Object #1001633 from MS-Papers-0032-0003A
3 pages written 3 Jun 1850 by an unknown author in Wellington
From: Native Land Purchase Commissioner - Papers, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0003A (55 digitised items). No Item Description
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June 3rd. 1850.
Meeting at Colonial Secretary's Office, respecting the sale of land.
Te Matapihi Te Rangi, -
"I want to sell my land at Puketapu, to break up the boundaries on the sea side of the land sold by Paora; and give it to you, because the people in the land have not behaved well to me."
Te Ngahau, -
"I also wish to dispose of my
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land, and give it up to you. The reserves are what I wish to sell."
demanding payment, or that he would take his land in the Puketapu block.
Hetaraka Timuakerangi, -
"Respecting Mokau claims, the second payment should be made to us, to the Ngatirarua."
Te Kana, -
agrees to sell his claims at
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Mokau; and is satisfied with Te Kerei's arrangements. Wishes to have his money paid here.
Te Renata Ngaroto, -
"If they, the Ngati-Maniapoto Peketahia part with or sell Mokau, I am agreeable, provided I get a portion of the Second instalment,"
Ko Hakopa Kerewha, -
offers land at Mangere.
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