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which they may collectively or individually possess, so long as they wish to, retain the same in their possession. I repeat this assurance to you again now and I call upon all true and faithful Maories to contradict any report, coming either from European or Native, which throws doubt on this pledge. Her Majesty desires that her subjects of both races should dwell in peace together and those who continue to do so may rest assured that they will not be molested either in property or person.

THOMAS GORE BROWNE, GOVERNOR GOVERNMENT HOUSE, Auckland March 4th, 1861.

MEETING OF MAORIES AT CANTERBURY

On the 13th September last, agreeably to an invitation given by the Deputy Superintendent, the Maories of the neighbouring villages assembled at the Town Hall, in Christchurch, for purpose of expressing their sympathy towards the Taranaki sufferers, and of reciprocating their sentiments of good felling with the settlers of their own Province, the suggestion for the meeting having collie from the Maories themselves. Mr Bowen, the, Deputy Superintendent took the chair at about half past eleven o clock a.m., and there was a numerous attendance of the Diocese residents. The Bishop of the Diocese the Venerable Archdeacon of Akaroa,

ika, me o ratou taonga ake o te iwi, o ia tangata o ia tangata whakapumautia ana e ia ki a ratou hei noho mo ratou, hei mea mau rawa ki a ratou, kaua tetahi hei tango hei whakaoho, hei aha ara, i te painga ia o ratou kia waiho ki a ratou mau ai. Na, ka tuaruatia ano e au tenei kupu ki a. koutou inaianei a ka karanga nei au. ki nga tangata Maori katoa e ngakau tika ana, e ngakau pono ana Iu kia kaua e whakapono ki nga korero whakahe i tenei kupu, ahakoa na te Pakeha, ahakoa na te Maori. E hiahia ana to Kuini kia noho tahi ana tangata, o nga iwi erua, i te pai, i te rangimarie. Na, kia mohio pu hoki te hunga e Pera, aua, e kore rawa ratou me o ratou taonga e ahatia.

Na to koutou hoa NA TAMATI KOA PARAONE, Kawana.

Te Whare o te Kawana Akarana, Maehe 5, 1861

TE RUNANGA o TE MAORI KI KATAPERE.

No te 13 9 nga ra o Hepetema, kua pahure atu nei, i tu au te runanga o nga Maori ki te Whare Runanga o te Taone, ki Otautahi. Na ratou ano, na nga Maori te take o tenei runanga. He mea ia, hei whakaputanga aroha ki nga Pakeha o Taranaki hei whakatu hoki i o ratou tikanga whakahoa, ki nga Pakeha o to ratou whenua, o Katapere Ko Te Pouene, ko ia te riwhi mo te Hupariteneti, te upoko o te whakaminenga. No waenganui o te 11 o te 12 o nga haora o te ata i timata ai te korero. Tokomaha nga Pakeha noho ki Otautahi kei reira, hei whakarongo Noho tata ana ki a Te Pouene ko te Pihopa, ko te Ahirikona o Akaroa, ko Te