n to run beyond the limits you had in view, but you must do what you think well with this letter, and believe me to remain,
Faithfully yours, S. T. DUNEDIN, Primate.
Bishopsgrove, January, 1914.
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Slow progress of Christianity towards Antipodes--Moslem barrier-- Effect of the Renaissance--Europeans south of the barrier--Dutch in East Indies--Tasman's discovery of New Zealand--"Three Kings Island"-- Cook's visit--Convict settlement at Port Jackson--Conclusions.
THE PREPARATION (1805-1813).
The Bay of Islands--Te Pahi--His visit to New South Wales--Meeting with Marsden--Te Pahi's return and death--Ruatara--His arrival in England--Marsden at Home--The Church Missionary Society--Its plans for New Zealand Mission--Hall and King--Marsden meets Ruatara on Active --Boyd massa