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103 THE POL
Y N ES I A N.
from t ho Laurel.
THE AMKKICAX 1 1 AC.
. ' UY J. R. HHAKE.
Wlion Freedom from her mountain height,
Unfurled her stunliiri to the air,
She tore the azure rnhc of niht,
And set the stars of glory there!
She mingled with its gorgeous dyes
The milky baldric of the skies,
And striped its pure celestial white
With streaking of the morning light;
Then from hi mansion in the sun,
She called her eagle bearer down,
And gave into his mighty hand
The symbol of her chosen land!
Majestic monarch of the cloud!
Who rear'st aloft thy regal form,
To hear the tempest trumping loud,
And see the lightning-lances driven,
When stiidc the warriors of the storm,
And rolls the thunder-drum of heaven!
Child of the sun! to thee 'tis given
To guard the banner of the free,
To hover in the sulphur smoke,
To ward away the battle-stroke,
And bid its blending shine afar,
Like rainbow on the cloud of war,
The harbinger of victory!
Flag of the brave! Thy folds shall fly,
The sign of hone and triumph high!
When speaks the signal trumpet-tone,
And the long line comes gleaming on,
(Lre yet the life-blood, warm and wet,
lias dimmed the glistening bayonet,)
Each soldier's eye shall brightly turn
To where thy meteor glories burn,
And, as his springing steps advance,
Catch war and vengeance from the glance!
And when the cannon-mouthings loud,
Heave in wild wreathes the battle-shroud,
And gory sabres rise and fall,
Like shoots of flame on midnight's pall,
There shall thy victor glances glow,
And cowering foes shall sink beneath
Each gallant, arm that strikes below,
That lovely messenger of death!
Flag of the seas! on ocean's wave,
Thy stars shall glitter o'er the brave,
When death, careering on the gale,
Sweeps darkly round the bellied sail,
And frighted waves rush wildly back
Before the broadside's reeling rack,
The dying wanderer of the sea
Shall look, at once, to heaven and thee,
And sm.leto sen thy splendor fly,
In triumph, o'er his closing eye.
Flag of the free heart's only home!
By angel hands to valour given,
Thy stars have lit the welkin dome,
And all thy hues were born in heaven!
Forever float that standard sheet!
Where breathes the foe that stands before us!
With Freedom's soil beneath our feet,
And F leedom's banner streaming o'er us!'.
Has on hand and for sale, American,
English and French Prints White,
Blue and brown Cotton Drills Linen
Drills Bull'alo Cloth Blenched and
Unbleached Cottons Hamilton Flan
nelEnglish Chintz Chally Dresses
Pelerine and Scarfs Black, Green
and White Veils Fine Cambric Mus
lins Check Tape Muslins Sprig
and Mull Muslins Bishop Lawns La
dies' Silk Gloves Black Crape Pink
Crape Petticoat Robes Silk Cord
Men and women's Hosiery India
Rubber Suspenders Cotton Suspend
ers Worsted Suspenders Bed Tick
ing Men & Women's Shoes Calico
and' Striped Shirts Ready-made
Clothing Silk Handkerchiefs China
Pocket Knives; Spring Balances,
Knives nnd Forks; Scissors; Pins and
Needles ;Gitnblets;Padlocks; Percussion
Cups, and Sad Irons; Braces and Bitts;
Soup Ladles; Gauges; Chisels; Hooks,
and Hinges; Files; Iron and Brass
Butt Hinges ; Cast Steel Hand Saws;
Iron Hack Saws; Compass Saws; Cut
and' Wrought Nails; Cut and Wrought
'Packs; Hat Pins; Cast Iron Furnaces;
Latches; Butts; Sail Needles; Cross
cut and Pit Saw Files; Door, Chest
and Armor Locks; Shovels; Sauce
Pans; Try Pans; Razors; Spoke Sha
vers; Hammers; Wood Saws; Jews
harps; Drawing Knives; Iron Squares;
Adzes; Brittania Table & Tea Spoons;
Axe Handles; Curtain Rings; Hoes;
Currier's Knives; Bonnet and Brass
Verdigris; Chrome Yellow and
Y ellow Ochre; Litharge; Spirits Tur
pentine; Paint brushes; Lamp Black;
Ground Log Wood, and Copperas.
