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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 December 1849

n I I i f r Y r:. I; ft 1 - ,1 1 i it 130 THE POLYNESIAN. HONOLULU, SATURDAY. DEC. 29. THANKSGIVING. to accordance with the laws of this Kingdom, and the excellent usage of Christian Nations, it has pleased His Majesty, in council, to appoint the Thirty-first day of December, next, as a day of public thanksgiving to Goo, for His .unnumbered mercies and blessings to this na tion; nnd people of evcryciss are resjiectfully . requested to assemble in their several houses of 1 worship on that day, to render united praise to the Father of nations, and to implore His favor in time to come, upon all who dwell upon these chores, as individuals, as families, and as a a- tion. k . ,. , , . . 7 JpALxctT, Honolului' Nov. 23, 1849. ' From the Contikent. it was with no small degree of satisfaction that we welcomed severs' - parcels from the United States on Tuesday last' received by the William Melville. To lie sure some of our New-York Tribunes ami Suns were for March and Jipril last, only eight ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 December 1849

1 I tion of Germany was 26,366,000 while in i i343,it had reached 4-2,000,000. These r startling facts, and well calculated ta give strength to the policy of emigration. The writer already quoted, y "- 5 -1 - Were the United States as thickly settled a Germany, for instance, viz t at the rate of If U inhalit.ints to the square mile, they would (as the na, excluding California, is computed at . 20,000 square miles) have the immense nouu- siion ' jrw iiiimuiianw. ro iioultt, in thi , the general condition of society would (till far better here than in Germany ; yet it - very doubtful whether the present flourishing iiatr would continue to le the same, or whether torn would not he thousand of families in low rircoiiistanee. And in what way, or by whom ,bouM they be relieved ? By the Government But it i verjrimproliable that several hundred milli.nn of dollars out of the puNic treasury. a-auM be voted for the annual relief of the poor, frauehad, according to the census of 1846, a popula...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 29 December 1849

-.. Vt.j'-'" D32 mrt Olio. From Black woodVMajaztae. LINES. "Vh-r shall we make aer pa f Ok ! brr the wild dowers wave, 'la the free air ! Where ike shower and singing bird ; ' Vitbt Ike young leaves are heard , There laf ber there ! ..--rx Harsh was tke world to her ! Now ma; sleep miuiater Balm for each ill. Look oa sweet niavire's breast, Let the meek heart find real, : Deep, Beep and t"l ! Murmwr glad wafers y ! Faint gale with happy sigh) Come wandering o'er . c Tbat greea and monj bed, J'.i , Where, era a genlle head, gtnrm beat bo more i ." What tkgh fir ker in vers " - . Fall aow the bright spring rah, ' . Ftaye the soft wind Yet still from where she tiea -V.ghould blessed breathings rise, (Gracious and kind. f ' ..." I '- Therefore is song and dew Thence la tke heart renew y ? . v' , iLife Jrernalglow ! ; . y . wad o'er that holy earth ' . i Scents of the violets brrslh, Still come and go- , - - Oh ! then where wild flowers wae. ; ' Make ye bar mossy grave, , la the free ai...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 January 1850

4 H i on, col r mi', '. a. tot itt: P I lit J td tbt tbt It. t id c lion HJ Eint r d 11 t rp,. t cltJ car ikcJ Let ent. pes ,1$ lau. s. I t lie r fee Ho tOf Ian foil. te Ico! CJt-l ir! ft nvr: r ilb: ,alr 01 bit at of II IS aa r. sit -4 is"! nit' Vol, o.i THE POLYNESIAN. rD5cial Jotinref.tlie Ha wauan Government. ; eeAvi ainlix.; editor. T (.jjjnfltiJ tl.; one hall lyjaare (S lines r ls), first rtua, J via., t evnuumnre ix ci.; varo, on 'g. rt cee4ti? poe Ualf squir.-, y the year, S5.00; -rtcMdio; one xquare, -,00. - Vearlr advertising not Vieiin? one ialf column, S3'09;noi exceeding one jrti, 41,00.' FearlT; advertising ii in tied to the d-r.mer'atoaiiuess.41";j,s-.. .",.. , 'ji ifrertsentcnZ. Twenty-fire ceals per line, for rt losentoa, ana six aaa ooe-lountt ceuls tor each ,.ei?at insertion. J ' Jsaiwot airerlisers ire required to pay in advance..- . . f '-. 9 - i- :;. . Lit f AeiiUfor the Polynesian.'; - .-: v .mil. H. S. Swinioa.' Uosto'. ; R.D.Jarvn& Co. rfii. ;- Piti. - S...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 January 1850

