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He asked us if we liked Paris to which we replied, very much, indeed. He then said, I am very gratified to see you, you having come from so far a country, he then turned towards the doctor and said, I hope our little quarrel will be settled.
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Failing to negotiate a treaty with France during three months in Paris, the princes and Judd returned to England. They had an audience with Prince Albert since Queen Victoria was retired from public view, awaiting the birth of her seventh child, Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught. When we entered, the prince was standing a little aside of the door, and bowed to each of us as we came in. He was a fine man, about as tall as I am, and had a very fine bust, and straight legs. We kept standing, Palmerston on my right, and the doctor on my left, and then Lot.
Judd made a few remarks on his business. In May , the royal brothers, boarded a ship in England and sailed to the United States for a more extensive stay before returning. At Washington D. He experienced American racism firsthand when he was almost removed from his train car for being a slave. The prince had preceded Dr. Judd and Prince Lot in occupying the compartment reserved for them for a return trip to New York and someone had arrived at the door of the compartment and questioned Alexander's right to be there.
I found he was the conductor, and took me for somebody's servant just because I had a darker skin than he had. Confounded fool;. In England an African can pay his fare and sit alongside Queen Victoria.
The Americans talk and think a great deal about their liberty, and strangers often find that too many liberties are taken of their comfort just because his hosts are a free people. At a dinner party in New York with friends of Judd, the princes were again exposed to a racist incident. Helen Kinau Wilder recalled in her memoirs: . In Geneva New York , visiting friends, the butler was very averse to serving "blacks" as he called them, and revenged himself by putting bibs at their places.
Alexander unfolded his, saw the unusual shape, but as he had seen many strange things on his travels concluded that must be something new, so quietly fitted the place cut out for the neck to his waist. These displays of prejudice in the United States and the puritanical views of American missionaries probably influenced his slightly anti-American point of view, along with that of the rest of the royal family. Judd later wrote about him: "educated by the Mission, most of all things dislikes the Mission. Having been compelled to be good when a boy, he is determined not to be good as a man.
During his term he also studied foreign languages and became accustomed to traditional European social norms. He assumed the duties of Lieutenant General and Commander in Chief of the Forces of the Hawaiian Islands and began working to reorganize the Hawaiian military and to maintain the dilapidated forts and cannons from the days of Kamehameha I.
Kamehameha III died on March 18, On January 11, Alexander took the oath as King Kamehameha IV, succeeding his uncle when he was only 20 years old. William Little Lee served as chief justice, until he was sent on a diplomatic mission and then died in Allen became chief justice, and David L. Gregg became minister of finance. Only a year after assuming the throne, Alexander took the hand of Emma Rooke as his queen.
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Chief Justice Elisha Hunt Allen quickly slipped his own gold ring to the king and the ceremony continued. After marrying in , the royal couple had their only child in May , named Prince Albert Edward Kauikeaouli Kaleiopapa a Kamehameha. Alexander Liholiho thought he was responsible for the death of Prince Albert because he gave him a cold shower to "cool him off" when Albert wanted something he could not have.
His ailing health worsened.
At the age of four, the young prince died on August 27, On September 11, he shot his secretary Henry A. Neilson, who died two years later. Even the Catholic bishop came, dressed as a bishop. Other editions.
Kamehameha IV King of the Hawaiian Islands 1834-1863
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