Deed of Waitohi purchase 1850.

Deed of Waitohi purchase 1850.
Great Britain, author., Te One, Ropoama., Potaka, Hemi., Witikau., Te Retimana., Bell, F. Dillon (Francis Dillon), 1822-1898., Grey, George, 1812-1898., New Zealand. Department of Lands and Survey. issuing body.
L & S 287.
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Text begins: This deed written this fourth day of March 1850: it is agreed by Ropoama, Hemi Potaka, Witikau, and Te Retimana, and the other Natives whose names are written to this deed on behalf of themselves and all the other people who own the land named below. It is agreed between all these Natives and Queen Victoria, Sovereign England, that whereas, as far back as the 30th day of December, 1848, it was declared by an agreement of Ropoama and the Natives of Waitohi, with the Governor and Mr. Bell, the Agent of the New Zealand Company, to sell to them Waitohi as a settlement for the Pakeha, and to give up the pa at Waitohi, the port, the cultivations, and all of the land at Waitohi
[Wellington] : [Department of Lands and Survey], 1976.
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