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No. 1213, Kauahi
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my land claim atKaluaopalena, an `ili in Kalihi, Island of Oahu, described as follows: Three lo`i adjoining thc boundary of Keauhou and Kaliawa, two lo`i adjoining makai of the land of Halekii; one lo`i adjoining to the east of the lo`i of Kaohele.
Names of the Land Commissioners: W. L. Lee /etc./
Kalihi, Oahu, 27 November 1847
Cl. 1213, Kauahi, 18 August 1848
Pao, sworn, I was luna long ago of this land which is in Kaluapalena, Kalihi, being in 3 lots, one ....
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.... e two patches in section two:
W. Beckley's land, mountainside
Puaali's land and Nahinu's land, Honolulu
Ilipaka's land, seaside
Nawauke's land and my land. Ewa.
There is no fence or house here.
[No.] 3. Section three has two patches.
Halekii's land and Kaloahalau's land, also Kohola's land, mauka
Malamalama's land, seaside
Kealoha's land, Ewa.
Kawahi's land is from me, given at the time of Kamehameha I. No one has objected to him. Kaunuohua is the konohiki of the land."
[No. 1213 not awarded; See Award 1313B]