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Maori Deeds of Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand: Volume Two

Upper Aorangi Block (part of), Manawatu District

Upper Aorangi Block (part of), Manawatu District.

This Deed made the Fourteenth day of April Anno Domini One thousand eight1873. 14 April.Manawatu District. hundred and seventy three Between Her Majesty the Queen of the one part and Te Kooro Te One an aboriginal native chief of New Zealand and hereinafter styledUpper Aorangi(Part of). "the Vendor" of the other part Witnesseth that in consideration of the sum of Sixteen pounds seventeen shillings and sixpence Sterling at or before the execution of these presents by Her Majesty the Queen to the vendor well and truly paid (the receiptReceipt for £16 . 17 . 6. whereof is hereby acknowledged). Then the vendor doth hereby convey, assure, surrender and confirm unto Her Majesty the Queen, her successors and assigns All the right title and interest property possession claim and demand whatsoever of the Vendor of in to or out of all that the piece or parcel or Block of land in the Province of Wellington and Colony of New Zealand described in the Schedule hereto and delineated in the plan drawn hereon Together with all and singular commons and right of commonage mines minerals trees woods and the ground and soil thereof ways waters watercourses streams fisheries fishings fowlings surface right of shore and foreshore liberties privileges hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever to the said land hereditaments and premises in anywise appertaining To the intent that the same land hereditaments and premises with their apppurtenances may henceforth be and remain vested in Her Majesty the Queen her successors and assigns Freed and discharged of and from all and every claim and demand whatsoever of and by the Vendor and all and every other person or persons lawfully or customarily claiming or to claim by through under or in trust for him the said Vendor. In witness whereof the said Vendor hath hereunto set his hand.