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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 August 1849

- r - I' . i. il i (: 1 I .; ! ! ) s i u r. ,t ?. V 't r i a s V if 46 ' Peace of Aix-la-Chappelle. 1748. Lasted nine years. Raised by taxes, 25,000,000, and by loanar X.000,000 4. Seven yeans war against France, Spain, Austria, and Russia Prussia, only, the ally of England. 't Commenced 1756. Peace of Paris, 173. ' Raised by taxes, X5i,0tW,000, and by loans, 00.000,000. ft. American war, against the Americans, French. Spaniards and Dutch. Commenced 1775. Lasted eight years. Peace of Ver- sailles, 1783. . . Raised by taxes, 32,000,- 000, and by. loans, 101,000,000. 6. . War of the French Revolution, against France, and1 also Spain, till 1795- commenced 1793. ... The Dutch, Prussians, Austrians, Portuguese, and after 1795, Spaniards, allies of England. Raised by taxes, 203,500,000, and by loans, 200, 500,000. 7. - War against Napoleon, and the Span iards, till 1808. Americans from 1812 Austrians, Prussians, Russians, Portuguese, Spaniards from I SOS, allies of England.- Commenced 1S0...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 August 1849

4 Je or a groan, bOquictl; am! enliny ceased ( iratb , before the sun baJ reached its meridian. 1 bit is not tbe place for an extended analysis th character of the deceased. He adorned crrj rt latiitn he sustained. As a husband, as ft tlh. r, as an agent entrusted with great rcKn tNlitWt wietiilicr of thia mission and of this f.trtgn rommunity , be wn the raino kifxl, cnti--K:nti""i devoted christian, taking not Li ,,, but the thinjs w bich are Jesus Christ',. l?ut he has gne from u, and bat a void i f, Who will supply hia dce? Where Mill . .11 IumI ft mom aiiLVM .t..- ..... .1 F- I . .....vr..-.v.sfWn,ii iiinni, or thr n"f' a1! 'his foreign rommunity a better (laniiUof integrity, of k indites, of heavenly pn-ty. Where will she, who fur 31 years, hn jurrd ail hi)")'" -"d H his sorrows, look for rwiiwri, i' -.'I ''n. i us intcll-c-nt countenance and kind voire w ill no longer Hicr b-r dwelling. 1 be dear children here t . "' hy f" distant land, w ill no ,ijrr share bis counsel, bia l...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 4 August 1849

48 be Olio. ; . . . TO MRS. JPDSON. waewTtD T ( POM "Ml BlBD." And does thy bird, ao loved, so fair, ' Utill wih ita presence bleaa thy home f ' The. Ihoa iadeed, moat happy there, For earthly joya need 'at never roam. Eut ah ! a bird a fair a Ibine . . A a hurt, earth hlh sever aaowa - -- . I could one call, with londoeaa, mine, 1 i But low alaa ! that bird hath flows - . J . ... O loag. full kmc, nsy'al ihoa ik spared The aafntah that my heart doth know, v4,, Aad with (lad eonga may thy aweet bird ; ' Cheer thee wherever ihoa ahalt go - '. , Aad aa it learaa, whea thoa art loos, . . . To charm thee with ita aweeteel laye, , , . . Thea thoa cans'! teach that infant voice , To aoar to beavea la fratedit praiae. . t, I - , .. . . .... . . ... T - i i ..- 1 V v Aad O ! did aot M old oeeaa Ton," ; i- i .. . Between thy happy home and mine, , . - , , I'd baatea to thy ladiaa cot, . , . -.. .. .,. . . And ehare thy joya yea, even thine : t . . . O " m that little bird to me, - - - : - . ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 August 1849