THE POLYNESIAN., SATURDAY,. JANUARY 5; 1850. HONOLULU, SAiHJIiD.AY; JAN. 5. t-0' st hoiifbir of Uchd? there .te a -few. rctnnrks "on the, annexation of the SmSjwich k Islands to'the I7nitef Staler. These dedon'tfu3, suggestion iu h New York jpeperthat i t would.be well for the United States to annex ihe Sanrtwich'lslartds to the Union, on -' .- the ground that "the" native population is rapidly f,llrpenriiigj,fliiil. that the.Il..nds must sooner 4 later come into ihe "possession of some civil - ji;j)owen 1 : ?It 1s lior'the'charfpteristic of civilizntioir to .- disregard the "rights rof property, especially in "Mhe" possession of the weak. On the contrary, . is the 'dufy"of civilization to protect that prop- . i erty.. There is, .therefore, no wonder that the V American eople, generally do not sympathise "with the New York writer, in the opinion which - Aehronrhes td the world. The American peo- -ple have already contributed little short of one "J milUon qf dollars to civilise the H...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 January 1850

pi", I WIW S.and iVnbenm ..:. :nll.,...i r.:-..i.: : . " .v "c -,vv.., awmuH neuisto the inrrn of useful knowledge.. .. - . ' 1 That the soul be without knowledge it is not good," is die declaration of the' wise man know w ho said - My people. are destroyed for ack of knowledge." Knowledge is power, is an adage in the mouth of everybody. It is respec tability.; The -rossly ignornnt-man cannot re fpect himself. The voluntary ignorant one can . t" He may boast of noble birth, or Je may, be purse proud, thej basest, niosi contemptible as Carlyle truly Rays, rutiriitle lo fafwl tfittr ....... . .l 6, su tlinil) OI mem jiave ao n mred tne elements nfLnnuLi,...!.. ..... . i - """-""-pf ae teanieu w read, sb that they can search the scriptures imth. ami to vrite so tht 1 : - nbe rising generation have lai.l a goo.1 foundation tar an education in tne common schools and in h. Wen vweeeasfuUj taught during the last twenty-five years, t is a snliject f devout thanksgiving that Jso many books h...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 5 January 1850

0 r r - - H I. I: i K IT r 4; V r ! COUNTING-HOUSE ILL1 1-1 a 1 fil l 2 3 4' 6 ! 2 a 4 5! i! 7! 8 o4 alAlf 1 l 3 - 1415 w 1718 ij; 5 2122 2324 25.7 28 5230.31; I 4V5 6 7 8 91 10 S 1112131415 !6 I; 5 18 19 20 21 2234 "' I I J J J a T I 1' 2 3 4 5; 6 I J gi 5 10 111-'! 3! i4 ft 15I6 17 18 19 -0 1 22 5 24 256 -8 2 M21'22Sm3o,2G1 r i i t i ! 2 i 8 4l 5 6 7i ; '1(111,12131115 1'5 il7'Wt2l22 2 ".ai2.20j2728 - i -4 II !" ' 1 1 2 4 5' 6 T "8! 9 w 10 11 12 131415 16 C 17 IS 13 2021 22 23. 2 252027 23 2,30; .31 1 ! ' - I li 2 3 4- &L ' . 7 W 910111213 I I 12 -3! 4 w i i T . .1 ' 7! 8 910 1 li z E.Hir,10.17lW! Ss 11 15 16 17; '8 & 978 29 30 31r. i -H J282a.3; -mm i i lit I I 1 .! 3 4' 6U; 7 89 inn 1' 1314 16 :6 1 Z ! 8 910 11 1213141515171 l;.2l:.'1222324 25 i7isia20ii:wii;8i Ki21 25,6 271-8,.30 jl- 9 4" 5 6 7 8 i Kill 121314 15' ()1 910 11 ; 151617 13;-8.-2;i 5i22 23 24,2o,C6,.i -8.! " !29 80 3l. I ' 1 It! 17 IS 19 20 21 22, 12o227,2.a. T I'' ' ' -SHOP-KEEPING. .During the nintu ana i...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 January 1850

