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No. 10219, Mauae, Honolulu, January 29, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition for my one little taro lo`i, in the `ili of Kapohuluhulu in Honolulu. It is a true right from the konohlki in the time when Kinau was living. That is my petition for you to award to me.
I am, respectfully,
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Makai by Government land
Ewa by French foreigner's land.
Land was given to Manae before Poki's trip abroad from Keauiaole and Manae had always lived there until his death in 1853.
Luai, Manae's younger brother got this place and he has had it to the present time.
[Award 10219; R.P.8517; Kului Nuuanu Honolulu; 1 ap.; .57 Ac.]