[ko te tohutoro i roto i te reo Māori]
We have received on this twenty fourth (24) day of February
in the year 1857 the sum1857. 24 February of one thousand pounds (£1000) once told these monies were paid to us by
Mr. Cooper.Hawke's Bay. This is the final instalment which it was agreed should be given to us
in the days of March in the year 1856. Now all the payments whatsoever have been
given to us notMatau-A-Maui. (Cape Kidnapper.) a single payment remains to be made to us for the lands the boundaries
of which have been recited in, the above written Deed which have been entirely
given up by us toReceipt for £1,000, last instalment. Victoria the Queen of England to the Kings and Queens who may succeed
her for ever. And in consideration of the payment to us of these monies at Pa
Whakairo on this day we have signed our names and marks to this deed.
Te Moananui Hawea x, and 10 others.
H. S. Tiffen, Land Comr.,
Samuel Williams, Minr., of Heretaunga.
A True Copy of Original Deed and Translation.
H. Hanson Turton.
February 19th, 1876.