Office of the Land Purchase Commr.,Auckland, 3rd May, 1854.
When that land is entirely given up to the Europeans the second payment of £100 will be made to us in consideration of all our relatives and ourselves giving up entirely that land together with its streams its trees its rocks and all other things appertaining to it and Mr. McLean that the second payment of £100 shall be the final payment for this land because we have consented and have sold all that land to Mr. Ligar—acting on behalf of the Queen of England—for ever.
We therefore subscribe our names this 3rd day of May, 1854.
[Witnesses.]page 600 If you should hear any word about this set it aside for we have made a solemn engagement with respect to Te Haroto that there should be no trouble about it. Twenty three persons sold Te Haroto fairly. Sufficient. It is ended.
T. E. Young,
Translator, Native Dept.
A True Copy of Original Deed and Translation.