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thumb|Robert Maunsell's home & Mission Station, Waikato Heads, painted in 1854 probably by Francis Dillon Bell
Robert Maunsell (24 October 1810 – 19 April 1894) was a New Zealand missionary, linguist and translator. He was born in Milford, near Limerick, Ireland on 24 October 1810.

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by Maunsell, Robert, 1810-1894
[No te Kareti : I taia tenei ki te perehi a Te Pihopa, 1850]
 
 
by Maunsell, Robert, 1810-1894
[New Zealand : s.n., 1844?]
 
 
 
 
Uniform title: Sermons. Maori. Selections
by Maunsell, Robert, 1810-1894
[Purewa, N.Z. : Printed at the Church Mission Press, 1846?]
 
 
 
by Maunsell, Robert, 1810-1894
Melbourne [Vic.] : George Robertson ; Auckland [N.Z.] : N.G. Lennox, 1882
 
 
Uniform title: Bible. Old Testament. Maori. Selections. 1855
Ranana [London] : Na te Komiti ta Paipera, 1855
 
 
Uniform title: Bible. Genesis. Maori. 1845
No Purewa [Tamaki, N.Z.] : I taia tenei ki te perehi a nga Mihanere, 1845
 
 
No Purewa [N.Z.] : I taia ki te Perehi o nga Mihanere, 1847
 
 
Uniform title: Bible. Old Testament. Maori. Selections. 1855
Ranana [London] : Na te Komiti ta Paipera, 1855
 
 
Uniform title: Bible. Hexateuch. Maori. 1848
No Ranana [London] : Na te Komiti ta Paipera, 1848
 
 
Uniform title: Bible. Deuteronomy I-XII. Maori. 1840
[No Paihia, N.Z.? : He mea ta i te perehi o nga Mihanere o te Hahi o Ingarani, 1840]
 
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