The War in New Zealand.
War in New Zealand.
"It might be well thought, a countrie so faire, and a people so tractable, would long ere this have been quietly possessed, to the satisfaction of the adventurers, and the eternizing of the memory of those who effected it. But because all the worlde do see a defailement, this following treatise shall give satisfaction to all indifferent readers, how the business hath been carried; where, no doubt, they will easily understand, and answer to their question, how it came to pass that there was no better speede and success in those proceedings."
Travels of Captain John Smith of Virginia. Book III. C. I.
With Two Maps and a Plan.
London: Smith, Elder and Co., 65, Cornhill. 1866.