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TE MANUHIRI TUARANGI AND MAORI INTELLIGENCER

"Kia Whakakotahitia te Maori me te pakeha."

VOL. I.] AUCKLAND, AUGUST 15, 1861.—AKARANA, AKUHATA 15, 1861. [No. 11,

LET THE PAKEHA AND THE MAORI BE UNITED."

ON the 25th of May, the Governor addressed a Memorandum to the Gentlemen who form his Council,

acquainting them with his views and opinions as to what should be done for our Maori Brethren, when the establishment of peace may render it possible.

This Memorandum was sent to the great Runanga ; and the Gen- tlemen who compose that Runanga have asked the Governor to make it

known to the Maories, that they

may see exactly what the views and wishes of the Governor are. For

"KIA WHAKAKOTAHITIA TE PAKEHA ME TE MAORI."

No te 25 o Mei, i tuhituhia e te Kawana tetahi pukapuka ki nga Rangatira o tona Runanga, hei wha- kamohio i a ratou ki ana whakaaro mo nga mea tika kia whakaritea mo a tatou hoa Maori, ua ka taea nga tikanga o te rongo-mau.

Ko taua pukapuka i tukua atu ki i te Runanga Nui; a kua mea mai nga Rangatira o taua runanga, kua tono mai ki a Kawana, kia whaka- maoritia ano tana pukapuka, kia tino kite ai nga tangata Maori, i nga whakaaro, me nga hiahia, a te Ka-