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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1844

TIM POLYN III PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 31, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 15. T-T .J2A From the Opal, a Pure Gift for the Holy Djys. A THOUGHT OVER A CRADLE. BY N. P. WILLI. 1 sadden when thou snr.ilest to my Ftnile, Child of my love ! I tiemblc to belie, e That o'er the n.inor of that e;c of blue The Hhidov of my he irt will ulwuys piss; A he ut th.it, f.om its stru'lo with ti c world, Comes nightly to thy gmrded cradle home, And, ccise!e.n of the Ktainins dust it b i us, Asks for its idol ! Strange, th.it Hoac.s of eirth A:e visi'ed by ejery air tli it stirs, And drink in sweetness only, wl i'e the child That shuts wi hin its bic ist a bloom for he lven, May take a b'emish f.oin the b.e-ith of love, And bear tho blight foievcr. I hive wept With fhdnes9 at the if' of this lir child ! My life is bound up in her ! IJ , oh God ! Thou kno.v'st ho v he nily mv he irt at times Beirs its s-vest burthen ! and if Thou hast given T...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1844

02 T H K I' O L V N E S I A N . tehether it can perform any office for another nation, without nrglccting the duty, which it xtti to itself. n Anxious to preserve inviolate the omnipo tence of domestic sovereignty, nations have made laws cither in the legislature or by ad judication in the courts of justice, which they act upon in regard to their own subjects resident in other nations. These are inten ded to weaken, and in some measure remove, the bad effects which all would alike fori from the harsh rule nemo potest exuere patri om; because if harshly construed every na tion would be bound to go out exlraUrritori ally in defence of its vagabond subjects. England, France and the United States cs- pecially, have both by statute and by numer ous adjudications declared that they will not consider their subjects and citizens amena ble to their laws while they reside in a for eign dominion, except for treason in levying war against their native country, and except for crimes and misdemea...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1844

1B-M.J ' T li K P 0 L V N & I A X . 0T her decks to her royal mast heads flashed forth from rigging and spars a blaze of blue lights, which illumed the frigate and objects around with beautiful effect. 'His Excellency Governor Kekuanaoa gave a sumptous dinner entertainment to His Maj esty and court on Tuesday, the 27th., at his residence in the Fort. The arrangements were admirable, and our hosts of the French Hotel who provided the viands, did them pelvcs much credit by their excellence and variety. We are directed to correct the comment in our last upon the petition of subjects at Hilo praying that a licence be not granted to retail ardent spirits at that place. The comment was as follows: ' Coasting vessels should beware of taking liquors to that island, as by so doing they will be liable to a fine, and may become involved in difficulties with the local authorities." It should read thus: 'Coasting vessels should beware of ta king liquors to that island, as by retailing them t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 31 August 1844

64 THE POLYNESIAN. Avoust, ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW GOODS, ipl GORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN HJf Agents for the Hudson's li iy Company, hive just received, per barque Brothers, f.o. Lo.idon, tad o.l'cf for sale, the I0.lo.vin2 articles, vu : Sundries. Sholl Augers -Brad A A hblue and white E irthen Ware Basins with soap drainer to in itch L irthen Ware, Slop, Su.jar, and Mil B isins- brass Bed steads, with M jichuto Curt.iiii9 and ll iir M ittrt-sses complete Diy & .lartin's best li.juid and pis;e BliCiiiiy Wine Bjttlo9 Wellington und llewiui Light Bjois India Rubber and Cotton B. aces Bolts for doors cloth, hair, tooth, 9110c, white .v ash and horso Brushes .lbthcr of peirl, shirt, patent, metal, white horn and gilt b.itto is iiuitatio.i wav Candles pi ito.l and brass Candlesticks and Sh ides cloth forain Caps, pi lin and with gold lace bi.ids, of all hi.cs.i uidso.iio dressing cases cut gliss silt cell in p liriar, and tno.tico cjihcIs oil cloths lor roa.nt Udics sapor.ino clot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1844

