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TE MANUHIRI TUARANGI

AND

MAORI INTELLIGENCER

"Kia Whakakotahitia te Maori we te pakeha."

VOL. I.] AUCKLAND, SEPTEMBER 2, 1861—AKARANA, HEPETEMA 2, 1861. [No. 12

" LET THE PAKEHA AND THE MAORI BE UNITED."

About Law.

THE ENGLISH SYSTEM.

CHAPTER IV.

ONCE upon a time, in England, as well as in New Zealand, the strong oppressed the weak. Prisoners taken in war were made slaves ; poor men were robbed and ill-treated, and got no redress.

But the oppressed were many, and by joining together, caused laws to be enacted which should protect the poor man as well as the rich. Still, for many years, the Law was weak, and bad men were strong, and disregarded

"KIA WHAKAKOTAHITIA TE PAKEHA ME TE MAORI."

MO NGA TURE

NGA TIKANGA PAKEHA.

UPOKO IV.

I NGA ra o etahi takiwa o Ingarani, o Niu Tireni ano hoki; na te kaha i takahi te hunga ngoikore ; ko nga herehere o nga whainga, i meinga hei pononga ; a i murua te tangata mokai, pahiatia ano hoki, a kahore he whakawa mona, i akina kautia.

He tini nga tangata i akina kautia, a huihui ana ratou, na reira takea ana nga ture hei tiaki i te hunga mo- kai, me te hunga whai taonga. Otiia he tini nga tau i uaua kore ai te ture;

a i kaha nga tangata kino, kihai i