[Merrett, Joseph Jenner] 1816?-1854 :Te Waro. L. Haghe, lith. Day & Haghe. London, J Murray 
Reference Number: A-259-010
Shows Te Waru denouncing his daughter for murder of a slave to Pakeha visitors Ensign Best (or Captain Symonds) who is standing on the far left, Ernest Dieffenbach is closer on the left wearing a cloak and broad-brimmed hat. Te Waru is standing in front of an elaborate carving, his daughter standing at his left hand and seated Maori surrounding them
1 image, categorised under Lithographs, related to Abel Dottin William Best, Louis Haghe, Te Waru, John Jermyn Symonds, Johann Karl Ernst Dieffenbach, Joseph Jenner Merrett, Waipa District, Ngati Apakura, Travellers, Justice, Maori - Social life and customs, Women, Maori and Wood-carving, Maori.
[Merrett, Joseph Jenner] 1816?-1854 :Te Waro. L. Haghe, lith. Day & Haghe. London, J Murray , Reference Number A-259-010 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Lithograph, tinted, 120 x 190 mm on sheet 135 x 213 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: Te Waru, a pagan, announced to Symons that his people would henceforth live by British law. The daughter's brother had committed suicide after the discovery of his adulterous relationship with a female slave and his sister had thereupon killed the slave. In the end, the girl was not tried for the murder, since the incident had happened before Te Waru's decision. (Information from Ward, Alan. A show of justice).
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