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No. 363, Allen, Elisha H., Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu,
Vol. 2, pps. 375-378 [LG Reel 1, 00949-00952.tif]
Palapala Sila Nui
Ma keia palapala Sila Nui ke hoike aku nei o Kamehameha III, ke Alii nui a ke Akua i kona lokomaikai i hoonoho ai maluna o ko Hawaii Pae Aina, i na kanaka a pau, i keia la, nona iho, a no kona mau hope Alii, ua haawi lilo loa aku oia ma ke ano alodio ia Elisha H. Allen, Ke Kanikela Amerika i kela apana aina a pau e waiho la ma Kula o Kahua Waikiki ma ka Mokupuni o Oahu, a penei hoi ka waiho ana o na Mokuna.
Na Helu 55, 56, 63, 64.
E hoomaka ma ke kihi Hema makai o ka Helu 54 (ko R. Armstrong) a e holo
Hema 78° 45' Hikina 203 4/12 kapuai ma Alanui makai a hiki i ke kihi Komohana makai o ka Helu 57, alaila
Akau 11° 15' Hikina 287 4/12 kapuai a hiki i ke alanui waena, alaila
Akau 78° 30 Komohana 203 4/12 kapuai ma Alanui waena a hiki i ke kihi Hikina mauka o ka Helu 65 (ko R. Armstrong), alaila
Hema 11° 15' Komohana 288 8/12 kapuai a hiki i kahi i hoomaka'i.
Treasury Office, 20 of April 1851
Received of Elisha H. Allen the sum of One Hundred and Seventy Two Dollars for land as per Patent, No. 363 and four dollars, the fees of patenting.
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.... and to hold the above granted Land in Fee Simple, unto the said Elisha H. Allen his Heirs and Assigns forever, subject to the taxes to be from time to time imposed by the Legislative Council equally upon all landed Property held in Fee Simple.
Provided always, and this grant is made upon the express condition, that Elisha H. Allen his Heirs, Executors or Administrators shall, in all cases of dispute in relation to his or their rights, title or interest in the land hereby granted, or any part or parcel thereof, submit the same to the judicial tribunals of the Hawaiian Kingdom, and abide by the final decisions of those tribunals, without seeking the intervention of any Foreign Nation or Representative; and in case he or they shall refuse so to do, his and their estate therein and all of his and their rights, title and interest therein, shall cease and determine, and the same shall be immediately forfeited and escheat to the Hawaiian Government.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my Hand, and caused the Great Seal of the Hawaiian Islands to be affixed, at Honolulu, this 29 day of July, 1850.
(signed) Keoni Ana
[Land Patent Grant No. 363, Allen, Elisha H., Waikiki Ahupuaa, District of Kona, Island of Oahu, 1.349 Acres, 1850]