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Small watercolour depicting a view of the Sugar Loaves from the mainland. Very light hue with cleared land in immediate foreground and three small trees between the land and water in middleground. Distant view of Sugar Loaves in background. Unsigned.
Accession No
A75.483

The Royal Regiment of Artillery colours. The colours include the Royal Arms of England placed above a gun. Commonly known as the Royal Artillery, the Royal Regiment of Artillery comprises a number of regiments and is an arm of the British Army.
Accession No
A66.744

One Arawa Maori points into the distance while the other Maori crouches and aims his rifle at Te Kooti's Hauhaus. They are shown on the left of the image surrounded by bush and forest. In the far right two Maoris are shown walking away.
Accession No
A95.405

Three soldiers on horseback holding swords on the right of the picture charge at five Maoris (on left of image) on foot carrying rifles at Nukumaru. There is gunfire from one Maori who is crouched in the grass in the middle of the foreground. Another Maori holding a rifle is shown on the bottom right of the image going into battle.
Accession No
A95.411

"Captain Mace (right) and two of his troppers on horseback carrying rifles advance towards Te Arei Pa. Te Aria Pa is prominent in the background and surrounded by a wooden fence. Five areas of smoke are seen in front of the fence where there has been guns fired.
Accession No
A95.280

Two Soldiers (Tom and Steve Adamson) on the right follow two Hauhaus in the far left of the image. The man in front is holding a rifle while the one following close behind has a pistol in his right hand. They are surrounded by bush and trees over all the image.
Accession No
A95.296

A group of Maori Warriers with Mokos advance along the beach waters edge. Some of the group have theirs arms with rifles and axes thrust in the air.The sea is to the left of the image and cliffs and sky dominate the background of the image.
Accession No
A95.300

Four armed men holding guns stand/crouch behind a wooden fence. One man "Private Hoskins" takes a shot at a Maori man walking away in the back right of the picture. There is native bush in the background.
Accession No
A95.306

"Leut. Gudgeon and nine of his men, all armed with guns prepare to battle at Warea. Three Maoris can be seen in the back left of the picture.The battle is taking place on a sloping grassed and bushy field.
Accession No
A95.315

A scene during battle. In the foreground a horse and his rider are lying on the ground, the soldier appears injured or dead. His gun is lying on the grass away from him. Another soldier leads his horse on foot to the aid of the injured man. In the background a horse is seen minus its rider heading towards a smoking building.
Accession No
A95.346

In the foreground two armed men with rifles lead their horses amongst low vegetation including flaxes. Mount Taranaki is prominent in the background.
Accession No
A95.347

In the foreground two European men stand guard, one holds a pistol and the other a rifle. Three men behind them cut bush with long handled Scyths. In the background on a hill another soldier stands guard with his rifle.
Accession No
A95.350

Major Von Tempsky (on the right) points out the route to General Chute (middle) while Dr Featherston (far left) looks on, of the proposed march around Mt Taranaki. The group are standing underneath a tree. A group of armed rifle men are lined up in the middle of the picture and Mount Taranaki is prominent in the back.
Accession No
A95.351

A European and a Maori man stand looking at each other in a field. The European on the left of the picture holds his rifle in his left hand leaning it on the ground pointing upwards. The Maori is holding his rifle across his body pointing away from the men. Both Men are wearing a cloth skirt, the European wears shoes and the Maori is barefoot. Mount Taranaki is prominent in the background of the picture.
Accession No
A95.354

Colonel Rookes, Von Tempsky and Colonel Nixon on horseback carrying pistols have a narrow escape from an ambush of Maoris who are lined up above them on the cliffs in the background of the picture. They are armed with guns. One of the three men is standing next to his horse while the other two are mounted on their horses. Smoke from the guns can be seen.
Accession No
A95.356

Captain Kepa in the foreground leads five of his Maoris (in the background) to battle at Moturoa. The men are crouched amongst the bush and all carry rifles. In the background the bush gets denser with trees and Nikaus.
Accession No
A95.358

Captain Roberts on the right in the foreground orders the bugler standing to his left in the picture to sound the halt and officers call. His men are in the background armed , two kneeling amongst the low lying bush and the other two standing to the right. Trees predominate the background of the picture.
Accession No
A95.360

The river Gunboat - 'Pioneer' on left of image being towed across the Tasman Sea by H.M.S Eclipse (on right) in Sept, 1863. A bird flies over the rough seas on the left of the picture.
Accession No
A95.369
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