Object #1016200 from MS-Papers-0032-0123
From: Papers relating to provincial affairs - Taranaki. Inspector of police, Reference Number MS-Papers-0032-0123 (71 digitised items). No Item Description
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of Wellington, to enter extensively into the Flax Trade on this coast; and shall be prepared, upon obtaining possession of this Station, to offer employment to the whole of the Native population within the limits before named.
The establishment of such a Station, under competent management, must prove advantageous to the natives, the Government, and this settlement. To the natives, by affording them constant remunerating employment; to the Government, by keeping so large a body of natives employed; and to the settlement, by creating a valuable
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Being ignorant as to which Government this settlement is now attached, I am debarred from addressing the Colonial Secretary on the subject herein referred to. I have to request that you will be pleased to bring this matter under the consideration of His Excellency the Governor.
Sir, I have the honour to be Your obdt. servt. (Signed)
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