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Jwy of the present laws to .protect the per- former personages , ro in the habit of Her Prittanie Majesty.) ami this -ovem-9
and live of those reading here. The forwarding POXFS of nice thing, to nil and u.ent has been made' public in the Poly-
jv- jusnv- . ,v v ii'u w pin lip present's ami nesian oi mis day.
(,in an offence as the one in"qucstion pickles in the same box with latcs and inns- An immediatc'aiiswcr is requested,
nf the petlv line of G thus pntlinjr the lins, for the two iilmco but il 1 - inn . ..n,i 1 ;oi., .it, .ur i..i OI mI. Iltimli!.' St-n.mi,
purity of our persons and the pence ofourjthc whole frequently turn out a "eompbte .Wn...r Kukuai. i.w.
'iiiies at the mercy of any individual who1 jam." The lonir vovn-ro a. id ronim, .,.,,
Vise to pay that sum to "ratify his malice, decidedly disagree with llm nvritni.i.. I
$ Hawaiian statutes being more expressly effervescent nature of the former. A soe- x i ''".j j"!'.'!!
: M for their own mnle. are few nnA-i.iI U., A l 1,1,11 ,,,lkr-11 UiL
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l'lir, icni uuuii uu uimiihikjus made.
'Miating punishments according to the na- The Maryland brings much interestim'
iislVifiij-t upon or iolate its hbcrl.
Kr.Mii.vm. That the proceedings of
this meeting, subscribed ly the Chairman
and Secretary. In? published in the "Pol
lit: MM A. I'Mlii I I'. A. IbllNrM M.. K.W.
U i.cn. JuiiN Mri;i. J. S.Mlin. ('nmnWf.
loit. .M.in !i isii. ( .v n,' ) ; motion of Henry A. Pierce, Ksq.
tfiu. I make known to you pleasantly the thanks of the Mieting were votetl to
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.viessrs. miniMai. lor the use ol tnc
Ami the Meeting adjourned sine (fit.
Stkimikn lvi:VNoLib, Chainmtn.
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n. li i i atv. ,c,ir: tin.
aitaiks or tiii: i:ast.
''...- . iMinsinaue i.m. en ion iie no
'condition of society when its peace can A,i has yielded to the terms of the for. Ms,,, was ndhd to the Chair, ami Vil- . ' ' 1 ,",k,,"' 1Iu
i 11. 4 i if i i .
ne resereu uirougn iear oi arms. Hu ' ei:rn aines. nam raiv was clioe.M eerelarv. m - , ,
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siuit nuinui i.uiuiMui; iuii;i, IIIIS OUl
I lc, together with the one committed
t iitlis since upon the person of
jf ...t .i. i ii
1 -.v... i" , t -,iiirIK-. Iirtti .ri. I..... If M 1 ' . . ...... . .
,..,....v.v. ....v.,. ...in i. .u. Lroi1,.rnHv felt ill eo!!se(nene' o the late il''rus imiividnal. hv pioiuisiuj, that lie
1 1 . , , , 1 ue paeiia o; i .- i j t u iusos t .M u !;1 to tin-
. tllISOUl-1 ! . ITMIVM. ;UH- I4M. SilOIl . S I i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 S tf tht1 l'l'lto lilul tllli iolir I'oUCtii.
imitted some: At the request of His Excellency, Cloy. ,u''i( l,f'I c?X)I"Mned the objects of the, J o declares p. itixelv that h- will repel force
I'Mr. Kspen- Kekuanaoa wo publish further C()ires In,'0tiu to ,u''.to ,vo lu,1,.,,c "tteranrel by f..reo, hut nt the "same time lie plays the
exercise no i i . , . . to the stroiiLT lei-limr tf disapprobation part of an oppressed inm cent, or rather of u
" pondence between bun nml H. II. M : ' .1 1 . Lr. 1 .1.... ...
XJrc control, will demonstrate to the rov
c:inpat the necessity of more particular le
gation on those points. The generous
ijut of indignation which followed this e
:lt. from all classes, and the deep sense of
l insult thereby cast upon the whole com-
i.nity, with tiie promptness with which ex
;.id feelings were controlled, and the law,
ijble as it is, allowed to take its course,
Tlaks loudly for the high and honorable
:ieot leclmg existing among the foreizn
I5iiti.-li t'onvulatc, Woalino, .MjicIi
:noIf 'mum Minwit tlw r'niii.tn If u i! 1 ,u,t ' enn ,'ign ssut r. in other words.
