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Kiiaii;ir;i SOM" found that lie hud been de
rived. He tlicn asked mo lo what na
tiou I belonged, and whether I was a
priest. I answered at once, and with a
frankness which displeased some persons ;
but I could not betray my conscience to
please them. The governor nevertheless
pretended to believe that I was acting in
concert with those who had deceived him ;
ami thnt was one of the reasons why I
u;n not allowed to set foot on shore. I
earnestly protested that I had never de
nied my country, nor endeavored to con
ceal from the government of the Sand
wich Islands my quality as a priest and a
missionary, am was in vain, lie would
not even permit me to pass on board an
other vessel. Yet I could not continue
mv voyage in the Europe, which was go-
iiil? 10 nina. 1 purcnascu uaclicta a
schooner, procuring moyennautj the
sum ot 3000 piastres, part of which
was payable at Valparaiso. I could
then communicate more freely with
in v friends, to let them know the in
tentions of Monseigneur the Apostolic
Vicar ; and thus I fulfilled, on my part,
the mission with which I had been en-
arusted. We were very desirous to go
to Gambicr ; but the schooner had a long
koyage to make previously. She must
first set us down at the Isle of Ascension,
ind then, at the end of five or six months
ake us again and carry us to Gambier,
ind to Valparaiso, where, according to
?reement, she was to bo given up to us.
fl'ho time seemed very long to us ; but
ivhat could be done ? We left Woahu,
ovember 23. I rejoiced in the prospect
f the happiness I should have, in con
ersing at my ease with the good Rache-
k, who I loved so much. Alas! I little
lli (Ml rr I l-k rh fjittr finite l4-ii11 I.
jUMriiiii linn iii u uuj n i. sii'Ullu lunu
the pain of losing him ! lie was recov
ering from his disease, and thought him-
elf hotter. I hoped that the sea a'r would
fe-establish his health ; but the goodGr.d
determined otherwise. After the first day
4f our voyage, he grew worse. He suf
fered much in the joints of his arms and
,rs, and could scarcely stand erect. .
oon, his mind became confused. lie
w things that no one else could sec, and
card what that no other person could
ear. As soon as he was on his bed, he
mst go on deck ; and he was no sooner
a deck, than he must go down again.
low painful it was to me, to see him in
mt condition ! J he delirium scarce ev-
r left him. The lust words which I heard
ini pronounce intelligibly, were those in
Inch he oflered up to God the sacrifice
f his life, expressing at the same time the
ish that he could have seen my lord
Monseigneur of Nilopolis before his
oath. He talked almost incessantly, and
his words one might always perceive
he priest and the missionary.
To be Continurd.
Honolulu, Saturday, (Sept 11, 1811.
We learn by the Lama, which arrived
om California on the 4th, that the trade on
at coast has again heen opened to foreign
rssels, and that they are allowed to enter
M proceed from port to port as heretofore.
he governor, finding that his receipts were
rowing small, and not sufficient to defray
expenses of government, thought it best
open his ports again to foreign commerce.
wo days before the Lama sailed from Mon-
rey the U. S. Ship Vincennes arrived from
e Columbia Hivcr, bringing the sad intel-
zenceofthelossof the U. S. Shin Peacock,
Mhc bar of the River, going in. Officers
lrdcrew all saved, together with the chro-
nictera and papers. In half an hour after
e struck sho swamped, and in two hours
U vestige of her was to be seen. We
ve no particulars. The Vincennes was to
wnto.Uie Columbia River.
There had been no rain on the coast of
; California during the last season: consc
i ... '
quenlly the crops had fallen short, and there
was a great scarcity of Flour and Grain.
Business very dull, and but very few cattlo
had been killed the last season, as they were
very poor, and not worth killing for the hide
Dates had been received on the coat from
Europe to April. The Noith Eastern Boun
dary Question was to be left to the decision
of Louis Phillippo King of France.
The Am Ship Alert, Barque Tasso, and
Sch Julian were on the coast. The Julian
left Monterey for St Rnrbara and the Sand
wich Islands, a few days before the Lama
PORT OP HONOLULU
Sept. 8, Ship Eleanor, Burnet, London,
from a cruise of three mos took
no oil saw whales but once.
Spoke Rurquc North America,
Richards, .New Loudon, bad taken
one whale in 9 mos. Also, Ship
Vineyard, Edgaiton had not seen
a whale lor live mos.
9, Gloucester, Hapgood, Ililo.
