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Maori Deeds of Land Purchases in the North Island of New Zealand: Volume One



Mangonui September 7th 1859.
1859 7th september.Mangonui District.Received from H. T. Kemp, Commissioner for the purchase of Lands, on behalf of Her Majesty the Queen, the sum of £58 Fifty eight pounds sterling as payment for this our Block of Land called "Kaiawe." Kaiawe.
The Boundary begins at the line of the property of the Church Mission, it follows Receipt for £58.Boundaries. that line in a straight direction to where it turns—then in a northerly direction "Te Peri Peri,"—it follows the survey line, until it joins the property of the Church Mission where it first began at Waihakaru; The Plan of the survey of the Land hereunto annexed, will point out the precise boundaries;

And We have entirely, and without reserve, sold and conveyed this Land to Victoria the Queen, and to Her Successors for ever and ever; and the sign is this, We have hereunto signed our names and marks to this Deed, in the year of our Lord 1859.

The Mark x of Te Puhipi Te Rewilarewha.

(Signed) Ko Te Waka Rangaunu.
(Signed) H. T. Kemp,
Land Purchase Comr.

Witness to Signatures and payment—

(Signed) W. B. White, R.M.
H. Grover, H.M. Customs.
John Smith.
John W. Kawau, Interpreter.
Joseph Reilly, Corpl. A.P.F.

True Translation.

H. T. Kemp.

A True copy of Original Deed and Translation.

H. Hanson Turton.

Wellington, 4th September, 1874.