Nahaolelua - Ali`i Letters

Nahaolelua, Paulo - Ali`i Letters - 1852.05.07 - to Baldwin, Dwight

Nāhaolelua reports from the Lahaina Fort about the whipping of a man suspected of theft and how the event was handled by the police in Lahaina. The young man, Alika, was treated by Dr. Dow but remained in critical condition. Nāhaolelua is concerned about the lack of trial.
Nahaolelua, Paulo - Ali`i Letters - 1853.04.13 - to Baldwin, Dwight

Paulo Nāhaolelua writes to Rev. Dwight Baldwin regarding the health of the king and the progress of the legislature.
Nahaolelua, Paulo - Ali`i Letters - 1853.05.06 - to Baldwin, Dwight

Paulo Nāhaolelua writes to Rev. Dwight Baldwin regarding the happenings in the legislature, with details on liquor legislation that did not get approved.
Nahaolelua, Paulo - Ali`i Letters - 1853.06.22 - to Baldwin, Dwight

Paul Nāhaolelua responds to the concerns of Rev. Dwight Baldwin that Nāhaolelua and company might bring smallpox back from Honolulu, where they have been visiting. Nāhaolelua agrees to follow the recommendations of Rev. Baldwin and the others.
Nahaolelua, Paulo - Ali`i Letters - 1854.05.20 - to Baldwin, Dwight

Paul Nāhaolelua expresses to Rev. Dwight Baldwin his thoughts about this year’s Legislature.
Nahaolelua, Paulo - Ali`i Letters - 1854.07.20 - to Baldwin, Dwight

Paul Nāhaolelua reports to Dwight Baldwin about a bill concerning the suppression of wine.