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NEW ZEALAND. The advices from New Zealand extend to the 3rd of May, at which date a considerable body of regulars, volunteers, and seamen were assembled at Taranaki, but no more blood had been shed. Kingi persisted in his rebellion, and it was feared that there would be a general rising of the natives throughout the northern Island; but it does not seem that any new Maori tribes have taken part in the revolt. 14.7.1860