' bi '- ' HONOLULU. SATIIRIUV - innnc-n r, ,o.n : ': ... ' a i i a i aaawiTa-aaaaaaa u .m aaj a w t m m m i a vw i . ! .-..: arm 1: C T A niK POL tiili.nl Journal of tba Hawaiian taoreriuiH-nt. l.b.h.d oawai at Honolulu, Ualiu, I. . FtHVIN'O. HALL, EDITOR. TKKM8. . - HI im A mmm - . - A 1 . (tft I 1 ' - 1 , - W W lf V n mtiaiht, la advaaca, .. j t, Rates mt A) vertialar. MMW,lliM, rl iaserii,Si,o,eacli . .mi H civ. caUaaa; 2 eta. Carda. wo. jx. a i-4ib; ao an; aitar, by it y-ar, SS.UO; t.avdiaf faara, Si,. Vearl y advertising m ... .. 1 early aJrrrtiataf hunted lo the ad. . l.aaiacaa. 1 I Irflitrmrnf.-- Tarrat jr-Be (nil prr Jme, for .j :arnoa, and ii sad ne-famk ccou for each , ( iarrtia. tJittixf are raquircd la ) la advance. tt.il Sa.aiaa. Carva,. C. II. JarM 4. C. . a. ft aaa. I aaaciaco. Aadrtrw rwu. USINESS CARDS. LY!I I AN rKINTIXG OFFICE. 1 1 uuv tiiuii vvvnuiiv v ww 1 liiiiuij I tven Sialic la. I Kkop mil. Ulg-at I Ililla af Firkaage. a 1 i aiara. i mil i ttfMlla. rattilar ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 August 1849

.00 THEPOIYNESIANs. HONOLULU, SATLRDAV. AUGUST 11. VJ" We have been obliged to omit on he t.ount of the great amount of interesting foreign nuttier the favors of immh of our correspond ents, and other niigimd matter designed for (hi: week. ' We beg (hey will lutvo a little patience, hiiJ not bo. diKiscd to Hop writing. It is one of tbo phiasantesl features of editorial life, to have a goodly number of willing contributors ; ml whiks we may soia-etimcs feel compiled Jo allow an article to lie on the table, on account of its prolixity or ill-adaptcdncss, wo Htill hojieto lie assisted by others, who occupy different posts of observation, and sec things and tho working of things, through a different medium. Our great object and aim is, to, endeavor to promote the prosperity ami best good of the islands, in every particular; ami we know that such is also fh design of many others, who are looking tat these' island as a jiermaneut home for them selves and their families. Every mnn, therefo...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 August 1849

mut. eotttiw Ihtt , or strongly urged, w.k 'w if Iin.J',1 small k (Kiriioti of their i.iih ' TbiJ hard .and accomplijh. Lul lift.-. tiM fut ' mom Mil of humor with ,i,r ww H-fiiiio.l jr itf tilling the ful, i ,ni ! f..r-iu-r . A fiKfigmr with a J..-.I bub Mill lam orr am acre in m dy vnh r ... . awl 'hi i iifitf than forty iiaiitt will do, .:tii'C Hdb their tulle U. Ifo ihij , l.lif'l ! Ixutf lln-ir own (win id w oik in; ..j, . .i4rt..M ll lft ir OWM rrra.mt.1 lo rvrndor 7. fin . .fi tfi;rtiM m in rcprd lo the culture of - - J .k, u'J. hrl Ct wvik in different . wy . ..... H th. ii T't Utr of baihatiatii while ih.y .. fw ijn i lothing, and nr ithir'sou.hi nor , I 14 lUc roml.! of u ilualnxt, ibvir method I i.fli nl a 'jfricMilly prodac-lit to Ht ib.it w iit, bihI U-inf rniitt lli-J to I ,.k in M"' lK-Hir by their rLirf, lf.cC MAI , of rrgvta!4r Km th market. Uh "' otbvf ki could ruiMrr thvir 'f 0luW HflM. . L'utllfre ,,- iWfisI; iimMd.oiy labor i dm casing, JfriJ ! witb it, ruu4.-iu...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 11 August 1849

