivii ni -- a a . w i . in a recent numocr ui mo m SATURDAY FEB. 26. 1343. public and in private me; D iae i - . Tone. 2' . ,M ser. the following remarkable .account -of a HONOLULU, SATURDAY, k luH. go, iw. P rf mr t . n I ... b mamage which was celebrated in New Jer- vKWe hare "endeavored in pur previous defen(, QWn c,, of conduct and attach fMj y M D ,M), ,.o,ilenuit , attended by tLffTrrZ Uame. to the.r oe.gnoor., ." ' "J" :rrhV;mi-. M pprfinrmite that urM 5!?? ka. oeur"' "countries arc too apt to wrowwiui j- r. wU1 , ,(inl rirt U - PcBLJ. AND THE PtlUMID OF CHOLC IX.- The city of Puebb, the second in importance - ia the Republic of Mexico in point of ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 February 1848

0 ,f thMi f real ki powerful nations, " ...I.. r 1 kl,fH georouiy rorn- iui nsru a no r the itnirpcndns tl one f thestuall ' ib, rrlLrrn. liul I think I ran intt.incr , i- within the ran of possibility, ,1- Man aiian govertimrtii, weak a it .', i-. ptcd of spark of patriot d" itideprrMlcnce, mM fcl com i f nj,;,"c, locr to fofre, to th last rx- t ..jkx that ('real Britain and ltuia Xt . mi I that a ltuian o,;nlron is wnt ' '' f'f 'be in i fold jiirj)oe of . . f the Uuiati settlement lo ttir north a y. aii-l f d?tro) iiitf llriti-h commerce It might iar M the mind of j ... .ii 'i;iiii4utlrr llial he could iikW rf. raif) "Ut the M tiaiittM object of hi hii"g N--ri of thce iidainU, ,.i uj) central ilitn, ami he would : in.leair, without hesitation, to ob .hhi tif thriit, Mag? thing air dona ,,. .-iny, ultimo of war, that would net, ;f ii Mif "C lce, and the F.mperor of .,-' ?"1 acknowledged the itidctwrt , lU, by treaty or ntherwW. , Ku.iu frigate with lire hundred men . ,.tc to lAe Me...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 February 1848

164 itlje (Dlio. THE RETURN FROM INDIA. Written by an officer long resident in India, on his return to tngiauu. I cam?, but tbey bad pawed away . The fair in form, the pure in mind j And like a stricken deer I stray, . Where all are mange and none are kind, Kind to the worn, the wearied aoul. , That pant, that struggles for repose: 0 ! that my steps bad reached the goal Where earthly sighs and sorrows close ! Tears have passed o'er me like a dream, - .that leaves no trace on memory's page . 1 look around me and I seem Some relict of a former age. . . . - Alone as in a stranger clime, " Where stranger voices mock nay ear I mark the lagging course of time . r Without a wish a hope a fear ! Oh, I had Lopes but they are fled ! And I had fears which proved too true ! My wishes, too but they are dead And what have I with life to doT ' Tis bat to bear a weary load, I may not, dare not cast away 1 To sigh for one small, still abode. Where I may sleep as sweet as tbey ! As they 4ue loveliest...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 March 1848

-'... ' " - ....... . i . . - t r f 4 fct r V . , , - - - - - - ----- - ... 4. , ; :-. . . . .-.r- , rp' 4 - v-r : - r? .-. HE POLYNESIAN, - , J J.iurnlof the Hawaii? Government, .;iUiJ weekly at Honolulu, 0bi, II. I. ktlK E. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. term's. L . r" na , - -too '. ,, ut -.nlhsw aJfance, . . . . . . . 3 SO Rale of Advertising. -,'.(! !"). irt. i,no, each coo t ; " iare (t hnr or le), hr-l ,n c. , ' eoiianc lt ci. Card, no r n hail" !, .y Ihe year, es.wi; ,. ,. t . ttu.tKt. Yearl rail ten minf; nt ,. k'i ei'uas. vtnej not etcredtnf, one .. ii Vrarly Jvrri(if limned la Ike fctl- (f. ii.rt. Teeuijr-Bre cent per doe, for ,.1'im, at mm! one-fourth ccata (or each ..ii nartii. .j, tln-eiiaer are required to pay in advance. X, J A.fcnii tk Polynrtian. H piutaa. Biti, . . fl P. Jarre 4k Co. . k I !" f'B4 i-o, W.ral ftmiih. , t.u ll.. Mira. J. II. Ulraaoa. c. w. vincext, IPl.K, CARPENTER AND JOIN- X u prep.red lo receive proposal fr ete tr Jr t in either or all of the above bunchee ,...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 March 1848

