Object #1013995 from MS-Papers-0032-1015

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From: Correspondence and other papers in Maori, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-1015 (19 digitised items). Contains letters with waiata and haka from various districts, and includes some related whakapapa. (Some of the waiata and haka relate to the fighting between Kingitanga supporters and other Maori)Also includes a traditional mnaramataka, dated 1845

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E Kuia ma E Koro ma Kati Koia te maka ha mai E mate ana i tona mate. Tahuna mai te ahi a te pakeha Kai Koe Ngapuhi i au E Kore e ngaro, he tangata Karahi I te Karo pu he Kawa taua hanga Kai Koe e Waikato i au E Kere e ngaro he Kete Kotahi Me Kawe Ke Ngamotu ki te One One hunga Ka hei na taua E te pakeha te ei mai Ki uta Nei, Kia whi wi au i te Pu i te toke i te Ngaihi He Koti Koti i aku pane E Kore e mutu e mau Ana i tona Ko iwi. Ka Eke tona ringa Ki raroki Te Karokaro i te tokatoka He Hongi Hongi ma tona Ko iwi Te Piro e - Ko Ngamotu Ko te Rewatapu Taku wawai tipa e te Kura, Nga Rika taua tena Wakatauki. Taku one one i haroa E te Kahu E wenewene ki tai taki wawae tipa kite Kura, na Rikitaua tenei Wakawai.

[N.B. The foregoing is copied as nearly as possible as it seems, but there may be inaccuracies in the spelling of the Maori words.]

Part of:
Correspondence and other papers in Maori, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-1015 (19 digitised items)
Series 2 Inward letters (Maori), Reference Number Series 2 Inward letters (Maori) (3148 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)

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