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Colonisation of New Zealand

Colonisation of New Zealand Colonisation of New Zealand
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{The round logo at the top of the plaque has an image of a house with these words surrounding it:}
New Zealand Historic Places Trust

From offices on this site the New Zealand Company on 5 May 1839 despatched the survey ship Tory to begin the colonisation of New Zealand on the Wakefield Plan.

Site: Colonisation of New Zealand (1 memorial)

WC2, Adam Street, 1-5

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Colonisation of New Zealand

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New Zealand Company

Formed to establish British settlements in New Zealand. 5 May 1839 despatche...

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