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AND Maori Intelligencer.

"Kia Whakakotahitia te Maori me te Pakeha." VOL. 1.] AUCKLAND, OCTOBER 1, 1861.—AKARANA, OKETOPA 1, 1861. [Nos. 13 & U " LET THE PAKEHA AND THE MAORI BE UNITED."

To the Native Chiefs of New Zealand. MY FRIENDS,— At the command of my Queen and yours, I am about to leave you, but I cannot do so with- out bidding you farewell. My mind is dark at leaving you in an unset- tled state, and I desire to offer you the counsel of a departing friend.

The greatest difference between the Pakeha and the Maori is, that the Pakeha,, however numerous they

may be, submit to the law, and "KIA WHAKAKOTAHITIA TE PAKEHA ME TE MAORI."

Ki nga Rangatira Maori o Niu Tirani E AKU HOA,— He kupu na to tatou Kuini—toku, to koutou—ka mahue nei koutou i a au, ka haere nei hoki ahau. Ko tenei, kahore au e pai ki te haere puku, engari, kia whai poroaki iho ano au ki a koutou. E pouri ana taku whakaaro ki a koutou ka waiho raruraru nei e au, a e mea ana, auau ko tetahi kupu tohutohu maku me puta atu ki a koutou, he hoa aroha hoki tenei no koutou ka haere nei. Na, te tino mea i rere ke ai to te Maori ahua i to te Pakeha, koia tenei, Ahakoa tinitini te Pakeha, e rongo katoa ana ki to Ture, kei te