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No. 8511, [Oahu Charity School], F.W. Thompson, Honolulu, 12 February 2, 1848
To the Board of Land Commissioners, &c. Gentlemen,
In behalf of the Trustees, Friends and Patrons of the Oahu Charity School, I beg leave to call your attention to their claims to two plots of ground, one on which the schoolhouse stands, and the other on which the dwelling house is situated.
All the documents relating to thee plots are in my possession, subject to your orders,
Signed &c. F.W. Thompson,
Secretary, Oahu Charity School
No. 8511, F.W. Thompson fo ....
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.... be seen. The Trustees have held quiet possession of this lot ever since 1832.
T.C.B. Rooke, sworn, confirms in full the testimony of the former witnesses. The consent of the King was granted to the purchase of these two lots, and the Trustees have held peaceable possession of them since they got them.
During the last year I was a Trustee in 1847, perhaps, Namauu applied to me to exchange a part of the school house lot for a piece of ground adjoining which application I laid before the Trustees. How they settled it I do not know.
[Award 8511; R.P. 1880 1/2; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; 1.7 Acs]