.lvnis. in seel, forms as would b."likelv to ! ut wiM ";,t .;:!,!T . H'meh on
1s,i . . , , , .. v, , i. on-i.i.iiitiople. 1 he ii.dina s ot rans. INIin-
restrain any utsire out-bn akni'r o he 1 ; .fl...;.,i , .S i : ,, n
, . . . , . , iMenal oi other, b.-ast w itli a n.ai vcllous ac-
'IflD Jf l,n. .'iixiut tail !. te. i.m i Hint ft !. xak I
q... rnlim.,;n) .. ,, i , , Ktenal or other, l.oast uith a marvelous ac-
. 'T7 11 1 ' , " ,,,ai1? 10 l,asslo!1Si ,,,ull'r U';'u!, ,!lllt act WJls Prcord.u'.reofthe resolution w e have just spok-
3 by .Mr. Henry fckinner that one oi his tinted, and concluded with a en of, and add, with an air of triumph that
.viouon. j i iti t a 1. oiniiiiiiLO 01 nve i)estien in ws mui tieen generally' expected in
appointed to draw up a series of Jlesolu- l''Juice. Well, we are aide to assure these
t ions, e.xpressinix the sentiments enter- .!'nsnii!s that the INweis equally expected
. . . 1 1... .1 : . . " . -1 such an answer. :iml tloil if u i!! . finiuli-
Im I ' Cl.: : -1 u"n
m.. . J. llli JUtrillll'S, v-iipi. IIKCS.
been detained at Ililo, longer than was
ii:ipated, by the following singular cir
nstance. After the return of the survey
party from the summit of Mounu Lon,
observatory was erected at Ililo, on the
t side of Wailuku river, near the beach.
r ia.ssoon discovered that the pendulum
lid not operate regularly, and that the
' ervations were entirely useless. Another
was selected for it on the opposite side
I, he river, and the results were the same;
J hat at the last dates, another location had
(i be selected. The irregularity of the
iements was supposed to be owing to a
': fabling in the earth, occasioned probably
VjSubtcrranean fire, as the natives com
, iacd that the water below the surface in
immediate vicinity was hot to the touch,
j. s phenomenon has been noticed before
(- he same place, and it is another evidence
throve that the island of Hawaii is a mere
-it, thrown up from the depths of the
(3aii, while all beneath is one vast mass of
r J and liquified rock. The fact that steam
leu Irom crevices in the rocks on the very
Jimit ot ;touna Loa at an elevation
servants lias been taken and confined in
the Fort and seven dollars demanded for
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ins leieasc. t .,.,. f.vnr,.
1 have now to rlpmniwl fnr wit-it i-r..ic,:. I..:., ...1 1... i:.... :.. . r .1 isucii an an
the man is confined and why the sum of cent offence nainst the peace and order !.r ,i!rn,."Mn i"-'- ili"g to execute the
seven dollars is demanded? ()f the community which we have been
I have also to demand why the servants , pained to know has been committed, and
of Mr. Meorgc Pelly are exempted and 'present the same for their consideration.
Mr. Skinners taken? : Tiie moiion was carried by vote, and
This business will be reported toller .the following gentlemen were chosen to
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ujb.;b viuuMiuiciii iii noine. ; compost! tlie.Uommittee :
t uin. Sir.
Kc.'IhtI fully Your
.Most .'bid. .worvnnt,
, KlCHARI) C'llA!U.T(!..
Jlr.Nity A. I'kikcr Ksti.
Dr. 11. V. Wood,
1 A. lilllN.'M.Vl)!., IlsiJ.
I Cajt. J v.Mr.s Smith,
Fort, March (i, IS 41. j Capt. Joil.N' Mkt.K.