$lje lioV L1BEKTT EQITALITT FBATEBWITT - v sr naTi r. Turraa. . " .LIBERTY. .. -C. V r Liberif Who ahall be free w The o-iadibf the air, an4 ihe wateof the e,"'i" 3 and the beaut ia bn lair, and the bird on iu tree, am m aavage wua oaum wiib ouaro ami wiro new Fur (h root that he grub, or the flesh that be tear - Liberty, tbeae are fur Ihra ! .. " s Liberty? Mow ran it be Tk it reanoe, ned duty, and science, and skill, A a J order, aad beauty, are lawgiver still, AJ yet that responsible Man can be funnd tiTanntelTa by to la, and by harttnts unbound ! " L'berty free . . . ' r ' "Liberty f aadnrs to ate ." Wat the heatt without loe, or the mind without fear n For The Fmiber above, aad flie Family here J Aad laith aad affection, constraining or food. " -W hat ara they awt chains, an invincible bond. Liberty, manacling Thee ? - Libert T. look not o me With a Ciren's smile oa thy beautiful face . " . And a treacherous wile ia thy warm embrace ; No ! let me feel fettered, a martyr, a slav...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 August 1849

(fHlTPOLYNESIAN,' I Journal of tue IUaiian Covc-itment, tulilif aechly at Honolulu, Oabu, II. I. f.nWlV O. HALL, EDITOR. TKBMS, . per aiaee. ia aJrwir, ' ; il inoatha.ia advance, . . . . Rale ef Ad rrrtiaiag. - 3 W1 lift ,fC (l Intra), firal ieaeiii.Ni, bi ,00. each rn. ',.!-' OM n" njaare haea or !), ferst n X" iirc,by tl year, s.ixi; Lime m. llr, .". Yearly a1erltiuf imH ,,uj hall celaiua, a.t.W; not eieeedine; one , '. Yarir advrrtiMug limited In lite ad ,'t . n l.ueee. ,'ucavnb.-Taeaiy-ae tU p'f line, for ,i inwriKia, auU ait aad cur-fuorib ct au for each .,.i'tfioa. 1 c7i alcrur art rvoatroi ( pa; .a advance. Li ArttUfur the Poiynt'il. .. II KamiM. H P.lumlCi. . L, riu. H lii(i,l" T. I) 1 1 Hat US'lNESS CARDS. Lvxr.ftiA rRisTix. oriit r. an) Xiiun 13 jju' a.ifo 3ob Printing r m a i HW.a Itilla, j Rill of Kirhaage, Ililla of Lading, 'onHlar tllaaka, i Hlawk Deeds, a aloeae. Velar. Ldbill., I Head. NtJ. I L'SINES (vii iiuiDrM nnrts -d aid aeataeae and dealch,oa literal leraaa. fs...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 August 1849

- 54 lack of genuine patriotism on the part of the nobuitr was ended by the Tall of that city, he succeeded with many of his compeers in escaping into Prussia, whence he subsequent ly went to France. From Paris he went to Portugal to enter the service of Don Pedro, after whose death he returned to the French Capital, where be attempted to form a School of the Natural Sciences, and that failing, de voted himself to teaching the method of Mne- monies invented by his countryman, Jaxwin- ski, which he has succeeded in introducing into several of the Schools of Paris. The revolution of 1118 found Bern ready to engage iu the cause for which he had al ready given his blood. He appeared at Vi enna soon ailcr the breaking out of the in surrection, and was at once named comman der of the Mobile Guard which he organized. 1 During the whole struggle there he was the only prominent officer equal to his position, ' or rather the only one fit to head a platoon. He fought with great valor, and inad...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 August 1849

