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From thn Laurvl.
AMERICA TO (iUKAT IJIMTAIN.
BV WAIIIN(i TON A I.I.HTON,
All hail! thou nll; land,
Our lathers' native soil!
O stretch thy mighty hand,
Ciguutic grown hy toil,
O'er thu vast Atlantic wave to our shore:
For thou, with mngic might,
Canst reach to where the light
Of Pha'hus travels bright
The world o'er!
The Genius of our clime,
From his pine-embattled steep,
Shall hail the great sublime;
While the Tritons of the deep
With the conch the kindred league shall pro
Then let the world combine claim.
O'er the main our naval line,
Like the milky way, shall shine
Uright in fame!
Though ages long have passed
Since our fathers left their home,
Thnr pilot in the blast,
O'er untravelled seas to roam.
Yet lives the blood of Kngland in our veins!
And shall we not proclaim
That blood of honest fame,
Which no tyranny can tame
Ry its chains?
While the language, free and bold,
ill v.i ti.v iii i it 't i t wii nuiii
In which our Milton told
How the vault of heaven rung,
When Satan, blasted, fell with all his host;
While this, with reverence meet,
Ten thousand echoes greet,
From rock to rock repeat
Round our coast;
While the manners, while the art3,
That mould a nation's soul,
Still cling around our hearts,
Between let Ocean roll,
Our joint communion breaking with the Sun;
Vet still from either beach,
The voice of blood shall reach,
More audible than speech,
Ve are one!'
Till: MIDNIGHT RKVIF.U'.
At midnight from bis grave,
The drummer woke and rose,
And beating loud the drum,
Forth on his errand he goes.
Stirr'd by his fleshless arms,
The drumsticks rise and fall;
He beats the loud retreat,
Reveille and roll call.
So strangely rolls that drum,
So deep it echoes round,
Old soldiers in their graves.
To life start at the sound.
Both they in farthest north,
Stiff in the ice that lay,
And who, too warm repose, .
Beneath Italian clay.
Below the mud of Nile,
And 'neath the Arabian sand,
Their burial-place they quit,
And soon to arms they stand.
And at midnight from his grave,
The trumpeter arose;
And mounted on his horse,
A loud shrill blast he blows.
On airy coursers then,
The cavalry are seen,
Old squadrons, erst renowned,
Gory and gashed, I ween.
Beneath the casque, their blanched skulls
Smile grim, and proud their air,
As in their bony hands,
Their long, sharp swords they bare!
And at midnight from his tomb,
The chief awoke and rose,
And followed by his staff,
With slow steps on he goes.
A little hat he wears,
A cont quite plain has he,
A little sword for arms,
At his le ft side hangs free.
O'er the vast plain, the morn,
A paly lustre threw,
Th" man with the little hat
The troops, goes to review.
The ranks present their arms,
Deep rolls the drum the while;
Recovering then the troops,
.liclbre the thief dclile.
Captains and Generals round
In circles fumed appear;
The chief, to the first a word,
Now whispers in his ear.
The word goes round the ranks,
Resounds along the line,
That word they give is, i k.wcl
The answer, Sr IIi:li.nk!
Ti there at. midnight hour,
The grand review, they say,
Is by dead Ca sar held,
In the Champs Klysecs.
J lave for 3 ale,
ff n - i o t.. T.,
,, iji -'J iju.wn rvmi. ninii; i ia.
'-'0 boxes Hyson Tea.
iLWiiiifcr 10 boxes Hyson Skin.
1.3 d .. Raspberry Wine.
1:2 " StmiL'hton's Kiixcr.
10 Lemon Syrup.
lJO') Ohia Rafters.
.3 M. ft. Koa Lumber
'J .3 M. Koa Shingles.
September 1J, 1 13 10. tf
D. Pitman & Scei,
Have for sale on reasonable .terms, viz.,
English and American Prints. Ginghams.
Printed Muslins. While, Drown and Blue
Cotton Drill. White and Brown Linen
Drill. Bleached and Unbleached Cottons.
Cambric, plane and Figured. Swiss Mus
lin. Live Ldgings'. lnsertinus. Fancy
Gauze lldkfs. and Scarfs. White Veils.
Garniture. Silk. Satin. Velvet and Belt
Ribbons. Wound Wire. Furniture ('hints.
Hamilton Stripes. Bonnet Wreaths and
I'lowcrs. Ladies ami Gentlemen's Hosiery.
Gloves. Satin Neck Stocks. Nankeens.
lN.ngee Colored H.lkfs. Giass Cloth. Cot
ton lldkfs. Needles. Tins. Spool (Jet
ton. Thread. Buttons. Suspenders. Ready
Made Clothing. Wickyaru, Js.c, &.c.
Molasses. Sugar. Lamp Oil. Tea.
Flour. Meal. Dried Apples. Raisins.
