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iv of addressing u tin; subject of a Island of Oahu tins loth day of November, A National" Institute for the Promotion of dethroned, that France Uib roused in
' ,.r sL'ned by thy present (.ovcrnor of 1 U:jo. -c . . i ... xv- ..: . i. t ..... v.. .
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,u Is and, which lias cieated a general, Art. I. English subjects sha be perm t- i i ... . i .. i .i . .i . . i , ..
. .t ..-.I: . l' - ... ...... J . . v,,,,u unci ic most distiii-Miis bed ini-ti in the 'ami that thev mtit join to in:iiih f.trtli.
I uneasiness on the part of the 1m. r- ted to come with their vessels and
, )iiti-li Residents, involving iis it does of whatever kind to the Sandwich Islands;
T. -ccuritv of their pors ns and property, ; Tli EV SHALL ALSO BE PERMIT
3,1 subjecting tiifiruweuings lo domiciliary i l 1U KESlOi; Til EKE I S AS
I'iw. LONG AS THEV CONFORM TO
nr. ii.oi I i
i . . i . Lnited States are members.
The Earl of Durham is death
with upon Paris. As funic wen piepar
ing to oliey, their captain, w ho had Let n
:i :i Ivi'iwil be the noise. rnhil lit iinnim
U. S. Frigates Independence ami ( 'on- j " ,j their wavering loyalty
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M I llC U'cmiiviii v.i 11 i u 1 11 . v. 'i MPuiir, iiiij ii.win KJ I 1 IllnTi 1M,A.W. ' l)V s lOUtlM'' IVP lo HOI lll'l WonU
Jr, conveys a notification that the domes-land to build houses and warehouses for their were to form the Last India Squadron under., a !KClljl. ollslu,( between him and
A.viilll.e taken from our house to work ' merchandise with the consent nf tin- k'io.r Sh. mm:. ml ,.r rv.m iv.i..... I . i V .1 1 .
. 1 1- i .,,1. .,1.. . , 1 1 1 , .I- , ,, " - v.... rrmcc j.ouis. w nen 1 ne auer drew a s
1 1!,.: riiblic Iliads, the only exception be- and go..d Inendship shall continue between , . . L I 1 n, 1 ( . . 1 t 1 11 1
1 two individuals, and them only on pav in- the subjrets of both eountr.es, irtat JJritain ! 1 1 fc,'U P- I nr-j ! m uI tirnl: unfortunately the .all shal
Jil.iavv substitute in money. - and the Sandwich Islands. rest, is expected here shortly from Valpa- ,rri '1 xhv i"ik r-j;iv of a poor soldier win
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y w0 cannot nu view uus novel ana e, Art. 11. -,n-:lisli subjects resilient at the raiM), viu. t. Manniesas Islands.
was enleaorinur to separate them, and the
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fcjlieve. uii.insUliabio ana Uespolie attempt ; Sandwich Islands are at liberty to go to their , j nie party. Iiiulmtr tliat tlie soldiers Were
Ovulated to disturb the peace of the com- 'own country or elsewhere either iiubeir own 1 The (iovernor appears to have entered ! , ;ew arm, that the otriecrs were faithful,
I unity, in violation ot the Tieatv , and di-: or any other vessel; they may dispose of ; nto the spirit of road making in pood ear- , that nothing was to lie done there, preci
r ,,:tlv contrary to the usages ofcivili.ed na-j their Ktlerts, Knelosures, Houses, ive., . st, and has alrendv commenced the one to'pimtclv iiuitted the Caserne, and retired
Oim in 1 their relations to l oreipn Residents w,, the previous knowledge of the Kiup, - .uanu, and is also 'gatl.orina materials for to the'port.
V.. i:.ve to reuuest voiiw i l take sue . I an. take the ;i ue w ith tlt. ni u itlnt.it :mv ! e
1., - as the emerenev of tuo im.....li.n..,.f ul,...,,-,,. !.,. l,.l .... wi.i..i. :a onu causeway to cross the river oelow l,y tins tune the town was roused, tin
Xmh imuerativelv to demand, as onlv a few ! houses are built, is the nroncrtv of the Kin.r. tI,e present wooden bridge. authorites were on fo)t, the drums w re
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rtys ii"ticu has been granted by the (iover-
iJr ut'ioie carr u. y uiu uiuuruo enactment
Wmtm-r vour earlv answer.