1 1 ,.r S't altogether loo much to nay for , uh, and rhain, yokes ami carta, cultivators n riMtrtiii. 1 hia rnniee too heavy on who sre Jt oiMlertnking a new farm, with or nti capital. It liring them heavily in 4 tJ I"' inerchaiil in the very outset, ami cm. i1!9 Milt tllUSt follow. ft . uwJfiiift.tii of the nA sort, such as rro, aires. Uur worthy merrhariu not , ,,rH ih nl fanners, many of ih implements , ,,jrt (t; tuii at all nlapled to the islands; .1. .... L . - I. I I it U: IITM III' J lie IIICII III1HI, ucan ions, A .I..-.- ill .1 are well adanlcd. are anLI at rnr. .'.mlmC l"?n ""ht. Implements of huslian , )', i ic island bliuul l t K.tt-ctcil by a er , of c I"1 ',nce nt' i1 judgment, wbo baa ,u! llj engaged in agriculture here, and )wx watted. t i -H " not ",,8C measure for the gov iirfiit to order through some agent of the .liitva t:Mi j0 mentioned, an invoice uf fartn . ui i''1! '"urM " I'b'Ugh-, harrows, cultiva-ii,-a. chains, or yoke, ox hows, etc., and i,;tiii)f'n"f" t ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 18 August 1849

56 I)C (Olio. MOTHER, HOME ANI HEAVEN. f . P. AOUWM. - The thrw iermt word in (be English Language re ' Mother, Home and Heavea." . ' Mother The .first fond word our hearts cxpreae, la childhood' roT hours; Whw hte Boema full ef happiness, As natura ia of flowers; . A word that manhood nea to speak, ' ; Whea time baa placetjjipon hia check, A ad writ tea ott his brew. Star lessons of the world's amnuh, . ttaheeoe ia hia thoughtless youth, . , Bat sadly poadered bows . . As time briofa back, 'mid vanished reara, " . A mother loaJeat bopta and toara. Home The only Edea left oatooched, Fro from tha templer'a acarei . A Paradise where kindred hearts May live wil bout a care; A wile's f lad smile is imaged here. And eye that never knew a tear. Sat those of happiness. Beam on the hearts that waader bark, Prom off the long and beaten track Of sordid worldliaaaa, To aak those parer joya I hat come i Like angels round the hearth at Home. '', Iteaven The end of all a Mother'e prayer Tha Home ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 August 1849

U. a A mi: POLYNESIAN, ', ,tl Jiimlil iWc llaaiin I iv riitiM'ut i . . ikt at li t ioIuIk, Oaliu, II . I liWIN O. HAI.U EDITOR. T K K M S. , i , t i i , ia lvir, - - - -, , i mi 4lb, la a.ltamr, . . . . (6 I.. It of IdtcllUiat. " . ' 'it I. Utt iiKriii 11,011 ruli r , . ,. ha. I k-jaara lum of le, tir I .. . r 'i ! iu i rt i t V 'i I t ! n H l a-pir, .j W frar, 3 i"1, ,, . , t ! ', in. t r. altri 1iiii3 u.-l ,t . lit'I in'iiil I i 1 'M , l."l ct-r.lni- ttiir , 1 Yrar'r a4t.-fii.ia; K.u.ld tin; ad- U l- .ft , I m -T i fi fill jr lin, for , ,,..f.Mi. at 4 n 4a I j..rtb cfuUl.-ir.nh , Hi I iVMMIi. .....'. I t(!, fjr A. .'J,"- . . l ita. II t-i . i; (I Janr.a, H fun Inn in ii. U,f I. I. Maul Ill'S IN ICSS CARDS. J. ia j Sr.wn Uoj! :t:i Job printing at CM -I'lmpalrta, l fchwp Kill, Cat ila)a)ra, lltlla of Kit hange, lit alar. llllWol I. ltd Ins HafadUttl, t oixUl Hlituka, t!ill Ilru4, . Illaak Urr4, i.riNJ. lt'tMLSi AND AD'KLH OA HI) y i nl ti' nrainrti aanl d-iaU k.ma literal Irruia S. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 August 1849