I have received and understand ' The Committee reported the following
your letter respecting the complaint made j Resolutions, which w ere accepted b) the
... ..j .v.... , jiiiiiii, a rui)ji.ii ui oiiaiiwiious di nit' liiet'llil :
Great Britain, together with your demand
for what reason bis man is fined seven
I now state to you clearly, that the
three men staid away from the Govern
ment Work; these were three days work
at fifty cents a day, and when my servant
went for these men they were forbidden
by Henry Skinner. When the officer
went for them, Mr. Skinner refused to
;ivc them up, and when my people went
Wm.UF.As it has been made to annear
by acknowledgments and testimony be
fore the legal tribunals of the country,
that one of our fellow citizens has been
maliciously assaulted in his person, with
in his own premises, and the security of
his domestic, retirement grossly violated,
and whereas it appears from the trilling
penalty inflicted upon the perpetrators of
treatv. In fact, a erv noor notiim unisl.l
be .brined in l-'rnnce of the firmness of tho
four Cabinets if it v.eie supposed that thev
wmild give way before u:eie woids or impo
tent threats from 31el:emet Ali; and it would
be. a eim I deceptii.n to imagine that in case
of a refusal from the Pacha 'their resolution
would not be taken, and their paits dctmnin
od, belbre hand, so as to brinr t reason u
personage whose obstinacy and adventurous
spirit they are as fully nware of as they are
of the encouragement to resistance which he
receives irom all parts of Franco. Iflbia
him iloi s not advance, and if he does not pass
the Taurus, there will be one piece of work
the less for the contracting Powers, and one
einbariassment the less tor the French Ca
binet. JJnt let 110 one deceive himself; tho
march of Ibrahim will not retard either the
policy or the resolution of the four Powers
with regard to the Pacha of Kgy pt. Facts
have sufficiently proved for several years
that Mehomct Ali advances from pretensions
to pretensions, and from intrigues, in order
to destroy the Ottoman empire, and under
mine the Sultan's Government. The Powers
Will Hot ilrnil) (bid Iimkiwh lw lit-,v.w. ..r.l...
r - ..--. , in. Itll 11111; ,11 inn
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uiu uueiice, niui i ie sa cuoi s 01 1 1 on v "
... r '., . a. ; oiuiu win not cease to totter everv dav
statutes of the country applicable to such and more, conspiracies will not Wn Z
JJOO feet, shews the general thinness ot
crust, and the nearness of the fires to
surface of the soil.
c .1 .1 J :,, r i . . J ..r, ..x ....... .w ninre ami more, consi'irac es u not
for hem again, they were still detained, a cac, bear no proportion to the nature at Constantinople, the HiH " !
Am nl mint her nn.- t.n- ..w r...- 1 1 ..r .1... . : 1 1 1' mi . 1 '
0f,. , ,M-m a"': .now i.iiwi; ui iim; wsercsis mvoiveo, nnu win oe iniceii to remain on the tnti vive at Se-
1ns people they took three, not however j that eonsetpiently our chief security a- j hastop. l, the French and English flee ts will
m , his steward or cook. ;gai:ist outrages "upon our persons and j ,M'vrr ,H' w n,irtl ofciuisiug off nil the poits
fy Therefore I took these men in the first families, must lie in the strength and elli- ot I', VJ,,,t- the world will not
instance and sent them to labor on the ieaev of a correct public sentiment until ' tnJ'V r ,T,,.nst' ,,oo,p !f,'1(,"rf Ali is driven
of , road according to the order for C.overn- the'nuthoritv of hue for tbr i ,,mL,:n. out. ot nn'. an,! hvlmv hower is reduced
j-jn the great eruption of June last, the la-
mcnt Work, and afterwards mm ,,f tbn l, tn'r r.Mi;.i.. .. .i! ' " ito "h "'""h'n'ons. I his is an evident
' ... iiiv ....... ..... 1.711 hv. 1 1 u.-sei ii'ii, mere- t rut li 1 im trtt ..r (l. , ..1. : . .1 1
r' r r, ,n -Mr- mrr tor, mone' H ' i " , , t
(1110 mm tor soi'Vime ;uwl i 'c tr,t'i w I I? ir-. ....... Tl.n ... A r I ! 1 . I I ... . .. 1 1 . ... '
ftl.,i..i. r : '. .Vu.i. ".'"..IM., niui ivo icei n cine, not i e.ersourgn, 11s mucli at Vienna as nt Jiei lit.
te ! l f 1 1 1 grtat y "m, COn!l,,CCl V'thm ,us w- ""'.v r Pnsonal interests, ami to the ! .1TOmra,OTM'
ot Moiina Loa and Kilauea, gushed As this man was a Fort-prisoner I have W.cd obligations mow-in- out of nor . ! , 4 ...,7??
like springs of water from the earth in fined him for desertion six dollars, and einl and riimil, mUt,.. J.
