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. J. JAUVI2S, Editor.
SATURDAY', SEPTEMBER 11, 1641.
Vol. S.-Ao. It.
nu!d ever be preach M in the ran? of youth.
ne young must be curb U in their spenu-
'st meagre want should fMlnw waste;
jt to see the hand that is wither 'd and old
j eagerly clutch at the shining gold
li! can it he ii'iod that man should crave
I ne drosi of the world so nigh his grave?
lid is the lot of those who pine
i tin "Hooiny depths of the precious mine!
lit they toil not s hard in gaining the ore
I American, having demanded of the chiefs it was not done with their consent. Thais, ry Anne, the confessor's wife, who, liko
i 'the liberation of two prisoners. Diiiuham whom the persecutors fc arched for euro him, had resisted nil tho solici'ations of
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opposed it, under the prcterec that nil tho fully, was warned in season, and succeed- the Kumus, was sentenced by Kinnu and
Kanakas ought to have only one belief, ed in concealing herself. Some of the Kuanaoa to partake of tho captivity, tho
of the Methodists that, on the report of the chief of which did not oppose
the approaching arrival of some French but Bingham vet found means to lc
missionaries, seven.) laws were enacted to them in t oir as lum.
hinder their landing. The kumus, on "It should be noticed, that Bingham i guards permitted Simeon to go out a few
their part, seconded with ardor the views nnd his satellites did not spare those of ; moments, to procure some old mots, to
BY ELIZA COOK.
robe frugal id wise;" and this lesson of (pensee. It was also at the instigatio .neophytes retired to a part of the Mind, irons and the labors of her husband..
them ; , rood was denied them, and the cntechists
torment were olwircd to take care to send it to
them. March i29, some less barbarous
of Bingham, searching every where for the christians who had shown most zeal at
christians, to drag them to the schools nnd the commencement of the persecution.
make a sort of cabin in his prison. Whilo
every device was used to tire out the pa
prayers of the heretics. A fervent chiis- Simeon was allocked first. For a long j tience of these pious believers, every
tian, named Dorothea after having sever- time he resisted" all the importunities of
al times escaped their ptusuils or re sisted several powerful chiefs, who, to obtain the
their solicitations, was dragged by force good graces of Kinan, urued him to go to
lr flirt Pr1rw1'i nt t.iii,.lr 'Pin. .... tw. ilii toiimlo of tin. ci rtn ri'C. III. ivnc nr.
stiio Miser isguardmg the glittering stoic: 1I11M, . ,i i . ,.,-,,.1 ?o iw, ;.! f,v
Ia r.minf tlin with ,. r..niin,ri.w " u "I"" 'p'Miu.v u.;u ..... .
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lid treinhles the while it a step come nijh;
le ad is m ru wca.tli, and a licndih trace
if j y comes o'er his shrunken lace.
le seeks the bed where he cannot rest,
hide close hcsule his idol chest;
le wakes with a 'wilder VI, haggard staro,
For he dreams a thief is busy tlieie;
lc searches around the holts are tast,
And the watchmen of the niuht no past:
111 is coffers are safe, hut there's tear in his
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aiiu iiiu in isc r canuoi siecp, again.
Ic never flings the blessed mite
o fi l the orphan child with delight;
he d g may howl, tue widow may sigh,
his wife. Alexis. These ions believers iner.s who were his disci les. and lour wo-
verc filled with consternation. They be- men. They were coafined separably,
ieved themselves culpable lor having been and put in irons. . The next day, being
present, although ngai. at their wills, at brought before the chiefs, he couiageous-
ihe religious exercises of the Protestants, Iv avowed his faith, and was condemned
and Alexis was sick for some time. The to continue the revolting labors, to which
catcchists cheered them up. by telling K liua and Lahina had previously been
them that it was not their fault, because
Yc hero insert one of these' laws, ns a
ineruin i nt of ti e I. hind of the stctuiiis
against the church oi God. I
DEUII E lTO: II iri.NG TI E EXIRCISE OF
THE CATHOLIC .WORSHIP.
"Considering that the doctrines of the
le hears them not-they may s'tarve and Catholic Kc-ligori and te; acts of the
- priests of the Roman rami have for tl.eir
ilis brea.t is of ice, no throbbing glow
fcpreaus mere in me piercing line i woe;
II torpid and cold, he li es alone
object the introduction of discord among
the subjects of our realm ; coi.siderii g
that for this reason the priests of the Ho
ur his heaps, like the Lad embedded in mnn Faith were banished under the reiun
Death conies but the Miser's friendless bier
3 free from the sobbing mourner's tear;
jiu ed, unwept no ginteuil one
A'ill tell of the kindly deuls he'd done.
Lh! never covet the Miser's fame,
I'is a cheerh ss halo that circles his name;
And i. ne fnd In ait thi-t will truly grieve ,
Will outweigh ail tlie gold we can have.
