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William Yate

Missionary, writer.

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Conical Hakari stage. From an Account of New Zealand, by Rev. W. Yate Fig. 145.—Mourning over the head of a friend. — (After the Rev. Mr. Yate) The first page of Ko te Katikihama III,the first work printed in New Zealand and one of two known surviving copies. This catechism was printed by Rev. William Yate at Kerikeri in 1830. This publication was certainly in Grey's collection by 1862 because he lent it to Rev. William Williams for consultation, and Williams returned it to Grey on 12 March 1862. gnzm 7


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