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TE MANUHIRI TUARANGI AND MAORI INTELLIGENCER

" Kia Whakakotahitia te Maori me te pakeha."

VOL. I] AUCKLAND, JUNE 1 & 15, 1861.—AKARANA, HUNE I & 15, 1861. [Nos. 6 & 7

' LET THE PAKEHA AMD THE MAORI BE UNITED."

THE GOVERNOR'S DECLARA- TION TO THE WAIKATOS.

Thomas Gore Browne, Governor.

In order to avoid misapprehension, the Governor directs the attention of the Chiefs and people, assembled at Ngarua- wahia, to the present condition of affairs in New Zealand, and states distinctly the course necessary to be taken in order to avert the calamities that threaten the country.

In the year 1858 a portion of the Maori people, resident in Waikato, pretended to set up a Maori King, and Potatau was chosen for the office. "He

'KIA WHAKAKOTAHITIA TE PAKEHA ME TE MAORI"

TE WHAKAPUAKANGA A TE KAWANA KI WAIKATO

NA THOMAS GORE BROWNE, NA TE KAWANA,—

He whakapuakanga tenei na te Kawana, he whakamaramatanga i ana tikanga kei rapu he te whakaaro o te tangata; na, koia tenei meatanga ana ki nga rangatira ki nga tangata e huihui mai nei ki Ngaruawahia kia ata whakaarohia e ratou to tatou ahua e noho nei tatou i Niu Tireni i tenei ra, a, koia hoki tenei whakaatuatu marie ana i te ara e Uku ai e ora ai tatou i nga aitua e tu mai nei i to tatou aroaro.

I te tau 1858, ka hanga tetahi taha o te Iwi Maori, kei Waikato, ka whakatu i te Kingi Maori, ko Potatau te rangatira i meinga