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wrkin!f a deeper current, which we shall
n:u-i;i)t to truce to its source. The people
flinch occasionally restlt ss, wore their
haiu- as tlio.se long accustomed to a weight,
n-hieli though it oppressed, they walked tm-
tcady without. Foreign inlluence and ex
ample spoke life and liberty to them daily,
found nothing hut char sea. He did wt
doubt hut that land had he en seen at several
points by Captain Wilkts, hut disagreed
with him in supposing it part of a continent,
lie conjeetured it to ho rather parts of a
chain of islands similar to the South Shet
land, and cithers discovered in hiirh southern
responsibility; secures the blessings, or en
dures the miseries. The most enlightened
of modern nations borrow from the wisdom
of the past; this nation presses into its ser
vice the best talents it can command and
none are better for this than common, every
day abilities, that snirit best dciined hv the
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,lll0 nc,i.M,no, . ,,..v. n,o meune.ves expressive won.' uuiitwnt joined with a hi;:h latitude. lUv.xi .efVmo.r t C-.v,t. Wilkes'
jared to proeou.n against the loathsome y-j degree of moral honesty and devotedncss to otnrb,! r,,,,,., t,;:i .... i.
!H, which debased mind and body; but b.i-jti.eir service. Some lament that command- hand onlv in certain points, and often "..,t
ever force stilled the cry bclore it pierced ing talents, with a renins like A rchimides. Li.rht nfii r.,r ,l.t- t - . .i.-o .hi :.
,hc length and depth of tho island. The .that would move the world eo.dd it but fix ri-ht i ow.'r.nl ,'; ' , ,' ......
,a,s,,flhc people were hound to the habits j , he lCVOr, should be sought. With all Ibewrnmr ! !,; . inl "Z 'f'
f tl.eir ancestor, and it was easy on the ,le deference to this opinio., we differ.-- continent . n,l rr,.,,,,,!..,! l.n u n- u-
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artoi me government 10 nave preserved j Experience shows that such are too n;,t like ! her- !v .1 uul. tV:..,,.,.- f!
;w far ns their own subjects were eoueerned, 1 the li-htniMH. to astonish bv th ir -la e. but Wks n:.d enribv ,,,,,-rr ubi,h "u,r, iY...
, ir despotism, at least until another gM.er- destroy by their touch. Their minds too far 1 miemlv seen onlv in the liltim of a fo- !
ntion should bave arisen that knew not the ' in advance of the are. or consumed hv bun.- Ihe may have been mistaken i the ..osi-
f,.rophets of the old. The flame of liberty jing ambition cannot avail the tardv oro-res : Hon of some points. I low ever, as Cant. Koss'
which burnt brightly in the breasts of a few, of the nation, as it draw s its slow lenuih j intends nioscculin" his discoveries for an-
Tf.iiml no answering light in the bosoms ofialomr. but hurrv it foi-u:..-.! until ...in sriy.es 'othnr p;i..m in t!,;, ...;,.. i. ,..;u ,!..,. i. it
upon both, and leaves the succeeding gen- jbe able to define its true limits. Cant. Uoss i
eration to undo the errors of the past. Slow danded on an island far sooth and bio-ujit 1
and sure is as good aa adago in politics as jf,-,,,,, thr-neo specimens of nck. After ins1
in other matters, and we believe a second Weond southern cruise ho will vi.di tlie.se is-!
rate mind which can adapt itself to the wants hinds. j
of an ioUHii nnt neoi.b' iiicoriiiirn! e it i 1 1' vi It h I ' !
ci I i l
till It S 0
lt IDC Ship WlJ.Ll.UAl tili.Al,
,r' . m ister, will sail lor
the many. Centuries of slavery and dcgin-
fion had had their full work upon them, and
icy were dead to knowledge. Not hut that
RlWce demagogues could have stirred up re-
l !t. lood mii'ht have been shed, but the
eoplo without any more just ideas of their
u lights, would have been obliged to sue-
)y the Wilii.iuj (.ray, we have received
their hopes and fears, in shoit to all the feel
unit, to the too powerful government, which lings of a Hawaiian, bring the knowledge and j"11'' exenanes to tho date of her suiting, i
alous of its power, and made cruel by re- j experience of a civilized ami chiUtian man, April I. They contain however m political ;
Hiion, would have proved 't:i incubus which 's tar better fur this people, and far more: new soi intercut which has not aln ady aj-
calculated to ensure happiness, as well asipcared m our columns, hut we shall exti act j
success, than a Napoleon, or Frederick, a 'arlicles of min r interest as we have space.!
Alehemet Ali or a Constantine. jWe. are graliiieil to perceivi. that our col-j
; :mnns have been of use to so manv of our
Considerable anxiety exists among a por- '..,. ,,.... , .i, , r . ;. i c , .."
J, 1 oielinen in t :i L nueii :.i';ites thoiM-hior!
uon oi our comuiuniiv lest llie arnva . the n,,.;,. ., ..,-., , , , .
