1862. 15 May.Pourerere.Received from Mr. McLean the sum of One hundred pounds, this
day the 15th May 1862. This money is in payment of all my pieces of land at
Pourerere now occupied byReceipt for £100. J. Northwood, and the said land is hereby given tip for ever.
Native reserve. The part retained by me is the piece where my children are buried
between the streams of Ikanui and te Waipukakahu, that is, the cultivations in
that part, the said piece may contain thirty acres, or perhaps forty, one
portion (extends) from the bend of Ikanui to another bend at the part near
Ikanui at my cultivations there. This is the final cession of that land to the
Government of New Zealand for ever.
Morena. Hawea x.
Hapuku x i his mark.
A True Copy of Original Receipt and Translation.
February 29th, 1876.