Te Karere O Nui Tireni 1842-1846: Volume 1, Number 4: pp Abstract
pp Intro to Abstracts

pp.13-17 The trial of Maketū
Details of the evidence presented for the charge of murder at Motuārohia against Maketū with Te Purua [C. B. Brewer] as his lawyer and Mita Karaka [George Clarke Jnr] as translator, and of evidence given by master mariner Hoani Papa [John Barber], storekeeper Tāmati Paihana [Thomas Spicer], Tohu [Charley Panny] of Pāroa, Tuahu and Te Wai of Kororāreka [Russell], medical man Hoani Ra-Kua [John La Cour], and Hoani Kīngi [John Wheeler King] of Tokerau [Bay of Islands].
pp.17-18 [Notices]
Land at Kōpuru to be given as payment to the Governor for the plunder of Te Pōtete [Thomas Spencer Forsaith].
Governor's endorsement of Hōri Karaka [George Clarke Jnr] as Sub-Protector of Aborigines.
From Hōri Karaka [George Clarke Jnr], declaring that Maori dogs caught attacking livestock will be shot.
Names of District Court Judges for Auckland, Northland, Wellington, Wanganui, and Akaroa.
Endorsement of the land sale at Papakura.
Governor's endorsement of Te Karaka [George Clarke Snr] as Chief Protector of Aborigines.
Sale of Pūkaki-a-te-Waipapa by Tihi and others.
Land sold at Manukau, from Papakura to Waipapa.