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

Deeds—No. 190. Pakiri Block, Kaipara District

Deeds—No. 190. Pakiri Block, Kaipara District.

This Agreement made this Twelfth day of May One thousand eight hundred and 1874 12 May Kaipara District. Pakiri. seventy four Between Her Majesty the Queen of the first part and Hori Te More and Arama Karaka Haututu of Kaipara Native Chiefs and John Sheehan of Auckland Solicitor trustee along with the said Arama Karaka Haututu of the interest of the land hereinafter referred to belonging to Wi Apo an infant of the second part Whereby it is agreed as follows—The said parties of the second part agree to sell to Her Majesty all Interests of Wi Apo and Panapa. the interest of the said Wi Apo and all the interest of Panapa deceased son of the said Hori Te More in the Block of land known Pakiri situate in the district of Kaipara in the Province of Auckland containing by admeasurement Thirty one thousand four hundred acres more or less for the consideration of One thousand six hundred pounds (That is Eight hundred pounds to the said [31,400 acres.] Hori te More and Eight hundred pounds to the said Arama Karaka Haututu and the said Receipt for £1,600. John Sheehan) And to execute all proper and necessary deeds for that purpose no personal liability to attach to the said Arama Karaka Haututu and the said John Sheehan in respect of this Agreement And as regards Hori Te More it is agreed and understood that he will at once apply for and have his name inserted in the Grant as successor to Panapa deceased (And the said parties of the second part hereby acknowledge the receipt of Eight hundred pounds on account hereof paid in hand and Eight hundred pounds Banked to our account).

Hori Te x More.
Arama Karaka Haututu.
John Sheehan

Signed by the said Hori Te More, Arama Karaka Haututu and John Sheehan in the presence of—

E. W. Brissenden.
Te Hemara tauhia.
Charles E. Nelson.

A True Copy of Original Deed.

H. Hanson Turton.

Wellington, July 16th, 1875