CONTINUANCE OS J E ISJXUTIONS AT THE to Jraeh the Pope's religion; nj;d no ( r-
Two asod christians Kilira nnd Labi- upon these ilam!s. The reren;oi.i(s
r . lliiritnl'i.i1 ll ii i ll lufi imifiri? ni'nv
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a. wi-ro also nut in irons, for hivinir re- 'that worship cannot be icrfoimed I. ere : having been intio.lue.ed as a mechanic or . . ' . .,
. ' . . 1 . , .- 1 . r i: ... . .i i i t ,.,. il.;,,,,. L .,, ,1 -Mitw iu iiv uwiinuuu Willi 11, f ill III HlO
used toenilmiec i;ingl;nm s religion ano lor u is 1101 cxpcuicm u.ni w.eic s.-ouiu u .......... , , . Vl..t.ri, ,i,rrT1 ;.i i
. . . . I' -I ! I I .1 ... .,. ... ,..i..wv.i lv I. - fl ..II l.o ' ,w '"""ll- II. III Willi II. O
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... f.xrt niul mini' t incrt'nnt' niKtiiiimri' lour .III" I ll' III (! S H.' ! Jlli.ll lilt-
ftrilurf. in tho sen. While cninnred initiion. or any thing else of the kind, and . w lutly exte
of Kaahumann; that, from that time, tl.ey
have been under sei.ter.ee of banishment
till the last year, the time at which we
have seen troubles reviving and giewing
by means of the partisans of the Poj e ;
considering also thnt our dcteimir.ation to
means of seduction was also employed, to
mislead or circumvent their faith. Ono
of the chiefs, named Kanahina, came ono
day from Kinnu to see them lie ac
cused them of idolatry, repronchod them
for erving a God who would lend them
to death and hell, and jested concerning
the kind of punishment to which they
were condemned. There is but ono
God," replied Simeon. ' I serve him.
The religion of your kumus charges at
pleasure. Ours never changes." During
subjected. He soon It II sick. The cat- all the month of Mnv, the repeated solici
cellist, who bad sent him some food arid t a lions of the kumus continued to bo
a n. nt, Micccuh d in feeing him a nio- equally powerless. Simeon always an
incut iu the prison. He found the confes- swered, If I am commanded to labor at
sor lying on a table, in a very damp place, any kind of work, whatever it be, I shall
w rapj ed in his tapa, with a chain on his consent. If they choose to throw me into
neck, and irons on his Icet and hands. the sea, I shall not resist. But I cannot
February SJ, 180, several kumus visited consent to deny my faith." Mary Anno
him also, with the disign of bringing him held the same language. Their courago
over to heresy ; but as they were wholly was thought worthy of new irons. In Ju
unsuccessful, they beat him vercly, and ly, they were two whole days without
compelled him, though continually sick, food So much ill treatment exhausted
to return to the labor. February 18, Ma the health of Simeon, but did not satisfy
ringl.am's hatred. He urced Kii.au to
mnv be sent him to remain on land for a lcn.,l n,'.w nrihnd to subdue li e two
t.n.'c, on condition that the vcss I ives all nlvU n" ,,c ctl,,ed ,,,,t,n- ,,Ic "J"
necessary security lor the tranquility of ' ittr'f' . 1,1 36 n,,1(
the reahii. ' . '!Ui Prac';t' ftiLliely ngninst tl o-
an.)ucs, uno wnn sucn vioiei:ce, tl at;
Tr inslvcd f.o u tl.e 1'ieiu.li
"If the master of a vcss 1 refuses to
obey this law. and, in conn nipt of the
I. ...... I w..... . r. 1!.. ...... a . ..t irni'riiri:iiil vliiill t ill (in cliu nnv mi.
... . ... f.....: i - i 1 ,.iii,irii i... . v,. .wi..,i l.. .i.-.c ti ,. hors wete made to rucluio new vexa
teni, uim u.hi iiiicigiiiTs i:iic lequesu n r i-'nn. . .n.imu .j h.i.-i .i.w
that we should make it known by writing. vt ssel shall be confiscated for the beidit
For those muses, and in eoi.ecrl with our! of the chiefs of that isla;.d. It shall be
chiefs, we forbid all persons whomsoever ! Ibi
tho American Protrslnntfi ivbr. lionr1 him
w ere tin nimvi s slmel ( d. Tl.e two con
ic new vexa-
tians ; but, more h i sible to tl.e calumnies
direct! il auainst tl.eir faith than to the in.
SANLWK II IsrJ AND?.
Cnntini ed f.oin p:'e CO.
son who teaches those doctrines or pmc-
tices shall be allowed to reside or land chiefs may remit any part of that sum.
