We, whose names are affixed to this paper consent to
surrender all that land, the plan of1859. 13 August.Oero Reserve. which is sketched in the map prepared by Mr. Cooper and Tiffen, that is,
all those portions which we had intended to have retained for ourselves with the
exception of that piece which was surveyed by Pellichet and Hori Niania being
three hundred and eight 308 acres. This we retain for ourselves as it is
convenient to the lake in which we catchNative reserve. [308 acres.] eels. The name of this portion is Oero.
Receipt for £50.
And in consideration of the settlement of the question of this portion
gives us this day
the sum of Fifty pounds for which sum we completely surrender these portions of
land. This is therefore concluded on this day the thirteenth (13th) of August in
the year of Our Lord 1859.
And having agreed to this we hereby affix our names and marks.
Na Renata Hapuku, &c., &c.,
Na Hori Niania.
Te Hapuku Ikaotemoana x.
A True Transcript of Office Copy of Original Deed and Translation.
H. Hanson Turton.
February 28th, 1876.