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[Clarke, Cuthbert Charles], 1818-1863 :Baptism of Te Ngahue, an aged New-Zealand chief, at Te Ariki, on the lake of Tarawera, by the Rev. T. Chapman. J[ames] Johnston sc. [29th. Dec. 1849] [London; Church Missionary Society, 1851]

Reference Number: B-030-008

An elderly Maori man reclining on a bier, while the Rev. Thomas Chapman stands at his head, prayer-book (or Bible) in his hand. Four other European men are present inside a large temple-like structure, while a large crowd of seated and standing Maori surround the central group.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Wood engravings, related to James Johnston, Sir George Grey, Hori Te Ngahue, George Sisson Cooper, Cuthbert Charles Clarke, Tarawera, Lake, Maori - Missions, Governors - New Zealand, Baptism, Prayer-books and Missionaries.

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[Clarke, Cuthbert Charles], 1818-1863 :Baptism of Te Ngahue, an aged New-Zealand chief, at Te Ariki, on the lake of Tarawera, by the Rev. T. Chapman. J[ames] Johnston sc. [29th. Dec. 1849] [London; Church Missionary Society, 1851], Reference Number B-030-008 (1 digitised items)

Extent: 1 b&w art print(s)Monochrome-tinted wood engraving 216 x 355 mm. Single art work

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