10, Ship Roman, Rurkcr, New Red
ford, 13 mos 3500 wh J 000 this
7, Haw. Sch. Paalua, Lahaina.
1 1, Ship Reaver, Rogers, U. States.
11, Urig JIanrah, Norton, Tahiti, via
Maui and Hawaii,
In the Lama, Capt Stevens and Lady,
master Felipe Gomez.
In the Gloucester, Mr M Calkin, Mr
G Moore, Mrs Johnstone, master Romaldo
Luiaina, Maui, Arrived Sept 3, Ship
Elbe, Merrihu, Poughkecpsic, 14 mos 1500
bbls whale, 1350 this season. She lost a
man, and had all her boats stove.
Sept 3, Ship Roman, Parker, New Red
ford, J3 mos 3500 wh 1500 this season.
Sept 6, Jefferson, Cash, New Bedford, 13
mos 1 100 sperm, 550 this season.
A A c r t V s c m c 1 s .
P Iii CTO!!!
For Sale, if applied for soon, at the
shop of Mr E. II. Roardman, a Superior
" English Cottage Piano," in complete
order and tune,
Aug. 10, 1811. ep3w.
L ADD & CO.
HAVK FOR SALE
2 cases Colored Cambrics.
1 " Printed Jeans.
2 14 Check (jinghams.
1 " Silk Pocket Hdkfs.
1 " Light Shawls.
1 " Counterpanes.
1 " Victoria Dressr.
1 " Musquito Netting.
1 " Rlack Silk Hdkfs.
1 Willow Hats.
1 ' Sinnet and Duck Hats.
1 " Navy Caps.
1 11 Children's Caps.
5 " Assorted Fancy Goods, consist
ing in part of Plain and Figured
Muslins; Table Cloths; Irish Lin
en; Thread Edgings and Insert
ings; Robbinet Lace; Pic Nic
and Mohair Shawls; Scarfs and
Gloves; Ladies Embroidered Silk
and Cotton Hose, etc. etc.
9 Assorted Clothing.
2 " Shell and Horn Combs and nu
merous other articles.
Honolulu, Aug. 28, 1841. if.
Rrass Kettles, Files, Hatchets, Adzes,
Axes, Ship and Broad Axes, German Sil
ver, Rrittanna and Iron Tea and Table
Spoons, Soup Ladles, Cork Screws, Pen
and Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors,
Shears, Knives and Folks, Ivory Han
dled ditto, in setts of 51 pieces, Sewing
and Sail Needles, Mill, Pit, Cross-Cut,
Hand, Pannel, Rack and Key Hole Saws,
Wood Saws in frames, Steelyards, Patent
Balances, Coffee Mills, Fry, and Sauce
Pans, Elastic Slates, Toilette, Satira and
Fancy Looking Glasses, Thermometers,
Silver and German Silver Pencil Cases,
Trowels, Ship Scrapers, Chest, Draw and
Loor Locks, Paint, Floor, and Whitewash
Brushes, Hooks and Eyes, Gimblets, Bitts
and Braces, Patent and Common Augurs,
Paste Blacking, Shaving Soap, Glue Pots,
Tinned Tea Kettles, Copper Pumps,
Shovels, Spades, Bench Planes, Plows
and Moulding Tools, Butts, Hinges,
Screws, Brads and Tacks, Blind and Sash
Fastenings, &c. Slc. For sale by
LAD D & CO.
August 23, 1811.
MARSHALL & JOHNSON
II A VF, TO 11 SALE
23 Chests Superior Pekoe Tea.
20 Piculs Manila Coffee.
5 Kegs Long Twist Tobacco.
5 Boxes Short Twist Tobacco.
Best Cavendish Tobacco.
Fine Cut Tobacco.
30 J. Spanish and h Spanish Cigars.
25 doz. Claret Wine.
50 doz. Old Port Wine.
10 qr. Casks S. Madeira Wine,
G qr. Casks Madeira Wine.
(J qr. Casks Sherry Wine.
50 doz. Champagne Cider.
300 h Boxes Soap, No. 1.
20 Boxes Soap, No. 1.
33 Boxes Window Glass.
1 1 Bales Brown Sheeting.
1G Cases Am. and Eng. Prints.
G Cases Bleached Sheeting,
2 Bales Union Ticks.
2 Bales Suffolk Drills.
2 Cases 4-4 Blue Cotton.
20 Kegs Nails, assorted.
August 1G. tf.