TTTT TTTl TT TT TTT TVT TT5 Ti TT A TVT il ini Uld irvljiu ji In lei Ji jfL ln PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT IHWOLULU, OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1844. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 16. ip is s? is ,sr o SONNET. BY HENRY T. TUCKER MAN. FREEDOM. Freedom ! beneath thv banner I was born, O let me sharo thy full and perfect life ! Teach mo opinion's'slavcry to scorn, And to be free from Passion' bitter strife ; Free of t ho world, a self-dependent soul. Nourished by lofty aims and genial truth, And made more free by love's serene control, Tho spell of beauty and the hopes of youth. The liberty of nature let me know, streams, Caught from the mountains, groves and crystal Her starry host, and sunset's purple glow, That woo the spirit with celestial dicams, On Fancy's wing cxultingly to soar, Till life'a harsh fetters clog the heart no more ! COMMUNICATED. m i: x i c o . Report on its Finances under the. Spanish Government, since its independence, and prospects ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1844

9 t If K P 0 L Y N E S IAN. SrrTtMBtn, he is on tlrc roof he will soon bo in conn? quick Lord Jesus;" then one woman after another in the shrillest tones would shout Amen;'!' Amen"- Lord Jcsus"-rand then go oflT into kicking hysterics. One breathed so violently as to be heard all over the hall, apd when she found her voiee she shouted forth like a maniac, "I must speak."- That proved a signal for a perfect volley of "amens," groans and strange noises from the. excited leaders. The scene was. getting too wild. Some of the cooler ones, 'struck; up one of their simple, joyful tunes, and the ferment immediately subsided. All, joined in the music, and the congrega tion, was cooled for a fresh start. This time t,o my astonishment three Hawaiian took the floor. They were recent converts, and on account of their color, had been made little lions of. Their talk was in broken English. I could only hear " whit broder, white sister," " Lord Jesus he soon come," and such phrases. A negro, an old...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1844

1344. T Ji 1: P O L V iN j; S J A N OAME. Wild Ducks, per doz. $1,50. Plover, per dozen, CO cents. FERH FISH. Mullet, per dozen, 37 to 50c. Craw fish, each 6 1-4 cts. Other fish, per lb. 3 to 6 c. Shell fish, per peck 23 c. VEGETABLE MARKET. Irish Potatoes bbl. 82 to 3. Valparaiso Beans, CO c. Sweet do. 75 cts. to 31,25. Lettuce, per head, 3 cents. Yams, per bbl., 2. Squashes per hund. 83 to 10. Onions, per do. 4. Cabbages, per hund., 6.0c. Pried Beans do. 3 to 4. Green Corn, doz. ears 12 1 -2 String do. per peck CO c. Cucumbers, doz. 6 cts. Tomatoes, do. do. 25 c. Kalo.doz heads, 12 l-2to5. Green Peas do. do. 50 c. Bread Fruit, doz. 30 cts. FnuiT. Bananas, bunch 12 1-2 to 23c Mangos, per doz. 50 cts. Citrons per doz. 50 cents. Oranges, per hundred 91. Chcrimoyas, doz. 60 cts. Ohias, peck 23 cts. Cocoa-nuts, do. 50 cents. Peaches, per doz. Si, 50. Figs, per peck, 92. Pine A pples, per doz. 93c. (iuavas, per peck 25 cts. Papaw, each a cts. Gooseberries, do. 23 cts. Strawberries, per ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 7 September 1844

1 . f I Pi V MS T II K P 0 L V N E SI AN. September, ADVERTISEMENTS. NKW GOODS. EORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN xJT Agents'for the Hudson's Bay Company, have just received, per barque Brothers, from London, and ofl'cr for sale, the following articles, viz : Sundries. Shell Augers Brad Awls blue and white Earthen Ware Basins with soap drainers to match Earthen Ware, Slop, Sugar, and Milk Basins bra.ns Bed steads, with Moschcto Curtains and Hair Mattresses complete Day & .Martin's best liquid and paste Blacking Wine Bottles Wellington and Hessian Light Boots India Rubber and Cotton Braces Bolts for doors -cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, whitewash and horso Brushes lfothcr of pearl, shirt, patent, metal, white horn and gilt buttons imitation wu.x Candles plated and brass Candlesticks and Shades cloth foraging Cups, plain and with gold lace bands, of all sizes handsome dressing cases cut glass salt cellars pairing and mortice chisels oil cloths for rooms ladies' superfine cloths damask ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1844

