Kauikeaouli - Ali`i Letters

Kauikeaouli_XXXXXXXX_to Caroline Island Chiefs.pdf

Kauikeaouli writes the chiefs of the Caroline Islands to inform them that a company of missionaries will be departing from Hawai‘i to teach in the Caroline Islands.
Kauikeaouli_18250720_to Unknown.pdf

Kauikeaouli expresses his devotion to the word of God. Haleki‘i also expresses his appreciation and devotion to the word of God.
Kauikeaouli_18310108_to French Catholics.pdf

Kauikeaouli and other chiefs gave official notice to French priests in the kingdom that they must leave the islands within three months.
Kauikeaouli_183606XX_to Kinau.pdf

King Kauikeaouli writes to Kaʻahumanu II, Kīnaʻu, regarding his consumption of alcohol.
Kauikeaouli_18360614_from Missionaries.pdf

The missionaries write to Kauikeaouli and all Hawaiian chiefs to inform them that they did not write an anonymous letter that was supposedly published in American newspapers in 1836.
Kauikeaouli_18360622_to Missionaries.pdf

Kauikeaouli responds to the missionaries' request for a ban on liquor.
Kauikeaouli_18360823_to Friends in America.pdf

Kauikeaouli and the chiefs write to Hawaiʻi's friends in America to request new teachers in fields of business and industry.
Kauikeaouli_18370521_to Kinau.pdf

Kauikeaouli writes to Kīnaʻu, advising her to expel French priests following a discussion he had with the Commander of a French warship.
Kauikeaouli_18370523_from Jones.pdf

A letter from United States consul John Jones to Kauikeaouli concerning the complaint of an American citizen (Mr. William French) with regards to the seizure of the Brig Clementine. This file includes responses from Kauikeaouli, and letters between…
Kauikeaouli_18370524_from Jones.pdf

Jones writes Kauikeaouli with regards to his protest of forcing two Roman Catholic priests aboard the Clementine.
Kauikeaouli_18370614_to Jones.pdf

Kauikeaouli's response to John Jones with regards to the Roman Catholic priests being forced upon the Clementine. Kauikeaouli explains events that led up to the present issue, and expresses his disapproval of the Roman Catholic religion in the Sandwich Islands.

Kauikeaouli_18370616_from Jones.pdf

A lengthy letter in response to Kauikeaouli’s explanation of the Roman Catholic issue to John Jones. Jones refutes and protests many of Kauikeaouli’s claims. Jones claims his interest is strictly to uphold his duties and consul and represent the citizens of his country.

Kauikeaouli_18370617_to Jones.pdf

Kauikeaouli’s response to Jones' letter (June 16, 1837) denying accusations that Jones had made, and further explaining events that led up to the current situation.
Kauikeaouli_18370723_to Unknown.pdf

Kamehameha III acknowledges a clarification in a diplomatic instrument being negotiated with Lord Edward Russel regarding British subjects in the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Kauikeaouli_1839XXXX_to Missionaries.pdf

Kauikeaouli writes to the missionary teachers informing them that Mr. Amos Starr Cooke has been asked to set up and lead the Chiefs' Children's School.
Kauikeaouli_18420308_to Baldwin.pdf

Kauikeaouli responds to a letter from Reverend Baldwin regarding tapa.
Kauikeaouli_18420901_from Mallet.pdf

Captain Mallet of the French ship Embuscade writes to Kauikeaouli regarding the treatment of Roman Catholics and French citizens in the Hawaiian Kingdom, reminding him of specific articles of the treaties with France signed on the 12th and 17th of July.
Kauikeaouli_18420904_to Mallet.pdf

Kauikeaouli’s response to Mallet’s letter (written Sept. 1st) refuting Captain Mallet's allegations that the terms of the treaties signed with France were not upheld.
Kauikeaouli_18491123_to Unknown.pdf

An announcement of the dedication of the 31st of December as a national day of prayer.