Ii - Ali`i Letters
John ʻĪʻī writes to Mr. Levi Chamberlain regarding four individuals hoping to join the Poʻahā.
John ʻĪʻī writes to Mr. Levi Chamberlain repeating a request for ink. On the back page of this letter there are a few un-contextualized equations.
John Papa ʻĪʻī requests Rev. Hiram Bingham to counsel ʻĪʻī's wife, Hiwauli, regarding the roles of husband and wife according to the teachings of God. He also reports on the status of church efforts in Kaʻawaloa.
John Papa ʻĪʻī recounts the actions of drunk foreigners who, blaming the missionaries for the ban on prostitution, destroyed property of the chiefs and attempted to attack Rev. Hiram Bingham.
John Papa ʻĪʻī writes to Mr. Levi Chamberlain about a man and a woman who wish to join the Poʻahā.
John ‘Īʻī informs Rev. Lorrin Andrews of Elizabeth Kīnaʻu's interest in his English texts, and her request for copies for herself.
John ‘Īʻī asks Mr. Levi Chamberlain to provide Kīnaʻu with flour.
John Papa ‘Ī‘ī writes to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Cooke to inform them of their arrival in Lahaina with the boys from the Chiefs' Children's School and tells of their activities there.
ʻĪʻī writes to Amos and Juliette Cooke at the Chief's Children's School in Honolulu, informing them about things in Lahaina, where he and Dr. Judd are traveling with students from the school.
Ioane ʻĪʻī writes to Amos Cooke about his activities with students from the Chiefs' Children's School while on a visit to Maui.
John ʻĪʻī reports receiving word from the Cookes and informs them about the current events in Luaehu, Maui.
John Papa ‘Ī‘ī writes to Amos Cooke concerning the receipt of letters, foreign affairs, and issues with Lord G. Paulet.
John ʻĪʻī writes to Mr. and Mrs. Cooke from Lahaina about a recent meeting with Mr. Gilman and comments on other current news, asking if Lord George Paulet has gone for good.
ʻĪʻī writes to Baldwin from Honolulu, informing him of his travel plans, of ships in Honolulu, and requesting a copy of Baldwin's translation of recent statements by Kamehameha III (Kauikeaouli) to Lord Paulet.
ʻĪʻī writes to someone regarding his collecting of a $36 payment for a debt that Peter Gulick had to Abner Pākī.
John ʻĪʻī expresses to Commissioner Ten Eyck his objections to a proposed treaty.
John ʻĪʻī responds to Luther Gulick notifying him about a change in staff at Ka Nupepa Kuokoa.
John ʻĪʻī informs Warren Chamberlain about a new delivery man and his activities.
John ʻĪʻī writes to Warren Chamberlain to clear up confusion around newspaper money that has gone unaccounted for.
John Papa ʻĪʻī writes to the chairman of the Island Ministerial Conference concerning the serial he is writing for the newspaper, local updates, and outstanding newspaper monies.