., 1 IT - . I ,1.. -- " . . " "" -.... jMM.iJiiSi.'!... - " ,f ff i ' . - Ja- -,-..-.),. F..S.- . " a v . v- -a j - yft;::yp - - - '3 h ;.H ON.O LULII SU tit R n a v i rivrn Vh ,oVA 1 ;.TH-E POLYNESIAN . Tfce OfficiaV Journal of the Hawaiian Gorirntnent ' w P;0.1?8611' Honolulu, Oaha, H. I EDWIN 0.' HALL. EDITOR'"-" : erms;-w' One copf ier aaaain, ia adrmace; 2 T c inn Oae copy sis moautsia Uvance, - t , . 3 60 Kte r AdrertUiar. v Oae siret ( lines), first iosenkm.ti.OO.eacn con cnnnce J5 cts.; one half square is liaea or Ject. fir urtioo, 50 ci., each continoance 12 cts.; Cards, no- oc, c. mm csceeam; one nan square, by the year, 5,00; irtexoredios one sqnaras.OO.' Yearly adreriisinr not tpxe&xog one hall column, 30.00; not exceedine one I .... . BCAAA .1 X." I I . - . .. , .9 ok"""-! - rij aurenisin iinutea 10 tae ad. wrtiser's own hnsiness. . . kJ., ..... fcrol Adtertuemenf. Twentylfire cents per line, for uk mist minimi, uu six ana oae-iounn cents for each foMeqoeai insertio...

Publication Title: Polynesian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 January 1850

At feat-ia' round lumbers' lo - 3,(S)P,o6d cubic .lurhon nulled -will vield asmany tons THi nrrmber tmiHiidied by the number of square imiei ia: the. stratum will v 4 1,030, 000,030 tons; which from three cduhtie alone, will yieid.'amiuallyrfor 2701) gears', -lOO.OiW tons of irwrv-naore than equal to the greatest amount made' in England pre vious to the year loasf. - The above comprehensive Tacts show at a ipgle glance what me Juture aestiny w State is to be; but instead of making any -comments'" of our -own ::. we.' will close with another extract fcoin the Review. Speaking f Ohio it says: ' .-v'-.' ' ' ; 7 . .i-lt'Sho can-produce $500,000,000 of agri cultural products, which will feed 20,000 000 "of people. ' She can manufacture everything far people may want; and. therefore,' as ma ' ny can .inhabit her soil as .bread can feed, rln this estimate we have not given an amount ' beyond that made for Great Britain and Ire "jand, by a distinguished "writer, who stated ''that their 75,0...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 January 1850

