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No. 8161, Hanaike, Kapaeloa, Waialua, Oahu, January 25, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Hanaike, hereby state my claim for land and house lot at Kaalaea. It is a land from the upland to the sea. It is bounded on the north by the deep ocean, on the east by Nakuia's land, on the south by Waoala, on the west by Punanue. In another place is a small sweet potato kula, at Ulumanu, bound ....
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.... Hanaiki, Dead, Wahinehuna, his heir, abandoned on oath July 26th 
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. 8161 not awarded]