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A Compendium of Official Documents Relative to Native Affairs in the South Island. Volume Two.

No. 43. — Copy of conveyance of land in City of Nelson by Commissioner of Native Reserves to Alfred Greenfield, Esq

No. 43.
Copy of conveyance of land in City of Nelson by Commissioner of Native Reserves to Alfred Greenfield, Esq.

Conveyance.Land in City of Nelson.Commissioner of Native Reserves to Alfred Greenfield.Entered on Record this 28th day of September, 1864.Alfred Domett,Secretary for Crown Lands.R, 6 A, No. 235.Registered in Vol. 7, D, No 6815, 3rd January, 1865.Johan Poynter,Registrar of Deeds. This deed made the fifteenth day of July, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred aud sixty-four, between James Mackay, the younger, of the city of Nelson, in the Province of Nelson, in the Colony of New Zealand, Esquire, the Commissioner of Native Reserves appointed under two several Acts of the General Assembly of New Zealand, intituled respectively "The Native Reserves Act, 1856," and "The Native Reserves Amendment Act, 1862," and hereinafter called the Commissioner of the one part, and Alfred Greenfield, of the said City of Nelson, gentleman, of the other part. Whereas power is given to Commissioners appointed under the said Acts (subject to the provisions thereof) to exchange, absolutely sell, lease, or otherwise dispose of lands over which the Native Title shall have been extinguished within the jurisdiction of the Commissioners respectively, and reserved or set apart for the benefit of the Aboriginal inhabitants. And whereas the said land hereinafter described has been set apart for the benefit of the Aboriginal inhabitants, and the Native Title over the same has been extinguished. And whereas the said Commissioner has agreed to sell the piece of land hereinafter described to the said Alfred Greenfield for the price or sum of thirty pounds. Now this Deed Witnesseth that in pursuance of the said agreement, and in consideration of the sum of thirty pounds sterling paid by the said Alfred Greenfield to the said Commissioner, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowlegded: He the said Commissioner doth hereby convey and assure unto the said Alfred Greenfield, and his heirs: All that piece or parcel of land situate in the said City of Nelson, containing one rood and sixteen perches (more or less), being part of section numbered 344 on the plan of the said City, bounded on the northward by other part or the said section (two hundred and thirty links); on the eastward by section numbered 346 on the said plan (three hundred and nine links); and on the south-westward by Shakespeare Walk. The abuttals and boundaries of which said piece or parcel of land are more particularly delineated and described in the plan drawn in the margin of these presents, and coloured yellow, together with all the appurtenances to the same belonging or appertaining, to have and to hold the said piece or parcel of land hereditaments and premises hereby conveyed and assured or expressed and intended so to be unto the said Alfred Greenfield, his heirs, and assigns, to the use of the said Alfred Greenfield, his heirs, and assigns for ever. In witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto set their hands the day and year first above-written.

James Mackay, junr.

Signed by the above-named James Mackay, the younger, in the presence of—

H. Halse, Assistant Native Secretary, Auckland.

In conformity with the seventh section of "The New Zealand Native Reserves Act, 1856," I hereby declare my assent to the sale and conveyance effected by the within-written deed, as witness my hand this 21st day of July, 1864.

G. Grey.

With the advice and consent of the Executive Council.

Frederick Whitaker.
William Fox.

Approved in Council

July 21st, 1864.

Forster Goring, Clerk to Executive Council.