K H 4 te- fttit it. J i n IT e- mL" fur iW hi My toe "V. a to her s ha rria. 4 Hi- JBl 9 Of un ' et uu ICT MMit ' iWf red HA day rotu ura- g ulu. una e ti l.ali lore in W4 irk e ws Ire- Jple Her Hen tber M 'for 8- irtf es- rare ii n to kin, wrJ jab ted" Iff 6 r7 it Jts UK I l rH .-I pes o sb is ti nt b A u,4f ibeAIoitghij. But H hile.this is true will pot tbe remrmfcrtifctiftPtBat journey occasion- iWearv waste ami tend to nerve each one 6f us the more nfullj W cMOttnter. iit tnU and Miappont- la closing, baa Intea my , purpose to throw tfit few f ffettioiM, in Wgarcl to matter much js.in yonrcofunw, bnt the ireal lennh ,hich tbew Wy?rt hare alrea.lj rearheLVhe frtre ""1 nwrB,aod , the Tact lhat I not youfr readw,TrMt8maft, ,J jourirfffofte ino stopbefe. and Write ouri , fccf, pnn! js tonhetfkeleion ofiia ittrnier rreat- r. iw gaie once guarded by well JriBel frddStr J ow eiitirely . darted ;anl fCfi tbe hearjr cannon which lie chitered over ve oAuieHtciiiMrre now onljrto gratify th...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 12 January 1850

--t J'--, I. ML MwfcCiTEMPNTiXA HWieBS, has a carious id&bf thfioweraof an Editor. She thinks, donbtless.iiis pen is equally ready at anedi " vitorial, a : V horrid . murder,' V a sermon, an eptc or a sonnet. She has an enlarged and ; most complimentary, faith', in the Editor s versatility of genius Consequently, Miss Clementina (sweet,-euphonious name) sends .f us the following beautiful thought, express--ied, as she says, .'in hgr unpoetical manner," and modestly requests s to convert itinto a ; Sonnet. ; .We, "cannot deny the fair Clemen tina bo'v brine us our machine our double ft-. ..,. .- 1 v ... renneu, patent wuuci mam . , MCSIC - r. " J BTCLB-ESTISAB. WICEB. Muic, how it soothes me! - - . - . It brcaihe upon the water of my troubled soul, '. ' jAkinj' them calm with hsppinessQ " f " -.. Like mint fair and whits-winged eraph, V. Who stoops from heavealv heights, " " ,. .V."i And poors into wins ear ; fs . - v , " The living rapture, of -an angel's thought ! : ' -, , ."."...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 January 1850

rv . -vs. I5 ' . ' ' . ' '" 1 ; .1 ' '' '' j THE POLYNESIAN. fke Official Journal of the Hawaiian Government li puuusvvu wwwj si nonoiuiu, ua.uuf Ji. I. EDWIN O.' HALL, EDITOR. TERMS. Oae copy Pr annum, is advance, tS 00 (fat copy six months, ia ad ranee, ....... a 50 Smjle copies, - .... 12 Rate of Advertising. Oac saoare, (IS Hoes), first insertion, 11,00, each con. biimm ucu.; one nan square (8 lines . or less), first pruoa,S0 els., each continuance 12 J ets.; Cards, r. nces, &c not exceeding ooe half square, by the year, as.OO; ier.creding one square, $3,00. Yearly advertising :-. noeediog one half column, S30.00; not exceeding .t csl.mn, 860.00. Yearly advertising limited to the d tertiser's own business. Ural Aieertise me. Twenty-five cents per line, Or first insertion, nod six and one-fourth cents for eacn vabseqoeat insertion. Transient advertisers are required to pay in advance. LUl of Afentt'ftr the JPtHtfnetiaH. tihinra, H. S. Swiaina. Bosroa, - G. D. Jarvev Co. fliiA...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 January 1850

TV v. , li 4': It V' k : 0 5 i . i America where (hey -will enjoy institutions aad self-goverrttne nt of English origin, and will not be Uable.tb have their prospects Sirred by the ignorant-, and capricious in terference, of distant and irresponsible au thorities, or of their ill-selected instruments. Within the last five-and-twenty years, as I hae already said, about two millions of per bave emigrated from this country. One Bullion Tiave 'gone directly to the U. States o Ajtgnca anujauoui ouu,uuu 10 our norm American colonies of the- latter, more than have, re-emigrated to the United States? 'Therefore, in all probability, three fourths of the emigration from this country during the kst five-and-twenty years ' has been to the United States, (in fact, last year, three-fourths of the emigrants fom this coun try 188,000 out of 248,000 went directly to the United States)."v It is not improbable, therefore, "that the number of persons now livin in the United' States "who were born Briti...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 January 1850