American and CEiina Goods,
FOR SALE BY
JOHN N. C0LC01VD.
A large assortment of American GoodSj
suitable for this market.
Powchong and Pekoe Teas,
Black Silk. Black Satin.
Black Silk Handkerchiefs.
Honolulu, Aug. 20th, 1811. tf.
V ... W--'
Black Silk Crvftn,
Mous. de Laipe,
MARSHALL & JOHNSON
Have for Salo
Rrown Linen. Super Webb Braces. Su
per India Rubber Rraccs. Cotton Randan
na Hdkfs. Large Cotton Flag Hdkfs. Im
itation Pongee Hdkfs Colored Cotton Half
llosc. White Cotton Half Hoso. Imita
tion Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Super Linen
Cambric Hdkfs. Large Choppas. Whito
and Rrown Linen Thread. Russia Sheet
ing. Ravens Duck. Whito Linen Drills.
French Linen. Mourning Lawns, Rlack
Bombazine. Colored Bombazine. Russia
Diaper. Check Muslin. Jaconet Muslin.
Check Cambric. Stripe Cambric. White
Cambric. Super Whito Linen. Birds Eyo
Diaper. Linen Damask. Printed Linen
Drills. Stripe Linen Drills. Assorted Sew
ingSilk. Stay Lacings, pearl Shirt Rut
tons. White Suspender Buttons. Pea
Jacket .Buttons. Figured Vest Buttons,
Figured Coat Buttons.
Patent Pins. Crash.
Vesting.. Pantaloon Check. Summer Cloth,
Plaid Ciape de Lyons. line Einunct.
Broadcloth, Black. Satin Stripe Chally.
Ladies' Gloves. Ladies Scurf. Pressed;
Crapes. Swiss Figured Mnnlin. French
Mucins. Salcrutus. Dried Apples. Nut
megs. Allspice. Malmsey Wine, extra.
Paste Blacking. Pipes. Raisins. Cassia.
Gaiter Roots. Gentlemen's Calf Roots,
Ale. Nails. Fine Ivory Combs. Tooth
Brushes Camhlctec ns. An assortment of
Stationery. Ladies' Kid Shoes. Ladies.
A select assortment of Cut and Pressed
Glass Ware, consisting of Decanters, Wine
Glasses. Cake Dished. Lamns. Tumblers.
Door Knobs, Salts, etc.
Honolulu, May 27, 1811. eptf.
Have lately received per Rrig Joseph
P e a i o d y from China, the following
named articles, whijeh they offer for
sale on low terms :
1200 pieces 30 yds ca 4-4 Blue Cottons,
220 3-4 Blue Drill.
2 cases fine English Long Cloth,
1000 pair China Shoes.
21 cases Pearl Sago.
375 pieces 4-4 Bleached Cottons.
52 Setts China Lacquered Wash Ba
sins, ea 3.
48 " do. do. do. ea 2,
10 " Rattan Clothes Baskets.
8 bags ea I picul Manila Coffee,
35 .1. Manila Cigars.
400 Manila Hats.
28 Trunks Clothing, Nankin and Silji,
20 Macao Cigars.
2300 pieces Blue Nankins.
900 pieces Yellow Nankins.
30 Rolls White and Red floor Mattjng,
300 boxes Souchong Tea ea 10 lbs.
120 Peckoe "
GOO Congou "
of the best quality.
Honolulu, August J 2, 1S4J. tf,
17 boxes Superior Pekoe Tea, 10 lbs. each.
10 pieces White Figured Pongee Hhdkfs.
For Sale by J. J. JARVES.
This Tea was selected by a first rate
judge, and is said to be of the best lot ex
ported from China this year.
July3t 1841. eptf,
E. II ROARDMAN,
Wntt'Kiusakcr and Jeweller
Having recently established himself at
Honolulu, will give his faithful attention,
to any business in his profession that may
be committed to him. He will be con
stantly supplied with
of the best quality, and a choice assort,
ment of JEWELRY.
Honolulu, Juno 12, 1811. tf.
PJ2IRCJ2 Si BREWER,'
Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
HAVE Constantly on hand and fop
pale on liberal terms, Merchandise impor?
ted from the United States, England
Chili, and China, and adapted to thq
trade of the
They offer to purchase the production
of the Sandwich Islands, and of Califor
nia ; and Rills of Exchange on England
France, Russia and the Unitod SjtatejS,