J! pa, w ho did not want for penetration, but in the words of an old manuscript, "was very wise and discreet, a friend of knowlctfg'and subtile of understanding," soon found out that the Spaniards were at least as eager to accumulate gold as to disseminate ineir ren wiftn He offered to buv his liberty, and a ... ' -nsv.,. full r.f rrrdrt vis thf nrommoilS ransOITi 1 Will IWfta v.. ' ' -" J- ' : . . t j amis, without attemotinff their conquest. e propuscu. I - " ' ' .K-ftM.lvea pizarro having accepted, or allowed nis seintu upon mc wui, uwiuumg -- : n rnn wun extreme uiiii'juu v. wrought by three centuries in the'world be yond the Atlantic. JThe difference in the manner,of foundation of the Euglish and Spanish empires in America b not more striking than: the contrast offered by their progress and present, conauion. r i ne x-.- THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 1, 1818. THE I. POLYNESIAN. T hpurhe has to keeP:a daubie watch, ,jcp emjo om-m . .yuug attcnt;on bdn Let cs lxcgh. We like to ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 March 1848

IF. a. !' I'S. i .0 rr.!. ... I c IfJ i.r j i Ha: I- ni I ft T, -V u 5 iritl on 'he Baltic not to employ V-f " ,'"''r 0r'' dorutnenu any oth- than the Kaian. To effect thin, a II p uahI to e try consistory, at 4 ' of the gnvrmuent, with, salary of. .a-r annum, mc government lias' o'irc for the Lest statistical descrip- 1, pro mm r, aiKi nrn oi racn ronsid .if the empire. Tbee prizes w ill ..4.l nn di.U, of the value of 300 and , The ftumWul works will le pub-ib- government, and 30 copies will be t.i the author, with the right rescrv ' ,4" ptj!lihn; hiinmlf all subsequent f hi work. ut w caljiiM t of the .VoJcralc$ had r Je-e of t!wir go-ahead (jirogrttitla) : !v lint revolution in the cabinet, 4 ;, J th tt ihr rival inrluciK-e which op j ,.!lnT in Spain had been rotnplf iely The British influence represented by ..iirin'ir.i and his ministers had given i . . rr. ?5 !tf In. 1 'Wild h influence over the new cabinet of T!n was coinMMd as follows Uai i Maria de Narvez, Minister ofj ..j o...

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

JU V., J! i! j '(: C!C: Ho; IC7 We copy the following beautiful line from k. y.mhr number of Graham's Marazine. Tbey are from th pea of J. T. Fields, E-f Boston: , ' ' .1'.;.-' " fair wind: .. O who can tell, that never wled Among the glatsy eea., How fresh and welcome break the inert. That others io a breeae! . Fair wind! fair wind! alow, aloft ... All hands delight to cry As leaping through the parted wave . The good ship makes reply. While fore and aft, all staunch and tight, She spreads her canvae v-ide, " The captain walks his throne, the deck With more than monarch's pride, For well he knows the sea-bird's wings. So swift and sure to-day, . . . . Will waft him many a league to night In triumph on his way. ' Then welcome to the rnshing blast. That stirs the waters now - Te white plumed heralds of the deep Make music round her prow! Good sea-ioom in the roaring gale Let stormy trumpets blow . But chain ten thousand fathoms down The sluggish calm below! '' " a dramatic scene. QWe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 March 1848

.... ,. : " , . ' : - -V H 0 IV TTT IT IT Jimir ir, . . .. ... ' - r ' - mil iiiii ii i n 4 n mi " ' I mm swasBBSsasBa THE POLYNESIAN, . i . . I . I" . t . t f : " ii ii 'P4mti vi i Hawaiian uovcrnment. p ijii.uoa weeny at Honolulu, Uabii, II; I. ClllULKS Ii. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. On '":? P'f .nnaa, araace, . 6 00 3 60 1. c,') Mt iimniiu, Balance, . . . Itnte of Advertising. M WMYinHi, I to, each en. ,..t : i half a-juare lines or le), for! ...I, cis., racn cnuunuaare I J cI ; Car In, Bi . i.. i.it d." iiaSfouc half s.uare,,y lit year, t6,W; ... ,-J,N(iif''H.e,tUi)j. Yearly aJTrrttsmg n..l ,,..., it i.,ie hilf ct n, SV) OA; if eie-rdins; our i!" . Vcarly Jrruinj limited lo the ad- liHfM. t'-ri' '" rfvw-iwruX. Twenty -ne cents per line, for , jft m-'-moa. a '.J hit a ad ouo-lutirlii ccul fur each , -(ai insertion. lucA air.ier are requited to pay ia ad ranee. L'J of A frnltfor the PtAynetian.. ' ... . H. - win. iwro, . ; D Jarvra A lo I IkM iaro, Ward at faink. H. !un.au. H in. L...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 March 1848

