This account by the well known literary figure of the nineteenth
century is a most informative and remarkable introduction to this
subject of abiding interest and universal appeal. Though not
generally known, Manley Hopkins, in addition to this considerable
literary endeavour, was also the Hawaiian Consul-General in
Liverpool during the mid-nineteenth century.
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