Plain Letter Paper, Foolscap;
Playing Cards; Quills; Blue and Black
Ink; Inkstands, Penknives; and small
Coffee; Olives; Cigars and Tobacco;
Stoughton's Bitters; Pepper; Currants
and Almonds; Dried apples; Cham
paigne; Cider; London Porter; Hams;
Cheese; Pickles; Ginger; Prunes;
Peppermint; Swaim's Panacea; Mo
Assorted Crockery Ware; Glass
Lamps, Tumblers, &e. &c. tf.
For Valparaiso and Tahiti.
The Bark DON QUIXOTE, J.
5B&I&?Paty, Muster, will sail for the above
Ports soon (alter making one trip to the
Windward Islands) for freight or passage
please apply to HENRY PATY &. Co.
November 19, 1040. tf.
To Sell or Let.
.. Tbo Dwelling House and
2jJjjJ Premises, owned by Mr. E.
"-$SS3 Stlmvan, and pleasantly
situated next to those of the Bev. John
Diell, in a retired part of the town. At
tached to them is a stable, good ado
hie cook-house, two grass houses, an ex
cellent well of water, &e. All in good
repair. Possession given immediately.
For terms apply to the owner.
Honolulu, Nov. 20, 1 10.
100 barrels of Salt for sale by
B. PITMAN & SON.
Sept. 19. tf.
HE1TE.7 PATY &, CO.,
J fare fur sale,
10 barrels American Beef, superior quality.
10 bar. Am. Flour, sup. qual. (Gallego Br.)
r0 barrels California Beans.
iHJ baskets Champagne.
GOO sheets Sheathing Copper, 1G and 21 oz.
July 2.3. tf.
3a IPIIEEiiSr (S3 K3ffa
Have for sale,
Hppfl 25 boxes Souchong Tea.
1M '20 boxes Hyson Tea.
lilmMiiiiili la 10 boxes Hyson Skin.
15 do.. Raspberry Winn.
12 " Stoughton's Elixer.
10 " Lemon Syrup.
200 Ohia Rafters.
5 M. ft. Koa Lumber.
2. M. Koa Shingles.
September 12, 1810. tf.
HENRY PATY & Co.,
Have for Sale on the moist reasona
ble terms, for cash, approved credit,
or barter, a great variety of merchan
Silk, Cambrics, Ginghams,
Drillings, Tickings, Osnaburghs,
Merino, Cheneillc, Thibet and Cot
ton Shawls, Silk, Merino, and Cot
ton Handkfs Tuscan Bonnets Silk,
Satin, Velvet and Gauze Bonnet and
Belt Ribbons White and Green Veils
Wound Wire, Rattans, Bonnet
Wreaths and Flowers, Tabs, Gold
and Silver Wheat Lace and Muslin
Wro't Capes and Pelerines Scarfs
Ladies Cravats, French Net Blond
Lace Insertion Open work and
Common Ladies Hose Elastics
Picnic and Cotton Gloves Petticoat
Robes Silk, Satin and Bombazine
Neck Stocks Hooks and Eyes, Nee
dles Pins Emery Cushions Spool
Cotton Buttons Thread Ready
made Clothing, Suspenders.
Axes Hatchets Hand, Back and
Key-Hole Saws Files Rasps
Knives and Forks Sheath, Pocket,
Pen and Dirk Knives Scissors
Butts and Screws Door, Chest Mor
tice and Pad Locks Bolts Sad Iron
Japan'd Lamps Plated, German
Silver, Brittania and Iron Tea nnd
Table Spoons Jewsharps Brass
nails Cut Tacks Percussion Caps
Stirrups and Bits Rat Traps Gun
Flints Stew Pans, Shot Spikes.
Extract Sarsaparilla Extract Bu
che Epsom Salts Calcined Mag
nesia Opodeldoc Oil Spruce Es
sences Cephalic and Maccaboy Snuff
Flour Beef, Ship Bread Cod
Fish Mackerel Tea Sugar Cali
fornia Beans Pickles Salad Oil
Vinegar Arrow Root Corn Pota
toes. FURNITURE. .