It J ! I- 1 0 it I t ! no From the Chnrchmsn's tfoBtluv Penny Nafsane-l AN INDIAN FAMILY IN THE OREGON TERRITORY. Any one accustomed to read books of traY el3, will find frequent reference in them to the missionaries we have sent out into for eign lands. These are almost universal! in favor of missionaries. Indeed, in a long course of such reading, the only remarks I have ever met with that have been otherwise, have been all written by men who are evi dently loose in their moral feelings as well as in their religious opinions. To my mind, testimonies of this kind to these devoted men come with much greater force than any other. They may not be of credit than what we hear rPrnini7 them from the avowed friends of missions; but they teem more deserving oil it, as coming from impartial, ana somejimes reluctant witnesses, men who have no end to answer in the testimony they give, but only relate things as the themselves have seen them. They-describe a missionary and his doings just as' th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 March 1848

-r The undersigned hereby rives notice to II-. - - I - - ... tf. r generally, mai uy autnority oi ,.r tli- Kin?, he hi issued instruction to , ! "imtI of Cutonia to admit from ,tt. r date, at a duty of 5 per crnt. al rfrni. rian t, Itordcaus, Champagne, and ,r w inr of nt over 18 percent, alcohol: : !c ! tli-v Ik accompanied by a consular or i..ue certificate of w hat country they are ,ri,tli or produce. li. P. Jritu, M inintcr of Finance. ,.urv Ollice, Teh. 29, 1 MH. . FinLirri, Koi tie Francii a tous ceux c, . ire-ntcs Lettrcs verront, saint: ,nii! u n , A.Tuinic it- i raiic coiinu a uono c 1 Marn de la prernte annee ciil-huit-,ii.rantc-.ix, entre nous et notre bon ami le i, Sandwich, et igne,en lan-pe fran . ,i en l in;u des lie Sandwich, par notre ,,,;rti:iaire charge d'ntie minion ppecialc, .h riiMiijtotentiaires de notre dit Ion ami , a rot uVt de Muroir eu bonne et due d..ut le tcxte francais est, mot pour . !1 nj roomi f KJi-i'Mjui; , iniip eyant demontre la conretuince dc ....

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 March 1848

f "A i i i r t 172 EARTH'S ANGELS. Why come not spirits from the realms of glory To vi-it earth ma in the days of old, The lime of sacred writ and ancieat story 7 Is bearea more distant 7 or has earth grown cold 7 0.1 Bars I fazed, when snoset clouds receding ( Wared Lks rich banners of a host gone by, To catch the gleam or some white pioion speeding Along the confines of the glowing sky. Aai oft, when tnidnijht stars in distant chil'nes Were calmly burning, listened late and long, But nature's pulse beat on is. solemn stillness, Bearing no echo of the seraph's song. To Bethlehem's air was their last anthem eiren, -When other stars before The One grew dim 1 Was their last presence known in Peter's pnon 7 Or where exalting martyrs raised their hymns 7 And are they all within the Tale departed 7 There gleams oo winy along the empyrean now ; And roant a tear from human eyes has started, . Since angel touch has calmed a mortal brow, r - . i. : V No: earth has aaeels, tho' their forms ar...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1848

m i n i . i . - - . . h " " - jr. . pk fit L I I P. ffTA JKrL JP I CV r I ' S ii it i I i vv ni i &mv-r.i. i irii iv, i -''A. Arr 7v.:" '-Ty'ssj ..a os&jWV My . MmMMi Mv 1 f. i -ILL: IL. 1 1 ..' Ifw. lr ror r POLYNESIAN, , Journal of tho Hawaiian Government, .J aeesly al Honolulu, Ualiu, II. I. r K. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS, , i iiiHm, in advance, - I i n,..aiti, ia alliance, 00 . . . 3 50 Kale of Advertising. ., t, .u-). hrst insertion, st, OA, each coo ; ov half square (S lin or Ie,,, brt ,.. , cava contiaesace 13, clv.j Carua.no , iiiijuu' halt finrr-,.j- the yrar, (.,!; . ! . Yearly Ivetlisin not J, s, i ru u'iia. a.'l.x); u( en-rediac ox ., rAily aJrttiinj liinilttl to Ute ad- , menf Teoty-ie eeaU per line, for rN a iJ kit aatl ne-lonrth cent fur each ,.n.ii"f r rcju i red la pay in advance. L. f .1 ern . rnr A i'otfnrsian. BUSINESS CARDS. JAMES PEACOCK, Plain anl .fatten Book anb Job printer, Pamphlets, Catalogue, Circular, Handbill, liill Head, IS raEPABKO TO KSECTTB ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1848

