- 25 July 1864
- Robley, Horatio Gordon, 1840-1930
Scene at Tauranga, with Ngati Rangi bringing in their arms and the arms of British soldiers captured in battle, after the battle of Gate Pa. The White Ensign is flying on a flagpole. A large group of Maori is seated, with their leader, Hori Ngatai standing in the centre and speaking. The captured British swords are plunged into the ground close to the table where the peace agreement is being signed. A two-storied European house at upper left and another house in the background
Compared to engraving in Illustrated London News, 1864, v.45, p.429.
Both Museum of New Zealand and Australian War Memorial Museum have similar views.
Other Titles - Ngati Rangi Tauranga
Inscriptions: Recto - bottom left - by H. G. Robley; Recto - bottom right - [Title]; Verso - [Descriptive note]
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Physical Description: Watercolour 203 x 305 mm
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