1 Pr. Splendid Hair Cloth Sofas
2 Side Boards 1 Bureau 1 Double
Wash Stand 2 Single Wash Stands
1 Card Table G Doz. Wood Seat
1 Elegant Waggon and Harness
COO Sheets Sheathing Copper 2 M
Am. Boards 8 J. Am. Shingles
3 .;V. Birch Boards and Joists 12
Baskets Champaigue 10 Cases Boots
and Shoes 20 Doz. Lemon Svrup
20 Doz. Stoughton's Elixir G Caboo
sesPaint Oil Chrome Lamp
Black Paint Brushes Indelible Ink
Writing Ink Sherry Wine Ridiii"
Whips Bass Viol, Violin and Guitar
Strings Silver Watches Gold Breast
Pins Harmonicons Signal Horns
Umbrellas Men's and Boy's Blk, and
Drab Hats 1 Set Heavy heavino--down
lBocks Bags Twine Brooms
Rope California Soap Letter and
Bill Paper Blank Books Tobacco
Just published, and for sale, by II.
P. &. Co. the New Mexican Tariff
and Port Regulations.
Cash paid, as above, for Bills of Ex
change on the United States, Eng
land, France or Russia.
Honolulu, May 28, 1810. tf
Has just received per Barque Fornger,
direct from London, the following articles,
which he is now retailing at the most
reasonable prices :
Best wide ami narrow Prints. Printed
Muslins. Ladies' and Gentlemen's fine
cotton Hose. Black and China silk Hose,
and Gloves. Patent leather Dress Shoes.
Strong ndf leather Walking Shoes, and
Boots. Fine 1 0-1 damask Table Linen.
Fine 4-4 Bird's-eye Diaper. Fine Irj
Linen. Fine Long Cloth. Striped Shir,
Fancy striped Shirts. Red and blue flan,
nel Shirts. Ready made Cloth Clothin
Fancy Summer Trowsers. Sailor's Sheet
ing and Cloth Trowsers. Fcarnoud,'
Pea Jackets. A good assortment f,
Hard Ware. Double Gloucester CVe
Coffee. Orange Nectar. Superior Pon
and Sherry, from one of the first bom
Fowling-picocs. Muskets. Fincspon.
ing Gun-powder. Manila Hats. Mani!
Cigars. Manila Cigar Cases. Gingham,
Hair and Tooth Brushes. Bridles. Hai.
ters. Stirrups and Leathers. Girth!
Slc. &c. &c. Aug. 29. tf.
B. & II. JACKSON, Bind
Smiths, have taken a Shop o;
the premises of Messrs. E. & H
Grimes, where they intend earn
ing on B 1 a c k s m i t h i n g in all i
branches, and hope by strict atten
tion to their business, to receiv
a share of public patronage.
B. k II. JACKSON.
Honolulu, Oct. 31, 1810. 6w.
B. PITMA2T & SON,
iJavc just received and lor sale,
5 quarter casks Sherry Wine.
2 quarter casks Sicily Madeira.
10 baskets (
C baskets Olive Oil.
1 cask Loaf Sugar.
1 cask Currants.
I case Prunes.
G000 cakes California Soap.
Dec. 5, IIM0. tf.
All persons indebted to the estate'
JOHN WILLIAMS, late of Wainm
Kauai, deceased, are requested to mal
immediate payment; and all persons wf,
have claims upon the estate of said V -liams,
are likewise requested to prcse
the same for adjustment at this nlace.
SAMUEL WIIITJVEV, Exnl
Waimca, Kauai, Nov. 6, 1840. 6w
With Wooden Rollers, for sale at
low price, by
LADD & Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 28. tf.
PEIUCE & BllEWEJt,
Honolulu, Island of Onhu,
HAVE Constantly on hand nnd :
sale on liberal terms, Merchandise imp
ted from the United States, Knglai
Chili, and China, and adapted to i
trade of the
They offer to purchase the product '
of the Sandwich Islands; and of Calif
nia ; and Bills of Exchange on Engk
France, Russia and the United States.
BAKEKS FROM CAIVTOJ
Good people all walk in and buy.
Of Sain it Mow, good cake and p
Bread hard or soft, for land or sea,
"Celestial" made; come buy of we.
Juno 15. tf
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