The boundaries of the land which we now give up are these. The river of
RangitikeiBoundaries. [1,600 acres.] on one side the sea on the other, on one of the other sides the river
of Turakina thence towards the interior to where our inland boundary adjoins.
The whole of the land between Turakina and Whangaehu rivers are reserved to be
a gathering place for the men of Ngatiapa. The whole of our lands on the
northern side of Whangaehu we permanently hand over to Mr. McLean. The
commencement of the boundary is at the mouth of the Whangaehu river, thence
following the course of that stream to Tapiripiri thence to Oeta thence
proceeding to a place over against the boundary set aside for the Whanganui
settlement thence along that boundary to Motukaraka thence to the sea.