||Fish-hole I. Slain by Ngauta, when for the first time "lord of Mangaia."
||Gourd-leaf. Son of the shore king Vaerua-rau, The drum of peace for the last (seventh) "lordship" of Ngauta (enjoyed by Terea) was beaten by Rau-ue over the body of Inangaro.
||Small-scale. Reigned in the days of Ngangati.
||Day I. Reigned in the days of Mautara.
||The cutting (i.e., slaughtering).
||Day II. Died a.d. 1829. Professed Christianity.
||Palm-of-many-branches (purely allegorical). Reigned from a.d. 1821 till his lamented death in 1878.
||John Trego, son of Numangatini
||David-the-younger,grandson of Numangatini.
|(Reign jointly now by will of the late king).