I returned to London today from Cambridge and found your letter. I will call upon you on Monday after 1 o’clock to see what you want to show me.
Te Wheoro (your printed slip leaves out the first o) was reported in a newspaper paragraph as about to accompany Tawhiao to England, but I have not heard otherwise of his intention to come.
I had a letter today from Bishop Hadfield who encloses to me a very clear statement made by Umte Angina about the cutting down of the children in 1868. A translation is sent with the original. I will show it to you.