Intro Contents List of Figures List of Maps Epigraphs Acknowledgements Preface Abbreviations A Note on Spelling Maps 1. Ma`afu`otu`itonga 2. "Ma`afu…had sailed for Feejee…" 3. "A fast ignorant vain young man" 4. "…the reformation is exploded" 5. "We are Kai Tonga" 6. "I shall be chief at Bau…" 7. "Tonga is too small for him…" 8. "A man of great energy and ambition" 9. "He looks every inch a chief" 10."There is no doubt Ma`afu means mischief now" 11. "Ma`afu's word is in the hills…" 12."Sa oti, Ma`afu" 13."He is regarded with much bitterness and ill-will" 14. "He was a very dangerous man" Appendix A: Instrument signed by Ma`afu at Levuka, 14 December 1859 Appendix B: Précis of an agreement signed between George Tupou I, King of Tonga, and William Pritchard, HBM Consul to Fiji and Tonga, Nuku`alofa, 5 May 1862 Appendix C: Constitution of the Tovata Ko Natokalau Kei Viti, 13 February 1867 Appendix D: Resolutions relating to Fiji passed by the Tongan general Parliament, June 1868 Appendix E: Law relating to Governors [Tonga 1868] Appendix F: Statement by George Tupou I, King of Tonga, Nuku`alofa, 3 February 1869 Appendix G: Formation of the Chiefdom of Lau, Lakemba, 15 February 1869 Appendix H: Constitution of Tonga 1875: Paragraph 35 Appendix I: Some Tongan descendants of Ma`afu and Elenoa Ngataialupe Appendix J: Some Fijian descendants of Ma`afu and Elenoa Gataialupe Appendix K: Ko E Pulupaki Glossary Bibliography Figures Index.
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