WeHave Received on this fifth day of July in the year of Our
Lord 1859 the sum of One1859. 5 July. hundred Pounds in money (£100) paid to us by Mr. McLean for our land
reserved atMohaka-Waikare Reserve. Te Heruotureia that is for all the portion reserved by us formerly at
the time of the sale of Mohaka and Waikare that is to say the place where Te
Kohuoterangi and others ofReserve for £100. our dead were buried. All that portion which was reserved we now fully
cede under the shining sun of this day to Victoria the Queen of England and to
the Kings or Queens who may succeed Her for ever. We will never go back upon
this place it was the only place reserved for us formerly out of this sale and
we now cede it in order to put an end to the disputes respecting the stock of
the Europeans running on that place there are one hundred acres but we estimate
it at more.
T. E. Young,
Translator Native Department.
A True Copy of Original Receipt and Translation.
H. Hanson Turton.
January 12th, 1877.