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No. 1040, Mahoe
To the Land Commissioners of the Kingdom of the Mo`i of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings and peace: I hereby state my claim at Ewa in the Ahupua`a of Kalauao, on the Island of Oahu. It is a mo`o `aina in the `ili named Opu. The name of my mo`o is Paauki. Its boundaries are: mauka, the mo`o `aina of Honauna ....
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.... boundary of my mo`o `aina and my house lot. This is my claim of which I am telling you, and when the time comes to work on it, you may direct me to come with my witnesses. I have two: 1. Nohoua, a woman, and 2. Nua, a man.
I am, with thanks, your obedient servant,
November 24, 1847
[No. 1040 not awarded; See Award 6156B]