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|Vanquished chiefs of the Puletoa faction under protection of the union-jack—Convent-school—"Bully" Hayes—Postal difficulties—House of Godeffroy—Village of Malinunu—Vegetables and fish—Advantages of Anglo-American companies,||74|
|The Ishmaelites of the Pacific—Injudicious intervention—Fa-Samoa picnic—A torchlight walk—Training-college at Malua—Apt illustrations by native preachers—Dr Turner—Mission to the New Hebrides—Escape to Samoa—Of many changes on many isles,||89|
|A sketch of the Samoan mission—The Rev. John Williams determines to visit the Navigator's Isles—Preliminary work in the Hervey group—Discovery of Rarotonga—Conversion of its people—They help Williams to build a ship which shall convey him to Samoa—Visit Tonga—Proceed to Samoa—Overthrow of idolatry—Reverence for old mats—Williams's grave at Apia,||118|
|Leave Samoa—Reach Tahiti—Grey shadows—Death of Queen Pomare—La Loire and her passengers—A general dispersion—Life ashore at Papeete—Admiral Serre and the royal family—Families of Salmon and Brander—Adoption,||148|
|Papeete—Catholic mission—Protestant mission—A christening party—La Maison Brandère—Tales of the past—Evenings in Tahiti—La musique—Plans—Sunday,||164|
|Short sketch of a royal progress round Tahiti,||177|
|The royal progress round Tahiti—Life day by day—Himènes—A beautiful shore—Manufacture of arrowroot flowers — A deserted cotton plantation—Tahitian dancing—The Areois—Vanilla plantations—Fort of Taravao,||182|