.. . . . . . , I'11 ow n sa.es we should iiuvim: them to be
three ships last week from lahili, sliouu be llllllf. : , . i ,.
' . 11)111 (' P . 1 I I 1 ( ' 1 I I : ! I l. ( '! Mll'r I i.l U..ll'...i
I ." hi., n. r i ; i liillll
wiiicli the t.vtracts were obtained. Sand-j-.vich
Island news transplanted into a Ucston
'paper as iiuhg iuous, as we have seen in one
instance at la.-t, is not particularly sensible.
Wither power than their own, alone could
Uve shaken off. I'ut Providence in its rner
Undirected other and peaceful influences to
Ifect this moral revolution. While the in-
Euence of foreigners in enlightening the
linds of the mass w as undoubtedly great, it
has ten-fold more powerful upon the chiefs,
Vho both by education and station, were nc-
essarilv anion" the mist intelligent of the
atio.i In their continued and increasing iu-
ctcourse with foreigners it was necessary to
in p y the best talents among their own na
union, ami inns mey nmiosi unconsciously
mught into their councils, minds in advance
if their own, and whoso spirit though dis
s still that of freedom. Self-inter-
the eyes of the chiefs to the fact,-
system must give way to a new,
nse their power would be but nominal, and
icir wealth nothing. Their intercourse with
rcigners showed more plainly day by day,
icir own dependence upon their people, and
lat wealth and power flowed only from in
ustry and knowledge. Consequently the
itter must work their wav among their sub-
cts to prod ice the former. Every scholar
from the High School went forth an unlledg-
1 patriot to be sure, but in book knowledge
ir in advance of his rulers,
IIUII'IIIU IIIIW I
imf their own,
nilnised, was st
lalst opened th
uilliut the old s
the occasion of infecting this people with the
Small 1V. To relieve all unnecessary tir-ar
upon that subject we wou'd state th.tt they
all broi.gli: clean bills of heaitb, and it I.- t .e
opinion of the physicians in charge, that
there is no danger of contagion horn tiicm.
Still every exeiti m should ho made to arrest
tilt; disease be, ore irachiig thest
j On Sunday morning th Voiktown came
inside the reef and moored in the inner har-
shorcs, : hsr. w here she w ill roin.-iin wvpml
and we trust there will bono relaxation of ,iiu M((lldiiy m(,rilin, ,a1Jtl,s u,.re exchan-, d
the r.gor of the quarantine laws in tutor of uit, lhe ,;)t The v.uktown belongs to'the
any suspected tssels. iSotw ithstandin" tht! in,, ,,, .. . . i
.. ,. , . . " i 1 i-ci.ic station, with instructions to visit the
fatality which attends it at lahiti, w hale c . , .. , , ... , .
, i.n i i , , o uith Sea Orotips, and allord assistance and
ships continued to fiock m there Or surp hes. '. , , ,. . ,.
. . , , , . 1 '. . countenance to the whaling interests, and is
and it is possible that some alter receiving . ,1C ,t. , .,.,, ,, . , ,
, ,. r . . , . " : not, as we giitnercd lroin the President s
the disease on hoard may venture this way. i fi .0,,. . . c t
. . . . til i . . !l'sage, a distinct command. She goes
A sharp looij out sln-ukl be kept or them, it . ... n . vc . .
. ' . liom Ibis place to California and Mexico
we wish to axoid the spectacle of sickness tl to ti(. coasts of peu .md cji,K
and death w hich is now spreading desolation j . .
over Tahiti. .NotwitlMauding every ptt- His IIajesty, Kamehameha IJI, and her
caution, it is haidiy possible to believe that Ilighuess Kekaulmdii and suites anivedon
these islands will remain cxemjit much loo- iWedm sday evening from Maui, in good
ger, and we would counsel all to undergo Ik alth, and were received with the euvtom-
J'he wants of. vaccination without delay, and also use tin ir ary salutes and honors bv tiov. Kt kuanoa
ic rising generation were not to be bounded endeavors to introduce it among the native
y the habits of the old, and whether against i population. At Tahiti it had been conliued j lomtowu visited tie 'Marquesas and
icir wills or not, the chiefs were convinced ; principally to the native population, though 'ciety groups, and IN ew t aiaml piesiuus
lostoii tliit et, on or about tho
15th of Xovcinber. For freight or pas
sage apply to
PK HICK & 13RKWI2R.
Oct. 10, 16-11.
E. II 60ABDMAN,
WnU'hmaLcr aciti Jlcu'cIIcr,
H:ivii!r recently established himself at
Honolulu, will o'ivo his faithful attention
to any business in his profession that may
bo committed to him. He will bo con
stantly supplied with
of tho best quality, and a choice assort
ment of ji:vi:lrv.
C'iro:.o;nett'is Repaired, and accurate
Honolulu, Juno 12, I S4 1 . tf.
