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"SI QUID NOVISTI RECTIUS ISTIS CANDIDUS IMPERTI; SI NON, HIS UTERE MECUM."
AUCKLAND: JULY, 1860.
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The following notes were hastily put together before the meeting of the Assembly and the publication of the papers laid before it respecting the war and the land question.
They were not compiled, originally, for the purpose of publication; but the writer has consented to their being published--although he has not had an opportunity of revising them or correcting the press--as it has been represented to him that they may in some (though, he fears, not very significant) degree, contribute to the formation of a sound judgment on matters of the gravest importance to the Colony at an eminently critical point in its history.