I. Tlcrmi j 1 1. .l,.ll.. C 1...'. l. i . i ...
;t un.Mg us course, some oil "iiu "onar iwr ueui aoseni irom me uov- reputation as a forei Mi community to
i:i iL-uiaiii auianu smoK m?. eminent, uru iw o nays. ,m:ikn snmn i iiimci i.v.iri. nf ' .vi.;.;
pusbands and wives, fathers and mothers,
Vim law and fathers in law, brothers and
. , unites, iiunts m-piiews, sons,
.ghters, cousins, friends, and acrjiaint-
e of every and any degree whatsoever,
T ('ing in the United States and elsewhere,
I llnin I... .I l ' . .1 . .
'v nusuurias or wives, miners orrnotn-
grandfathers or grandmothers, frreat
dfathers or great grandmothers, mothers
w or lathers in law, brothers or sisters,
3. uncles, ncices, nephews, sons, daugh-
. cousins, tnends or acquaintance resid
these Hawaiian Islands, health and
the name and hrbnlf nf
F's town, we rcnucst all and anv of the
eminent Work two davs.
.r. t. v. . , v f.-'iwii jt lllll Jill- ' .
VV bereforo lake nntico. tlmf fr II
ry Skinner is an abettor of a man who 'lie order. PORT OP HOXJOLULU,
bns limlt'CM tb bit." tli.i 'IVnnlii l.n 1) . .. MM.... . ii . """ 1 " "
"ivls, lauiers unci moincrs, . , ,i. ..nj iituii ivr.Mu.v i;n, in.ii w t; regard all sucli ,
grandmothers, and great ! hifringed by one of your people, and acts of outrage as the one above mention- unl. 7 , n- Am,VI:,J
great grandmothers, moth- jcreforo it is not proper one who does ed, (m view of which this meeting I..-.H i ' Xu.t, t,"!, v,,;, 4' Mli "Hln
libera in law, brothers and thus to dwel in this kingdom, as be dash-j been convened.) with sentiments of the I ( Mann,' left Tahiti, ' lor Boston vlux
-.w mm J 7
These are the fines of the men of Mr. Ition.
strongest and most umpiulilied reproba-
George 1 elly whom I have returned, and j Kf.soi.vkh, That in the publication, au
Mr. Pelly has paid for his men, the first thoiixd by (ioy. Kekuanaoa, in the Poly
man three days absence from Govern-'nesian of March Oth, of the correspond-
j .'.tK.it nu, ui uij i wiresjioii
ment Hoik, and the same for the second, ,ence between Mr. Charlton, ami the II
Mineii niaivcs lor me iw o, inree tionars.
May you clearly understand this.
I nin, with ri-spptf, your Olvitl. Servant,
To It. Charlton, Kq., Jiritisli Consul.
Ili'fisli Coiihi.late, March 6, 141.
waiian Government, wo find not the
siigntest apology for the ungentlemanly
.and dastardly assault made by Mr. Charl
ton and Mr. Starkey upon Mr. Jarves, the
inmor 01 mat paper.
H rem i-r.. TK... I.. ..! . e a i ,
... f i.n.. 1 ""' OI saiiitu
IMIl.l lllll Ii III ll'lllirkl lll'll 11111 ll'lll k-k 0 mmm . m . A . 1
, .. ;w,., ,j csuuirus imposed upon soeie v through i . . . n . . ..
inform me by whose authority the cor-'the medium of a well conducted nr l ,L. An,;t ,r,-'I Maryland, lU.nn, 23
respondence between me, (on the part of wc will ulniu rfenrimir. unv ..... .. I, . . daS lrm" I,,M,,a"- Johnson,
. -. .j i.n'. uij.i in lar.nger.
All well. H. 1$. AT
aid, i.sq , and family, passengers from
latter place. Fr. dtip Kuropa, to sail in
ft lew days for Oahu. Jir. ling Friends,
Kugg, soon after, IT. S. Prig Porpoise,
(J. Kinggold, commander, lell 'i'uhiti,
Feb. 1. tor this place, to survey bv the
way. The Pnrqiie Don Quixote, i'nly,
fiom this place, at Tahiti, for Valparaiso,
in a few daysall well. Tho Lausanne,
Spalding, did not tuich at Tahiti. Let
ters from Tahiti state that a French fii
ute will come here, via that Island, from