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Historical Records of New Zealand

Secretary Horton to Captain R. H. Reynolds

Secretary Horton to Captain R. H. Reynolds.

Downing Street. 18th June, 1825.


I am directed by Earl Bathurst to inform you that, by information received on the 14th instant from the Navy Office, page 639 a passage can be provided for Tippahee, the New Zealand chief, on board the Henry Porcher, convict ship, for New South Wales, if he is sufficiently recovered in health to undertake the voyage, of which I request you will be so good as to inform me

The ship will be ready to receive passengers on the 25th instant, at Deptford.

I have, &c.,

R. W. Horton.

R. H. Reynolds, Water Street, Liverpool.Note.—Captain Reynolds was master of the ship Urania, in which Tippahee was conveyed to England, and on board of which he remained from the date of her arrival at Liverpool (13th Feby., 1825).