,ei,s.asw,l as He cargo of the vessc I, H mfiicrtc-fl nr on the ,r persons, Ley
,d the master of the vessel shall , ay the M,fUr( f "J of ''n ,,n "" niKcKcij
un of ten thousand dollars; but the ttCvnfV 11 .c M'" ndom g Ma-
ry nnd ti e saints, and of r lacing the Tot a
above J mis Christ,
,1U tne wis;np 01 me menu :. ,u ,t:,w,.a . r.. .,.... . -r i - . ' same noble spiiit. The ei mitv of tit
attending in vain to shake their Consequently, we absolute ly lo.l.ul all con. ic e o, Mcmng ne i o, e s lociui.r, . , n. ffl , r
Kinau and Kuanaoa l.er husband, persons whomsoever to tench , ;,se piac or .ny t Mug e -' -u- nn fimincgs of lho Catholics more con!
iced them to a new Kind 01 punisn-, uses in any manner wnaic.ei. e inoie- - ' M si ieuous. Oihns of il.n mtiwo
nt. equally painful and ignominious. ; over forbid all vessc Is to bring miss.o;,,- Me to l.un in all .:s rigor and lie sl.all be rf.1If.efri
:,ey were compelled to gather up in ries of that religion into our s'a-es. M-V rf,,l'T r .ni.isl.eil, alter, ay.ng a A ..nd,, of adults a, lied for bartism n
.i. L,ont. T,f tl,. nrd - Kverv vessel which shull Ininir hither hue at ti e il.sc.et.on oi the duels. I" ' , r ' .1! ' i "U1 U 'r MF in
It I IU9 low i v, . . , . . r
j k,. lf of II.U law may k,"'" 7" V, ' , ' ,'" " " !"
. . . . ...i . i i n.. .1 ..r "" i.in nisi im'iii i iiiu
this repulsive labor, lliey Imd to endure " which stall .lenrc In enter the port I " ",. "f,, , 7 disciplt-s of the miinnnric. Tl.ci'wero
he ins d:S of the populate. Tho greater butiuess, shall no. be permitted to enter, I. U shall be the dn of the plot to ear-; '
part of the natives would have preferred without lirst eonfonnin;; to the f. low,,,, ry n eopy w.tb Inn, to be la,, I before the re" ,n ,,,
Mi yet thev obeyed without eon.-'rules. The missionary who I be on "'nster f the vessel, so that he may no . h oLtZ lZ
rW.nna savi.if;' that heir soul was wi.h board of the vessel, shall not be permit- Wo to bo .,.,. f .1. I. the lot ! f , Ca.holie.pries s we e eon!
G,,. ami ;,r, ns to their bodies, theylte.l to land under any prete,,, ba.muc II n e, M ; .1 - . ' : tt-ted wi,h the cold Mt Z
willinjilv .nadc the sacrifice, for the sake ns entrance into tins realm . rly f , t " 1 I' s Protestant ministers. and the dW.7u-rw.c4
of remaining faithful to .ho Lord. Tho interdicted to al such persons In case n d. d fi m ,, r al, '7 I IIh. a,J()rs f ,l0 , ,e cm,,ou8nf
opiaions of 7he natives were divided on any of those nnss.onanes s ad land, he on . . I I c . nd. d V of ,l0 .eeond.f Tho Metl.odi.1 hava
.i- ... n.i .i :.i..i.,,..0 i ll lu. nrri.utff hm r:irruc I hack on board m- 1 1,01 to tigi tl 10 m.ihc it Known 10.
mis MiitinrM n me c t!U i if in iu"iiiu m, ... ,.w ... . e i .1. . . i n
a,d said tliat thev well deserved the pun. his vessel, which shall not depart without ( - I 1 ' . In. IV. several r
islimon. b,fli,tlnn them. Others took ! him. . 11 i," :.j "i " . " .V .1 1 lvts ' "r " ct
I different view of things, and were edi-
M bv the firmness of these poor women.
Several were so affected, that they re-
qiested to be taught the Catholic doc-,
"inc, notwithstanding the danger to wntcn
August,, the two consuls, English and
If one of them lunch without permis- umi.ii, huh mm miuu ihhu, men pm in in ns, ami t Hr cjiristums,
sion ind remain concealed till after the left I he vessel shall be reconducted on three sick children, beseeching the in to pray
, ' e .i .... r In la rlis- board. . (or the in. One of these children he bngi cj
departure of I esse , h U s , w,e,w foreigner or ". -f .1,. f,ncr cnv.m.M, lho
covered, he s ha U bo kc l'r'ko w ' na.ive. i,o shall assist any one U teach- ..f I'-ki. Simeon exlio.u.l ,I1B . .
vessel is found which will unclertnuc 10 , ...... rents to pit their tiu.-t in Ihe Lord, i ha
vi ssi,i la iwi.m, .....v. - :...,i. o.w.. . iw.:,v.v i , . ., . ,i iimsi'i linn iiu-i iii inc.- lit) u, ins
.. .k.. u dv. on n. insr Ihe ropes religion, shall pay to the! ..... ' ....
7 exposed ihemselvcs from the rrotcs- carry 111.11 oay, a . - - ,roverillncnt, fnr olTul,CC i,l0' BUm of colc
ministcrs-for they are always the in-icr paying ' l0nc ,lllndri!d doars.. r--
the evil that is done uMo us. i snau see ui u, . ... , , . I sii,Iie(, Tametiameiu. L. J Z?"1?. w" cnin
f :. rn iKo filh nf L$Ul ll ll Slin I lie im ;usiuiv m , , . ,w . . . bi iiic mm; pun m uou, mm inriK nnio CB
a new nrool of it. Un tue tun on u' " . . ! T nh nn Mnn nr IP L . i m...
to remain on board, a wnuen periuji .v-.. lu hu , mm h, ijo, wubu iot