He said, that as he approached the shore he was surrounded by several canoes, but would suffer none of them to come close to him, telling the men who were in them, that if they did not keep off, he would instantly fire on them ; this made them stand at bay, and no hostile opposition was attempted. Marsden obtained leave of absence from the Governor for four months, as his Excellency considered it a most dangerous enterprise for him to venture his life among them ; and told him plainly, he did not think himself justitied in granting him the permission, though, with extreme reluctance, he yielded to his request. The fern is an invaluable production to these people, who subsist in a great measure on the. XVU ciilavly important, as they tend to develope the character of man in the wildest state of ferocious barbarism ; and it will be recollected, that in civilized as well as in savage life, the dispositions of individuals are often best dis- covered ill matters apparently insignificant. Kendall, who, with his family, was brought out in the Earl Spencer, the same vessel that conveyed me to these in- teresting regions.
While on this subject, I shall notice another curious fact which has been also related to me by Duaterra. Marsden purchased a vessel for the service and convenience of the Mission, as likewise to keep up a regular intercourse between the Island and Port Jackson, which he conceived highly necessary, and would be attended with very beneficial consequences. The Boyd, a ship of about five hundred tons, commanded by Captain John Thompson, W’as chartered by Government in , to take out convicts to Botany Bay, when, having completed her charter-party, and taken a number of passengers for England, she proceeded to New Zealand for a cargo of timber. Duaterra and I played together at drafts, in w’hich the proficiency he had made excited no small degree of surprise. Kendall being quite fatigued from the exer- tion required in climbing up the hill, was not able to accompany Mr. The plant itself generally grows from five to seven feet high, and bears a strong resemblance to our common flag, but the stem is much thicker, and the flowers less expanded and of a red colour:
A person who had been sent out to the colony as a convict, having stolen some pigs during the time the chief happened to be there, was condemned to death, and Tippa- hee, vitea being made acquainted with the crime and the punishment, inveighed against the latter us unnecessarily cruel and un- justly severe. To this they readily assented, and votae engaged two persons with their families, Mr.
Kendall, Voyage to Mr. They tell you, that having, by some untoward casualty, lost his wife, he came down from heaven in the greatest consternation, to look for her, and, after seeking to no purpose in many other places, he was at length fortunate enough to find her in New Zealand, where she was straying about for a considerable time before. Kendall, who, with his family, was brought out in the Earl Spencer, the same vessel that conveyed me to these in- teresting regions. Marsden had conteinplatetl a similar establishment at New Zealand.
John Liddiard Nicholas, free settler. These mats were all made from the citae, and some dyed with red ochre, so that the appearance they presented was gay and characteristic.
They have given names to each of them, and have likewise connected with them some curious traditions, which crriculum hold in superstitious veneration.
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While in conversation with this man, we discerned at a distance some women and children, to whom he cried out as loud as he could vociferate, to come up to us; but they hesi- tated to accept this invitation, tnee in all probability w’ould have ultimately declined it, as tliey dreaded to approach us, had not Tui ran ‘forward to assure tliem of safety. Tliey accordingly went on before us, and saluting George and Tippouie by touching noses in the usual way, they in- terchanged a few words with them.
He then in- formed him that it was his Avish that a reconciliation should take place between them, xurriculum that all existing hostilities should cease, wliile they should pledge themselves to live for the future in peace and amity with each other.
To tins man also Mr. Marsden from going on shore — The ship gets under weigh— The coast de- scribed -.
Korra-korra, while at tlie colony, was much struck with the formal respect paid to Gover- nor Macquarie, and used to dwell with a kind of envious admiration on the great power with W’hich he was invested ; calling him frequently nuee nuee arekee, a very great king, and ap- pearing evidently anxious to be raised himself to a similar elevation. It was divided into parts, which the chiefs sung separately, and were joined in chorus, at certain intervals, by the other New Ziealanders; Avhile they all concluded it together.
The course will be held by psychologists who for years have been experimenting this therapeutic approach thereby conceiving the Multisystemic Therapy in Water, Caputo Ippolito Method. He moreover in- vited him to come on board, telling him, Mr. In ap- proachirig them, tliey present to the eye a most picturesque appearance; having in a line with them some chequered rocks of a rude figure, which first attract the attention of the beholder, while his view is liext di- rected to the little islands themselves, which offer scenes of romantic wildness w orthy the fanciful pencil of a Claude or a Salvator.
But the plant which grew in greatest profusion, and mef our eye in every direction, was the flax-plant, which flourished equally in. To any other man except Mr. Happy at the idea that these poor people had regained their conlidence, and considtired us rather as friends than enemies, we now left their vil- lage to return to the ship.
On my going up to salute him, and in a fa- miliar manner addressing him by his name, he immediately drew back, with an affected and haughty air, telling me, he was not Korra- korra, but Governor Macquarie, and expected I would salute him as such. Januaryhe encountered a gale of wind, which, for its strength and continuance, exceeded almost any he had ever before experienced. After this god, follows Mowheemooha, a deity whose power and operations are rather limited.
When we got back to the village, Duaterra, with Mr.
In the event of such an oc- currence, he announced his intention of col- lecting all the forces he could muster, and proceeding immediately with a fleet of war canoes to Wangeroa, to destroy all the in- habitants that should come in his way. Thomas Kendall, the resident magistrate in the Bay of Islands, fitae of the magistrate for the time being in the said district.
As for me, I had but a very slight attack, which I soon got over ; but the scenes of disgusting nastiness, which I was every where obliged to witness, were truly intolerable, and I vutae, most impatiently, for the period that was to put an end to them.
Thus one of them stood up, and vociferating as loud as he could, Maton matou, the name of what he wanted, thrust his fore-finger into his mouth, and dragged it in such a maimer as to resemble a hook stuck NEV ZEALAND. When passing the heads, we were followed by a boat, and desired b y curgiculum people in it to deliver up to them a fugitive 46 VOYAGE TO convict, who, they said, had contrived to secrete himself on board our ship.
His friends, he said, were ex- tremely averse to his leaving them, and his 76 VOYAGE TO head wife ia tnpfe, who at tlie time of his departure, expected every hour to add another member to his family.
Such has been the unfavourable state of the weather, that in four-aiid-twenty hours we have gained only nine miles.
Marsden with the blackest malig- nity, and finding his character much too strong for their more infamous assaults, vitaf the weapons currichlum ridicule against him upon all occa- sions ; but these are quite as ineffectual ; the latter he can despise, and the former, at all times, he can boldly repel. Reasoning on the subject with a great deal of natural logic, he said, if the man had stolen an axe or any thing else of essential utility, he ought to sutler death, but not for stealing a pig, to which he was prompted most probably by hunger.
They communicated to hiiii the agreeable intelligence that alt wars had ceased during his absence, and that the difterent tribes were then tnee in peace and harmony with each other.