1836. 22 July.Bay of Islands District.Let
all people hear this Book by us by Tohu and Wai and
by us who now sign our names and marks. We sell and let go to Mr. Kemp (James Kemp
) a portion of land at the
Waimate for him and for his children for ever, to sell and do with whatever he
may think fit with all things above and below that portion of land. These
are the James Kemp. [150
Boundaries, beginning at the Kauri, near the Tuoro descending to the burnt
place, ascending by the side of a Creek straight to the Creek of Kioreroa, and
then descending to the great River of Waitangi, following the river till you come
to the boundary of Tiro’s land, and then returning in a straight line to Kioreroa
excluding the Native Receipt.
plantations. This is the payment. Eleven Blankets, Three Spades, Ten pounds
in page 149
Cash, Two Adzes, Two Hoes, Thirty
pounds Tobacco, Fifty Pipes, Two Iron Pots, Two Gown Pieces. In consideration of
which we sign our names to this sale on the Twenty-second day of July in the year
One thousand Eight hundred and thirty-six.
A True Transcript of Attested Copy of Original Deed and Translation. No. 273b.O.L.C.