Punch in Canterbury :The surrender. Wiremu Thompson - The General is in disgrace, you say, and the Queen's troops are to be sent away, and the volunteers and Rangers are coming against us. Then, Kingi, the sooner we surrender the better. [Christchurch, 18
Reference Number: PUBL-0078-44
Wiremu Kingi Tarapipi Te Waharoa standing, after addressing a group of his fellow Maori who are seated at his feet within the palisades of a pa. To the right, in the background, a ship is standing at sea while troops are marched towards it, overseen by Brigadier-General Carey on horseback. A group of volunteer Pakeha troops are marching up from the middle distance on the right. The suggestion of the text is that this was a weak moment in England's fighting, that the Maori were winning and that this was not the moment to surrender.
1 image, categorised under Portraits and Wood engravings, related to George Jackson Carey, Gustavus Ferdinand von Tempsky, Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipipi Te Waharoa, New Zealand Army Forest Rangers, Great Britain. Army, New Zealand Wars, 1860-1872 - Campaigns - Waikato-Tauranga, Peace, Satire, Women, Maori, Oratory, Maori - Pataka, Pa, Men, Maori, Weapons, Maori, Diplomats and Maori - Clothing.
Punch in Canterbury. Vol 1 no 1 (Apr 8 1865) - Vol 1 no 20 (August 19 1865?) [Christchurch, 1865], Reference Number PUBL-0078 (5 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Wood engraving,. Single art work
Conditions governing access to original: Partial restriction - Use photographic copies in preference to original.
Other copies available: File Print available in Turnbull Library Pictures920. Te Waharoa, Wiremu Tamihana Tarapipi. 1865.(DFP-005661)
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