58 fence, now fully established, of the voluntary principle and, last, and roost decisive of all, it is tsiiifrht urovheticall in the book of Rev elation, when told that then will the king doms of the earth (Basileiat, or governing powers) become the kingdoms of our Lord Jesus Christ; or the Uovernmenis 01 me earth become Christian Governments. (Signed,) Thomas Chalmers." THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. AUGUST 23. EXPORTS. The gross exports from the U. States were, for the year ending June SO, 1846; June SO, 1857. . $ 1 02, 1 4 1 ,8931 58,648,682 Some of the most important items making up the above large 6Uin are, . . Pork, bacon, lard and 1846 1847. live hogs, Wheat, Flour, Indian corn, Indian meal, Rice, Cotton, Iron, and manufac tures of, 3,883,884 1,681,975 11,663,669 1,186,663 945,081 2,564,991 42,767,341 1,151,782 6,630,842 6,049,350 26,133,811 14,395,212 4,301,334 3,605,896 53,415,848 1,167,484 4,132,523 Cotton goods, 3,545,481 During the same period there was imported in...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 August 1849

...! m ....... .1 . 1 a.. A .... . , ' . i i - - -.i ... iimw iiiiii iir i ii the rff4jinn may take fitcan in en. I iuit.l of that iimIiiiIUi together; Hi all iim rnain- ia (ooging u,M .y,M .!iil"f nr ii. it ngiu IO Ut Ml.o the U ,,t ! i A.-u no., I m.I . . ,,.,. I .I,.r.l . f .11 tl... I . ,, :.i . ..ni.l .iiinnr, nii.I ilic r.. 1,,11 w i mi tin- coinuioii luiula of ho pu.turc. ;, IV VII owners in (hf pa. lure. ,,n put-n-.U into the moe, iiiu.i report the ituni , .1 p.y ! the -rnirfii.-nr tw.l.r rin.1 , n .1 fni jer head, Mimuiilly, f..r r:irh ani . S j i' I he ture. Cut .e niiwcart- , , mi'I not ! IhcI, if not lot e a year !,,. i.t, liiu U-hiI, in lu m. Mi.N lraj. . .. . jwiiM- i.f iierinndiiij; tb0 i4.U(r I ,.. ter, any ui.li .ul, or liumU r of in. . i - .ii i : ,,.u-..."., lit. -v im-ir IMhIIIM llll mil.. I I -IMT, NII.I kct' lllfir ailllO.il. with 1 II' tV-c Umi b.,U not In binding Uon . . l' all If ......am u .11 . - . . L I , ; , n. ... n.n nairq OITI HIM OHtl ,.(.!. r, and m...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 25 August 1849

60 $I)C (Dlio. 8PE4.K gently. Speak teatlv; it ta better far To rule by love than tear; Speak gently; let do barah words mar The food we might do here. Speak fenily; love doth whixper low The vows that true hearts bind; .ad gently friendship' ancient flow. Affection's voice la kind. Speak (cutty to ihA:;le child. Its love be sure to (sin; " Teach it in accents soft and mild. It my not long remain. Speak gently to the young, for they VVjll have enttugh to bear; Pass through this lite as best they may, Tts full of anxious care. Speak gently to the ac.ed one, Grieve not the care worn heart , The sanda tf life are nearly run, Lei such in peace depart. Bpeak gently, kindly to the poor, Let no harsh tone be heard; They have euoiifh they must endure Without an uukind word. ' Speak gently to the erring, know They must have toiled in vain; Perchance unkindneas made them so, Oh, win them back again." Speak gently! he who gave his lifr To bend man's stubborn will. When elements were fierce wit...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 September 1849