N ec- oa ca- led. wtr rths son er ider the the sco. tnd ut a 4th, al. ited Be- led the ded. oar- as i S o iced :rty, nd ring usly h of n on ("the lled n. !r ided ftke COT nee form ling ate "7 reeo rLes. here t the lines wia itsxt dert rado f il UXCI ten So idea din; mien : tbt airy iata- sin; ! rsse par ints- be id a rbifi! firei i so ever, tort r dtrf OB I SO d bf f ri .the id! .st- eai,hed brick store owned brnrfojne ft Co, snared 6e fire the corner of W ashingtoa and Montgomery WW " 7 : v..tlscus -cxeruoBg,the James were prevented from . spreading further. At 12 w i uc uiimng came. clown and the fonflagrat,on was considered at mo end. Losses. At this time if is Quite imnoRsiku.,. "re " !?.!!fimio" ."Ji-gvthe extent of ffie":.. '-v lernoie catastrophe : bat besr-tvanopAly estimated at one millioi and a fci!f dofflrs, which it is probable may not be found far torn the mark. . ... T. ..:.- For ike Polynesia- " - ". . Traveller's Notes. - t ' 4 Every traveller is aware that ; be ofte...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 19 January 1850

i; i i vr it- . V ,"- ft i - if".-; J - r r V I I If !? i '2 j"nve as a"hir4-a dead era mobs ? . As plants aa a partridge aa poor aa a Wr4 lii-AahaHaBatat-aapftaiBMla-i J Aa waiia aa a lily-as alack aa axoal Aa pUia aa a flxe-ataf aa ranga aa a bear ei' Aa light aa a dram a free aa tba ajr Aa &ee aa lead-a Ilfihl aa a feather " 'aO.Aaacaadj aa lime an cert J aa weather .". t . Aa hot aa aaaaaB -aa cold aa airog -;-a jjr !ark aa aiefca a. def-r . . 'Aa alow aa a-tortohe . aa twit aa the wrad -. -"-As trne-aa the eaaet aa falae aa atankiad i . J4 thia aa a herring a fat aa a pi-!-r ! v '-Aipnmd'MapeaeekMthe'aitajirfe' . ' . Assavage as Ugeraaa mitJ aa a doVe-1; ' . .-; A atifl aa a poker a limp aa axlove 'iTI " Aa blind aa a bat aa deaf aa a post, ? ; Aa cool a a cocamber aa warm aa a toast Aa red aa a cherry aa pale aa a hou - ; If ever lift' shnll teem " To thee a tuiUome v " !'And gladues i ese U leam . Upon itn ctau.trd.Ja; C " i If, like the weaiitJ dove, O'er bore'es onu dri...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 January 1850

.... ... ' . ' '''"''"'' " ' ' Vbll 6ll . '" II A V tT TTT T Va m"rW i r ' . . "ITZ" " .-': - "T"" 4 1 a I. tl. ol ud lm it! n sir (W tat tha ex. W !, 1 M ,bbb ere. eke. per one e or ilot- va- :'v . At anal 5 vaJ tha Jt. w e fcrJ s.ia-U which . and; or. A .4 d tx-y e an c pro-, e eter i ri; a said of a r?o Lfc,sf cobel, tK ilhS;j i naM atiaa i.lK all y ai Si thro xlfje? tbe- ott Dufte- ba it stsaj ese aks kad fce1 aata; rri fe rf i tn tifi H?t . atk THE POLYNESIAN. fie Official Joarnal of the Hawaiian Government it pubiisnea weekly at Honolulu, Oa.hu, H. I. EDWIN O. HALL, EDITOR; .. :; TERMS. Oaecapy peranaon,tna-lvBce, - t6 00 Oaecopy sii atoalas,ia advance,- .... 2 50 Snjjle copies, ----------.--.-. 2 J " Rates of Advertisinr. On sqtrtre, (IS lines), first insertion, Si, 00, each eon police 3 els.; one half square (8 line or less), first BitiUoa, cia., eacn continuance 2 eta.; Cards, no. pet, &c not exceeding one half square, by the year, C5.00; ptexceedia? oe square, f 3,00. ...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 January 1850