nit k THE PdDLf I i IAN 1'IIILISIIED WEEKLY, AT HOOLVLl, OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATUKDAV, SEPTEMBER 14, 1814. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1. No. 17. IF CO) Ls3 W iSiUo EARLY AFFECTIONS. BY T. W. p. GREENWOOD. I had been talking with my little boy My second one, just past his second year And talking seriously; for even a child, So young, oft loves and weais the serious mood Adopting it most naturally and sweetly. I had been telling him, that if he proved A good obedient boy, loving and mild. And innocent, he would be loved of God, And God would take him up at last to heaven. He knows that Heaven's a glorious happy place, What more, indeed, do any of us know i And his eye brightened, as it answered mine, Hut soon an anxious shade passed o'er its light, And looking steadfastly, he said, And brother too?' My child, my precious child ! Let it be ever thus. Still crave to share All happiness, reward and holiness, With him, and we your parents, will be blessed. LEAVES FROM MEM...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1844

T II E P 0 L V XL S IAN. Sr.rir.MBr.R, euiiously -elected the most delicate and brawny parts of both males and females, which they prepared for their horrid repasts. If, in the neighbourhood of the commercial and literary town of Glasgow, a race of can nibal has really existed, we may contem plate, in the period of Scottish history, the opposite extremes of savage and civilized life. Such reflections tend to enlarge the circle of our ideas, and to encourage the pleasing hope that New Zealand may pro duce, in some future age, the Hume of the Southern hemisphere.' Such were the words of prophetic genius seventy years ago; but what would the historian have said it he had lived to the present time, and seen within '. that short period so vast a change in human affairs,' that the event which he then regard ed as so improbable is already accomplished, and the descendants of the cannibals of Cal edonia are setting forth from the shores of the Clyde, to convey to the cannibals of New Zealan...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1844

t in: p o l v n 1: s i AN. .71 I " , r a bring Kgytian positive annals, derived from wnuiigs un t-Aisung monuments, tnc chro nology of the Hebrew version of tho Bi ble, is in the opinion of the learned altogeth er exploded." Gliddon. Among 30 Christian authorities that have computed the nativity of our Savior, the year itself is a disputed point and cannot be defin ed within 10 years. There are 19 dates for Solomon's temple, the longest B. C. 741 the shortest 470 a difference of 262 years. Examples might be indefinitely multiplied, but enough have been adduced to show that the present chronology of the Bible, though sanctioned by an act of Parliament cannot "be followed with safety and confidence." So far as it is erroneous, it is the misjudge ment of Usher, and has no connection what ever with the Divine origin of the Holy Book. These facts may be "hard sayings" to Mr. C. but if he requires more proof we arc pi e pared to produce it, although it is not our in tention to engage in a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 14 September 1844

(September, 12 t 11 1; 1' U I. V n i: S 1 A N . "advertisements. hew GOODS. GEORGE FELLY fc GEORGE T. ALLAN, Agent for tht Hudson's Bay Company, have lust received, per barque Brothers, from Loudon, and offtr for sale, , tht following articles, vu : Stnlries. Shell Augers Brad Awls blue and white Earthen Ware Basins with soap drainers to match Earthen Ware, Slop, Sugar, and Milk Basins brass Bed steads, with Moecheto Curtains and Hair Mattresses complete Day & Jtfartin'a best liquid and paste Blacking Wine Bottles Wellington and Hessian Light Boots India Rubber and Cotton Braces Bolts for doors cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, whitewash and horse Brushes Mother of pearl, shirt, patent, metal, white horn and gilt buttons imitation wax handles plated and bras Candlesticks and Shades cloth foraging Caps, plain and with gold lace bands, of all sizes handsome dressing cases cut glass salt cellars pairing and mortice chisels oil cloths for ro0ns ladies' superfine cloths damask table cloths a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1844

