Also known as: William King; Wiremu Kingi.
Taranaki warrior, leader.
- An Epitome of Official Documents Relative to Native Affairs and Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand
- A Sequel to One of England's Little Wars
- A Sketch of the New Zealand War
- Aureretanga: Groans of the Maoris
- England and the Maori Wars
- Hauhauism: An Episode in the Maori Wars 1863-1866
- Hero Stories of New Zealand
- Historic Poverty Bay and the East Coast, N.I., N.Z.
- History of New Zealand
- History of New Zealand. Vol. II.
- History of New Zealand. Vol. III.
- Kōtare 2000, Volume Three, Number Two
- Legends of the Maori
- Maoria: A Sketch of the Manners and Customs of the Aboriginal Inhabitants of New Zealand.
- New Zealand and the War.
- Nga Mahi a te hui o te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o te Waimate i te Pihopatanga o Akarana. I Huihui ki Paihia, I A Hanuere 14, 15, 1874.
- Nga Mahi a te hui o te Hahi Maori o te Atirikonatanga o te Waimate i te Pihopatanga o Akarana. I Huihui ki te Waimate. I A Aperira 22 1872.
- Notes on Early Life in New Zealand
- One of England's Little Wars
- Renata's Speech and Letter to the Superintendent of Hawke's Bay on the Taranaki War Question; in the original Maori, with an English translation.
- Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1888.
- Soldiering in New Zealand, Being Reminiscences of a Veteran
- The Long White Cloud
- The Maori King
- The Maori King Movement in New Zealand
- The New Zealand Native Rebellion
- The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume I (1845–64)
- The New Zealand Wars: A History of the Maori Campaigns and the Pioneering Period: Volume II: The Hauhau Wars, (1864–72)
- The Past and Present Of New Zealand With Its Prospects for the Future
- The Second Year of One of England's Little Wars
B. — new zealand spectator, nov. 3. — To the Editor of the New Zealand Spectator
C. — New Zealand Spectator, Oct. 10, 1860
D. — Statement respecting the Procedings at Waitara, by Tipene Ngaruna
E. — Wiremu Kingi to the Governor
G. — To the Editor of the New Zealand Spectator
H. — New Zealand Spectator, Feb. 6, 1861. — To the Editor of the New Zealand Spectator
I. — NEW ZEALAND SPECTATOR, MARCH 6, 1861. — To the Editor of the New Zealand Spectator
K. — From certain Members of the Ngatiawa Tribe to the Superintendent — of the Province of Wellington
L. — To the Editor of the New Zealand Spectator
From the Pa Whakaairo, November 7th, 1860
N. — RENATA'S REPLY TO THE SUPERINTENDENT OF HAWKE'S BAY. — New Zealand Spectator, March 23, 1861
O. — To the Editor of the New Zealand Spectator
- The Story of a Maori Chief
- The Taranaki Question
- The War in New Zealand.
- Through Ninety Years
- Yesterdays in Maoriland
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