Object #1010230 from MS-Papers-0032-0194
From: Inward letters - Robert S Bush, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0194 (97 digitised items). 96 letters written between 1870-1876 from Ohinemuri, Auckland, Ngaruawahia, Raglan.In includes letter in Maori from Hone Te One of Kawhia re meeting the Maori King in Kawhia, 1873.
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Kati te Whakaae a te Pakeha Ki nga Maori e tohe aua Ki te reti Ki te ho Ko me mutu mutu rawa Ko te 28 te arai ote toto, Ko te Kupu Anake Kei runga i erei) Te Manara a Rangi, Te Manara whenua.
I think by the last two lines they mean peace, and cultivating food. Nearly all of Tapihana's people are at Hone te One's, building a large whare.
Inward letters - Robert S Bush, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0194 (97 digitised items)
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