Object #1005298 from MS-Papers-0032-0051
2 pages written 17 Feb 1870 by Frederick John William Gascoigne
From: Minister of Colonial Defence - Armed Constabulary. District offices, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0051 (27 digitised items). No Item Description
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Feb. 17th. 1870.
I have the honour to acknowledge the receipt of your Memo, of the 16th. inst. and to inform you that I asked the principal men of Nga-t-pikiao, at this place, if they intended to start for the front in accordance with your wishes, and they replied that they could not egt the tribe to move. Therefore I will march for Maketu to-morrow morning.
I hear that the Ohinemutu natives (Ngati-Whaka-rewa) have determined to remain stationary also.
I have the honour to be Sir,
Your most obedient servant (Signed)
To:-- Lt. Col. McDonell Commanding Field Forces.
Minister of Colonial Defence - Armed Constabulary. District offices, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0051 (27 digitised items)
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