Citron. Prunes. Tamarinds. Pickles.
Vinegar. Nutmegs. Mace. Allspice. Cin
namon. Cloves. Ginger. Sage. Pepper.
Mustard Honey. Tobacco. Cigars. Pipes.
Snuff. Soap. Sallad Oil. Olives. Lem
on Syrup Porter. Pale Ale. Stoughton's
Kiixcr. Wines, kc.
SI MM ITS.
Boots and Shoes. Writing Ink. Shoe
Blacking. Arrow Root. Kpsom Salts.
Bench Planes. Biace and Hilts. Chisels.
Fish Hooks. Combs. Sauce and Fry Pans.
Iron Squares. Screws. Nails. Axe Han
dles. Axes. Adzes. Hatchets. Writing
Paper. Blank Rooks. Quills. Corks, kc.
Generally on hand a good assortment of
Crockery, Glass, and Tin Ware.
Honolulu, Dec. .3, 1 li 10. tf.
PAT1T & Co.,
Have for Sale on the most reasona
ble terms, for cash, approved credit,
or barter, a great variety of merchan
Silk, Cambrics, Ginghams,
Prill'murs, Tickings, Osnahurghs,
Merino, Cheneille, 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 nnd Flowers, Tabs, Gold
and Silver Wheat Lace and Muslin
Wro't Capes and Pelerines Scarfs
Ladies Cravats, French Net Blond
Lace Insertion Open work nnd
Common Ladies Ilose Elastics
Picnic and Cotton Gloves Petticoat
Robes Silk, Satin nnd Bombazine
Neck Stocks Hooks and Eyes, Nec-
dies Pins Emery Cushions spool
Cotton Buttons Thread Keuily-
inadc Clothing, Suspenders.
Axes Hatchets I land, Rack nnd
Kev-Holc Sans Files Jtusps
Knives and Forks Sheath, Pocket,
Pen nnd Dirk Knives Scissors
Butte mill Screws Door, Chest Mor
tice nnd Pad Locks Bolts Sad Iron
JapanM Lamps Plated, German
Silver, Brittania nnd Iron Ten nnd
Tabic Spoons Jewsharps Hrass
rnis Cut Tacks Percussion Caps
Stirrups and Bits Rat Traps Gun
Flints Stew Pans, Shot Spikes.
Extract Sarsaparilla Extract Bu
cl,c Kpsom Salts Calcined Mag
nesia Opodeldoc Oil Spruce Es
sences Cephalic and Maccaboy Suull
Flour Beef, Ship Bread Cod
Fish Mackerel Tea Suunr Cali
fornia Beans Pickles Salad Oil
Vinegar Arrow Root Corn-'-Pota-toes.
1 Pr. Splendid Hair Cloth Sofas
2 hide Boards I Bureau 1 Double
Wash Stand 2 Sinule Wash Stands
1 Card Table 0 Doz. Wood Seat
1 Elegant Wn.Tgon and Harness
VA)() Sheets Sheathing Copper 2 J.
lAm. Boards b J. Am. Shindies
j,1,lf. Birch Boards and Joist? 1
'Baskels Ch;unp:iigne 10 Cases Boots
and Shoes CO Doz. Lemon Syrup
2() Doz. Stoughton's Klixir G Cnhoo
'ses Paint Oil Chrome Lamp
I Black Paint Brushes Indelible Ink
: Writing Ink Sherrv Wine Riding
Whips Bass Viol, Violin nnd Guitar
I Strings Silver Watches Gold Breast
Pins Ilarmonieons Signal Ilorns
Uinbrellas Men's and Boy's Blk. and
Drab Hats I Set Heavy heaving
down 1 Bocks 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 TarilV
and Port Regulations.
Cash paid, as above, for Bills of Ex
change on the United States, Eng
land, Franco or Russia.
Honolulu, May as, 1M0. tf
K. H. GRIMKS,
Have on hand and for side on reason
able terms, an assortment of Knidish,
American, and China Goods, among which
may he found the following, viz.
Brown, Blue, White, Cotton and Lin
en Drills. Cotton lldkfs. Black. Blue,
and White Linen and Cotton Thread.
Bleached and unbleached American Cot
tons, dillcrent widths and qualities. A
nieriean, Knglish and French Prints.
Men's and Women's Cotton Hosiery.
India Rubber, Satin, and Cotton Suspend
ers. Marking Ink, Belt Rihnnd, Bed
ticking, Sailor Stripes. Black Hals. Men's
and Women's Shoes, Rrognns, and Calf
skin Boots and Pumps. White Shirts,
with linen and grass cloth bosoms. Pet
ticoat Robes, Ready made Ciothing, Cot
ton, Nankin, &c, Tassels, Bonnets,
I fair Brushes, Tortoise Shell Dress Combs.
