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Arthur Herbert Messenger

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A form of cradle for infants not yet able to walk, termed a Pakokori or Korowhitiwhiti. The mother engaged in weaving — (Original by A.H. Messenger Drawing by A. H. Messenger, after a sketch 1852] — The British Frigate “Castor” Drawing by Mr. A. H. Messenger] — Pukearuhe Redoubt, from the North Drawing by Mr. A. H. Messenger] — The Steamer “Stormbird,” Troop Transport Drawn by A. H. Messenger, from a water-colour sketch by Lieutenant G. H. Page (58th Regt.), 1846] — The Attack on Rangihaeata's Position, Horokiri From a drawing by A. H. Messenger] — The Attack on the Pukekohe East Church Stockade. (14th September, 1863) From a drawing by A. H. Messenger] — The Battle of Waireka — Defence of Jury's Farmhouse by the Taranaki Volunteers and Militia From a drawing by Mr. A. H. Messenger] — The Schooner “Rifleman” The Original Redoubt at Pukearuhe The Pukearuhe Blockhouse Destroyed by Wetere's War-party, 1869 — (Drawn by Mr. A. H. Messenger from a sketch by his father.)


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