We remain, Sir
(Signed) (jKokc.e Peli.y,
Fort, Feb. 22, 1 S 4 1 .
Sir I have received and undei stand vour
liter respecting the complaint made to you
lj .Messrs. IVlly, Siinueraud (irtenwav.
I will now maue known to vu the mean-
rv of this w ork w hich is called (jovernment
rvice. lhreedays out ot a week, which
twelve days in a month is the amount of
je work. 1 hereforo it the foreigners de-
e some ot tho people to remain with you
take charge of property or houses ami
lier business, let them make it known to
and let the men pay '25 cents per day :
jt if a man neglects to give me notice, or
the olncer, he must pay oU cents per day
:oruui2 to the law. lhatlwish you to
lerstand is what I have to say.
1111 not saying anv thing respecting for-
ners, but 1 speak concerning natives,
ijects of this government.
1 am with respect,
(Signed) M. KCIvUAXAOA.
l It. Cll AUMO.V,
Fort, Feb. 22, 13 11.
Salutations to you, 3Ir. (Jcorge Felly,
but the King shall have no auth.nitv to de
stroy the houses or in any way injure the
propel ty of any lritih subjeit.
Art. 111. Vhen an Fnglish subject dies
on the Sandwich Islands, his F.tl'eets sliall
not be searched or touched by any 'f the
(iovernors or Chiefs, but shall be deliver d
into the hands of his Kxeeutors or heirs it'
present, hut 11 no hoir or executor appear,
j' The Kuglish steamers were runniiii: be
jtween Valparaiso and Panama.
beating to arms, ami the National (1 nurds
pouring out in all directions. The pro
clamations, one of which I enclose, with
Queen Victoria's accouchment was ex- a decree, had been lavishly distributed
peeled to take place in November. A roval along every stri ct tlirouli w hich thev
nursery had bA-n prepared under the super-: passed, and money triven to those who
intendance of Prince Albert. It is a nice one had lollowcd them. These soon declared
and a huge one too, a hundred w orkmen be- v'hat the object was, and the necessary
the Consul or his agent shall be executor fur ing employed in lining up the suite of rooms directions were triven by the Sous-Prefet
the same; it any debts were owing to the Ifor the expected Prince. (Frineess?)
deceased the Governor of the place shiill j ,. ,. . .. ... .
assist and do ail in his power to compel the 1 !,e rcu,,M1- P"1,110 w,n W '"toir-tcj to
debtors to pay their debts to the heir or ex- ib'arn that there is a prospect fa new paper
eeutor, or the consul in ease 110 heir or ex- 'being staited by some individuals of this
eeut()r appears, and the consul is to infirm uWn, as soon as an editor and paper can be
the Kins: of the death of cverv Mritis'h sub- ; , 1
. 1 . 1 . 1 ' provided.
eet leaving property unoti the Sandwich Is- ''
lands. TAMFIIAMLHA Jd.
KD. ItUSSKLL, Captain of
II. U. Majesty's ShipActeon.
SATURDAY, MARCH (5, K11.
The Morea brings us regular lib s up to
the date'of her sailing, Oct. Sth. They are
mostly occupied with tho election retuins,
and preparations lor the coming Presiden
tial election. The election of Harrison was
considered as certain, and the enthusiasm in
his cause was great. 31 any merchants had
refused to do any more business until after
pleasure along the BritMi coast, for 11
il.-iv s. In this lie i'l!:l.:ii Ki'il with ",( '..!
the election, and it is said that tho fulfilment 11 , 1 i .. .. .
. ... I low ei s, c m lit noises and two carriages 111
01 many inairunomai engageinenis, on the
part of the fair ones, depends upon the sue-
to attack the disturbers of the peace. With
in two hours the greater part were either
prisoners in the citadel, shot or dispersed.
They made no stand after leaving the
Caserne. Home made their way with the
eagle to the Napoleon column, some w ith
the Prince hastened to tin; sea side, and
signalled for a boat from the steamer.
Fnfortiinatelv for them, too many trot in
to it, and it upset. The Prince with three
or four others swam for the steamer, and
had a narrow escape ol bemg drow ned.
