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Chiefs collectively agree on five laws prohibiting murder, theft, rum-selling, prostitution and gambling.


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English captain of the John Palmer fires on Lahaina missionary home.


Kiawe tree seeds derived from a Chilean tree growing in the Jardin du Roi in Paris are brought to the Islands and planted a year later in the Catholic Mission grounds on Fort Street.


Synopsis of the Contents of the British Museum includes descriptions of Hawaiian artifacts such as "Large cloaks; aprons, helmets, hats, distorted human figures, etc made of feather from the Sandwich Islands;" also listed are fish lures, bird specimens and wood bowls.

First Catholic missionaries arrive from France but are expelled by Ka`ahumanu.




John James Audibon publishes the first edition of his engravings, The Birds of America.

Ludwig van Beethoven dies.

Athens falls to the Ottomans.

John Dalton's New System of Chemical Philosophy presents first formation of atomic theory.


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