V THE POLYNESIAN, gAY MARCH 18, 1848. V THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. MARCH 18. Typee and Omoo. HtaiUJi Mtivri.tr, the author of Typee and Otnoo, ha acnouased another rolame ahortly to be publish!. The popularity of Mr. Mel ville's writings must bare greatly astonished biro- aelf. The ease with which he atretchea the in cidents published -in the firat edition or sy pee ovr eeveral volumes, la remarkable. The fir edition of Typee, embracing the entire wan dering of Mr." Melville," including hia residence at thia place, having been received favorably, a revised edition was produced omitting all except his residence in the Valley of Typee. The re vised edition of Typee was then followed by Omoo, which is to be followed by another still "Tomoo" perhaps, which of course must treat of his residence among us. ' Doubtless most of our readers have read Ty pee and Omoo. As works of fiction, written in a brilliant and captivating style, and abounding with graphic 'sketches of sea-faring ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1848

I. L "-ft J 'r,J 111 J Hlf, lb Hlh i ftkJ ) t rr( Ih.t, ui 0 i-J 11 W ur. dm II inn lldrj i, la ' I'MH t. Ill tin lr. Jck tb : tu W m m l i I tke a H ll. the i. ri ft l..t 9 c mtt ! M' k 4 1 5" i III a ' i -j f te I i ii ..Minn in- w- e" The resolution of ibe King of Denmark, fXtnt the abolition of elatery in tbe Danish Cft In'' Colonies, which m m mentioned Mime af. has ,rr,, alljr announced. The .1 JrkO .lataxl t li a Ol..k 1..I.. l at ' 4r,tian VIII., by l be grace of God King ofj IrfttH"' i ,. iff a rnf justic ami philanthropy, and , t in" ""r r"Vel mniilrratim the wi ll leing r rohiii- m v est irMim, ami me in i.f the pl.intere in the mhmie, we herHiy h arbitrary (toner hk-h the owner of n rrrri otrrthem ihitll he wholly , , ... ti; Imt in onh-r t protect all th- rr mmttihiI, hikI that the niTr-ary niea I" taUfii f-r prt pnrmj tin- who are , ("! en thut rhanjfi hliull not take alii rlhe ekiiratioii uf Iwclic )-ar : l lie 'I te of the aiiKooiirciiM-iit of tlii reM u I ilunii tha...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 March 1848

f V re Zt)t Ho.. i - r . e- r The rolbwiDffWuiiful lines arc from ibe pen of! the lamented Willis Cavloed Ulara. - ney Dream n very odor of Spring, tad the teaching tenderness of a sen sitive and fceluig heart: . The Sorins's acented buds all around me are swelling. There art soog in the streaa,thcre U health in the gale; A cDe of delight in each bosom u dweluog. As float the pure day-teams o'er snountain and vale ; The desolate reign of Old Winter is broken, . The verdore is fresh upon every tree r Of Nature's revival the charm and token Of love, oh thoa Spirit of Beauty! to thee. The sun looketh forth from the halls of the morning, And flushes the clouds that begirt his career ; . He welcomes the gladness and glory, returning To rest on the promise and hope of the jear. He fills with rich light all tbe balm-breaihing flowers, He mounts to the tenith, and laughs on the ware ; He wakes into music the green forest-bowers. And gilds the gay plains which the broad rivers late. ' ' ""' ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1848

