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In this raw and riveting mini-memoir, Kelly tells of her journey through the demise of her 23-year marriage. This book depicts the details of her shocking realization that she would not only lose her marriage, but she was also at risk of losing her place in the world of ministry, through no fault of her own. Kelly gives the reader a behind the scenes look at one of the most public divorces in the history of Christian music. Through her vulnerability she gives the reader insight that most people have the same kinds of brokenness when they face a life crisis. On every page she sends the reader back to the source of her survival, her faith.
An attack was made by the mob on the legislature; furniture was demolished; valuable books, papers, and documents which belonged to the court or to the attorney-general's office were scattered abroad or thrown from the windows. Clubs were freely used on such unlucky members of the assembly as could be found within the walls, and some were thrown through the open windows by the maddened crowd. Many men were sent to the hospital for treatment of their broken heads or bruised bodies. But this was not an expression of the Hawaiian people; it was merely the madness of a mob incited by disappointed partisans whom the representatives of the people had rebuked.
On arriving we were requested to register our names in the book kept for the purpose in the great central hall; from there we were conducted to the banquet-hall, passing through a smaller room where there was a little, old-fashioned square piano, said to have been the property of George Washington.
Many of the passengers had recourse to the ship's library, which was well supplied with books from the best authors; and with these they beguiled the time away reading, while reclining in their steamer chairs on the decks. Some with less of literary taste played games; while there were also the languid or lazy, who did nothing but lounge about the decks and wish the time away. By the kindness of the musical part of our company, some two or three concerts were given in the main saloon of our great ship, and were well attended. Through them quite a sum was raised for sundry charitable objects. Although the names of the performers have passed from my memory, yet I remember that it was asserted at the time that these voices, of which they made a gift to the cause and a pleasure to us, were of great value in the musical or operatic world.
But there was one phase of the exhibition which excited my attention, not to say surprise and wonder. This was the indifference of the men in the smaller boats, who lounged in the stern, cigar in mouth, book or paper in hand, while the poor girls with poles exerted their strength to the utmost to shove their boats along into the waters of the lock. Men smoking or reading while the women were doing all the work! Taking their ease, while from those called the weaker sex came the exertions necessary to get the boat into her place amongst the crowd of others. It was not a pleasant picture, nor did it speak of gallantry. I had never seen anything like it.
Such, in brief, is the history of constitution making in Hawaii; and fromthis mere statement of the facts it will be seen that of all the rulers ofthe Hawaiian Islands for the last half-century, I was the only one whoassented to a modification of the existing constitution on the expressedwishes, not only of my own advisers, but of two-thirds of the popular vote,and, I may say it without fear of contradiction, of the entire populationof native or half-native birth. Yet, with the above historical recordbefore them in a book written and printed by one of their own number, themissionary party have had the impudence to announce to the world that I wasunworthy longer to rule, because on my sole will and wish I had proposed tooverthrow "the constitution."
Our first duty in the morning after the regular devotions of the day was toarrange our flowers and decorate our apartments. At half-past seven themilitary companies would return from their parade; and at eight preciselyCaptain Good, attended by one of the officers, would knock at my door, whichwas always opened by Mrs. Wilson, unless Mrs. Milaina Ahia were with me.(Mrs. Wilson usually went out on Saturday evening and returned to me onMonday morning. During this absence her place was taken by Mrs. Ahia.) Onopening the door Captain Good inquired what there was he could do for us,and if the prisoner was within and safe. On being answered in theaffirmative, he would touch his cap, and return to report to his superiorofficer, Colonel McLean, and then rejoin his company. After their departureI occupied my time in crochet-work, in attending to my ferns or pots offlowers, or in reading the books allowed me. I also found much pleasure inthe society of my canary-birds, and in practicing on my autoharp and guitar.These luxuries had, after the first severity, been permitted to me.
Mr. J. T. Trowbridge and Mr. W. T. Adams, the latter better known as Oliver Optic, two very interesting literary gentlemen, I met by the introduction of Mr. and Mrs. Lee. Although of advanced years, Mr. Adams was a bright and genial man, and his conversation was adorned with flashes of quiet wit and abounded in good humor, just as he shows himself in his fascinating books. He has since died; and these, his life-long friends, will long mourn his loss to them and to literature.
Secretary Webber also sent me books containing the accounts of the meetings of the council, and of proceedings in many of their branches, thus informing me in regard to the extent of their works of charity and benevolence. On one afternoon, by his invitation, I visited the chambers of the council, attended by my suite; and quite a number of the brethren were presented to me, much to my pleasure, which I sincerely trust was reciprocated. I was shown a photograph of my husband, which, with his correspondence, is preserved there in the archives of the order. In more ways than I can mention, Mr. Webber and his daughter showed themselves to be true friends during my visit.
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Widely hailed as the first science fiction story, A True Story, by Lucian of Samosata is a voyage to the edges of the universe and reason. Lucian's fantasy explores not only outer space, but also the Elysian fields, the geography of the Odyssey, and the interior of a giant whale. We get to meet Homer, Pythagoras, Socrates, and other immortals, as well as a host of bizarre creatures. The narrative breaks off in the second book. Whether there were more adventures or Lucian just ran out of ideas is unknown.
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