[Extract from New Zealand Gazette.]
G. Grey, Governor.
Order in Council. At the Government House, at Wellington, the tenth day of January, 1867. Present: His Excellency the Governor in Council.
In exercise of the powers vested in the Governor by "The Native Reserves Act, 1856," and "The Native Reserves Amendment Act, 1862," the Governor, with the advice and consent of the Executive Council of the Colony, doth order that the land hereinafter described—that is to say: All the parcel of land, being the section marked E on the plan of the Waiwhakaiho District, in the Province of Taranaki, bounded towards the North by section marked E, towards the East by a Native reserve marked C, towards the South by section marked El, and towards the West by the River Waiwhakaiho, being land subject to the operation of the said Act shall be sold, and the same is hereby sold to John Whiteley, of New Plymouth, Wesleyan Missionary, and Charles Edward Rawson of New Plymouth, settler, for the sum of one hundred and fifty, pounds sterling.
Forster Goring, Clerk of the Executive Council.