y THE AM A I'l ItLlMIS D WKUKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIII. IIAXVA1IA. ISLAVDS, J. J. J A It VMS, Editor. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER yi. 1HU. NEW SERIES, Vol. l.No. 1H. FIE & U L 'iT lii ki o decks, and the idler The following utanzas urc selected from n voltimn entitled The Legend of the Hocks and other Ftwtn, by Jamks Mack, who wan educated at the D.iaf and Dumb Institution in New-York city. FROM TUP. MINSTREL BOY. HiirtJi ! thou art lovely loveliest in this By woman imcl woman ! thou art trod; Woman, the centre of our ev'ry bliss; To man tho dearest boon received from Clod; Whom, if creation were ( ontlomn'd to miss. Chaos again his desolating rod O'er the dominion he has lost, would sway, And earth, with all her charms, become his prey. Earth ! thou art fair and glorious, but all Thy beauty and thy glorv arc a shade, That low beneath the hand of time must fall : And Woman ! must thou too in dust be laid ? Ah no ! tho beauteous fetters that enthral Thy spirit, only are decreed to lade; Th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1844

t ii 1: p o l v x i: s ian, Sr.rTn.MBER, THE POLYNESIAN. OFFICIAL JOUTiSAL OF TIfF lAUAILW GOVFHSMFST. HONOLULU, SATUKDAV, SEPT. 21, 144. Through the politeness of Win. Hooper, Esq. U. S. Consul, we have been favored with the perusal of a few papers of dates to May from the U. S., brought by the Sophie, via. Monterey. The main topic is the dis cussion on the, treaty for the annexation of Texas, and from all we can gather, it is doubtful whether it will be ratified by the Senate. The hostile feelings exhibited by the Mexicans give rise to rumors of war, but wc see no reason to apprehend such a result. It is said however, 4000 Am. troops are on the borders of Texas and four men of war off Vera Cruz. Clay has been nominated by the Whigs for the Presidency. Bernadotc, King of Sweden is dead. Spain contemplates declaring war against Mexico, although distracted by intestine troubles herself. The dismissal of Mr. I'ritehard, from the Consulate of Tahiti is announced, also the rumored appoi...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1844

18-U.j t H i: v u l v n j; s i a n Information furnished by MILO V.iLlvLY, l-lnq.t U. S. Cum. Agent at Lahaina. POUT O F L A II A I N A M A U I. AUK! V K D . 12th inst. Barque. Smyrna, Miller, Now Ned ford 32 months; 1000 sperm. Ship- Hercules, Hir; U c;ia son, New Hud font 2;) months; 400 sperm, !MH) wh., 1,000 Hi-, bono: Roman, Shockly, New Bedford i:j month; 400 sperm, 200 while, 25,000 lbs. bone. 13. h inst. Ship Ansel Gibbs, West, Fairhaven 13 months; 350 sperm, 2250 whale, 2o.0) lbs. bone. 14th inst. Ships Caledonii, Forsyth, Slonington I I months; 1500 whale, 14,000 Ibs.'bone: Rosseau, Bravton, New Hedford 41 mouths; 1;)U0 sperm, 1000 wh:ile, S!)00 lbs. hone. Kith hut. Ships Hen. Tudor. San New Hedford i) months; 70 whale, 2200 sperm, 21,00!) lbs. bone: Triad, C ise, Grecnport 1; mouths. i(.:) sperm, 2500 whale, 2 I, 000 lb . bone. Barques Co lumbia, KLvards, Sig ILirb-ir 14 months; 140 sp., 2200 whale, 22,000 lbs. bone: Pantheon, Tabor, No v Bedford 3J months; 700 sperm, 7';...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 21 September 1844

4 7(; T II K I' 0 L V N i: S I A N . Sr.rTr.Mnr.fc, ADVERTISEMENTS. NEW GOODS. GEORGE PELLY & GEORGE T. ALLAN, Agents lor the Hudson's Bay Company, have just received, per barque Brothers, from London, and oflor for Kale, the following article?, viz : Sundries. Shell Augers brad awl blue and white earthen ware basin with soap drainers to match earthen ware, slop, sugar, and milk basins bra bed steads, with moscheto curt n ins and hair mattresses complete Day & .Martin' bent liquid and paste blacking wiiio bottles Wellington and Hessian light boots India rubber and cotton brace bolts for doors cloth, hair, tooth, shoe, whitewash and horse brushes mother of pearl, shirt, patent, metal, white horn and gilt buttons imitation wax candles plated and bra, candlestick and Shades cloth foraging caps, plain and with gold lace bands, of all sizes handsome dressing cases cut glasj xnlt cellars pairing and mortice chisels oil cloths fur rooms ladies' superfine cloths damask table cloths ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1844

