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No. 10291 Makulu, Waiahao, February 8, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissionerss Here is my thought to you: I previously spoke with John Ii, and he consented to my letter, saying to me "You write and when you get it, then go to the King.: Then I went and met M. Kekuanaoa on the road, and gave him the letter. ....
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.... f Kahauiki and we farmed together until the time of the commotion over Kaomi - that was when the land was taken from us; before the enactment of the law. It was laid down after our dispossession. That is it, for your information, O Land Commissioners.
/* a foreign land/
[No. 10291 not awarded]