The Laws of England, Compiled and translated into the Māori language.
The Law is no respecter of persons. Whether great or small; rich or poor; white, black or brown; his name is Man; arid the Law protects him. And if one man is injured by another, the Law prescribes a remedy for him, and a panishment for the wrongdoer.
Let not these principles be forgotten, for they are of no trifling import, but constitute the very source of safety and prosperity to society. Through the operation of his good, just, and intelligent Law, the Pakeha has grown to be great, powerful, and houourable.