Object #1007940 from MS-Papers-0032-0190

3 pages written 1 Feb 1861 by Sir Walter Lawry Buller in Whangarei

From: Inward letters - Walter Lawry Buller, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0190 (26 digitised items). 26 letters written from Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Wanganui, 1857-1875, undated

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up the river. She will sail probably about Monday or Tuesday and this will take me back within the specified time.

I have only just returned from the Wairoa after a very pleasant trip. Mr. Richmond arrived at Kaihu en route for Hokianga on Wednesday last. Te Tirarau is here at present, and expresses much anxiety about the settlement of his land question.

Mr. Walton (whom I saw this afternoon) says that this negotiation will be

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a very easy one. He says that he has posted to your address places and full particulars.

After this recruit I shall be prepared for a thorough campaign of work - any amount you like to impose for the next 12 months.


I am (in haste), Faithfully yours,
Walter Buller.

English (ATL)

Whangarei,

Feb. 1st. 1861.



My dear Sir,

The Petrel sails for Auckland tonight, but acting on your limit of three weeks absence, I shall defer my return for the ''Maris''. I learn she is halfway up the river. She will sail probably about Monday or Tuesday and this will take me back within the specified time.

I have only just returned from the Wairoa after a very pleasant trip. Mr. Richmond arrived at Kaihu en route for Hokianga on Wednesday last. Te Tirarau is here at present, and expresses much anxiety about the settlement of his land question.

Mr. Walton (whom I saw this afternoon) says that this negotiation will be a very easy one. He says that he has posted to your address places and full particulars.

After this recruit I shall be prepared for a thorough campaign of work - any amount you like to impose for the next 12 months.


I am (in haste), Faithfully yours,
Walter Buller.

Part of:
Inward letters - Walter Lawry Buller, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0190 (26 digitised items)
Series 1 Inward letters (English), Reference Number Series 1 Inward letters (English) (14501 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)

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