[Nos. 68 and 42, Sess. I.—Petitions of Te Maiharoa and Others.] - Reports of the Native Affairs Committee, 1884, No. 2.

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Petitioners complain that Government have taken possession of land beyond the boundaries of that which they purchased, which they think is wrong. They suggest that Europeans should be moved off unsold lands, and Natives off Government lands, as a way of solving the difficulty. I am directed to report as follows:— That the ostensible prayer of t...


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