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Kāore he paku hua kotahi i ngā kōrero hāhani a te hunga pāpaoho Pākehā, i tāna whakawhiu i a Hone Harawira, i te haerenga ōnā ki te Tāmaki ki te kimi i ngā rauemi ārai i te mate karauna i ngā wiki kua mahue ki muri.

Tuia i tēnā, kei te āta werohia ngā tūmomo taiapa kua whakatūria ki te Taitokerau, he ārai i ngā taone o reira, e muia ana e te Māori.

E ai ki a George Ngātai, kaikōkiri matua i ngā whare whakamātautau i te mate karauna, nānā a Hone i karanga kia haere mai ki Tāmaki ki te kite, me aha e tino haumaru ai te tangata Māori i te mate karauna.

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