Riass K tiles. File s, Hatchets, Adzes,
Axe s, Ship aul I'road Axes, C.eiuian Sil
ver, Hi ittiimia ami Iron rJYn and Taldc
spoons. .Soup I.adh s, Cork Screws, Pen
and Pocket Knives, Razors, Scissors,
Shears, Knives ami Fotks, Ivory Htin
!Kd ditto, in setts of .r;J pieces, Sewine
and Sail Xeetih s. Mill. Fit, Cross-Cut,
J!ai:d, Fani.t 1. Rack and Key Hole Saws,
Wood Snv.s in (tatties. Slot .lyaitls. Patent
IJa!a:ie(s, Coli'ee Mills. Fry, and Saticu
Pui.s, Elastic SlnWs, 'J'oilette. Satira and
Fancy Looking (i lasses, Thermometers,
Silver and German Silver Pencil Cases,
Trowels, Ship Scrapers, Chest, Draw and
Door Locks, Paint, Floor, and Whitewash
Rrushc s, Hooks and Lyes, Gimldets, Pitts
and Places, Patent and Common Augurs,
Paste Rlackinir, Shaving Soap, Glue Pots,
Tinned Tea Kettles, Copper Pumps,
Shovels, Spades, Pencil Planes, Plows
and Moulding Tools, Putts, Hinges,
Screws, Brads and Tacks, Blind and Sash
Fastenings, &c. &c. For said by
August 23, 1811.
Volume I, of the Polynesian in
neat binding, can be had at the
store of MARSHALL & JOHN
SON. Price $5.
nit a change was neccsaary. This was a
rilical period. Had an ambitious and vio
nt chief, availing himself of the spirit of the
some who had been on board the Don Quix
ote had been attacked, whether fatally or
not, we do not learn. A letter liom Papeite
to her anivai here.
owd, attempted t force his way to power! states the deaths in a neighboring village at
1 st of heathen parsions would have been the house ol the deceased burnt. 1 lie re-
pakencd, and the country thrown back 1 ports and smokes, were lrequent mgl.t and
rent s in improvement and civilization. But j day.
non the wreck of the legitimate dynasty,
consequences would have been serious.
he desire for change, revenge, and all the
seven to eight daily.
While the William
Gray remained at anchor, upon every fiital
termination on shore, a gun was tired, and
1 i i I.
ne whole mental and moral inuuence oi mo
American Protestant mission, itself a most
n.ncratic body of n most democratic nation,
unlancd w ith the advice and example of the
host intelligent and influential foreign resi-
i.U and strangers, operated to effect a
eaceful change, and to direct its move-
. .. it
Fiits. Self-interest had its lull swny over
eininds oftKe chiefs with)ut doubt, I ut at
lennnie time we think much is to he attiih-
fJ to a sincere desire on their parlor the
production of the blessings of civilized life
kn-nig their su' jeets. This is none the less
"tri-limn, though clouded with ignorance
N caution. Some may say that this or
ht person directed their movements. He
!sf this government acknowlcdgeSthein
the world, and hy eo doing claims tbe
Capt. Aulick of the Yorktown ennfirmns
the intelligence in regiird to Capt. Hv)ss's
tliscov erics, published in 17 t)f our pa
per. I Ie met that celebrated navigator a few
months since at the Bay of Islands, and from
him learned the discovery of two volcanoes
as far south as 7. One of them, which he
named Mt. Lrebus was 1 2,000 feet in height,
and at the time he saw it inactive operation,
affording a most magnificent spectacle to the
crew s of both vessels. The other, whose al
titude was 10,000 fett, was naaitd after his
consort, the Terror, dpt. IUs had re
ceived the chart sent him by Capt. Wilkes,
and hnd cruised over a space of o0 miles in
extent in either direction, where land had
been laid down by tho latter navigator, and
FG11T OP S02JOLluLU.
Oct. II, Pr Whaling bark Indian, Mauglm,
12, Am Whaleship Coitcs, Gardner,
13, Am Whaleship Mt Walloston, Hose,
11 Sehs Paalua and Kekauluohi, from
Oct. 0, Ship Wm Thompson, Donne, Xcw
11, 11. B. M. Corvette Curacoa, Cap
tain Join s, Monterey.
; i e v 1 v s c aw c n V a .
T E A !
17 boxes Superior Pekoe Tea, JO lbs. each.
A Journeyman Printer. Inquire at
this office. Oct. 16.
10 pieces White Figured Pongee Ilhdkfs.
For Sale by J. J JAJl KS.
This Tea was selected by a first rate
judge, and is said to be of tho best Jot ex
ported from China this year.
July .'31, mi. eptf.
Have for Sale, which they offer on
reasonable terms :
ao Do.. Port Wine
S. M. do.
25 Boxes Assorted Teas
Also Just received
3 Lady's Splendid Hiding Saddles
50 Patent Leather Head Stalls. '
April 24. tf.