Object #1014715 from MS-Papers-0032-0021

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From: Superintendent, Hawkes Bay and Government Agent, East Coast - Papers, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0021 (68 digitised items). Comprises correspondence, memoranda and reports mainly relating to the military campaign against Te Kooti.

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COPY. Memorandum of dates.

Mr. S. Williams' interview with Mr. Bichmond and Superintendent 2nd. Nov 1868 Departure of Friendly natives for the Wairoa 19th. Oct. 1868 Departure of Mr. Richmond and Superintendent for same 19th. Oct. 1868 Interview with Major Biggs at Poverty Bay 23rd.Oct. 1868 Was he informed of the Espedition?. Yes. Combined movement from Wairoa. Junction of natives from Poverty Bay with Wairoa natives, and those sent there from Napier 1st. Dec. 1868 The departure of the Expedition 26th. Nov. 1868 The order for its return (?) The attack by Te Kooti and his party on the Poverty Bay settlers 10th. Nov. 1868 The probable position of Te Kooti and his party at the time the order to retreat was given. To be ascertained. The position of the Expedition at that time A sketch map showing these positions and their relation to the part of Poverty Bay district occupied by the settlers. N.B. The date when Expedition was sent to the Wairoa to operate in rear of Te Kooti's scouts, and between it and Ngatapa; also the route by which Te Kooti retreated towards Ngatapa, and a sketch plan showing these points and routes. The date of their arrival at Wairoa. The nuber of the Expedition. The number of the natives at the Wairoa Available. The position to Some of these plans and sketches as-company reports. which it was to have proceeded, and its intended route. Whether the detachment of the natives from the Wairoa, taken in connection with the known position of Te Kooti's party, would have improperly weaken-ed Wairoa. The position from which the front attacking party proceeded, and route. The place of the battle. To be ascertained N.B. some of these plans accompany reports.

Maoris murdered at Poverty Bay, Nov. 10th. 1868, and following days:-

Hoera Whakamiha

Piripi Taketake.

Harata Taketake, (his wife and four children.)

Pera Kararehe.

Tiopira Korehi.

Paora Taniwha.

Tutere Kapai.

Rawiri Taihuka.

Tuteari Tonga.

Paratene Pototi. ) Iraia Riki ) Te Wiremu Kinahi ) Waaka Puakanga ) Renata Whakaari ) Killed in Tamihana's Pa. Ihimaera Hokopu. ) Ihimaera Hokopu. ) Hira Te Kai (wounded

Part of:
Superintendent, Hawkes Bay and Government Agent, East Coast - Papers, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0021 (68 digitised items)
Series 7 Official papers, Reference Number Series 7 Official papers (3737 digitised items)
McLean Papers, Reference Number MS-Group-1551 (30238 digitised items)

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