During their absence, however, allairs
changed on board the steamer. M. Pollet,
the harbormaster by order of the Mayor,
had proceeded with a dozen cuslom-ltouse
officers in a boat, and taken possession of
it; it was fortunate for the Prince they
did so, for in returning into the harbor they
(iifltiil I11. 11 ol.fti.-n.fr ..l. ..!!.. .
, .... 1 1 . ! t v- i'"1""1 Him uiiihj.-i vA.iii iimi'ii, ciuiirinir 10
Company, was lured by Prince Louis Na-, ,1 , . .. .. . ... . ... , .TV
. V ' .. the buoy about the eighth of a inile from
0 (l ilwlnliwlt .1 V ln Mil o HII.V 1..0 r -
ATTEMPT!' I) REVOLUTION IN
Boulogne Sur-Mer, Aug. (J.
This morning one of those mad attempts
at revolution which have'ciiaracterised the
Trench since the days of the first and of
jmeniornble July, disturbed the inhabitants
:of this peaceful town from its slumbers.
The facts, as 1 have collected them, are as
The City of Edinburgh steamer, bt long
ing to the Commercial s'team Navigation
. Henry Skinner and 3Ir. b . deenway, cess of I Iarrison. Business was dull nion-
$"30,000 had been collected at a Fair in
..r . !:. .. 1 1 1
i-cis 01 vireui jruuiu. 1 nave rcceiveu ' ey easv
;ar letter and understand vour words re
tting, my troubling you and opposing you
oppressing you and annoying you, and ! Boston, in aid of the funds for the comple-
breaking the Treaty. Where .are vour ;tion of the Bunker Hill Monument. It was
I lave done nothing like what you have said, ! a jjorious affair, as we learn both from suce-
1 pave no desire like that. 1 take nothing .... . ,iw
1 j 1 . 1 1 . . 1 . . 1 i tators and the papers,
what belongs to me. 1 have not opposed 1 1
but you have attempted to take my The Boston line of steamers to England,
,3lliess into Vour hands, and Vour words re e.omnetinir sueeessliillv w ill. llic .'v
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the Thames 011 Wednesday last; this
morning, about l o'clock, they reached
the coast of Trance, off Wimiroux. about
three miles from Boulogne. The surprise
of the captain anil crew may he imagined
to see the w hole of his passengers come on
deck, not in the peace fill gatb of citizens,
but en niili(iiic, some as lancers, some us
gcncial olliceis, some ;c-private soldiers,
i 1 1 1 an oil-skin covering on their hats,
with the number JO painted in front, that
being the regiment which at Strasbuig bad
formerly identified itself so seriously in the
caiie; ol Louis Napoleon.
Their object w:is soon made evident.
edto do it agreeably with the word of thy Boston in all October last among the mini- The ship's boat was lowered, and the
Kiig as government work according to law, W. Ilooner. of the (inn of Ladd whole comi.anv lauded in three trios. Bo.
Myou say that 1 annoy, oppress and bur- Q si,;Vil tMXl Mum ,-.unlli,.s !j-rc. p,i!M.(; ,.f, ,M, u., t(. ()r(lered
flei von, involving your property. 1 have . , , ... , i.. ,, . ....
ta nothing .ifv ouVs, but you have opposed wfl vatclnnaker. hhe wa- to touch at i l.e captain to eru,e ...1 the coast, hut to
mi and thrown obstacles m the way of the Valparaiso. ; Keep close into ouogno. anl haveab..;,t
Tlj the language of opposition to the orders i;ie.
fy King to make a road. 1 have men-j (
iotied this subject of a road to you, you have ! ' The ship d
proved of its being made, and 1 h t rmiu- ! of passengers for this place, was to have left
j'. I. It ...! a. . ..v.
loueester, with a large number
Kill's order. 1 ti... v.. : . ; 1 ... : ready niamied to come oil" for them should
r - 1 iii--xiiiiiiii-i ti'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii."ai.
make a 'rreat work, n ffovcrnnn-ut it 1 1 . . r .1 .. i thev Mgnab.e to that elleet. Aiming lioe
, .. . . . n"-ul " r. "" Helena, d( stiued to convey the remains ot , , ., .. .
k ot it is the way to have the work done , lauded I have been nine to collect the
.fTimptly therefore to secure its speedy ae-; l" '' ,iiUntls - ( ;(.11(.nil MtlMon. Col.
