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BATTLE OF TE RANGA

By the courtesy of Dr MOUATT, we have been favoured with 
the  following correct  list of the killed and wounded in the late 
              engagement at Te Ranga, Tauranga, on
the 21st June 1864.

British.
13 killed 39 wounded.
Maori.
120 killed 27 wounded.

43rd Regiment - KILLED

VARTON, William Head

MAHER, Jeremiah Left thigh, artery severed

WILKINSON Abdomen

WHEELAN, Cpl J Head

JOHNSON, Robert Head

WOUNDED

SMITH, Capt F A Left thigh, very severely, left hand

BERNERS, Capt Left thigh, severely

CAVE, Sgt Right chest, slightly (contusion)

FELTON, Pvt Daniel Right shoulder, very severely

WARNER, Pvt Wm Left leg, fracture, very severely

McGUIRE, Pvt John Left chest, very dangerously

LONGLEY, Pvt Robert Neck, slightly

LONG, Pvt Reuben Left thigh, severely

MARTIN, Pvt George Right arm, severely

PAYNE, Pvt John Left arm, severely

McCONLIFFE, Pvt John Right thigh, severely

BROWN, Pvt Robert Right shoulder, severely

DRURY, Pvt John Left thigh, very severely

MORRIS, Pvt Charles Left chest, slightly

CASEY, Pvt David Right neck, very severely

68th Regiment - KILLED

TAYLOR, Pvt J Head

SHANAHAN, Pvt P Chest

TIMONS, Pvt J Chest

WOUNDED

STEWARD, Lt H J Neck, slightly

TRENT, Capt H Right arm, very severely

CASEMENT, Capt J Chest, severe

PALMER, Ensign W Neck, slightly

KEARNEY, Cpl J Right arm, left leg, severely

DERRICOTT, Pvt J Left groin, very severely

CRAWLEY, Pvt P Face, dangerously

HAMMIL, Pvt J Right hand, severe

WADE, Pvt H Left thigh, severely

McGREGOR, Pvt P Right foot, left leg, severely

STAFFORD, Sgt T Thigh, severely

BEATTIE, Cpl L Chest, right leg, dangerously

BRUMBLE, Pvt J Right hand, severely

PURDY, Pvt J Face, dangerously

SARGENT, Pvt J Right foot, slightly

THRIFT, Pvt Abbott Right leg, severely

MANION, Pvt J Right leg, severely

SMITH, Pvt G Lower jaw (since died)

SMITH, Pvt J Left leg and head, severely

SMITH, Pvt T Spear wound, right groin, slightly

MANION, Pvt L Left side, very severely

MARTIN, Pvt R Abdomen, severely

MULLER, Pvt T Right thigh, severely

CAFFREY, Pvt D Right thigh, bayonet wound, slight

MARSCHOER, Sgt H Chest, slight

A further account of this battle is in the NZ Herald of 7 July 1864.