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No. 971*M, Aikake Habatala /Isaac Harbottle, Honolulu, November 17, 1847
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings:
I hereby tell you of my house lot claim in Honolulu, Oahu. It is bounded on the north by a road between this lot and Mr. Brewer's lot, on the east by Hotel Street, on the south by Peter Andesson's lot, on the west by a road between this lot and Kahoa ma's house lots.
This land was from Kauluha, a wahine of mine, and I got it on her death, in 1838. I have held it peacefully, with no objections.
I am, with thanks, your obedient servant.
Cl. 971, A. Habatala, may 3d 
Kapuniai, sworn, I know this place. It is in Honolulu, a house lot, bounded:
Mauka by Hotel Street
Waititi by Manini's[?] place
Makai by Kahoa & Ahu
Ewa by Mrs[?] Williams Store lot.
It is fenced. Claimant has two houses on it. He got it form Kauluhaa, his wife, about 1838. No one has ever disputed the right of claimant.
Namauu, sworn, and confirmed the above testimony in the several parts.
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No. 971, A. Habatala (Harbottle), May 5, from page 33
Kuapanio, sworn and stated, "I have seen Isaac Harbottle's property at Hilo, Paliku in Hawaii. Kihalani is the name of that land. The mountain on the mountainside and the ocean on the seaside are the boundaries I have known.
It was the king who had directed me to give this land to A. Harbottle and I did give (it to him), although I have not known the boundary at Hilo One and the boundary that is close to Hamakua. I have never known also anyone objecting to this land."
No. 271!, Isaac Harbottle, Lahaina, Maui, 20 March 1854
[should be 971]
Kalua, sworn, I have seen his house lot at Kuhua, Lahaina, Maui.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Imiwale's house lot
Olowalu by Small road
Makai by Government road
Kaanapali by Robert Reed's house lot.
Land from King Kamehameha in 1841 at the time M. Kekauluohi was living on Maui here. No disputes.
Isaac Lewis, sworn, confirms witness' testimony.
[Award 971; (Maui) R.P. 3538; Kahua Lahaina; 1 ap.; 29 rods; (Oahu); R.P. 585; Hotel Street Honolulu; 1 ap.; .19 Ac.]