Received on this 16 day of July in the year 1859, the sum of
Fifty pounds from Mr. McLean.1859. 16 July. This is a part of the price of our land at the Takapau which we have
soldTakapau. and fully given up, under the shining sun of the present day as a
lasting possession toReceipt for £50. Victoria the Queen of England and to all the Kings and Queens Her
Successors for ever. The boundary begins at Opuoka, and runs on to te Pinepine,
thence to Wanau,Boundaries. thence to Numia, thence to te Whare o Kaiwaru, thence to te Matau,
thence to te Rakehou, thence following the Matau to te Pa tu Kauae, thence to
Ohinekota, thence to Taurangapapa, thence to Ngapunaawhakahinga, thence to te
Pukahu, thence to Porangahau, thence to Makirikiri and thence to Opuoka. The
names of places included in these lands are te Rongo o Marama, te Waimanu, te
Waiaau, Putaeore, and te Rango. The balance of the price of these lands is to be
settled when they are surveyed.
G. S. Cooper, Dist. Commr.
George Friend, Accountant.
G. S. Cooper.
A True Copy of Original Receipt and Translation.
H. Hanson Turton.
February 29th, 1876.