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

Temporary Receipt attached to the Taratahi Deed

Temporary Receipt attached to the Taratahi Deed.

November 29th, 1854.
Thisis a description of the boundaries of our Land—Tinohine ataki running on to te1854. 29 November. Rahurumai, te Wanga-a-te-Rerewa, te Eweotina Aoaroroa, Tarahi, te Rimukawiti, acrossBoundaries. the Waiohine, Tarapua, running on to Tane-nui-a-rangi, Pukehou which is the boundary (or end) thence it runs to te Tahataha, te Ratai-a-Kuha, and on to Pohatunui, to Tokiapateika, to Waiohine, te Aupaea.

That is all. The price is £700.

(Signed) Wi Kingi.
Te Tati.

We have received from Mr. McLean the sum of one hundred pounds (£100) inReceipt for £100. part payment for our land at Wairarapa the boundaries of which are described in this paper.

Wiremu Kingi.

Witnesses—

John P. Russell.
G. S. Cooper.

I have received from Mr. McLean the sum of one hundred pounds £100 forReceipt for £100. this new piece of land which we have transferred to Victoria the Queen of England for ever.

Hiko te Tati xhis mark.

Witnesses—

G. S. Cooper.
John P. Russell.

A True Copy of Original Deed, Translation, and Receipts.

H. Hanson Turton.

Wellington, February 11th, 1876.