I. (i. Till: POLYNESIAN, i J'niriiilof the Hawaiian Government, . ,. ,t ii.tu J weekly at Honolulu, Oahu, II. . l.ltWIN O. HALL, EDITOR. T Kit MM. ,. . .t pf amdm, in advaare, ....... t . ' m mlh, ia ivanrr, . ... 3 Oil l-'l Hate of A1ertiiaf. q I'.', (it liaev). frl lasertioa.ai.oe, eatk ro. ,.rei.i I " kaU qaare (A ltm or h-), tirM .,v. ' r,-t cnaliaaaaca U't ela.j Carta, ao- , fc.- K ciiiretliej ta ball )aare, by the year, .. s; t ,h n; m .iiar, I early advertising not .,; wf nin ro'iian, aptno; nil rivil!n; nur hi. .' Yearly alv'niin; limiud te lhe ad- r fan hiitiaev,. -1' M-i 'ii hthU Twenty-five ceii I per liar, for , .1 ivrt.i, aaJ an aud uae-foaria, .cal lr rat h ll iiim (la. lcrtiT are re'iiiJ to pa) la advuice. .' a f Aeitt fur Ike Putynrrim. .. H fita Fat i a. ft. . T. . Hint iU.SIXESS CARDS. ki.M:MA5i rmsTixG or fit e. fiiiaiik) faiun UooU ant Job printing ICM napblet, J fcfcop UilU, Uliirt, ' IlilU of Exchange, iraliri, I IlilU f Lading, tadbitim. aautr lllsmLa, tl lleJ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 September 1849

62 I hare great pleasure in assuring you of the livel personal interest that I take in the just and equitable solution of all questions, ami in renew ing to you, &c. KJThe following is the Proclamation, to wbi'h nllusion is made in the preceding des patch, and without date: TO THE INHABITANTS OF HONOLULU. A misunderstanding connected with the non- rxecuiioti or a I reaty having existed, lor some lime, lietween France and the Hawaiian Inl ands, the undersigned, rer Admiral de Trom elit came to Honolulu in the hope of settling it amicably and pacifically. With this view, he bought an interview with the King in Council, offering to hear their reasons and discuss the question, with them, in a conciliatory spirit. I'he advisers of the King, against whose arbi trary and unconstitutional conduct, the Repre sentatives of the great Powers, France, United States and the Great Britain, had already pro tested in a collective address, on the 13 Dec. thereby binding their respective govern me...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 September 1849

r - w the arrival of flic tin tne nn him., I, ,ii,.n unw mrrfiHM.!-iif "P...,.-.. ., . ... ,l..r.., ... . ! . II """ 'tipvaiiuil III Ills niiiin'x:''"'' f"r v,,t f room, we must not ' to.iatethat the steamer Panama arrived at1 t, francisco on the ISlh ult., with 330 passen- anion' whom was our "itenultimate prede- L,,r" C. r.. Hitchcock, F.sq.N.Y. dates to the .1 Jul e w -rc rccei vei uy ner, ana we . . r a are m . . . . V . c 1 rk Ilcral.l ol ik J., Mr h r,iiit.iitis much new of interest, both from ! ai,! Suited State?, lie death of ex-President Polk is announced era of the I5ih June. er Matthew arrived in New York on the ,iN cbil'-T is prevailing in various parts of m werv from 25 to 30 jer diem for the last weeks June. he fecurwiiiffH f the Republic of Rome and rv, hy u government of the United s anl it is conjectured that nine-tenths of. of the United States are in favor of cognitloii.- coews from Eunipc is important, and pre dark days ami bloody times in store for the r of ihoe...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 8 September 1849

r f i 64 OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS. In order that our readers may have the means of forming a correct judgment of the existing difficulties with the French, we re publish the following documents, which are . referred to in the correspondence between the two governments. Facts are all that need to be presented to the world for its just decision. THE LAPLACE TREATY. Art. 1st. There tjhall be perpetual peace and friendship between the king of the French and thejiing of the Sandwich Islands Art. 2nd. The French shall be protect ed in an effectual manner in their persons and property by the king of the Sandwich Islands, who shall also grant them an au thorization sufficient so as to enable them juridically to prosecute his subjects against whom they will have just reclamations to make. Art. 3rd. This protection shall be ex tended to Fiench ships and to their crews and officers. In case of shipwreck the chiefs and inhabitants of the various parts of the Archipelago shall assist them and protect ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 15 September 1849

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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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