TMM PflDJLYM 1 A K PUBLISHED WEEKLY, AT HONOLULU, OAIIU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. J. J. JARVES, Editor. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1814. NEW SERIES, Vol. 1 No. 19. 2? CS IBo For the Polynesian. OTHER DAYS. t Much lov'd companion of my childhood's years, Most fondly memory lingers round thee still In our bright early spring time, dear to inc Thou wast as my young hopes : Each joy that lighted up a smile on thy sweet face, Sent pleasure's thrill through my own hosom; And not a sorrow clouded thy lair brow, lint my heart felt it too. Think not absence has diminished aught of this affection The wanderer can appreciate a sister's love, And all home's soft endearments. What heart that's human yearns not for solace, From at least one, who owns the blind god's influence ? Longs not for one, to throw over his errors, and his follies, Not the thin veil of charity, but the impervious one of love? If 'twere to teach mc affection's worth, That I have roamed the earth My task is done the lesson learned And ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1844

leys. The mass of thete are effervesced from the workings of European surplus and on) seek a refuge in the new world where a livelihood is comparative! easy. They have nothing in the mother country and import nothing into the proposed asylum but hardy and enduring frames, energy, perseverance, enterprise, economy, and a readiness to be come attached to any country that affords them a fair field for the exercise of their pe culiar callings. Many of them are skillfully instructed in the mechanical arts; some are talented and scientific, and nearly all indus trious and determined. In these rcspect9 if they become veritable subjects by swearing ( allegiance, the acquiring nation gains. Yet there are exceptions in the form of refu gees from justice that occasionly come, and in all, even the best of mankind poverty and pride may lead to pecuniary embarrassment, perhaps to fraud burdening the state with paupers and with crimes. To guard against these evils, England and France in common wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1844

T II K P O L Y N E S 1 A N 7a By the Governor of Maui, Henry S. Swinto, to be Collector of Customs for the Port of Lahaina, in place of Dili E. IIawkes. By the Governor of Hawaii, Kafa, to be Judge: district included within Ke ahewai and Kaawaloa. J. Malo, do.: district included between Kaawa loa and Keahualono. C. D. HuEtr, do: district included between Kea hualono and Kaakolca. Haaheo, do.: district included between Kauma ke and Honokea. Puuloa, do.: district included between Kaula and .Yfawae. Kanaina, do: district included between Mawae Okiokiaho. D. Keluwahalau, do: district between Oai okiaho and Keahewai. B. Pitman, Jr , to be Judge in cases in which foreigners are concerned, at Hilo. NA L IT N A I KOIIOIA. Va ke Kiaaina Oahu. Robert Boyd, Makai Nui, i Luna makai, a i Luna Hale Kuai, ma ha hakahaka o L. Gravicr, ka mea i waiho mai i keia hana. Atf ke k'iaaina o Kauai. Kanehoa, i Lunakanawai no na haole. Ai ke K'iaaina o Maui. Henry S. Swinton, Luna Dute ma ka haka haka o Dr. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 28 September 1844

.Srrtr.MBEii, 0 T 11 i; 1' O L'Y N K S I A N. ADVERTISEiMENTS. Public Notice. To the Creditors and Debtors of the Estate of William French and Francis John Greenivay, late merchants, doing bust" ness jointly and severally in the Village of Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Is lands, bU note Assignors to the Of Art of Chancery of Oahu, for the benefit ' oj their Creditors. "TOTOU will please to take notice that JUL the undersigned has been legally appointed Agent of the said Court of Chancery, to collect all the joint and several debts due the said estate, wheth er jointly to the late firm of Francis John Greenway or severally to the said William French, or severally to the said Francis John Greenway prior to the 4th day of September now current, and that you will save costs by prompt ly and voluntarily paying the same to him for the use of the court in liquida ting the debts of said Estate. You will also please to take further notice that the undersigned has been legally appointed ...

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