n r I r : ' 5s---, N i; i i: V t r. - r. J - I v I- V 2 i r i: p. y 3 "4 4 146 LORD ASHBURTON-AND DANIEL , WEBSTER, The following remarks we-copy front an excellent article in lh North American Re view, for January 1849, upon the character of Mr. Webster a a Diplomatist. 'N ' " Never were two men more fitted to con duct such negotiations as these to a happy issue, than Lord Ashburton and Mr. Web ster. The one was a thorough Englishman, not bred in the practice of truth and justice to diplomatic arts, but aslule, sagacious, and candid; master of a style which reflected admirably the sincerity and manliness of his character; sufficiently informed upon, all the general principles applicable to the subjects in controversy; warmly desirous of peace, because capable of appreciating all the rela lions of England and America; and enter taining always a friendly regard to this conn try, but never forgetting the interests and honor of his own; with no party purposes to .accomplish, and with n...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 January 1850

4 t- Itt Of eh r'K on to Hk is re b cb in- . ir- r-x-ar m cl of tO. rill to u. Mi bed est en. ted 0S- ia bat lae i tht. ' CI MS a m4 ea srt tic st ar mi 3S A i ie-; v ICS. SS A eenitonAa fast from Mazatlan. -rul c. aerl cou-- wHa an mnrpemietit jmcbt ex Motion from England, inftrrrras us thitt the Brit Ik Omul at Mazatlan told him, I bat Sir John fni.kliH had beeo rikeoverel by an Knglih ex ertion n the Atlantic passage, in Prince Re wtnT$ inUl. here be hml lrt, frown in nearly fair years. 1 be weather during; the greater part J that Period had been unusually cold, even for iathigh latitude; while that of tbo-past year is lie", o.i the contrary, warmer than usual Oaibw account the expedition referred to, hai yrt able, it m aaifl, to iienetraie the icy barrier ! rescue the unfortunate adventurers. The pndeniaa who fare us the information, is of the ,,,fce4 rvsjaxtalNlity; and although the facts he ,f mi were related with such ifegree of euu p,, J evident a iWre to avoid all e-ag-rrai...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 26 January 1850

148 THE FRIGATE'S TENDER:1 OR THE NAUTICAL '-" Tae o iAe Last ffarti'fovded on Fact. BY HOr. l'H. II811H1K. It was early on a sunnjrjnorning during the progress of the last war with Great Bri tain, that a young naval officer, walking on the Rattery at New York, had bis attention drawn to a group of persons earnest! enga ged in waiching two vessels just visiblelar down the liarl.or. '.' . - " " Wiidt is i:, my friends ?" he aaked, ia a frank, hearty tone, as he joined themV The tender again, chasing in a schooner, sir," answered an old tar, touching the point of his hat as he noticed the anchor-button on the officer's coat. " Here's a spy-glass, sir," said a master's mate, who6tood near, and at the same time respectfully handing it to him. Thank you, my man," auswered the lieutenant, with a smile, as be took the in strument and placed it to bis eye. By its aid he could clearly distinguish an armed schooner, of about ninety tons, crowd ing sail in chase of a trading fore-and-after,' t...

Publication Title: Polynesian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Polynesian. — 2 February 1850

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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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