The type is a nearly complete skeleton in the wanganui Museum.
Three of the wanganui leaders fell, and their line wavered and broke.
He did indeed appear with a force upon the coast north of wanganui.
The wanganui reached Opotiki, did their duty well, and on the completion of their service were to take ship for home.
Private George Tuffin, one of the garrison—who is still alive, in wanganui—was up with the others at the first alarm.
But at wanganui, in May, 1847, land disputes roused a tribe to bloodshed.
From every pa on the banks, a contingent, headed by its native teacher, would come down the river to wanganui.
Two months later, Governor Grey reached wanganui, with 500 men.
We, with the resident magistrate of wanganui, seated ourselves beneath the flagstaff.
He was buried at wanganui with military honours, white men carrying their deliverer's body to the grave.