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No. 8019, Ahukai, Honolulu, Oahu, January 26, 1848
To the persons chosen as Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby enter my claim for land on the Island of Oahu at Waialua. Paalaa is a land bequeathed by Keaumoku to Mamahana, and to Manuhaaipo, and they are dead. Manuhaaipo bequeathed it to me, from Kaahumanu, the kaikamahine of ....
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.... ho he [she] is.
I might perhaps get more information in respect to two or three persons, by keeping this and spending a day's time in hunting up the other persons, but I cannot well spare the time, and I do not think that they will ever wish to hear from the claims again.
Yours truly, (Signature) J.S. Emerson
Waialua, August 2nd 1853
[No. 8019 not awarded]