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Lower right (l.r.) of c. with brush: a; labels in ink in Dr Hocken’s hand: The Wairau Plain. A. The site of the massacre. In 1843 Mr Thompson, Police Magistrate went with a party of about fifty men to arrest Rauparaha and Rangihaeata on charge of arson, they having burnt the house of two surveyors. The Maoris refused to surrender and a fight ensued which resulted in the retreat of the Europeans. A number of them, including some unarmed gentlemen surrendered waving a white handkerchief. Peace ...
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