The payments for these lands are these Two thousand pounds in money—One thousand to be given us on the first day of April 1847. Five hundred pounds on the first day of April 1848. Five hundred pounds on the first day of April 1849 which being added together makes Two thousand which concludes the arrangement.
A True Translation.
Porirua, April 1st, 1847.
1847. 1 April.Receipt for £1,000. Received from Lieutenant Colonel McCleverty the sum of One thousand pounds being the first instalment of Two thousand pounds of the payment for the Porirua District, and other Lands named in the Deed of Sale signed by us this day.
Rawiri Kingi Puaha x his mark.
Nopera Te Ngiha x his mark.
Ropota Hurumutu x his mark.
Te Watarauihi Nohorua x his mark.
Paraone Toangina x his mark.
Rawiri Kingi Puaha x his mark for Te Waka Te Kotua.
Mohi Te Hua x his mark.
Na Henere Matene te Wiwi:
Rawiri Kingi Puaha x his mark for Tapui.
Na Tamihana Te Rauparaha.
W. A. McCleverty,
J. Armstrong, Captain, 99th Regt.
L. R. Elliot, Lieut., 99th Regt.
W. F. G. Servantes, Lt., 6th Regt., Interpreter to the Forces.
I certify that I interpreted the above receipt to the signers of the same, in presence of the persons who have witnessed their signatures.
W. F. G. Servantes,
Lt., 6th Regt., Interpreter to the Forces.
Registration. No. 37. Conveyance received for Registration one o'clock p.m., 9th April, 1847.
Registrar of Deeds, Wellington.
A True Copy of Original Deed, Translation, Receipt, and Endorsement.
H. Hanson Turton.
Wellington, January 17th, 1876.