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  2. THE ABORIGINES PROTECTION SOCIETY AND SIR GEORGE GREY.

    THE memorandum of the New Zealand Government, addressed to Sir GEORGE OKEY on the letter of the Aborigines Protection Society. exactly corresponds with the views set forth in ...

    Article : 1,330 words
  3. THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT AND NEW ZEALAND.

    MR. CABDWELL'S despatch to Sir GEORGE GREY on the New Zealand projects for colonisation and defence is by no means so hostile as scattered paragraphs would have led us to ...

    Article : 976 words
  4. GREAT ENGAGEMENT AT TAURANGA.

    By the Kangaroo steamer we have Auckland papers to the 25th of June. The Weekl News of that date says:- There has been a signal success gained by the Imperial ...

    Article : 1,740 words
  5. THE NEW ZEALAND WAR.

    IN my letter written a few days ago via Cook's Straits I mentioned my fear that matters must come to a crisis of open rupture between his Excellency and the Executive of the colony. I ...

    Article : 304 words
  6. THE VICTORY AT TAURANGA.

    The recent victory of the troops at Tauranga seems to have had one important effect, that of disorganising the plans of the rebels; for by the latest advices from there they had kept at a ...

    Article : 800 words
  7. INFLUX OF CONVICTS FROM WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    THE statements of the correspondent of the Argus, given in our issue of the 1st instant, in reference to the diffusion of convicts throughout the eastern colonies, will require special ...

    Article : 960 words
  8. DECISIVE DEFEAT OF THE REBELS.

    The rather unusual dearth of all means of transit between this place and Sydney for the last fortnight has not deprived you of much news of sterling interest or importance. I now ...

    Article : 1,205 words
  9. THE MAORI POLICY.

    THE course pursued by the disaffected Maories has, at least, the advantage of simplifying the duties of the Government, and confuting the fallacies of its hostile critics. There is a ...

    Article : 1,207 words
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