.4 . J.! E POLYNESIAN. ) , of Hewaiiaa Gotcrnmeut, .i mtky el ll-HXOlttlil, Uahw, . I. r K. HITCHCOCK, EDITOR. TERMS. , tim. ia iJ'iw, - !!, 10 If , . 00 - - - a so . il ( of AdvcrlUiec. , i h-), brl mrrit-, ei,oo, each ma. , . u i- !. I v)Ur (4 or less), brt , rvk eotnnce l c.j CarUs, no. , t.-. hall juare,!., the year, at.lhl; . ,. . j tttf '. V early aJfectiainf: not , .,.(' r M, ; iHi exce-Nting; otic im.i aJtertt.a liuufd to tb ad. . . ,". Tweety-ft-a een per liar, for . ,,. iJ tl oae-loorth cat lor each i. k rtVf af required 10 I ia aJrance. ' .1 r, nh r Iht ...' yTirnoFi. Ra.. - J t Jirmt (. a. I a i V a4 iaiia. Mutna.t. J II i.tramm. i 4 - t. w. VINCENT, li. (WUPKNTER AND JOIN- ; rprrJ l recoite ncopoaxi fur ea . mritiirr or all of Ilia abut br,nche . h.t u il 'and, in Honolulu. Contract. , ,r h,m a i a proposal mi b aaaured ol t t'tcniHtM to the Miaf, and that hi , ; l upnn Icrma aa reasonable il any other establishment. Hi i-jt'i-ag ara mwrpeaed, and hta work orJer. Any wo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1848

178 THE POLYNESIAN, SATURDAY. MARCH 25, 18KS? THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU. SATURDAY. MARCH 85. Referring to our Jfo. 41, we would again revert to the present proapecta of the country. It is a subject never absent from oor thoughts, and one, the Importance of which we consider paramount. In the discharge of our duty as an editor, we feel bound to keep it constantly in Tiew ourself, and ever and anon, as opportunity offersoroccaslon seems' to'demand, to press it upon the attention of all classes of our home reader$lTbus acting heretofore we hare en deavored to discharge our duty faithfully. Would to bcarea, that every one concerned, whether among the rulers or the people of this nation, would recognize in an equal degree with us the importance of this subject and labor ac cordingly. ' We have often urged the necessity of a speedy adoption of measures calculated to develope ef fectually and without delay, the resources of our islands ; and we have met on all hands and from all manner of p...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1848

1 1 ji rtf Mk, Me, "iVat 'rot. i um t. "d it. . t ilid " k.t Lv S-tUrJ "aOi in U. trrajJ i "ft f u '"gh t, u. 8 ted ; HTJ ' Ul tb he rr Jlu; cat I iheT n ti iuikW m! f. net M iimml tbf I leer 'b all. i'.lo fwt I f ly flWT rent- Win tar. r in k.b. 1- !l C J lb-1 t" dl itt ' fra ( I 4 t ;.it let I 4 1 10. I' I l'i 0, 3 I arjabir4 ) !B. lL'POT and his family. tjr. n!it and hi family brine alwut tu re- t i"'r H,,B,P on lrM llair-l of Kauai, antne . b i I inhabitant of thi place rexolvcd to ?h-m token uf the esteem in w hich .rr Ih-M in thi community. Theodore y.w. Iiiiire, lent hi mansion fur the oc- .,-, On tin- jtttli, Mr. iMKloit received from .K,,ii.itiir the following note: ry ut. fiiN-J. fellow rcvidealaof Jul Du-inil.Eaq,., ' Frure, aad w bUmiI to let re I In lo tale ' ... p-iJf"1' neijMwM'iit; inland, within? t lf .Hif rtrrtn f-f the character which be ha at ay 1 0:ii'n fi ri annr hoapitshtr and mule. J,., i -rv 8 f" hee-ty a.ociate Mtrttrlm teteT f.r lVt.-i UMt rollatMM M tutu ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 March 1848

iEljc lio. For tlit Polynesian.) THOVOKTS SCMXtftS It fttADCT MAST aTOWITTT"S COXSOLATIOX FOR THE LOITELY. Ye, there ia ft land of bop tad bliss Whart sorrow's Rtctt eoibt doi i . Where tsars no mors distil or mar the fnn Of those who reBeh that spot ! Bat ah, that blessed lead is distaat rery & .Beyond, beyond the range of each laiat twinkling star, And tho we're weary with a heary wo We cannot thither ia a Ctoment go 1 Many indeed of ihoae we lored hare gonef, And left as in our bitterness alone ! To trast the only hand That cao guide as to that land ; Tho' till we remch it, we must feel the care. The sorrow and the weakues,ihe gloom and the dispair, That shrouds man'a earthly hopes and vLions every . where. Dark were oar pilgrimage, and very drear, And aad the wbole of life, Were there no hope to dry the bitter tear, To soothe the pain and atnle With which the earth is rife j - To stem the wares of woe That rath on all below ; Marring onr peace, making the eye grow dim, Filli...

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