Wick Yarn, Scotch Fluids, French Mus
Light Blue Cottons. Souchong:, Hy
son, ami Pouchong Te as, Sew ing Silk,
Blue and Yellow Nankins, White Grass
Cloth, Colored and Black SiU lldkfs,
Grass Cloth Clothing, Muslin.
HA It 1 W A li I'.
Shovels, Spades, Knives ami Forks,
Jack Knives, Scissors, Pins, Xt.(..n
Gimblcts, Padlocks, Butcher Knives,
Ptitti SJnritur Bullion's. Trnn n.wl ti
Seives, Iron Cotleo Mills, Percuss,,,,,
Caps, Braces and Bitts, Sad Irons, fi
Saws, Nails, assorted, Steelyards, S,tl
Iron, Fry Pans, Sauce Pans, Wrought ail(i
Cast Iron Tea Kettles, Bake Pans, T,5
Trays, Jew's Jiarps, nazors, lintel,,,,.
Wood Axes, Spoke Shaves, Ad.cs. l)(Kl!
Locks, Latches, Chest Locks, Sail .
dies, Fish Hooks, Flints, Looking (J.K
es, Pistols, Fowling Pieces, 1 Bif0, ri)
Rivets. Brass Nails, Rim Locks, Sru
and Pod Augurs, Guutcr's Scales, l'w.
der, Shot, (2 mi Locks, Globe Lnnteria
Codec Roasters; Tin Pots, Tin Pail,'
Harness Buckles, assorted, Currycoml
Rat Traps, Tin Soup Tureens, Files, a.
Memorandum Books, Cargo Knob
Letter Paper, Ruled and plain CnpPap,'
Quills, Wafers, Blue, Black and Bed
Steel Pens, Shipping Papers, and Con,,
I.f M II r.l? .
Cednr Logs, Cedar Boards, America
Pine Shingles. Koa Boards, Plniik m,,
Shingles, N. W. Rafters, and Ainericx.
Olive Oil, Olives. Mustard, SnaiiW
i Manila and Macao Cigars, Ground
ouuii, j ooacco. rHougmon s raixir, mi
on Syrup. Nutmegs, Allspice. Black P;.
per, Box Raisins, Kssence of Spruce nix
Peppermint, Cinnamon, Ground (lintr
Flour, California Beef, Beans and Pu
Cut Tumblers, Macaroni, YerniiciNa.Ca
ifornia, American and English Snnp. Li
cifer Matches. Capers, Ale, Old Port bi.
Sherry, Cordage, Pails, Buckets. Ccar:
and Fine Combs, China Pipes, Beads,
Lozenges, Molasses, Stone Jars. Violin
Fine Heavy Blankets, Ship's Windta
Jewelry, l hemp Cable, Pitch, Rosin, A:
row Root, Cutlasses, Soup Ladles. Bri
tannia Tea and Table Spoons, Wliiif
Green and Red Flannel, Red and Pk
Twilled Wool Shirts, Mat Bags, Brow.
Walking Canes, A.e Handles, LavenA
Water, Shaving Brushes, Ilandspib
Hour and Second Glasses, Jib Bail
l China Bureau, 2 Chain Cables, Ai
ehors, Filberts, Almonds, Prunes, Muse
Wine, Mace, Rice, Fancy Chairs, Halts:
Bottoms. Capers, Steel Hoes, Aincrirr
Pork, Shoe Blacking, Fnglish Duck, IV
ing Lines, Sewing Twine, Nutmeg (!&
ters, S)irils Turpentine, Black Pan
Cayenne Pepper, Razor Straps, Pii'
Cases, Pea Jackets, Ground Yerdiiiri"
Indian Mud, Claret Wine, Cast tu
Punches, I Cook Stove.
PKIKCE & BREWJJBi
Honolulu, Island or Oiilm,
IIAVK Constantly on hand and f
sale on liberal terms, Merchandise inPf
ted from the United States, KnJai
Chili, and China, and adapted to t:
trade of the
Thev offer to purchase the productii1:
of the 'Sandwich Islands, and of Culifrf
nia and Bills of Kxchange on KnglllC
Fiance, Russia and the United States.
Six good Mules,
Enquire of LADD & Co
June, G. tf.
Terms of the IMtl.YNKSlAN.
SuHsrKipTioN. Kijrlit Uollnrs Tr tmiM niiF";
tl in tuhiiiHc; hall' tr.it, l'ic Dollait-; qlwr-
im . . : i . .. or ...
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Hjiiiuc; forty mils for cadi onliiinaiK 'Hie f J
half hihI Ii;sh than u Kiiurc, H. 5 fr 'f' I i
lions, nnd J) n-ntK for enth ufier int-ei 1 1'- '
wiiiiiH,!l, 25 foi liirt Ihrce iiicortions, oiul' r'11 "
'JVriiif of yt-iirly udit'itieing made known fi l' t
cat.on to the editor. ';