l.sinneut 1 made a g.vei;ninent work oi,- lo umia: spomiknts. A Mioscnner win . VaUlrey , Col. Panpaaiu, and Col. Dela
.J I liis work takes the floating population find his ouestion answered in another col- i,,,,..!,,
;-well as all others. This is not the com- ; ,,, A nerson who ntteumts to bully and i vi'. 11 1....1 1 .1 .
i Ul. . 1 1 I . I I ' IH'II till lliMl IO MH O. I ll' 11(1(1 1 -
- labor tax on Jarmers which renders it irim.ullt,i,n i;(1v..r.mr ...L. bis list, in bis !... .1... . . .0 .
;il-crlbr your people to be exempt, but it ' ' , " l,mi ,,M" 1 M( 0 imm:i
.1 I. ' 1 !n- nrtfl 1'iircnc niwl utiinrs :it inn it., llio .1... Ii .t
verninent work. ........ - ,iu.' v .niiau.x, uuc ruuomau into mo
t vou wish vm.r non.dn to remain at home ' high-pressure principle, Mc, wc agiee wan (in,nde Kue. shouting ' IVC llioereiir "
J . 1 l. . . . . . .... .. ... ' .... . ; .
the JTiucc carrying bis hat on the point el
his sword and waving; it in the air; from
the ( i rand Rue they made their way by
the Rue de la Lampe to the Caserne, and
lua wishes an advertisement of his wants in- lioused the small body of the troops of the
serted, he must send a notice in proper form, line (I believe only one company) that
We have shown his letter to several indiv id- perform duty here. The soldiers, awnk
uals, none of whom seemed disposed to meet ened, and seeing themse lves surrounded
his views. ;b general olliceis, knew not what to
make of the scene. They were, however,
soon made to comprehend that a lcvolu.
to snore, lie was taken on boan . ;,,!
with him Colonel Vaudrev. In escaping
from the shore thev narrowly avoided be
ing shot; several balls passed close to the
Prince, and several of his followers sank to
rise mi more. The report is, that six have
been found; one poor doctor, w lio surren
dered, was shot by a National (iuard.
J)i:st lroKv Tnoiiiiiis. Life would be
as nnsuppoi table without the prospect of
!oath, as it would be without sleep.
t-i-m - v-TT-i-,- 1 piim I llj MM l.
At this place on the morning of the .f.th
iiet. .Mrs Angcline T. wife of Mr. Samuel
N 'Casil.., agi d ;A). The funeral will be
attended ibis afternoon at -i o'clock; Sermon
by Roy R. Armstrong. Foreigners arc rc
spe t!tilly iuv ited to attend;
In Alarbbhead, .Mass. U. S. (apt. Thom
as Meek, ,(), for many years a resident of
the Sai dwi( h Islands.
cook, steward or other person to keep him is very far from being a gentlemen; but
2jr house, let them remain and pay 2") ets. our columns are not a fit place to notice such
.X-Vr!,s some 't,,e otnur Tiroi;ners have jnsults, thev being of too personal a nature.
i.ly arranged for their people, and as f the individual who writes us from Kai-
T. (ireenway has done.
1 ftieak notbinrr nf fiireirrners. but of the
(Signed) M. KEKUANAOA.
twvvn Uvv.ii Tlrif.iiii :iiid
He amlu icli li;i3il.
It is said that the l Vi nch blockade of IJuo-
nos Av res is at an end, and that'Pjcsidcnt
o'MLnvu i"iiiii) inos.Wres is at an end, and
f Hides made and agreed on at Honolulu, ' K0sas'has committed suicide.
POST OP HONOLULU,
Br. Brig Wave, Maughn, London,
March I. Am. Whaleship Fama, Hoyer,
from a cruise 1J0 hbls 5periu Oil.
SAI I. ID.
Mar. Ii. Br. Brig Clementine, Rhodes, Ha
waii. Mar. o. Haw. Sch. Kahalaia, Lahaina.
In the Fama, JUrs. Hover and child.
FRSSEE GORH SVlHiiL,
By the Barrel, or less (patntity, con
stantly on hand and for sale by
E. cc II. CRIMES.
lion was on foot, that Louis Philippe wasj Jan. I.